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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

I! ii ifte 9isnMt(k ttilww. I Bismarck, D. T»f M«r. l§f 1876. in. Hsok HMb CwraiiMfatR. The distance from Bismarck to the Bltek Hills geld fields Is two.hundred and fi?e miles, over a road affording good grazing aod an abundance of pure water and wood. The country it* prat tie, but scores of stream*, skirted with hard wood timber, cross the route. The streams are generally fro a the maun tains, but freque »tly originate in springs located but a short distant from the route. All have gravel bottom and afrord an abundance of fredi water. None are impassable by treason of high water except for a day in time of fi »od The Cannon Bill, ro and 6.and riv ers are I' only ones enti led to the dignity "«1 to belong to the larger streams, nil or :rs being creeks or Rtnall brook thongr- ftfFjrding water at al season of a year. All of these stream* ar« correctly located on the new of P»kota and the Black I-Iills, which is now being issued fjr Bismarck Tkibunb, A copy of which will be sent to any...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

'?'V' Twcotjr ibowwnd pound* in bullion viat into tin Bask of England hit w#ck. The Hew Htrtt, Ot., Who b«W clok «w withdrawn from tho national m«o otation. Specie in the Imperial Bank of G«r many Increwed 11,114,000 wrki in the Unt week. Donnellr. lumber merchant of Montreal. Han made an aatignment. L' abilitien $80,000. John Rui4in has been elected to the Profeaaorahip of Fine Arts at the Ox ford Univermty. The Pacific Mail nteamahip Oity of Srdne, ifew York via Panama, has tri wd at San Francittco. The Steamer Faraday, has arrived at Tarbay, and will leare in a few d*jr* to repair the cable between Tarbay and Ryebeach. Gov. Hendricks delivered the open ing address at the aouthern state* e* poMtiun, at the frir grounds at New Orleans, Saturday. R. VV. King, member of the StocV Exchange, has failed, and a few hun dred t»han-a of Erie and Western Wrre bought in under the ruU-a on his account The Democratic county convention held Friday night at Snlt Like City, ©ndorhtd the policy of...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

V? r. .- ,'iArwT JTflffl? "Q "Vi \MRJDVN COACH/' OL Kl'lf tri1 J*5i'Vi" in 102^ RI TL *'*••'V~-' :-i The-. t^derpUterof Mjaw, 0*/.? bid *iai, Tieti w-'urge Willi aw V»irlaK, it *tfW* TATED^)NJIIITG MAIVVH***"! FAERHIS IRFI Hi* »ffe«&i<Mt, ho*eve* ws»fL NOL RTTURMD, «NI TTI« OFFCF OF wan rtj *ctel t»y MiswOary. litis »«'»*, M»N IR*JIFTEVW»R4 KUVWTT TO TB» W^RTD «h Oerreriit Ge'»rKe W a*timgKm, iko ttr^i PRETFTTTENTO* UIH»«4 URATE* AMER' !©*. Young .WanhmjiCou. «.-ke*i period tionolald Mr. C*ry to mUfmm li» DADGBTER »«et«IRE he ventured to tier* If. The reply «l "ih© old je« I lent an thAVIs your buaineaa here, sit, I wihh yoti to loave the hou*#, for my daughter had heeu accustomed to ri le hi It every night by 0"»gret»sineii, dipiumata, and other ilistinguUned members ol ciwiy, although he now ,furnishes sup pets a la carte, his pr«ti(ft not justOytrig the conttnuai.ee of Iree teed, whi*h hf at tiiat. so I'uv-piUbly dip»-nst?d. There are oilier lashionable mlnj:-house, .and «...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

