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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 March 1879

r~W k'r' VJ'J BY 'It#1".' r^- ^i 8i)e $ism«wh 8rib«ne. HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION KATKB: Winat, (tojw, S* 55 Six Months. ,..-. Zt .. 1 1 Three Months g® NFLT •. ADYBBTISNIA KATES: Transient.—One inch,.one time1 $1 subsequent •sertloDB. 90 cbnts: additional lines, nonpareil, at 'same rate. Legil Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for ftntinsertioaaind fifty cents per folio for each nahsequent insertion. .. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 34 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches,,$25 20 inches. $50. Professional cards four lines or Jess, per an nttm, $10 additional lin.es, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line .each insertion. ,, Original poetry. Si per line. All bills for Advertising will be' collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1879. IT is novr reported that the ivife of the President is in "an interesting situation." Thus we see that some benefits have been tleriyed from old Hayes' much abused circuit among the prize bulls. .CA...

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 March 1879

mw 'JtVf h' 1 S e* r. u* HEWS AND MOTES, $500sealskin cloak": ^*Ttbii: "Mt no itekr and yet so ftir." Atelock at the Paris exhibition fired off pistol hourly. The exhibitor explained that it was invented to "kill time." The man who wrote that "nothing'wis, Impossible" never tried to find thep©cket of his wife's dress when it was hanging up ja a clothes press. In the south the boys can^go in swim­ ming two months earlier wan can the juveniles of the north. This another .southern outrage—Deadwood Enterprise. Judge Hilton has fitted up a tea room in the basement nf the Stewart store in New York, to which the clerks have access •from 2 till 4. They can drink all the tea they want gratis. Mrs. Sherman says her husband must not dance, but the general keeps right on and says it's naughty but it's nice. The general is quite carried aVray by the new liug antfr jump waltz. Few and far between—the legs of the old fellow.-who goes on the ice, for the first time in twenty years, to show the boys...

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 March 1879

BANKS. MERCHANTS BANK10F BISMARCK WambbMxxh,Prest. W. B, Hsbbux,Vice Pres. Qio, H. FAXROHmkOubier. Correspondents—American Exchange National juSS, MewToark .]lercliantoNational Bank, St. Bfe «rf rmnrnnCTTii BANK OF BISMARCK. West Main Street. PRESTON JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. PHT8ICIANB iJJP SURGEONS. a F. SLAUOSTpE^:M. PEYSICIANAND SHR6E0N, And U. S. Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. pOffien next to the ftbune Bvlldlng. Wm. A. BENTLHT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, Tribune block, up stairs, next door west of Post Office. Calls left on the slate in thk office promptlyat tendedto. 80 A. T. BIGELOW, D. I. 8. E N 1 S Office West End Main Street. HOTELS. Sheridan House, B.H.BLY, \i proprietor, lb* largest and beat Hotel in Dakota Territory. COBNBB MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, BISMARCK., JJ. T. MERCHANTS HOTEL, Cor. X£siixi and 3ci St., BISMARCK, ID. L.M. HARRIMAN, Prop. Building new and commodious, rooms large, comfortable and tastily fa...

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 March 1879

t"*r!f*rwiffer Own-Little ito#®*" by Here is mv oirn little roo™1 Fair asa lily® bloom— That is whltrn«#tt^dea^iaid,i Just see how lovely it looks! Here are ray desk and books, Here is my own little bed. *'j f\.. ij This'ie: my lewiiifr-jaiair That is my work-box there, Eveiything I styall use: Thiaible and scissors and Stocking-ball—darning: I d__ Emery, needles -to choose. Soon as I learned to sew, Mend my own linen, you know, Take all the care for my own, Dusting and making my bed, Mother always has said. "Sister shall room all alone." Not that the children may Not be allowed fibre to play" Sometimes .whan they are good But when I'm reading you know, Romping and shouting they go Then I want solitude. Here I shall often sit, (Mother can read or knit!) Resting my book oh this shelf Here my birdie will swing Right overhead, the dear thing, Singing away to himself. Pictures? O yes, I forget I* 2 C- V1 This is "St. Margaret,"— None of them costly, but dear— This is "Aurora".and this— ...

