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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 May 1879

THE THEKMACBIOlf AN TWHMI« INVENTS' ^BDIINB^CR*PZO jdudtog Cnlln^tcd Bakt WlUxrat FiMl [From thePeefia^Drsnaoriiit.] Mr. J.'OhelJew, of Glaaford, Peoria county, is at work on a machiaefor producing heat by mechanical meaa& Mr. Ohellew said: "That, it ia well known that heat was a kind of 'vibration or motion of: the 'molecules of matter, and that, therefore, it was possible to produce it by mechanical means Iron, for instance, can be made hot by ham­ mering it heat tenjbe produced by rub­ bing two sticks together, anjl many other iUustrations. of similar nature may be given, all showing, thai- heat was a me­ chanical effect." Starting with this idea, he went to work to construct a machine which would produce heat. His fitat attempt was a success the machine produced a low degree of heat. The motive power being the work of an old Seth Thomas dock, the trouble with t.Vift machine was that the vibrations were not regular, hence the lew degree of heat but he felt encouraged that hea...

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. — 24 May 1879

'fttsjm^nr wl jnli gJjeiismarckSrUmtt*. BISMARCK, SATURDAY, MAT 24 1879. BA§OSIC. The regularcoinmnnicationsof Bismarektodge So. KO, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 „. J,,„,b«.to^.n^^ll.lli!n- EMER N. COKEY, Sec. I. O. F. Tfiere^orar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 J. O. O. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Taes day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. J. M. CARNAHAN, N. G. LOUIS HECHLER, R. Sec.. BKMOIOUS SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D., rector. Services at the brick'school "house every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Stnday school after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. METnODIST CHURCH—Services every San d:iv at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately after the morning cervices. Prayor meeting every Thursday even- GEO. PRESBYTERIAN CBURCH-Corner of Thtiv er and Second St., Rev. S. G. Dodd, Pastor. Sab­ bath services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ...

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. — 31 May 1879

mikm ChicaFo ft wf-: -n '^tM? Us .4?oi w* W, ."-sta o{ K'S. v'Lytfv JukiT c~U f?.fn*v "'jfe'.-ji-'tt wj|s7 ba Y'j i.' -/tv -/n-jo I .*/n 1 VOL. VII. & Northwester 1 /{j'IVi liV*,* trt .-n-. ~ro ",.t-f,-£i £,?i» 'M[fe[T t- Hates and lewi. Otpt. Bmdl has at last secured his half million Qu»«n Victoria was 60 years «ld on -Saturday last. Th« Okia* Democratic convention will be held The Seaate has deTermiiied to conllrm the unsay prametlona. tlpey oarsman and hia little beat went our SUpra laat week.^^w fFJ The Hemestakemill,XcadClt7»ls using Biack HUlfMal forltael. Pat Kelly, of St. Paol, got tho lion's share of the Indian contrasts, Thnrman will probably be the Democratic can dldate for Governor in Ohio. A rehearing has finally been granted in the Coach mnrder case, Deadweed. Elch ailver mines are said to have been dis oevered near Hot Springs, Arkansas. Homestake stock is selling in New Torkat $34.8?K Old Abe at $7 in San Francisco. The President declines to approve the findings ...

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. — 31 May 1879

C^f?^TYRAWLE\. A large party is assembled to celebrate the feast of St. Partridge at ®avelstoke HaH an old country house about two tnil«B distant from the northwest corner of Devon. The Various branches of Eng­ lish society are very fairly represented by its component parts. There, are two peers, three members of the lower hoi some^aardsme&^some -unciergjaduates, [LI and a lieutenant in the A cleri navy. 'Buf-Our hero is not a representa tive man yet he belongs to.a.claasjghichT jalied"lnto existent by tlie accumulated on xhie Increase. Frederick Tyrawley~""ft&s fought in 6t ana' xvas^waifdered for mofe1rfh^.tw() ~.fT!AiCI&iiLiELu6j |SrT,wa] r.. ,^ years Hiem idle'1:o isle^o¥ tBe:Pacjis|c"c,A mysterious rasepiitatiorf /hoyersfjround him. He is supposed to liavp..done many things, bujfc no ope is _very -thes-^e: and it" is rnot likely tion on- fh'e -pdint Tfriil %e 'obtainyd^wm him, for heKsfeiaomntalkamucti, and never speaks of Jiimself. His present mission appears, to b...