stook, ture, RES VAURANTS. HENRV SAGNIER, FIRST CLASS Fiench »841y QOOD LODGINGS. XlJ tn TXnm ill f—"*— Irmt Street, Bisntatcle, j: T. will sell on gqmm ssiojsp instate P.r.iw mating 10 «ell *r boy will ttud is to their ... Gen'l Auctioneer and 0«»mitiiR*'ou Me»c»»ant. Bifm*rrk «nrt Standing Rock Express will U-*re n-suUrly every Ttesdajr, rv «nriiiip 8*ititd»y. For lr«Mghr«r p*s«»f»e apply »b BAHDWARE, STOVES, &©., AND Manufacturers cf Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. Miners' Outfits Complete. JEWELRY, WATCHES, 4rC. PEED. STRAXTSS. Watches, Spectacles Clocks, Jewelry, Restaurant. MEAluS AT AXIi HOURS Board by Day or Week, tOOD LODGING. Tntrd 1ft., 5 doers from Main Bt BI-MARCK. ft. Forster's Restaurant O^psiits RaRread Depot, Bistunrcir, D. T. wrP-ATiS AT ALL HOTTRS Board by ths Day or Week. 2 vSeft BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY*. John Yegeo, Front Street, Would annoance toO* gfHrp— of WaaHurek that he to prepared to fill orders hr«hMpkior faaoy pMtry an Bhori notice goar •irtnnlni ast...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

r. 8|e $tetnotclt 8ritoit«. the Jjnuios, li.T.i Ktfi 1&91376* =F=? iLOCAli AFFAIRS. THB VBATHBR. •IK! •. l#TI. Mean Barometer, •».!». Mean Tuywglere. fjOM. Mem Huaudttr. t0.*lU. MMM Vetrt^ ®f ft ia irft. tout nm IWtrf Sneer, f.4d Arerifo (towtlw ®f Wind,JT W. hem-lit of the to come off at to iheui. no Charles others on foot. J. H.SMITH. Observer Sergt.^ghslWrviee, Of ft A. Tti* Biwtrck money otder office b»* been fcrdecid re-eKtaM'shed April Ixt. (too tfexioauo Mmerh Sfeirm at bed rock price* at Uak Kj«!N§i®o a. QOA. CuHt«r *t'iJl EM{IIOR abooi Htfon ty five ciitfceu teatp.siem to accompany his Btg Ucrti ejfpwlnwn. 0i^« Havmuii hts shipped sefer«l car toads vt good** to the ttiack IIill#, Tit. Bietnarck from Minneapolis. M»jor Bell, oi ih« 7tli Cavilry, rep«»r ted U» Geo Ouster at Port Lr.ctiln tfdt ordaj, but goes east in a to* day* on six uio.«U»8* leave. Ward Bill wriil return to The complexion of the THIIHTIIB tamiio doubt if ail interested will Willingness to aasist. nt for...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 March 1876

U,. 3. A RBI U»IJCANl»®WBfAPKa» Published bjr THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO Tftl-WKKKLY AND WBBK1.T. rtOTUMHUTTlOB ruost TH-WmU/' Weektf fataM* ttHI I year.....i. •Ktrtbe... 6.1W I CMonth* 1 .Sf tthgte php of cither, Itt eeuU SahMerifiUotw Invar »blt in «dvue«. NOTES AND NEWS- Tkt Vint Natimi lUak, Ihtlatfc, kti amapeaded Cljawr, Bokewa aai Belknap were lohoolmatw.' The Sta|rr Tntu up three tfre «b4 tw«tty eight children. AetbeMiiioeaiiolhi Tribune pate it: Bivtoir, "the liirl cfcUlit r," fur PrtMnle t. AiJ now ihe Kdluctiaiti diwta Mrs. Belknap, tad li.sikt *he mi Yankee. A cynical writer says girls are mall rnwli #hieh y«^ul a *nia I lurtaue every year to keep tliein In 1ti«, latent fr« the Black HIUs relat»» to a fellow •In nude three Uvliara In a wiuute. He was sac leartil'Mt keno Jgdr Taft, the new PeereUry of War, wat chair am -T th cohvention which nominated Greeley for President in 1 A wptei-proof oaper hay lor Rreeer's ase has «m*b fcwut 4. It will huid milk, ysters, vinegar, vr ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 March 1876