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 March 1879

-"^4— /#-jtfg^^}^^if^/^':-.-t-i^*^^^^|1-.^^^^^A-wf.v»ii»7«*r»i 'gtr-fc-* UWiW.fciiii'ii W1 *L. .V*££TZ .-yr^^«'^'»\lf(tt' 8(je HiawartltSrUmtte. BISMABCK, SATDRtiAt-, Mi&CH 1,18tt£ XASOSIC. The rezalarcommanicatioisofBirauurck Lodge Jfo. laO/A. F: A A. M., are. heldhitheirhall on the llrat and third mondays of each month at. 7 s,a. EMBRK. COREY, Bed. •'•. -•1 -.«.•. X.O.O. F. •••'. *.••• «... The retnuar meeting.of Mandan Lodge No. 12 j. o. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day i'Brothersin good standing are cordially in­ vited. J- M.CABNAiiANrN. G. LOUIS HECSLER, R. Sec. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D.» rector. Services at the brick school fionso every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San flav atthe City Hall, at 11 a. m. iand:7:30 p. m. Sunday SWhool immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting every Thursday, cveh- iug at 7:...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1879

VOL VI. 1 7-' 4 aiiittLt •, rt BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE •. SUfcJ XEWS GOBBLED FROM ALL OVER TELE WORLD. ), /t ST. PAUL, March 8.—The contest .be­ tween Randall and Blaekburn over the speakership continues. Randall's friends .... remain confident, and Blackburn's friends claim 83'votes, but cannot particularize. Blackburn's campaign is characterized with Tim and energy. Randall himself left for Washington yesterday, and ex­ pressed himself so confident of success that he could leave. The southerners are solid for Blackburn.' The latest Demo­ cratic programme announced, is to pass the repeal of election laws the first thing and if the President approves, the appro­ priation bills will also pass, and then Congress will adjourn, but if the Prestdent vetosthem, the election clauses will be attached as riders to appropriations, and .the fight fought to the last extremity. APPOINTMENTS. The President has decided to appoint Surgeon Gen. Wood worth Francis M. Grinnell, Solicitor Gen. Phil...

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 March 1879

BISMARCK BDSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS. WAimMAint.Pnst. W. R, Hsbbiax,Vice Pre*. Gso. H, FAiBCHnJVCuMer. .,2s ...•-" BANK OF BISMARCK. J. W. Ritkoid. Treat. Cuh. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est ilowed on time deposits. Collections prompt fraitendedto Oxo. P. FM lahxxbt. PRESTON J. K. WSZBBBBT. Vaw* rr •i--—' TniJSSBBY A^'WrHBRBY—Attorneys. J? West Main Street. A WILLIAMS—(D. O. Preston, A. Williams.) Main Street. AHSUY GBAT. ^A.®. .,ri/n(RAYAPBATT-rC?onnsenoi».»tLaw. Money yjr to loan. Commercial paper bonght. 73mfl AVID STEWART—Attorney at Law andClty 'justice., ... TOtf fOHN A. 8T0YELL,, Attorney at Law: Fourth Street. v! JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and Comity Attorney. PHY8ICIAN8 AND 8UUOJEON8. B. F. SLAUaHTEB, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And U. a Bxixnining SurgeozL Office st Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. goilleit next to the lbuae Balldlnir. Wo. A. BENTLBY, PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON, fMHee. Tribune block, np stairs, next door west of Poet Office. Call...

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 March 1879

ciTil office under the confederate eovernment shall be e^MSd to a pension pension un^5„^£V% tb^eaa, 34, nay^ 26 fote with the exception of who voted with the Democrats. Senator Hoar moved an amendment, that under ed bv Hoar's amendment', and was disagreed to. yeas 20, nays 22. The bill was thenpassed1 yeas 44, nays S. HOUSE, March 3.—The first hour was spent in disposing of business on the speaker's table. Senate amendments to the bill for holding United States district end circuit courts at Fort 8cott, Kansas, was concurred in. A report from the committee on theforti fi cation bill was agreed to. The impefcchmen matter of George F. Seward was taken and led to some discussion, but wa3 laid asid to receive the report of the conferrence com mittee on the sundry civil appropriation bill which after some consideration was agreed to yeas 148, nays 107. The consideration of the Seward impeachment case was then resumed and considered at considerable length. The chair made a decision from 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 March 1879

