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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 November 1875

ing her hemi w,Tili IbV'11 gr»*''* see, aunty, dear, Wife must almoin date herself to again pretty soon. 44 -bund and ii»«rrv a think* this is the best way, you know and he doea ihii.k so, verystrongly and isn't it 1u-kv thai I tbink jjw be doe* You ar«u!d Vt h.ye me fall» with those strong-niinfled Bloomu women, would you, and sail the ship mv own account, independent of my husband Now, the merest alluaion $9 m«aen gtrong-'ruitidedness in woman was t" Aunt Maria like a red rag#to a bull i*. aroused all her combativeness. ••No am aure I wouldn't." sh« said, with emphasi*. *4 I* there's* anj thing, Eva, where I 8ee the use of a! my instrnctioua to you, it ia the goo«, sense with which you resiat all sue! new-fangled, abominable notions abnu the righta and aphere of women. No I've always aaid that the head of th« woman ia the man and it's. a wifeV duty to live to pJease bur husband. ShW may try to influence him—ahe ought to do that—but ahe never ought to do its openly. I never uaed to...

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. — 27 November 1875

lh»ttiai 1 lth4 ARIHNTT* Biimarcf, Hrr?.»-|f6*. 27. l8?bi WILSON. n» Encouraging Report Froiii Jortb Paeifie P«ftpli __'v-—iL5- -r- PROBABLE EXTESTIOS SEXT -PM FGK 25 SJ!LES PLEDGED., •Fate of General MB il. Kcltonaldt Rramit' Thief* 0TBER JNTERATING I UITTEUAMOU*. l- ..A—L. .'XEMI deAD, WASHINGTON, NOV! 2FC.^-Vice Pressi- •dent Wilson awoke at setfen o!clock thW morning, after# flight of [complete Vend rest, (saying #e fejjt* -tytt^r/^ndj brighter than tye Had 'felt since his' ill*! nessand shouMrMe'ou tto-d*y asrecom mended his'phyRi&iSfoS if the with­ er was fair. At 7:20 he thought he would prepare for bteakfast ami-commenced to get up.tVHe caUecJ for a Washijkcion, Nov. 23.—Qen.i-Sh«r mAn in his inmial report urges that ifj "military commanders control the 'Indian supplies, peace can be maintain­ ed. He also insists that the Indians, should be confined to small reservations.* Generally speaking, the Indians have committed less mischief the 'last year than during any year fo...

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. — 27 November 1875

nnna mw .11. wlM^peraiMm, JW. mM,fte. B™ JAMBS J* WH. FBBD BtsafciikMfatilrOos* tmUjjn and Weekly •*.* pw yew. E*5E^t rrrTrr RAYMOND ft CO., BMkera. latere* al lowed oa time deposits, BseSat^ge P. POBST KR Restaurant. Beard by the day or week, fresh Oysters, Mo,.'. STWPiON—Beoke, Stationery," Hew papers, Magacm?c, fte. 8TRAUSS, Jeweller. Jewelry,-fte. "JJ S. LAND O: II. Brown, l«edfir. MILLlNKRY~Mrs.C. JOSBPH HALL—Specially adapted te Daaeing, Musical Bntertainmente. Coneerts. Ac., fte. Commodious, Tarty aad Comfortable. Andrea #r eonmanteate with B. M. Corey, Preprietor. Ble marck, D.T. Oct. *1 tmo GENERAL W. RAYMOND ft CO. AlWMneefi Wholesale and Retail. J. MCDryexft LBAN MACNIDBB 1H«vy DJILTO JH Hotel... jPSSKpSVtipbn&gS Xfi&ttB A DlCK*t-PawLl*«ert. «J^^ }/W gars. BHttarda. Next door te Capita Hotel. ROUaiAtJ—Wlnaa,Liq««ra aad dgare. n-i norths. /^iWtOL HOTBL Main Street, BUaaarsk, B. *. L/ ftHt Olaae In every peripolar 4*r$-- W B. HOTBL—Themes MeGevan, Preprie- MAMMMMmk ...

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. — 27 November 1875

.SW.OUV 6 8*& *S S* ef LOCAL AFFAIRS., WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal ScrwiOjP* S. A* Of TKLKOtlAM*. i«D MfDKT* FOR T*S II1IFIT lir CoHXIHCB 1M AOMCCLTURK. BMMAKOK. PAIOTA TWWIWT. x- It 1 S» O O I *.•» j. M»)ataaa«jii U«)]f O Col. a 3 L- »«.«» 1 S 4rsS"3s aj«a #^8 ii "iiu S gg Silks'* "I •A»lDO(AA 4 r«, 5""* or ei 381» CC* r- Qa t-« e» St^nbtAu -fjr" I i(09«e«4i 6S a. S f/s I PllJA\ I" Xav a» vJUPiama a« "o 3 W £2K3fSS I etff ?-"CO I og»?«fe«Mfcoa. A*' W: :,j'«§.'£ *V® Htgtieat temperature, 1£.5 Lowell'temper*to re. -28* W. Cook. vm fw Judjre Kinder ha« gone to "Washing tWl. Hi* wife n^coroparfied him. An. extjr»"jM»ge i»«mtbringing A private ii|t Company M, 7th (^valr^, Sn^lfaV^^l^i1 «ee rpnrfpd in the wuodt 70 xileR iiorih cf Duluth. A littj«Mii1ire ofw»Jtertl»»nrjpe bar*rb.en M^ifr R^np*rfd Col.?K$£b fi^v*nced on ito dflyt »™^*^*d, How Col. Yates and Dr. Redd were in the city yesterday. .*«&*•• The Steamer C. W. Mead wan the last on the upper Missouri river this year. She left Fo...

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. — 4 December 1875

'••i -••'ni £:-U r.-.l 1 rial: 'I Thecase w- v['i4 A BKI UBI.1CAN NEW8PV .BctxltaliAl by THE BISMARCK TRIBU TRl-WEEKLY 4ND WEEKLY. .n-.fi.."' vMr« fCBSCBJ^WM PUCKS «MW3 6.U0 Tri-Wttkly S montt'H.... in' lUita.... 1 year.. '**!'•. Plpmfrier also wirit:-. ji* igiin^ Jfckman wholkleft *,^wo lotH'' in the city Bismatok- *'ori wbick Substantial im Tovunents have.beon mad^*.," ctive !their •Hpxtv dap ire tesUntsmi '•w' I&is 1 ,.£t is.hel^Ted1:bjF the attorneys and oth~-^ cfs weC iiiformed who are, interested' in tte £*4eChat the decision will be con firmed by tlie:Secretary.of the Interior.. Decision on the afjjeal should and un­ doubtedly ill 1&tt*<l*3ri thin the neXt»f* four months7 If it is in few of the city thenwa«*«nt$e |jee^i may&dgivfcn by the city and-tfhi4case tfill be plactic ally settled. But the difficulty will not thenta *1V •odM' Thereat Ip^tfll wt«|r* eats to harmonise.' There are persons who have leasee} the lotaoccupi their improvements jumped lots which O...

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. — 4 December 1875

Stye iiatnardt Mbmt. Bismarck, D. T., Deo. 4 1875. THE LAST LOOK. They say the years since last we met Have wrought sal change to thee That It were -tter t-» forget Oar youths fond history. An- yet io would clasp that hand. Would me those eyes once more. One m«nU'it hy thy side would stand, As I have stood of yore. They aay the very tones that thrtll'd My heart and di-nmed my ey»?i. Now, by the cold world's blighting chill'd, I scarce might recognize. An yot I long to hear thee speak, Repeat 8"me bygone rain, Althoagi the chxrw I there should seek Were listened for in vain* I would not wish the years rolled back, Could such a ch'iic- be mine, Nor fa ter in the onward tr*ek, Though severed far Irom thin?. But pilgrims may from hard-wen heights Keceliiig homes survey. And give sigh to past delights, Yel, s'ghing—torn away. AVE [TRY FAMILY SCENE. A family of some pretentions, living on Nelson street, had a par­ ty of five to tea, 'Thursday evening. The table was set out in fine style, ...

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. — 4 December 1875

mm ore iwa—nriH, The Reco (8eqnel h'lr biAfWfP!^ *feiil Bjg a ABjR£BEi 9£BOBS2 AniMO^'lMtfe "faWftCsbja^ AlAf:WtA* aitf si'-.'1- L' li '/IB'/- and r««lly- caiel_^ and ,nv*^pntf ?A'hd 1 1 4i OhriCr ii in .the oii 1 ot CHA^PfUR VP.' It^wiH not be^ouWfeid^by tWose w^ know the ways ol family dictators that Mrs. MariA- teW. 'IWafs house after.bet fray's vlktt in:,'A state of the most balmy ^/^t^lpc^n, Who has dmr* gojxidflvjs fj(rk. Well, said to returning ()r 4" eeh tip to Eya s, shp, 'i tv'pii* toll"! Jl. t've'iieeti' up 10 E*va x. h^rJKi^Jr/ii?%he'JI^^^.in* jjrt fitriires. She Was not sharpand^eebjn bai^klris he wa^fee feu in' erfa' wentjiDi.^ ThiDMary.Sajf hei^ ftgt«ltiii| ff mo*rf trwublirtg p^r IHtle incj we i|. ^.v ~. j! |04 *ithbttt a bit!if a tfholl,sbihng rji*Vr»*|t11^4 4.«ndj( jiMt weit omjtl^ servwis dV whole IfouS^t Mary. She fk»#:,ufr impertinent. of^Coufrse Bui X^-1' *,er down, a^Hl«$^iti#»Jy About the way she's beginning with her ser rants. ShdVju^likey'oui^ltfill*, slack...

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. — 4 December 1875

®fte gigtttttrtfe gritaroe. Bismarck, D. T.» Dec. 4 1875. IjaSEPHINE. Written at Carroll, Montana. Aueu&t 224, by »h« Secretary of W*r, W. W. Belknap, while waStiuji for the Biam&tck and Carroll pwket, Josephine. My eyes are I mjing fo" the sight Of on* I ne'er have seen I wntch for h»*r by day, by night, Beloved Jo«i*phiiie They sa» her form is wonderoiu 'air— Her in tvements fail «»firrace— Her charms are so he.vo* compare, li ng to see her face. ghe walks the water like a bird. Plying through woudlan.la green. Oh, where Is h- who has not heard Of my own Josephine Thousands of miles I've traveled o'er, Fulfil Ititf every duty, And lo-iging e-wu day, more and more. To gaze apon her beauty. Oh! for a sight of th sweet charms Of her. tny chosen Qietn, To rest content within the arms Of darling Joseptiiue. Missouri's waters slowly fall, Faster my fears arise As from the hills 1 look with all The strength of tearful eyes. And warch for her for whom I wait With anguish sharp and...

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. — 4 December 1875

im uminn ...M itr Attic'm cktidei.' 'tfilt beW' li^jf brtW emitted for two weeks pint benusiiiii lack of.time to devote to their ti tiWDrf® thtr yet he has placed but little under culti vation, but this year produced 250 bushels of potatoes, a- large amount ol of garden truck, including cabbages, beets, etc. He keeps sixty cows and about fifty head pf Mbar'stock. For butter he finds a ready market at 40 cents per pound the year round, and of course there is millions in its manufac­ ture at that price. He devotes his per sonal attention to contracting, and keeps a large gang of men around him forth purpose, and several teams al*o, but when work in that line is ended, Mr. Stevenson purposes to stay with us, and is certainly building up a farming interest creditable alike to himself an the country. in the same vicinity, had-two acres un­ der cultivation, and realized 800 bushel* of potatoes.. 'J'.,' bogus AHD iiiClm'ar^ HTrace*P. Bognp ajid M.Martin had six acres under cultivationon i'...

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. — 4 December 1875

§t)c $U|UUUH IWWHIW B' T*i D?®' lWb FU1 BUDGET OF WISE MGTON NEWS. Propcsed Clean Swfep in tie Io eifor Depart ui nt SMITH'S BEAD CERTAIN TO FALI. Tribulations of Ik Whisky Kinf OfMal Smaller Brought to Grief. EEPORT OF GEN. TEBBY- ACrS. f'ltrimJjSS AlUJj EEOOMENDA TIONS. After the Straw Bidders—A Wholesome Regulation Proposed. Other Interesting Miscellaneous New. UNION PACIFIC DECISION. WA8H1NOT »N, NOT.^9.—The Supreme Court ta diy affirmed the decision of the Court of Claims that the Union P4 mav retain only half of its earning*, on. account of Government transportation, for its Own we, th* Government being bound for the principal and interests oi the bonds it gusrateed. raKBNANDlWUD. Fernanda Wood declines the further use of, bis name as a candidal© for 8peaker of the House of Representatives, but refuses to name his choice among Ihe srretfal remaining candidates. WATTM COTJXSBS. The Government Commissioners* re port «h the Atlantic & Pacific ship canal recommends the Nicarau...

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. — 4 December 1875

a- ^Lnpi-o* IF Watches, Clocks, Jewelrv. BAKERIES. CITY BAKER V. John Yegen, Front Street, wonid •itisens of Bismwck bread Eve cents, Saturday.) Arriving In Chicago at 4.«0 p. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN W Aim »«NEAPOLI8. mEZSLthai"anyother Northwestern Une. And »r* ?nw^Uwa, Lhw traversing the valley of the ?ptter Mississippi rlver. and along the shore of Lake °rTB*ir AlP° via Madison, PrtUie da Chien, Mc vftregor, Austin and Owatonna. ^Through Palace Coaches and Weeping Cars pROtlB^ OF Mixxnro. ^ACTUBEBS OFTRB CELEBRATED that he is prepared to ill order* fm cakes-pies or frheF pastry on short notice aateelne satisfaction ,wtth reasonable charges. Fine, Mfet ten cents loaf or four loares.for twenty RAILROADS. Chicago, .rf RAILWAY ~,~1 fc THE GREAT 1$J!$UGH UNI BEJjWBEN} Chleafco, I NewYfrk, Mew Eittland, fhc Canadat, At* all Eastern and Soufcrn Points, and •a Thfi Great Northwest! Connecting in Ch^f? wltlrtll Eastern and douth Thiaift &$mm Mlj rav. leaving StPaul as follows: C...

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. — 4 December 1875

{H'h'lir. KV,7l Ar tk nail 0f **& Bismarck, D. T.f Dec. 4., will 3j87b. 1 a 1 rr LOCAL.* AFFAIRS. Fred. S*reettD«*i ia engaged, for U» winter on tiie wotk of recongtructii»{. the Brainerd bridge. .5 9 A mail car was burned at Brainer* last wet destroying all of the Manitoba and the western.paper mail. Ex Supt. John il. bull.van has gon« to Missouri apolis wliefre he *w»ll take chary of h'•»-•» furnace. So says the Minne­ MaiL Congratulations tu Cul. Geo. Yates are in order. It is-* bouncing loy ami the Colonel wears a* smile so pleasing that it does one good to gaze ypon him. The Pioneers h*re secured Ma^oiiV Hall for a dance on Christmas"Ertj/TU affair promises to bo vt-ry enjoyable. In •it a lions prdb&bljr be issued in a few days. I AH persons i»rdetted to theTelegi^^ph Company are requested to cal^ ann equate up at once. Hereafter there will be no credit account kep«. j, J. M. CABNAOjiK. Messrs. Douglas Jb Poftet have reason to expect their machinery to morrow, and on it...

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. — 8 December 1875

VOL. 3. Stye A REi UIIUCAN MW8PAPKR, BnbliBhedby THE BISMARCK TRIWKKKLY SOBBCftirTION r. Trl-WeekJy Weekly Iwitili .,. 6.00 I i... fci».gSe pi i'f either, 10 cents 8ubtcrii»tioii» invar *lly in advanoe. t:1' NOTES AND NEWS. The Jury in the Kasson libel suit dis­ agreed. M. C. Kerr is the Speaker of the Dem­ ocratic House.' Work ih*s* Gen., Sherman reports the aggregate strength of the army to be 1,640 officers find 24,031 enlisted men. Durfee Peck & Dock Terry are build­ ing a new steamer lor the upper Mis­ souri river trade,*to be called.the-p.- K. Peck/, Itwrll cost $80,000. Judge Hill, of the United Stated Court for Miss., excludes all from juries,who cannot read, write and cowpute interest, virtually ruling out the black population, It seem* to be difficult to find anyone to take the Indian Coinmissionership.: Toby declined, Hoffman declined, and now ex Gov. Ward, of New Jersey, de dines. 'The Vermillion Register says: Gen! Beadle has been Appointed _ieJretarf of the commiss...

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. — 8 December 1875

-r==^ 4J/ »A Bismarck, *1). T.f Dec. 8 1875. the contestants. The writer has no disposition to crow over any of the defeated contestants in the towns»te matter, not even Mr. Jack man, who quarreled with him because he expressed views nearly two vean* ago which were sustained in the award the commissioner. Indeed but for Jaek man's disposition to traduce and injure those who h«M opinions in reference to this matter in opposition to his views and interests, the contest on his land, excepting the Plummer eighty, would never have arisen. Sj far as the Tri­ bune concerned, however, no obstacle shall be thrown the way of Mr. Jack man in his contest for what lie beleives to be his rights, though the writer has no faith in his ability to maintain his position, yet Afr, Jaokrnt'i more than all others appears to have been respon­ sible for the contest which has hung ever the city for three yetrs past, and which would Joni since hare beef* set­ tled but foi lihn, and if, in his pursuit of othe...

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. — 8 December 1875

\V small i^oir, quantities at bw prices. _____ IFIRIEID Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, CITY BAKERY. John Yegen, Front Street, would aunoHnce to the «ltliens ef Bismarck that he is prepared to fill orden Iter cakes pies or fancy pastry on Bhort notice guar anteelng satisfaction with reasonable charges. Fine feht bread ten cents a loaf or four loaves "or Ire cents, '.i-i v.-^r FOpR RC^pPjrirpj#^ New improved Machinery and Steam Power NEW PROCESS Of MILLING. MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED "BELLE OF MOORHEAD" Brand of Family Flonr-Snperior to any brought into this Country! Onr RISING SUN New Process Flour we Recommend Equal to any Minneapolis Brands. Graham Flour, Grour Feed, Bran, Shorts, Screenings, etc., for sal* in large #r MOORHEAD MANUFACTURING CO.. E. ft.. BRUNS, Manager, Moorhead, Minn. JEWELRY, WATCHES, SrC. & w. bakeries. 20 3,11 RAILROADS. Chicago,MilwaHkeoA&St.Paul ,RAILJV"AY. fQ| GREAT THROUGH UNI BKTWBH New Y®rk. -r New England, The Gfreat Northwest! toChl5?i° a W 4rn ...

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. — 8 December 1875

FFM~R N 4 J. D. Bismarck) D. T.| Dao. 8. lt7b( OTICB or BEltURiS. VKITBD STATES JXT. R«». D«PCTT COLLICTO*'» Orricn, I»II?TKICT I*r DAK OTA. BISXABCS, D. T., NOT. 2ttt 875 Notice it hereby given that on the 16th d»y of No •ember, A. 1S7A, I seized in the name of the TJtlted State*, in tl.eCity of Bismarck, 1). T., o» the premises M. glattery P.ve (.'») Boxes cntainl,.# 250 Cig-irs. Citation Notice hears the nam of Pe-i body l.y-n». Manufacturers. Factory .No. 7:43, 3d District Minnesota A-so at the same jilace am! f'dato on the premises of -'ames K. Rt*«trd»n Co., Boxes -nUining 8 0 Cigara. The Caution Notice bears the nami of AlI'Miherg Coiihaim, Manufac­ turer!, Factory No. 27, 1st fist. Wis. Al-o 1 B«xj eontai'nin 0 Cigara. Caution Notice le»rs the nwro- of A1 ben berg & Conhaim, Manufacturer*, Factory No. ?»0 fit D-st. Ohio. Also 7 Ho e. containing 7'K) Ci^ara, Cautvon Notice Iv am the nann •f I. W. Wurmai iManuiactur«*rs», Knufory 5. Ifith Uist. Pennsylvania Also 7 Boxes co...