ilefi* Bismarck# D. T., Mar. 22, 1876. 'Jn^ lKidder, Dako a's Delegate to ^p^rMt^ is one of the hardest worker afid^trongest tften iti^offgresS He i* ftiiAjTal io ewry interest of his con' dtltnents.and, so far aft the tw» section* of1Dakota are concerned, is wholly im­ partial. He is not the representative of' a rrng, or of one particular locality, but he is broad enough in his Tiewt to cover tho whole territory. E irly in the morning and late at night Judge Kdd«*r may be found at his desk, g'-ving his personal attention to the »»st cotre*pon dence which would otherwise acciimu late on his hands, and during the day h« is busy on the fl »ors of C» igress 01 with his rk in the departments. There are few ab'er in in in no'i^res than Ju lg* id -r and '»one more su cessful than he—IO ie who are harder workers or tn re dovitelto the inter­ ests of thxe whmthiV reprwent. Politician* miy blun-a tho J'i Igi causo he nu done but litt.le »r them, and may seek to fMjtlo th^ir iui mediate frien...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 March 1876

I 1 fta iw »W« AMIK fhfaiatii.' wt«b »ceo",'uT7Ur or Kfwtl Well, ibii chap nnt alack-op hf -Mor iiicliirt to Ut«•»*jr And wm tb BUc tfp.pftaalaaenca w*J th«y1 4hU here f«u*| MmtoT •wssmsbssse 4?W»ft2iSi8SS3L- Ibai lu'i «*en thoajht of Mflriiat Ardcuutntytiie Uirw,' 1/ iunn am'»«daiire hhMlfwy, Hit uuUidc admires few. agtit be jwlijr agreeable Wlierever weut »rubud taw*.: Be uwd Ct/Be ler In* toever ge Quite regular ttrfj night,* Jtiid I (uut a couslderaUie I tereat Id mixing tbe titiug Jut right. kdiitoai Indulgence in liqnlde Itiku tufral rue te admire But I have a wu lbHt Iwr aume They are p.sou iwip«(e mid eatl**t for um th «ugti a c««eerlul otiap*uwa, A» a bo* is the derii1* own cbUB Ami thi» Mriiw, I'm »orr tu iitatv it. Wkt flwrcd iu a wrattfo wlU* tor be get to Increasing his di»H, Auu Wok 'iB more wlten be did,' Adu it gruVtd wu tiiia faa.r aud Caver, l'i ii* buuuner he slid. ... 1 wait gr ev«d to observe tiiU Mu A-ltCtaig kiHii It' du*u the jnidr, Ato 1« tftiuO li-Di love I...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 March 1876

Bismarck* b* 44 a T»j Mar. 22f1876| LXDCAL, AFFAIRS. 3 THE WEATHER- Idl of TIL WIlTBCR rOR _TH» Wilt MAMCH 1*76. Mean Ban-met--r, 8'».tM- Mean Temperature,' •f.S.4. Mean Humidity. 57 761. Mean Veb-cKy Wibd, 9.V ui |h I'uitl Ka.uMI *r M«ited Soor, 0.0* Average direction o! Witirt.N. J. H. SMITH, Obitmr Sergt. Higa*! Service, 0. 8. A* tfnes thousand Miners Shirts at bed rock prict'TI at DAK BISBSIKBO'S, Chaa. Collin* ha* sold the Sioux Oit) Titties*, and i* abmt establishing a papei In iho Black Kill*. In the rape ca«6 ih® dofsrtdsnt waiv ed an ixawmat on »«id gave bond* the sura of $500 for h'$ appearance at the next term of tne district court. Co\. Torn Custer and ladies, and Ma joi J«»bn Uariand, of Fort Lincoln, w. «n the strata to-day greeting their nu merOus friandd with a hearty IIHW. Co 1. Wiinon and Major R. 0. Seip left iur Washington this in »rinog to tei what he know about "farming'' at ttu stiiitarjf posts—trader9Mip-» taruio£. I. U. Adam#, who has been on the tick liat f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 March 1876