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. — 31 May 1879

WASpMAG^ It has been asserted that Jan vernon was the boldest most cruel bushwhacker in Virginia during the war. When Sher­ man entered the Shanandoah Valley, some of our foragers ransacked the house occupied by Mrs. Vernon, others stole all the poultry and live stock, and when the third set came along there was a tragedy. a valley^ were lfefclff al baSd UsituatUmr| They ndtfood -hungry foK-Ki agers demanded a meal, and not a living thing had been left on the farm. The woman, despairing and desperate, made a fierce personal attack on the men who had entered her house, and in the strug­ gle a gun was discharged and the heavy ounce ball killed two of her children, as they clung to her skirts. The foragers were no better than thieves in this instance and had the official Attempt Jo (Jj^eojer, their identity been succesaral, 'th^would have received just punishment. Acts that should forever curse the perpetrators, were often committed by foragers, un­ known to the officers in authority, ...

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. — 31 May 1879

nrv- I 1 I I I I- I qteMmuodi HEriinttK* BY C.fcLOUItSttllBY, VinxTi tt \v. Six Month*, Three Months ,' ADVERTISING BATES-: Transient.—Display, Oae iirth, -one time1 $1 BObeeqaent insertions, SO Cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rater Legal Notices.—Seventy-ftfe cents per folio for first Insertion and IftyCentB peS- fofio for each •abseanent insertiMb Contract Rates.-^One inch, thrfie lftOnthfl,- $5: til inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 laches, $35 20 inches, $50. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an nam, $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 monthly. BieOUBC^. SATURDAY, 'MAT tit, 1879. ?l *"jf f,"/^am THE TRIBUNE has passed into the hands of its original founder, Mr. Lounsb&ry, who this week assumes editorial and busi­ ness control. Of course under his man­ agement it will be Republican, and in view of the shape politics are...

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. — 31 May 1879

The Mandan m'h Mtfbwta »ow ItW) MMlifeek ...fieDenl BiefleetfoM. .._ ".T^Theie to s^cetya^usfoess house in '1Bismarck thaitj^^ increasing. bo&ness toienlarge its facili- Two Ray- ffPPd lbiiMjit .ibeJaj^«.brj^k..Mock^rhich fee now^oTOttpl^TiSSSg befonTthifJ.lV. Watson & Bro.wero, forced put of their cramped rooms into theix- present capa­ cious qoarters. -Last fall HetiA^ii^diriDBac extended their quartera-until they became the largest in the city, putting in afire proof cellar much larger than the stand occupied by. them, five 'years ago. Slat teiy, Wakeman and others, also, enlarged and now comes '. ::~:.L.-.. DAK EISENBERO C\ "with his magnificent new structure, which was thrown open for business last week. The building, without exception, is the neatest in "the city.r Nothing neater or •better arranged could be found in St. Paul, even. Unusual good taste is shown in every department, in the displaylas well as in the selection of goods ana in the building and its appointme...

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. — 31 May 1879

.r ... .• T.rt'o.-.... 'Aw English Detective's Advci One of my journeys called Ae^SWSy ft town in Suffolk, where I was ordered to take charge of a prisonep*te be idischanred in which he lbtd been undergoing a year's imprisonment for a criminal assault. The man had been let out on a ticket-of-lS5?s£ from the Defence hulk at Woolwich, and had srapdny. as i1^ai^r£dr troublejpdwn ihegc^&ijcy? ,' merely! "want&L'j^ |x|cdn^|ete bis ^mey nal sentence—4ia^im^ broken/bis tfckeWfl| leave—rthSre ciijuld tje (nw M®tnerf atout pretending higi^ingi# using such precautions for his safe keep­ ing as seemed best to my judgment. Just as I was about 4§Aea,w ttan&ce in Bow Street, one of niy*eomlradfe8, winf whom I was rather intimate, came in, [vGdiiig out,. To^'^he fas^ Ciiiy-tellirig- him^Wte're was biStr ^continued, "Better have this My journey .down-to Suffolk calls "for no particular notice. jc .1 zi:o\. In due time the railroad deposited me at pay destination, and left me with! ample...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 31 May 1879