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. — 15 December 1875

UILV •R T- VOL. 3 .1 ." "i lJi *^iwwwi .in iked by ttbliilied IBUNE EKKLT. THE BISMAI TRI-WEEKI •caiosvnoa MJWI TRI-Weekly Weekly mmin.*3.00M 1 year.......•*.* 4 months *.'.*«*00 monthi......... Single cepln of either, 10 Ceiits. NOTESAND W. B. A»tor*8jt ^ata^ Is valued $100,000,000—Ufelargest in America. ,woman $1 JI xt year. lesA. jttjfcr iML. eeofier tickeL ton. Badeau to ^Belgium pTeferring lo i^®"^ WWWj geseralto LoiMtdn. netted with IS Two old friends, Harpin Davis and Junes liiddleton, got uito,.a»quarrelat Helena, Montana, a few day* since, when Davis run for his shot gun and let the iqpffabte sunshine bevond the pearly gates into his chumi ThatTs the sort of a Harpin he was. PARIS, Dec. 12.—The Republicans of the left t9**day elected seven of the eleven Senators for life. The defection of the legitimists? from the right^i^es the ^op position the majority in the Assembly. McMahon is disgusted, the city excited, and (b^Boarse al&wiied^IDSic. -V Secretary Chaudler says ove...

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. — 15 December 1875

Bismarck, D# T.f Dec^ 9 1875. THE ORIGIN OF IRELAND* With doc condecetulon, I'll call jour atten­ tion, TJ what I shall mention of Erin uma. And whhoat hesitatlo, I'll how that na­ tion. Became of creation the gem and the queen. 'Twas earl one morning, without any warning, That Tanas was b«»ru in ihe b«*a iful saj And by the same tolfcn, ant su t'was provo kin'. Her inlont were soakin* and wouldent give play. Old Neptune, who knew her, began to purine her, In order to woo her—the wicked aid Jew— And almost had caugl.t her, atop of the water. Great Japiterts daughter! —which never would do. Dut Jove, the great jmius, looked down and saw Yanus, And Noptune so henioua pursuing her wild, And he spoke oat in thunder, he'd rend him asunder. And sure 'twas a wonder far tazing the child. A star that was flying hard by him, espying, He caught with s.nali trjriug, and down let snap It fell quick as winking, on Neptune a sinking, And gave hlra, I'm thiukin', a bit of a rap. That star it was dr...

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. — 15 December 1875

wt iiti been 2 'j- OA* The Redords of an Unfashionable Street (ge^fctl to "M!jr Wife A NovpI By HAEBIET BEB0HE3 8T0WE, Author of "Uocle tU'. Cmbio." published Mew York, It m»y any 4'Mj Wife and rThta charming ftory Hrrt ippwredll .Chris flm Union, fur which it w.r','jf11* to kook form bjf B. Ford Co., "**!»*al book store. Price $1.75.—K» JWBU*» 3 CHAPTER VIII. "You see how very absurd we are," said Miss Dorcas 44 but the fact is, Mrs. Henderson, Betsey has had her Upu bles, poor chiid, and I'm glad to have her have tbi% that can be any. sort of a comfort to her." Betsey came -bads with''-her photo­ graphs, which she exhibited with the moct artless innocence. 41 You see," sa'd Miss Dorcas,44 just how it is. If people set out to treat a dog as a child, they have to take the consequences. That dog rtifes this whole family, and of course he behaves like spoiled,, children generally. Ilere, now, this morning, Betsey and Iv,both have bad colds because we were got out of bed last ghVwith t...

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. — 15 December 1875

Bismarck, D. T., Deo. 15 1875. THE PRESIDENT'S 'MESSAGE. la our telegraphic colums will be found a very full synopsis of the mes sage of the President which was deliv­ ered on Tuesday. Our correspondent has done his work 80 well that we omit the usual editoria synopsis. The President's recommendation in relation to tbe education of the masses, his proposed limit of the use of the right of suffrage adopting an intelligence qualification, and the taxation of church property will strike the popular heart as being eminently wise, sonnd and practical. Polygamy and the importation of Chinese women for purposes of prosti tution, twin evils, are handled without gloves, and vigorous measures for their suppression recommended. The President gives expression, to his earnest desire for reform in his airing of the fraudulent claim business and proposes to save from subsidized appro priations within the ,next six months the $300,000 needed for frontier de­ fense. The Bli^pk Hills are recognized a...

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