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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 June 1879

pyj&t CHANCE. A word unspoken, a hand impressed, A look uaseen or a thought ungucsbed. And souls that were kindred may live apart, Never to meet or know the truth, Never to know how heart beat with heart *. In the dim past days of a wasted yontli. She shall not know how his pulses leapt "WTien o'er his temples her tresses swept As shfe leaned to give him the jasmine wreath She felt his breath, and her face blushed red Witt/ the passionate love that choked her breath, And saddens her life now her youth is dead. A faded woman who waits for death, Ani murmurs a name beneath lier breath A Vynical man who scoffs and jeers At women and love in the open day, id at nighUtime kisses, with bitter tears, /A faded fragment of the jasmine spray. Small Swindling. I Speaking of swindling, I think that New York can hold her own with any city on that score. It seems as though there was nothing too mean for men to resort to for the sake of gaininc a dishonest livelihood. A lady told me, the other...

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. — 14 June 1879

If' & 1 LWJL^BOT. SUBSCRIPTION SATES \rnEiar, One Yeas, $2 50 Six Months, t- .T 150 iThrce Months 75 ADVERTISING BATES: Transient.—Display*, One inch.! 911 time1 $1 subsequent insertions 50 cents additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per lolio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5:, 24 inches, three months, S10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, S50. J- Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, S10 additional lines. $2.50. Local business, notices, 10 cents per line eaGk insertion.' Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will he collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 3IASOXIC. Thcyrezulrir commntticationsof Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. F' & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third- mondays of each month at 7 p. in. Brothers in good landing are cordially in­ vited. -L JOSEPH HARE, VV. M. E.KER N. COREY, Sec. I. O. O...

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. — 14 June 1879

REGULAR RIVER REVIEW. $£Cfz' k$ STROLLS ON THE LEVEE AND NOTES EROM OTHER POINTS. S 'EE A The Storm and Wind Delay SeV" eral Steamers and the Ar­ rivals and Departures Are Not Large. \. ABBIVALS. --t .-•{, Beaton, Fort Benton. 3 liosebud, Coal Banks Far West, Western, Fort Custer Helena, Sioux City 7 Eclipse, Standing Bock. A ~r DEPARTURES, Montana, Fort Benton Western, Yankton Helena, Fort Keogh, Eclipse, Standing Kock The Fontenelle and Peninah will both arrive from Benton next week. The Butte, of the Benton Line, from Benton, is expected here Monday. Str. Red Cloud is expected to-morrow and will leave for Fort Benton Tuesday, une 17th. The Nellie Peck will arrive to day from Fort Keogh and leave to-morrow for Sioux City. The Helena, of the Benton Line made the run from here to 11 uford with 27o tons in two days and"23 hours. She palace steamer, Carrier, will leave here *con for Fort Benton. She is coming up from Mioux City with Benton line freight. The Str. Eclipse, Capt. Geo. D....

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. — 14 June 1879

MEMORIES OF THE tLD KITCHEN. Far back in my musings, my thoughts have been cast To the cot where the hours of my childhood W6f6 P&S66d{ I love all the rooms to the pantry and hall, But that blessed old kitchen was dearer than :Its chairs and its tables, none brighter could t)C For all its surroundings were sacred to me— •To the nail in the ceiling, the latch on the door, And I loved every crack in the old kitchen floor. '_ 'v I remember the fireplace, with mouth high and wide The old-fashioned oven that stood by its 6ide, Out of which each Thanksgiving, came pud­ dings and pies, That fairly bewildered and dazzled my eyes. And then, too, Saint Nicholas, slyly and still, Came down every Christmas, our stockings to fi" But the dearest of memories I've laid up in store, :Is the mother that trod on that old kitchen floor Dav in and day out, from morning till night, .Her footsteps were busy her heart always light For it seemed to me, then, that she knew not a care, '(The smile was so ...

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. — 14 June 1879

HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Profitable Farming. -1 The most vital question affecting the farmer is how to make farming profitable. Especially is this felt in the depressed condition of our markets at^the present time,'when produce of all kinds does not pay the cost of production. Below we give a condensed summary of the more prominent causes affecting the condition of the agricultural class. We do not propose to present to readers all the cause affecting the successful outcome of the farm, but rather to point out the more important and prominent ones. We cull particular attention io the following 1. The enormous loss which many farmers sustain from the neglected con­ dition of the manure piles. 2. From the exposure of farm machin­ ery to the inclemencies of the weather. 3. From the loss which is sustained keeping more animals than the owner can properly provide food and shelter for. 4. From raising scrubby and indiffer­ ent animals, when good ones could be raised at the same cost and tw...

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. — 14 June 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. Hade by Tribune Reporters- in Their Bounds About the City. New potatoes are selling at $5 per bushel. New hay is selling in this market at $8 per ton. Bismarck is supplied /with vegetables from her own gardens. v::' Mr. and Mrs. Charley Louis are happy. They have another little Nappy. Lovet- Gill, has put eighty acres of breaking on his Apple Creek farm. Chaplain Jackson's lecture announced for Friday Evening, was postponed. Arrangements have about been comple­ ted for a national bank at Bismarck. A party from Plienix Mines, Michigan, contemplate locating in this vi6inity. There are one hundred and fifty head of merino rams in town, booked for Montana. George Peoples has fifty-two acres of oats on Alex. McKenzie's Apple Creek l'arm. The city council is discussing the pro­ priety of purchasing a five hundred dol­ lar lire bell. Vice President Starlc will go west on the line of the railroad extension to mor­ row. He will extend his trip to the Yel lowstone. The railroad ...

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. — 21 June 1879

NEWS AND NOTES. "There was a young damsel, oh! bless her, It cost very little to dress her, She was sweet as a rose, In her every day clothes. But had no young man to caress her. Placer miners now receive $2.50 per day in the Black Hills. Dan Scott has resumed his old position on the Deadwood Times. Good. Hon. J. M. Langston, (colored) minister to Hayti, is dying of yellow fever. Eleven men were drowned by a cloud hurst at Buffalo Gap, Black Hills, last week. A claim jumpei was killed by the former occu­ pant at McCauleyville, