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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 April 1879

f,.and 'W?*% l^r—7'fjt L_l_ HOW THKY CAME AiiAIN. TOGETHER ii -"Now. Kitty, Jjb don't m«! %JvIdo,Wah»?s £sZ «Th6n give me back that ring." Quick as thought .off came the ring 1sfroin Kitty's taperiiisf fingei', and in an tfher moment it flashed in the palm cf ,mi..grih&m'f band* "Then the. two ''looked at one another aghast^as if a preci pice had suddenly yawned between them. "Time to leave the grove! Cars com ing,"saldji froice, n^aringthem. "Oh, Kitty, quick, if yon don't want to be left 1" ,, And her sister, Nellie Barton, who- had '^'becn scearching for her, came forward to grasp her by fthe hand and hurry' her off to the picnic train waiting for the flushed *nd tired party frdm the city. "Hang the train said Will, reflecting afterward that it would be rather a hard thing to do. "What am to do with this ring? I would like to crush it under those locomotive wheels. And Kitty! What have I done!'? The sequel was, that Will, sauntering along, was too late for the train, and had ...

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. — 5 April 1879

Jtkt itotttottltSribunc. BY HUNTLEY & A3)VEBTISWG"lU^rByr-~-r-- snsient.—One Inch, one time'$l subsequent ertions, BO cents additional lines, nonpareil, tamo"fate.. h- -IV' IT'S FOR IT f. t,ri V" Left*) Notices.^-Soventy-flvecehtsperfolio for fir»t insertion and fifty cents per'folio for eacIT pubsequbnt insertion. Contract Rates.-rOne inch- three months, $5: 9'4 inches, three months, $10: 5 inches, Sift 10 laches, $85 Winches, $50. ——-r m. Professional cards, four lines or'less, per an nam, $10 additional lines,- $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each' Insertion. Originalpoetry, $1 per line. Adi All bills, for monthly. Ivertising will be collected BISMARCK. SATURDAY APRIL 5,1879. the Republicans are' insisting that Hayes is a boneless sardine. .•? Oliver with the widow. The jury lias decided that whether' Simon did it or ..didn't, he needn't pay for it.' SPECULATIVE SENATOR Bismarckians, who have run short ot schemes, will rejoice to learn -that Col. fired. W. Jo...

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. — 5 April 1879

1BY SAIL TO THE YELLOWSTONE rjfii. p. jr. jr. TO bc bvii,t:to V*jrjr jnmjfsf THIS season.- Tht lew Jfcsad,r«*«l Its Attached jbaail* lie l«t lie Daks** Divillra to Ktaafai Clenr •f beuibraice r-- HiMtllsiNM *«wY?rCt,|| TH* MIPSOT^U cJi Th•Ptone&r-P^m states that ifr.Ssr .jpnt has not heard anything about the 0- pforth®1® Pacific '^iiildingtathe'Yellow atone this year. The information comes fto™thefheadquarters of the Northern Pa. I rciflc in Philadelphia that theBoard of DK rector* hav4 determined to build the whole Missouri division this season. The.genergl Bsanagexnbt bavins anything to do with the construction of the new division, may •®ot be as" promptly advised of the com S Pony's conclusions as some other people .. Additional to the above THE TRIBUNE has the company's official circular, signed by the secretary, Samuel Wilkeson, stating """"that the Northern Pacific iailroad com pany has decided to complete forthwith the Missouri division, a distance of 205 miles. THK WHERE...

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. — 5 April 1879

1 I pff^r 4 -&-., 4 ihi BREAKING THE BOHDS. Rn*#WMLb ^liair. S£efI"tremble so tbfti •Oh! wnat an ordeal! I shall certainly make a goose of myselfj and rdugast Charlie." The lady addressed, turned from the haiE« of tie Gertie Melton turned ChafrleaDentoa, thd subject of so much discission,bad that £dfc£ arrivedfroni a foreign shore, and had taken rooms one of the fashionable hotels. He "ihtended fd 'call fmmediately up old UI saw MlssMelton." he told him, "at theopera, (last evening, and she informed fike thitr sbe would attend the ball &t Mrs Yandevere'a to-night. lean easily !p*o vcure 'yoil aft inVit£tiod,'and ycu will have plenty of time to clinerand dress. iYou will certainly meet the lady there look Jngher loveliest.. What say you, Charley, I will call for you with the carriage." "A pleasant arrangement, old chum ••i -^.specially as I feel slightly nervous about 1 our meetin^.1.) Ah* ti&L how. time changes one's feelings. I am not half as eager, presume-as I ought t...