tsii rap }liD TIMES Jl" y, dtoil theslumbero" [^^aJleyjOf drear it pflwftfftppgBgiiMd roses wi AntfiunSiflWaB «^bri|httbi«wn hair That waved in the morning beams.. ., Soft eves of azure and ejresof bgOMnp -aiS »rfl And snow-white forehead are there A glimmering cross and a glimmering crown, A tlfrrnY_bgd%nd a_ cpuch tof doWBT J. rmffifBmh. A breath of spring in the breezy woods, Sweet wafts from the quivering pines Blue violet eyes beneath green hoods, A bubble of brooklets, a s^gjjtpf^uds, BiM TWrblersftmd clambeHngiVines, 4 Three golden links of a broken band, A tiny track on the snow-white gand^ ^43 ~%r A tear and a sinless brow. Thei^fiAltn^tu^ffofgrief in th^beautiful song, Ttfat ^obfeWtWe Slumbrous[ affy -w And loneliness felt in the festive throng, Sinks down on the soul as it trembles along" From a clime where the roseB were. ., .,. We heard-it first at-dawn of day, And it nrnigled with matin chimesj? But yeTirs'ftavfe dist&nccd the bfeautiml lay. And its melody flowctli...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 31 May 1879

&r If- N y. 'g:' W. fc* fo# I w: 8Wptng^k^me. BISMARCK, SATURDAY, MAT SI, 187». LOCAL LEVIES. ?A5..~$i%£ki$ ®Hg. k* Miles Citywillhave a drugstore. Jg l|f It's businesa at ctfieJevee now-a-day* ll Inspector General Gibbon YisitedLin ooln on Tuesday. ^4 The Sunday school picnic is postponed till next Saturday.,. D. T.' Bramble, wholesale grocer of Yankton, is in town, f|ftl Mr. St ric'kland, of ihe St. Paul Fire Marine, was in town Thursday. Indian storied on the line of the exten­ sion are common but groundless. The travel to Montana, this year, is no­ ticeably larger than it was last season. The Benton line, last week,'' took tip 150 tons of stamp mill forthe big Penobscot .. mine. i~Myv Ca.pt. Logan, of Keogh, bought one of the largest retail lots of dry goods ever sold in Bismarck. A gentleman representing 250 Scots has gone into the Yellowstone country t« find an American home for them. The oats sown on the Steele farm near 17th Siding are now fifteen inches high. They were ...

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. — 7 June 1879

mc?. \s vJ. /jfe iitft 3 '*i^L 8a*yAH YAV"."i .f hoaJf f'Cif JlaUi-yl ,ieflqB'«30torl^ jxcrxII^C ^jser^xocxk S ••... ?u w&Hda'I r~ rr- VOL. VN$'W3 A ME WS13TI XOTE 8. All of the military appointments and promo­ tions have been confirmed. A letter reached the dead letter office a few •days ago having S12 000 In it. Freight is now sent'ftpm Chicago-tp New York for seven and'one-Kalf cents' per cwt. The goverjamen^^ha^ p.afd $855,486t664 o^ ~itc~ •count of pensions since the late^ war, The Fitz John Porter case has been laid before Congress, without recommendation. ?r Conover has been nominated collector of inter­ nal revenue for the district of Florida, Rattle-snake oil at one dollar an ounce is now a popular cure for rheumatism in New York. The President bas nominated Hon. Geo. W. McCreary to succecd Judge Dillon, resigned. The Duke of Argyle is visiting the Marquis of Lome. Loid Walter Campbell accompanies him. A stinging reply: The wasp is a stem-winder. —New York Herald. In a ...

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. — 7 June 1879

i&I' §1 ii .• wilt§ mmi A PRAYER IN PRISON. It Attracted Attention and Established the Innocence of a Suspected Thief. The case of the hotel cashier who is accused of making away with a fifty dol­ lar note belonging to a colored sailor-boy has brought to mind many stories of mon­ ey that was supposed to be stolen and afterward turneaupixuunexpected places, sometimes in time to save the accused person from punishment, and sometimes not. Amoug others is a serio-comic case in which a young, girl was saved from un­ just punishment through the intervention of Mr. Lewis'Leland, of world-wide hotel renown, how one of the proprietors of the Sturtevant House in this city, but, at the time of the story, was connected with the Metropolitan Hotel. 1 "It was in 1862," said Mr: Leland to the Times reporter yesterday, "when I was'in the Metropolitan Hotel. I was just on the eve of taking a trip to California, and Judge C- of Illinois, who was a guest in the house, was going too, but he was goi...