f. 1, W 9^ ssgs ftr? p^ia^^^^r.wiy«aw»^5gjg5»asaica?iSg!!3^^ Original All hi'" monthly i"r"is£Sg'"?a5 ®b* Bismarck gributic. ®*Z BY HUNTLEY & JEWEU SUBSCRIPTION KATES::2ii]| 3.WEBKI.,i, Three Months Professional'——, irti »v 50 .751 T« One Xfcar, '--.-rv .*««*».•.-.-•• ui" ••.fc:,'!1?.' $? -Six Month*, ./:-.!»36- 1 ADVERTISING RATlfeS Be .ESK&SJS&JBS&S*''* deii-Btrtipa Tnsertiofa and'flfty cents per .?pfto~ftr eftch "cont^fiteSone techViftrig jfejAjjjKj^ g'/4 inches, .three/*""*"41"0 ®m- ^Kifi? tin inches, $25, 00," r~ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local busings notlcet8r10 ceal^eju li^^ch I llVUt •ieinal poetry, $1 per line. -v BISMAgfgS gATy^^rMAHGH 8, l|7g. -.. V7 IIAYES J&ASvetoed the GBIU^S?- tion liiliv protmbly out of complimen/'tp^ dhtta&teft ami?, (n4ffi THE "Wells fidvocate advertises a splen- Itiver Independent. E. IT. EOSTJER, oOho ^Jamestown At&t, has returpcdfrom.l4s.$4. per day. job at Yankton, and tbe in.or al,- and influential propensi...

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 March 1879

v¥nndliiK the Indebtedness .Counties. The "Followiiig is thebilMntroduced tl:lte.the, •"TT^" Mr. Macnider in |he cdttncilf and sjasse^ A bill for an act to fund the^ndeblj^ane^si of the qjnnfies of MQQdy,|Br^ki^|Bbr.j Be it enacted by the Legislative AsWmWif ffoTerritory^of}Dakoft^k ,.• ...' SlscnQ^^ll^FtiL^'oQ^tanding indebt ftdness of tKe^oaBtkfe -6f%Ioody, Brobk ings, Burleigh and Grand Porks, of this Territory, payable^»ut of the taxes for orr dinary count-y-frreyraiue,: and the sinking fund tax, shall'be funded as herein pro­ vided." SEC. 2. That the county commissioners of said countiesy on and after the firstday of July, 1879, shall have the authority,and it is nereby made.Vflieir .duty "to proYide'. that. whateyer warrants dr^yra jjpon the, funA herfciiibefbre meQtioned-skall bifc.'ire-" sentecl to the county treasurer of said counties in sums of fifty, one hundred or, live hurmrecl doftjirs for thp purpoiftcif l$e ing fancfed^' tfi'al^such 'warrants Shall ®b*' taken up, the...

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 March 1879

IH Last Davs. *lhe long bir^*:tieectt|ttS81®*M The iiot wHite nocm leans idl^jioSM Clouds up&n folded clotids, 'above my| Opens t^the6l|^o«n8 9fti»i Iff*?} There i%a "color like Upon-the haif-revealedbttt-balf^eiled sky Qlad toWl eyes, reclines the flushed, full tide, .. vi.v Celestial body that shall never die. My prayers look out like orphans through their tears My heart cries out, O lile! 0 life! for thee But One across the waters draweibrigh,. Too kind and so too dumb to answer me. —Sunday Afternoon The Do? and Child. He described it briefly and simply," but it would fill a volume of fcautiful mean­ ing. His family dog had incidently made the acquaintance of a neighbor's child on the other side of the street. While lying on the door stone, he had noticed the little thing, sometimes at the chamber window, and sometimes on the pavement, in a little carriage. During one of his walks on that side of the street, he met the baby, and looked over the rim of the basket carriage, 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. — 8 March 1879

THE flOUSE AND .• BMCIVU for the Table.' English Plum Pudding.—One and a half ^pounds 'muscatel 'raisins «ne~snd three-quarter pounds saltan isiains two pounds moist sugar, two pounds brad cnunbs.fe 16 eggs, two |pounds finely chop|ed suet, six ounces mix^d candied peef, the rind'of-two lemons, one ounce of ground nutmeg, one 6unce ground cinnamon, one-half ounce pounded bitter almonds, one quarter pint brandy stone and cut up the raisins, wash and dry the currants, and cut the candied peel into thin slices mix all tbe dry ingredients, and moisten with the eggs, which should be well beaten into the pudding stir in the 'brandy and when all is thoroughly mixed, butter and flour a stout new pud­ ding-cloth, put in the pudding, tie it down very tightly and closely boil from six to .eight hours, and serve with brandy ,usance. Stick some: sweet almonds, blanched and cut into strips, in it. This pudding will be sufficient for 12 or 14 persons. This can be cooked a day or two before it is w...

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 March 1879

#L pfM# T^W St '"'V 3= ^ISKAROK, SATOBDAY, MARCH 8, XA80K1C. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No 190, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on toe first and thirdixnondays of each month at 7 T.m. Brothers in good standing are Cordially:in­ vited. JOSEPH HARJS,-W.M. KMEB N. CORBY, Sec. ,£r O. C«-. The reguiar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 J. O. O. P.,-are held in MaeonicHail^everyTnes daV. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. J. 31. CARNAHAN, N. G. LOUIS HECHLER, R. Sec. B'vort! KEIl«IOro SERVICES. '""BPI8COPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. (*. Miller, B. lifD., rector. Services at the brick school honse £»every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday 5school after morning service. All are, cordially Invited to attend. *, •v i( ij&i METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San Cday at the City Hall, at11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately after the morning "r nervices. Prayer meeting every Thursday even­ ting at 7:30 p. m. T: GEO. W. BABNETT. Arrival and Departur...

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 March 1879

fa}. (I p. II I .• V. "ty'\ $ .«*tt *Wi .,A V^i^V W^A*?Cj '-.^S* 'vd-« Wis •i.V-'^w^ l,* ,.J vSOVi --K. .*«V? '^"i,V 4 ,. *\k5 SPSSS.-1 tSl." -.« I w--5 hw t«* 3 .fU vtf w-^r 8 r.ji^-' Ji a*.. ,j ?x "J*® i* v*- *. ve w* -V"' *7 H* •'hi t,-i-P- MEHNDEBIHQS ABOUND HAHDAH SUCCESS Or THK N. P. U. JT. ICE BRIDGE. Vive HnndreA and Thirty-Eight Car Kioads of Material Transported on nature's Thorongliftire—The Track all Taken Up and the Feat Pro noaiieed a Snecess—The last Trip. iir A DABENG ADVENTUBE. Tuesday afternocn the last train passed •orer the track on the ice. On Sunday trains were run across "with afoot of water on the track. Sunday night a train loaded with iron was shot down the reverse curve into the water, across the iq^in channel and through the overflow touching the sand-bar. It was a wild and suggestive ride. One skeptic on board remarked that he felt better when the train reached the opposite shore. The brakeman, who scanned closely the effect upon the ice, comforted himse...

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 March 1879

NEWS OF THE WEEK. from at.. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. Indian murders are again reported. By afire at Georgetown, D. C„ Sunday night March 9th, three children of Danie. Martin, colored, were burned to death. The movements of the Cheyenne In­ dians indicate renewed hostilities, and great alarm is felt by the settlers in Montana. A London telegram of March 8th, gays, by a collision of cages in Victoria coal pit one was precipitated to the bottom and 'eight persons killed. A. J. Clark, a member of the city council of Cincinnati has been Jconvicted in the United States court of neglect of duty as judge of election in the 8th ward last Octob- A Halifax telegram of March 10th, Bays, at North Sidney a snow storm set in the northeast on'' Friday morning and continued up to Saturday. The drifts were eight to ten feet high. No services were held in the churches on Sunday in conse­ quence of the storm. The Springfield, 111. Iron company's rolling mill was destroyed by fire on the night of March 8th...

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 March 1879

The sky is cheerless with clouds of gloom The boughs are.barflvandKthe leaves are /shed The rushes sway to the suryiiuj tune Of a stream whose music is anil and dei And ne^er a gteflln'oj sufcg'erieaff* f.~\ AndneVer ablwwgHjp left arjfinjJ' And crystal jewels all strewn ana spread Where a thousand flushes of bloom, have been. Ortft/jjvsT The birds are eingin^no^songs'of joy The ivy covers an empty nest Will chill of the .Winter!s breaths destroy* The light of Summer within: my breast ?& &. tor comes the touch of a doubt unbleat, And it breaks the calm of a tender dream, And the crystal cold of its hand has prest My hope from a hope that "might have been." O swaying rushes and shivering birds, 0 stream that has never a song to sing, 0 fickle swallow who heard his words, Half whispered here in the silver spring, Mysighs with you to the south may bring The old, old story of trust betrayed For here I weep, while on wayward wing Tou flit and flutter through sun and shade. 1 see ...

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 March 1879

$5 Ah 1 t-ij y' J4 "!-i fV/. M*. ®l)e $tema«K tribune. *r BY HUNTLEY JEWELL first Ti^e 'sOTSCBlh^ON 1UTE8: r'£" WBKKLT One-Year, $2 50 WfSttHon(hK *.. fe P*"- ....-ilM nAJi Three Months 75 ADVERTISING KATES: Trans ient.—One inch, one time1$1 subsequent nsertions, 50cents: additional lines, nonpareil, -at same rate. Le*al Notices.—Seventy-live cents per folio for insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5r 2'i inches', three months, $10 5 Inches, $1& -10 inches, $25 20 inches, $50. ,. J. Professional cardis, four lines or Hess, per an» aam. $10 additional lines. $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Orizinal.poetFy, $3 perdine. A# bills for Advertising wiS be coHccted Kio^Hthiy.'.: BISMARCK, SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1879. FROM the Duliilh, Tribune we- gl$an the startling gnformaticiv lhat the Dulutli Neirs is under the .editorial supervision of shallpvif-pated, lap-beared nincoinp6op.'v ARKAD...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1879

I •A rt n* -i- WEWS *ND WJTE& Senator Bayard has nine qhildron.v£ Sines Douglass, of Moorhead, has failed. Columbus, O., is troubled with incen­ diary vretches. The Bible hafe betn recently translated into the Turkish language. Minnesota has orer one thodsana lakes of smile or mpre diameter. A Chinaman broke his neck by falling down an embankment in the Hills last week. g- The Britons don't "enthuse": over the prospect of spending ten million dollars to punish- the "wicked Zulus. A Sunday-school boy being asked what made the tower of Pisa lean, replied, "be­ cause, of the famine in the land." Minneapolis holds an election on the 24th to vote an issue of §250,000 of bonds to aid in building certain narrow-guage railways. Once they started a girls' seminary in Utah'. It flourished, well, but just in the height of the prosperity the principal doped with the whole school. A sign before a Boston grocery reads as follows: "Wooden pails, t» cents each. Notice—We did not steal these pai...

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 March 1879

Mothei Litl ClOSL 8afe the bird her brood will keep. Oh! my nestling, mother sirgs, Close within the mother-arms, Fold thy little, unfledged wings, Safe from any rude alarms. Sweet, my baby, on my breast Dream your happy dreams and rest. Rest, oh! resjt.g,. Ah! my baby, from the ne6t Little birds will some day fly To the east and to the west, Wild their pretty wings to try, But, fly they fast, my bird, or far, ff Never can they find the spot, v' VOnder sun or any star, Where the mother-love is not. Sweet, my baby, on my breast Dream your happy dreams and rest Keet, oh! rest. Oh! my baby, mother prays, As she clasps you closer still, All sweet things for coming days, And not any earthly ill. Always, child,remember this: Mother's heart is warm and true, And she tells you with a kiss, There'll be always room for you. Sweet, my baby, on my breast Dream your happy dresms and rest. Rest, oh! rest. Humorous Items. There's one melancholy fact about a •calendar there's no time when its days ...

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 March 1879

"\Jsswku «.-3» Here rests hr^us£,firiro 4ame Old garment* and jtiierishWd nanie. Creep toward him, Time perchance shall fftll' fiThis fine dress also to thy thrall & Press on at speed—nought canst thou sack Save cast-off cloaks and lamps burned black. —The Uniervsity Magazine. ALCIDOR: Or, the Power of Song*. It was the height of the "Reign of Ter­ rors" in Paris.' A crowded audience was breathlessly listening to the favorite tenor Alcidor. "C'est magnifique! c'est charmant 4'It is superb! ravishing!" was whispered alike in pit, boxes and gallery, as Alci dor was singing "0, Richard! O, mon Roi!" And when he finished the beautiful song in the second act of the opera, "Un reve si doux!" the public enthusiasm could no longer be restrained. The house shook with thunders of applause. Even Robespierre's features were, for the mo­ ment, lit up with an agreeable smile. The favorite seemed neither to notice the enthusiam of the audience nor the smile of satisfaction on the countenance o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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