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. — 5 April 1879

•4 V** ?^s •s5Ffe«&» '.rfSfe Parmer^dJytc^Jookt kitchen tporweraoehn gone. He kept a dozen swajtns^or ifiore^ nicely hoased ip^ ,loag row ol hanging hives fcfthfr TMfcl^of his 'garden. Last night fbejivm (all our beesr The family 0VWte Browsing forlornly 1 A new hive was promptly hung in the place of the old one, ..and some sheets of comb Mt SSoii fThe 1be«*ver* soon tookffmsfeessfcnfand after waiting twenty or thirty minutes,,the farmer and hi& son saw a "committee" of their number come out and fly to a neighboring cornfield. Of. course, .they had expected some thingf like}ui& OWce make a robbed and "wiridCTin^ bee' leiel at home 'again', and. it recovers its wits, and lets you know at once Where ito companions in misfortune-are.- Farmer Metcalf and Martin followed their liiile^guideqrto the,cornfield, and quickly fwand Vitoe evidences-. of last nightV-tfofk." The hiv6 lay there broken to pieces, and crawling over the scattered fragments, and struggling on the ground, a...

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. — 5 April 1879

-hgti *®n vim m*tm'** jiSHf& I' fA, SjiegigmorttigrUmnt. BISMAROJ^SAjTURPAlT^ APfilLB, 187».? MASOXIC. The reirnlar.commanications of Bismarck Lodge No. laosiip-iA'A-M., are held to /their toll ob the lint ui thlM mondaysbf each1 month at 7 p. a. Brothers in good Handing are cordlallyin rUed. JOSEPH HARJi, W.M. SMERN. COKEY, Sec. tJ~! L-lU'Jf. .. .J..'UJ,. I.O.O.F. The regniar meeting of Jiandan Lodge No. IS i£.*SB«WflSffSSt LOUIS HECHLBB, B. Sec. ——JPIUMJ —-rrrrrrr-. .„/t BBUOIOVS 8ERT1CE8. KPTSTOPAirCinrBCH—Rer. J. G. Miller, B. D., rector.~Sc* vices at the brick school hones, ttverr Sunday -at ll. a. m. and 7 p. m. 8unday school after morning serrice. All are cordially invited to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately -after tin (-morning services*: I»rayer meetings very Thmiy day .even lug at7:30p. m. QBS. W. BASKETT. Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Corner of Thav or and Second St., Rev. S. G. Dodd, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

SR 1 ^?VvSt^ fb ^4 f€i $&§ *.*$& pr XA ,i u«4. ytjV *. -W ', '-,^18 |1^. rifffc e-v4™ ). iii'4^t&','<m0 lV i«£v,dt/rJ ?«*£. J'£' »-t »V !«'i VOL: vi. ".iK''"" ft BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE NEWS. GOBBLED WHOM ALL -.// OVER THE WORLD. The Btanley-Hazen Triil—Swtliera ,PtlltetMS DiMttiafled with KM dall'i Appointments—Si Chinese Labor for the South---Jeff Davis, Negri Pardoned. [Special Ditpatch to the Tribune.] HAZEN FIRST. ST. PAUL, April 12.—In the Hazen-Stan ley court martial ahe charges against Gen. Stanley are to be investigated first. BAND ALL'S APPOINTMENTS to the chairmanships of the House com­ mittees are critizised in some quarters. The South is indignant at Bragg's heading the committee on war claims. RATIFIED. A joint resolution passed the House ratifying the report of the National Board 4f Health. THE ARMY #TLL is being discussed in the Senate and the legislative bill in the House. In the House an amendment increasingthe num ber of employes in the post off...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

CURRENT TOPICS* NEARLY 2,000,000 cattle, mostly young, Trill be driven from Texas north before the hot weather of August begins. The number of cattle in a "drive" is general­ ly 3u00, though it is sometimes much larger. SOUTHERN planters acknowledge tha the exodus of negroes to the West is most unfortunate and may seriously interfere with all the agricultural interests of the South, yet they are offering the blacks no inducements to remain. REV. DR. BOLLS, of Cleveland, says there are but four Protestant Episcopal clergymen in this country who have never changed their parish, and who have pass­ ed, or nearly passed their fiftieth year of rectorship. They are Rev. John Brown of St. George's Church, Newburg, N. Y. Rev. W. C. Mead of St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, Conn. Rev. Theodore Edson of St. Ann's Church, Lowell, Mass. and Rev. W. Shelton, D. D., of St. Paul's Church, Buffalo. IT is generally supposed that "perique" tobacco is a peculiar plant and can only be grown in St. James Paris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

And last, when life recast its form To passive rest and warm, Ere the soft, lingering senses cease In sleep's half-conscioas peace, -sP A IIOVJPI TOW*. From the BostonTranscript: ?,T [We are allowed by the publishers to say that the following poem, from the "Masque of-Poefe," is from the hand of tiie late Bayard Taylor, JHf 1 eat to-day beneath~the pine And saw the long lake shine. The wind was weary, and the day Sank languidly away Behind the forest's purple rim The sun was fair to me, llived for him! I did not misa you. All was sweet* Sky, earth and soul complete In harmony, which could afford No more, nor spoil the chord. Could I be blest, and you afar, Were other I, or you, than what we are? The sifted silver of the night Rained down a strange delight The moon's moist beam on meadows made Pale bars athwarts the shade, And murmurs crept from tree to tree, Mysterious whispers—net from you to me! I stirred the embers, roused the brand And mused: on either hand The pedigree of human...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

r* BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION KATES S" JWEKKLY, One Tear, $2 90 Six Months, 1 SO ...» Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: ansient.—One inch, one time1 $1 subsequent .ertions, SO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, rams rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—^One inch, three months, $5: *4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, $50. Profession.^ cards, four lines or less, per an .^nnm, $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 t?monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, APRIL 12,1879. QUOTING an item from THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, the St. Paul Pioneer-Press says it is "good, if true." This is extending an advantage to THE TRIBUNE over the Pio neer-Press, about whose articles the doubt is entirely as to excellence. THE Chicago Times says that it "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

su, MANJDAN MUSIC. Swint Strains Bendered by tk« fil»w ud Hammer Bud. \8pedal Corretpondence of The Tribune] MANDA*, April 11.—Businesii in Man daB. is at present on a stand still compared to two doing weeks ago, st|ll thj&re is something every day. There are but few new buildings starting and most of Che car penters are at work finishing. Lang com­ menced yesterday on building 22x50. As soon as finished he is going to start a first-class bakery:'' Porrier Bros, to-day commenced the erection of a large build­ ing in which they are going to open a Ant-class boot and shoe establishment. The boys are from Duluth and are good fellows. Yesterday the Tellowstone. expedition started in charge of Mr. Keith. The crew is composed chiefly of young men who do not look as. if they had seen much "grief." They will have a different color when they come back. The "jumpers" are all quiet. They still think they have the best claim and are going to fight it to the bitter end. They have employed Me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

nu ouunovi ft 5 4'wO BT HKSTBT W. IXNGFKIJA)W. •ifisfau 1 Bit so far from thee it T^'. Thou canst no longer see In the chamber over the gate The old man desolate, Weeping and wailing Bore Forhissoi son, who iB no more? Oh Absalom, my sonl It is BO lonj? agOi h, That cry of hnman woe ,J From the-walled city came,1 a r" Calling on his dear name, That ithas died away \j $ & win the distance of to*day *t J»v Oh Absalom,my son! There Is no far nor near, There iB neither there nor here, There is neither soon nor late In that chamber over the gate Nor any long ago To that human cry of woe— Oh Absalom, my aonl From the ages that are past The voice comes like a blast.1 Over seas that wreck and drown, Over tumult of traffic and town And for ages yet to be Ceme the echoes back to me—* Oh Absalom,my son! y. Somewhere at every hour The watchman on the tower Looks forth, and sees the fleet Approach of the hurrying feet Of messengers, that bearj The tidings of despair. Oh Absalom, my son! He g...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 April 1879

1 THE XEOK9SITT OF LAW. ..*' A 7«* JMIerttow Coiled Forth by the A» eassination of Judge EUioU. [Louisville Courier-Journal. 2m kia «AI*M*Wa «1 |1JUUHMWW X"! JudgeBallard, in bis remarks about the "shooting of Judge Elliott, said: "He was at the capital in the performance ©e his official duty, and I regret to say that for the performance of that duty, and almost in the very act of performing it, he was assassi­ nated. This terrible deed is I think, without a pair11"1 in this or any other civilized coun­ try^ It has justly excited much indignation |i«mj and it will excite indignation and horror throughout the civilized world. No one can feel the shock more keenly than I, and no one deplores the deed more than It baa put a stain upon oar fair name which can not soon be wiped out." There |s not a man in Kentucky who haa the slightest intuitive oonoeption of the necessity-of the reign of law, who does not, with Judge Ballard, regard that deed as a gaping wound in the honor pf the State....

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. — 12 April 1879

%fw$4 r-H,t ®|je Bismarck Srilmne. BISMAROEs SATURDAY,.APRIL 12.1879. a, MASOXIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge o. 120,*A. F. A A. M., are. held in their hall on "L at 11 i: Xo the first and thitd mondays of each month at 7 u. m. Brothers in good glanding are cordially in Tlted. JOSBPrf KMBB N. CORET, Sec. M.V' 0 HARl£,YV. M. I.O.O.F. The rejiuiaf meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in' vffcd., M. CARNAHAN, N. G. LOUIS HECHLBR, R. Sec. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. tt. Miller, B. ])., rector. Services at the brick school house wery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday sehool after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. 'METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting everyTharsday even­ ing at 7:30 p. m. GEO. W. BABNETT. Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHU...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

t:: n$ it NM (f! I M'fi v, *ai. .mn'l aaSV jsabwsl£ JT .V/ .««s.vK 4,3T.*A'» ,cum 'Ti'i .a -oa0 Jd 1 .%/# AS* 4,^ voL^vii^wii "iu Mb A SOFT srartt-OF 8I*KnjSi hi, (H. Y'f SOLDIERING. OEM*AM URE OF fMANrVY,?.^ Y-U .A. V^a iktlaiita on Palace Cars and to ttenton onPalaceBoats—The Milk ?-. JSiireT (iarrison Starts for Its Sew Quarters---The Roster of the Hegi- TO'cht and Incidents of the Trip. .TRRIJ': }/R THE ABBLTAEI RR,3 Thursday morning the Eighteenth In fantiy arrived, and during the day em harked upon the bteamers Key West, Josephine and Genl. Sherman. Men and •baggage -came- through in two special trains with two isngines eacli. The first' train was* loaded with baggage, and the second with men, women and children. Therfc was no space thrown away. Sol­ diers are liaidly ever packed closer. The two rear cars seemed devoted to Second Lieutenants and Colonels. They rolled •out with their heavy overcoats on, fancy­ ing they had struck the southern end of the north pole. On the contr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

t* 11 1 7 NEWS OK THE WEEK. '%]$'/ CRIMES ANF CRIMINALS. "fS Sixteen gamblers were wrested on pmd jury indictments at St. IauIs,^ Mo A 1 2 ,T{, An incendiary fire in Coffeyville, Miss., Ap|il 9r de»troy^l,the gr^ter portion of the business part of the town. ^~r—• A dispatch from Berlin says 1,000 Nihilists have been arrested at Charkoff. The severities do not seem to intimidate the conspirators.! ^53n "%7^v% John P. Phair, hung at Vermont," Thursday, April 10. left a statement declaring his innocense, and claiming that justice ..was not done him. Afe Washington, D. 0-, April 12th yaisa Wallace, colored, convicted of the murder of her infant child in April 1878 was Qntenced to be hung June 20. At East St. Louis, April 12, Mrs Harr riet Cornwall was arrested on a charge of poisoning her husband, and John N. Dethloff, her alleged paramour, is also in custody. Sunday April 13, at Seville, Spain, two bombs were thrown into the church of 8an Antonio, it is supposed to create a panic, and ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

New Choice J'ashipii yotes.^^t The coming bonnet is the gypsy, c. Lace is tLe feature in spring millinery Shawls of all Kinds are revived •pring^raps, No toilet is complete witbout~a jabot of some kind. Shirred linings for bonnet brims take precedence of all others, High fhuzes and long jabots will the leading styles Efor neckwear this spring. French bunting takes precedence of all other semi-diaphanous spring fabrics. Black toilets and black lace bonnets are the fnror of the moment inParis For certain styles of beauty gay Chinese silks and fou'axds make lovely morningrobes. New York milliners have shown more colored than black or white bonnets this •pritg. The latest novelties in shoes .are Henri Trois sabots and the Catherine Medici solieurs. the de Pretty stockings and low shoes have become a too apparent fact as* a part young ladies' toilets. Novelties in shoes have Louise Quinze heels and many straps across the instep, with bows and buckles! Breton lace drapery scarfs twine all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

T.r p-i BY ^UNTLEY & JEWELL 2 WJJBKLT, Otfe Tear, -j_ $2 60 Sir Months, 150 Three Months fl ADVERTISING RAJTES.I&i'aS^. farinfent:—One inchVone time' $1 subsequent Portions, 50*cents: additional linee,, nonpareil, same rate. 'i. ,,.... gfcegtil -NoticeB.—Seyent^-ftive cents per fotiofor fijit insertion arid 'fifty. 4jHns per^oliofor -eath *rthsequent insertion. Con tract Rates.—One inch, three months,"^ 24 inche?, three mon ths, $IQ ,5 iijc.bes, $16- 10. inches, $25«99.inches '^5B. -Prpfessional-.edrds Ceto^^lo^s -er iaes,' per «ai nnm,fclQ" ad'ditiop^,lines,^.5!?.v *,,f" Local businessNotices,-"10*eehts per -lino- each insertion. OriginaKp^i«t^ gl per line. All bills for ytffaiMttlBipg :wiH be collected monthly. BISMARCK. itiTl/kDAY, APlilL Having satisfied themselves that the v^low fever flourished only in warm wea tlieri a" number of medical scientists ar­ ranged a little, gai^e of.^re^e-Qut with the plague. Last accojint^ ^present the sci­ entists as throyving up everyth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

J18 1 I I Z, TBICTCQUBT^ •Protcediis* of the Sprlac Terni Jast Adjourned. 3x tti'H The District Court adjourned Wednes­ day. There were fewer cases than in pre­ ceding terms, but ^he calendar of? general business 'ivm lull.* The court convened April 1st at 10 o'clock a. m., A. H. Barnes, presiding Judge^ E. N. Corey and Alex. [cKinzie, Sheriff empanneUing] jgraiid jury. The following cases were disposed of in the manner set forth: Mansfield &• Co. vs- J. 4j.*W«lfefleld. Judgment for plaintiff in the sum of $l,8o0 and costs of action. /"X' A. -D. Pratrtfl. Dan EisenbuVp. f'Gflae •dismissed at plaintiff's cost. On motipn, Jno. R. Flannery was ad ^^pitted to practice in the court. On- motion, F. J. Mead was admitted. P. RrSmith ys. John Kennedy. Judg­ ment Tor plaintiff in the sum of $1,000 and costs. J. C. Oswald vs. J. H. Wakeman. Judg­ ment for plaintift in the sum of $3,374.68 juid costs. pfj On motion of John E. Carland. city at l1••jorrity,'the following cases -Were "dis­ mis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

llllPft'f ,,% In*£ till ft- mm -if IP &. .* much-begrimed Soneappearance fi'i:».:!...••. i" v. .(-•". .-*-' -. •.- »?,.»•... ,r l.rf^'r "i. i.rr~ii -fr ."*iTTli I.ili1,-...iiCj»Ji...r uVuiililWl ifnr»ini^iri'tfifl|TtMf'ithfi*^'^ 'V A JU»HT WITH PETEE GRIM. 1 uj pitj the skiff or canoe caught in this blast," was Peter Crim's 'mental re flectioD, as he threw an extra pine knot on the already blazing fire, which sent' a shower of sparks up the chimney and filled the apartment in which he sat with a vivid crimson glow, lighting up the rafters, and flashing over the cnrtainless windows with^ a a Peter was a well-known huntsman and trapper On the Canadian back-lakes, who had made his home on a rocky island, known as Moss cliff, for many a year, He was at present engaged in mending a pair of nntanned leather legging with a huge needle and apiece of twine, while he enjoyed his pipe. Having had a suc­ cessful day among the ducks, he was in high good humor with himself and all the world. ...

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