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. — 7 June 1879

-ACBITIC'S COMPLAINT. We met the other morning, andl^old-hina to his face, *. That his verses were prevailed by a harmony and grace That made them quite refreshing, and told himlVassure '-That his jjatronymic musjfcal wofald evermore I praised his Bryon collar, and his melancholy smile, Maud r\ 'i And I vowed he looked romantic in his vener­ able tile I told him: af' I quoted from his literary sweets,'• That he looked as meditative as the late la­ mented. Ke&ts. In ecstasy I murmured that' the world would e'er applaud His pathetic little poem to bis cousin Lady And I furthermore assured him that his al­ legory, "Pet," .. In beauty quite reminded me of Gareth arid Lynnette. I told him—yes. I told him—I told him all his lines •Were as rich with thought and fancy as Ne­ vada is with mines I swore his jingles set my mind, like glasses, all a clink, And he never even whispered, will you come and take a drink. vY Jack Bullet's Broken Heart' BY M. QUAD. A hundred men were digging for g...

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. — 7 June 1879

1 $ toy I I 1 ADyEKTffljJKG RAlfcfrv l'ransk^^Bi«day« One inch,^e Afaet $1 bseftUMtinMrtMnf^Sp cents: adStional-llnesj. (ObSBSu .,"' _LegarjToUces .—be veil ty-five cents perTollo for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each eysmssp™"** Inches: fee'siHKr^e'moflth^' $10^ tfiiiiHe»,5.$fo 10 incbee,'$£S&2£t> inches, $501 Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $}Pi,jad4itioi}al,lioeB .'tBaiatl incbea, JSOi: til Loc'al business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion, .u-ilnin.'-l »:. .« .l u.h. :v Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills ^r/At^rp^ug*jiyiltcb0.t®®ll^pJe4 monthly. OSuji-KIQI ^OFFICIAF DIRECTORY. 0 a so _\ "ffhe rejmlflr (AmmnnifcatioBsof Bismarck Lodge Tso.1'20, A. F. & A. M., are held in tbeir hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially vited. r-f JOSEPH HARJS, W. M. EMER ]& COKBY. S^c -{. f' "r* BELiaiOVS SERVICES. 5 .EPISCGI*A1, .J, G. Milter, B. T).,'rdctoi'.""'Scrvi6es at...

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. — 7 June 1879

STEAMER tellowst&NXVBM IN BUJFJFAJLO RAPIDS. W& Loss About* $51,000 .sured .--Summer Prosj?ejcts| River Gossip. WBECK OP THE YELLOWSTONE. The steamer Yollowstoffp* met -with \a: serious accident on Wednesday 'The worst place in the navigable portion of the Yellowstone river is Buffalo Rapids, twelve-miles below Keogfr. In passing over them, going up stream, the Yellow­ stone seems to have' struck something and down to the bottom she went. The extent of the dam­ age is not yet Known, but wiU bq fnUy covered by insnrance. The Yellowstone cost about six­ teen thousand dollars and her cargo-'was valued ,at thirty-five thousand. The own^r of.the boat js Dr. A. Lamme, a merchant.of Boz&man, Mori tana. The cargo was principally his ojvn., Oth­ er Bozeman merchants will be losers to aEmall extent. The hold of the vessel was filled with perishable goods. .-.,04 deck.there. were wagons and farming utensils that would naturally be saved. Later information may give something more de...

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. — 7 June 1879

Parting.! rr!!r^S^'d6Wriand fcSTme The da^Js n^af /w A muilvni Why can not 1 rejoice that in thy heart ,8weet love,-will bloom again-whem.I/am Hleepirig?|/^|-' i| Nay—make no promise. would place-no ban Upon thy future, even wouldst thou let me. Thou hast most truly loved me like a many... It has been found from the examina /ftwm of along series of observations that the time of the greatest number of spots •-recur in about eleven years. The last took place in the summer of 187i. In that year and the preceding they were frequently observed and measurements made of their size at the observatory in this city. On two occasions a'"spot was' observed with the naked eye which was at least 50,000 miles in diameter. In 1,639 spots of29,000 and even 74,000 miles .are recorded. In 1816 they were seen on several occasions without the aid of the telescope. The readiest way to observe the spots is to receive the iihage of the sun either on a screen or paper marked by perpen­ dicular, and horizont...