17 U* it Jirjrjfan'1^ 'i f'-iiinri wii)jOijiiur.„Ti' wlw MWPfBflT '"V 3. 3«y-vj« I If VOL. 3. 81)($i0mQrckSribttne. A "REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. Pabllafaed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUHE TRI-WEEKLY AMD WEEKLY. aOESOBlFTKM PRUi: Tri-Weekly Weekly months ....$2.00 I lyMf.... M.00 month• 6.00 I (nootbi 1.25 Stogie piti of either, 10 cents Subscriptions invar ably io sdmee., NOTES AND NEWS Mrs. Belknap has $125,000 in bank. Mrs. Belknap will be invo.ved crimi­ nally in the prosecution now pending against Belknap. It is said of the new Secretary of War that he knows nothing of military affairs, but will do right. The Abysinnian .King, who was so badly defeated by the Egyptians in a re cent engagement, has sued for peace. War has been declared by Japan against Cores, and the ports of the latter have been blockaded and hostilities ac­ tively inaugurated. Affairs In the Black Hills. From the best information we now have in lation to the Black Hill*, It seems, there are not less than five thou sand peo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 March 1876

0 Bismarck, D. 4s- 1^4 rtyn In view of tin fall of Belknap and the sg? $hb 5£?%ai» Op ^rid Williams, late members of [rant's Cabinet^Mr. Bristow hag risen immensely in the estimation"©! the American people, and were he a resident of one of the Northern states, he would certainty be the next President bu? those who fought to subdue the South­ ern rebellion are not jet ready to ele vate a Southerner, not even Bristow. to the highest position within their gift. Blaine and Bristow, however, would suit almost any loyal man. None who have operated with the old rings need apply. The assertion that northern Dakota, or any considerable portion of it, is in­ capable of cultivation, is false, while the objection that anew territory would in­ volve a large expenditure for buildings, has no force whatever. The government has not given a dollar for pu'oiic build­ ings in the territory for ten years. Da kota was organixed in 1861 and not only has never received a dime from the gov­ ernment toward ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 March 1876

ASJir par I 1 ^T. uIn unfortunately titlcft so. in fact. ryX~T 1 li 15* janawjal^no tiona Wbenerer Poddies, Jr., r^ j^eHefeid from the laborious 9^utpattya4f devour­ ing bread and qiolluse^ be is either viMstlirig or singing. His reportoire. Of airs is extensive, comprising all those furnished by lb© street musicians and ctncertbaUa. No raati^i^ujh he be p6msing the most exciting pages of **Jack Harkaway," this y»ath- indul­ ged in song at the same time 'iptatlj oblivious of the fact that others cannot appreciate his music when 'similarly engaged. The other evening hi» father entered the room, where the junior, seated in his favoi ite rocking-chair, with one leg, over an arm was filling the house with fliat well known air, "Up in a Baloon." "Thomas, where did you put the market basket this morning?" demand­ ed .the senior. "Down in a coal mine, underneath the ground," sang thejunior, without look ing up.". "Down where?'.' sharply enquired the senior, who is a little deaf. 44 YV here...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 March 1876

BiBinaroki D. T.i Mart 29f 1876. LOCAL, AFFAIRS. Tbe Braineid bridge will be completed April l»r. ____________ Henry Dr«fc-«n ta#s determined to make Bifttn&rc'* tn home. The road wi*i b« re-opened to Bis­ marck, tbe Superii.tfodei-t says, about April 3d. Tbe trade *t lending store* hax averaged a thousand dollars a day dur­ ing tbe p^t w«ek. E. B. Morton has it turned to Brai nerd and ban opened rlub rooms there. HeiseicptKJte at Bismarck soon. 3am Whitney wishes us say that be is not cliigible for the offi .'e ot Alder­ man, and wouhi not qualify if elected. About four hundred uiOFquitna m»dt their appearance in the IUIBCNE office Monday. Welcome, harbingers oi spring. JohnWIon nnving made Lnui* Agard a present ot his Standing Rock raoche, Agard will move down with til.-* stock and goods in about ten days. Sixteen thousand pounds of freight will leave to day for thd Buck Hills, the price paid being five cents p«r fi. Small lota 'are being through at seven cents. Col. Tom Power...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 April 1876

VOL. 3. 3$elt0tnar(h$ritame. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, Pmbltahed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. SUBSOSIPTIOH FBIC: Tri-Weekly Weekly 2 months $2.00 I 1 year $2.00 mm«h 5.00 6 months. 1.25 Single copies of either,' 10 cents. Subscriptions invariably in advance. THE CITY ELECTION. Theanti townsitemen and other ele­ ments of opposition, which united upon some of the best men in the city in the hope of defeating McLean for a re-elec­ tion to the position of Mayor, were badly left at the election on Monday. Indeed, not a man on their ticket was elected. This was not because the ticket was not a good one, bui it proved that the people believed they had some interests at stake and having confidence in McLean they rallied to his support and elected him by •one hundred and twelve majority in a total vote of two hundred and eight, as follows: First Ward—McLean, 56 Watson 8. Second Ward—McLean 91. Watson 33 Third Ward—McLean 13 Watson 7. The City officers elect are as follows:...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 April 1876

Bismarckj D. T., Apr. 5, 1876. MEATEOBIC SHOWER. We're heard of rains of fishes and frogs, Of pitchforks, babies, cats, and dogs, Of lisards and bats, Of mice and rats, Of manna that fed ihe Jews, And of warm blood over our shoes But the oddest yet Was the shower of meat Last Friday morning! 'Twas seen to spill Upon the farm of Harrison Gill, Who lives with his wife and cows and things In Old Kentucky—Olympian Springs. A storm of hash for a mile around! It clung to fences and covered the ground, And the rustics tasted of what they tound. "It's mutton," says one "It's beef—underdone 'It's pork," says a third "It's venison, John, upon my word." While old Aunt Dinah said, "Hush! it's doom A witch fell offn'er broom!" Then The Grapic, in order to be precise, Of sages and savans sought advice. Old President Eliot telegraphs "Faugh!" And White from Cornall answers "Pshaw!" McOosh replies, A solemn thought That thus are the deeds of darkness wrought." Says Morse, 'A train ran over a cow An...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 April 1876

In the modcjrn Ahglican wiirg of the English Ohorch St John thought he had found the blessed medium. There, be believed, were the signs of the devotion, the heroism and self-sacrifice of the primitive Catholic •Church, without the hindrances and incrustations of super fltition. That little record,4 Ten years In St. George's Mission, was to him the seal of their calling. There he read of men of property devoting their entire wealth, their whole titae and strength, to the work of ^generating the neg­ lected poor of London. He read of a district that at first could be entered only under the protection of the police, where these moral heroes began the work of love amid the hootings and howliDgs of the mob and threats of per­ sonal violence,—the scoff and scorn of those they came to save and how by the might of Christian love and patience these sava&e hearts were subdued, these plasphemies turned to prayers and how in this dark district arose churches, schools, homes for the destitut...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 April 1876

1 8Jje!i*ttwrck®ritoitic. BiensickilD. T« -ApTi 1876i local affairs. Monthly Summary MARCH. Mean Barometer, 80.047 Mean Thermometer, 13*059 Mean Humidity, 6ti.T47 HigliMt Barometer, 30.600 Lowest Barometer, 29.440 Monthly range of Barometer, 1.1W) in. Highest Temperature 43 deg. Lowest Temperature -22 deg. Greatest dally Range of Temperature, 39° Monthly Bange of Temperature, 64 deg. Mean daily range of Temperature, 19°419. Total or melted snow, 3.27 inches. Prevailing Wind, North Total number of miles traveled,6247.3 Maximum velocity of wind 48 miles per hour. No. of Cloudy Days other than those on which raia or snow fell, 2 Number of days on which rain or snow fell, 14. No. of Auroras, None No. of Solar Halos, one No. of Lnnar Halos, one. J. H. SMITH, Observer StrgU S. S.t Z7. 8. A. Dr. Burleigh received the contract for carrying government freights from Bismarck to up river points Commo­ dore Coulson from Sioux City and Yankton to up river points. Capt. Harmon, Capt. Raymond and ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 April 1876

r» VOL. THE I*|i jh to tufa MIMM i' oTu' «i.rI' a The pvoject is an old one, and has been before Cocgross for the past five years. it passed the House cice!and would have passed the Senate in 1878 but for a woman's suffrage amendment which some idiot tacked upon it.lt would have passed at the last session but for the Louisiana, Pacific Mail and other questions which crowded it out. It would fraiB this session did the majority of the House eare more to pro­ mote the best interests of the country and less to build up their party* The population of the proposed new territory is about ten thousand. It is strong in all of the natural resources nee* essary to make a rich and prosperous state. It has two hundred miles ef railroad in operation, and has several hundred miles of Davigable waters. It already has several flourishing villages, aad Bismarck and Fargo, cities of no mean pretensions. It would have seventy-five thouBatid square miles of territory, larger than New York or Pennsvlyani...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 April 1876

Bismarck D« T.j Apr* 11* 1876* BAIBNIE8, CVDDLE BOON. 2li biindNMd& doNi Wi' maekle fauobt an* din "O-try »ml steep, Tor jlwAUtolfe rogtes,' tether's oomin? to.ft They never hear awofrd I speak Itrytogieafroon, Bnt ave I bar them up, and cry, •'0, bairnies caddie down." Wee'Jamie *1' the earljfeeld- He ay sleeps next the wa ,' Bangs up and cries "I want piece"— 7%e rascal Starts them a'/ 3 Irinan fetch them pieces, drinks, They stop airee tnesoun', Then draw the blankets up an' cry, "No, weanies, caddie doon." „i Bnt ere five minates gang, wee Rib Cries out, frae neath ue claes, "Mlther, mak' Zfcmgie ower at ance, He'« kittlen WV his tals." ThemisehiefViAjthat Tam for tricks, He'd bothe* half .the toon But aye I hap thetn up and cry, *'0, bamies, caddie doon." At length they hear their fathers fit, An' as he seeks the door, They turn their faces to the wa\ While Tim pretends to snore. "Hae a' the weans been good?" he asks, -As he pits off his shoon. 'The bairnies, John are in th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 April 1876

bt worth .i It Fargo it bring. the M8Msm«nt orpOM*. ^6bo A. ehoiien Coronaissioptr the President & ie rwiw»w 11 :he It •»& t* Sioux City at the recent deotion almost Without The gas question cities, and'the papeti on thjs dsrk s«$ee£. itati for. An «x*rebel tuts broagh in. a bill re­ ducing the salaries of the general offi­ cers of the army. John Nazro fc 5 Milwaukee hard­ ware faftfakabt 0rhees, have failed, liilbflities, $400,000. Blaine was once an editor, but be couldn't help that, you know ^Jjeside^, 'it kept hini' poor but bbirest.' Custer City has started a graveyard. A man killed his partner, ana was fined for shooting in the city limits. Hr. New has reaigned. his position las Treasurer of the Suited States,-the res­ ignation taking effect April list. Experimental borings will shortly bej commenced on th^English-jphamuei^tun nel, thtfftmds ^eifag rtpid^lrebsenbed. tiartranft vfsfWd Washington and dined with Blaine, and the other candi­ dates are wondering what will c...

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