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. — 7 June 1879

THBSBRO OF SAN A3TT6NIO. HI.Heroism and WoBderfklAcMe^ementa/ Fromthe SM Aatoiiioir*"'^ ^!^1'** The creditable celebration of San Ja cinto day, at different places in our state (not including the Alamo city, we confess with J§gw?t),rh^yft. ii^irally caused thp Twinda of ttinki^r toe»to revert to more than one thrilling "eveit of the war for Texan independence, and to contemplate with more profound admiration than ever, the sublime characters of the heroes. As those events and patriots pass before the mind's eye,: none stand out with more prominence than Benja­ min R. Milam, the hero ot San Antonio, and a genuine son of the "dark and bloody ground." The' .following interesting sketch of his llfe from ^Thrall's recent history of Texas, should at this time be read with peculiar interest by the people of this city: He distinguished himself as a soldier in the war of 1812, and at itii close became a trader and avenlurer among the Indian tribes on the head waters of the Texas rivers. We n...

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. — 7 June 1879

f4. LOCAL LEVIES/ vL* Made «y" •^rlfenne^WeportersIn Their Bounds Abo«t tke €l|y.^:j Mr. Bly is bnildingia fencife arollrid'tlie park. __ ,,A Dan Eisenjbergjias swung a wire sig| across the^eefc 11$$- £$|i Hon. E. A. Williams has just completed a neat little office on 3d St. The boys in the freight office are-worked early and late with the rash of freight. The Fargo Republican devotes consider­ able space to Bismarck men and things. Tom Jones, lost his foot race with Deckert, last Sunday. JPeckert is a-daisy. A "want" advertisement in' the Pioneer Press locates Fort Mead near Bismarck. Dictricli has a bonanza in the omni­ bus business between Bismarck and the landing. Br. Porter's farm under the care of "Mr., Wallace, is looming iip £s the finest in the county. There seems to be mani$ for. fine' horses in BismairCk. Everyone has a flyer or wants one. Sixty four lieacfi oft^bnt&nalMjattlei 'for Hallett & Keating came down on the steamer Montana. The telegraph busing, at Manda...

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. — 14 June 1879

3vV„ /•./. It ,|i S^»* '^-.t-sak Zl^—'-r4- J$& *^*v^*^- 4"* vty' M, $/ %*, .*"** VOL. VII- "l^-l AJETFS 1JJD NOTES. The Zulu military bands play "Hold the Fort" to perfection. Matt Carpenter is suiciding. Too much cigar Is what ails him. Senator Chandler is said to he fairly on the track for the presidency. Core Bennett and Mrs. Smith, the Jersey City lovers, were, sentenced to be hung. The electric light has become so perfect that it casts a shadow behind a gas jet. Cush Davis is said to be a possible dark horse in the Minnesota gubnatorial race. -. Eight hnndred lodges of Sitting Bull's Indians are reported south of the British line. Parr, who murdered his daughter, cheats the gallows through the means of suicide. A highway robbery was perpetrated between St. Paul and Minneapolis a few days ago A military telegraph line is being constructed from Fort Ellis to the new Jtilk river posts. A New York girl died last week from the effects of a pin swallowed by her about a year ago. ...

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. — 14 June 1879

v.*tA WOMAN'S STORY. rtBbiat DOCTOR SCOTT PABB. should have been better. I might ^Tiave been worse. How much better, how '•$ much worse, the story will disclose. Iha&just entered my seventh year when my father, M. Viele, gave me anew mother in the person of the handsome .and imperious widow of one Colonel La lor, and a brother in Mrs. Lalor's only •child, a boy of twelve. Albert Lalor, who with his nandsome .face, strong will and pleasant ways, soon became my master, ruling my impetuous •spirit with a success that no one else 'could. Madame Viele looked on witlx a proud, self satisfied smile, and more than •once I heard her murmur in her sweet "tones: "They must marry, Philippe. Your "Vi. must be my Albert's wife. And iny father would laugh and nod ihis head* approvingly, evidently well •pleased with the idea. But these happy, days slipped by all too rapidly. It was near the close of a bleak winter •day that I reached iJray Fell. But bleak as it was my handsome, stately stepmoth...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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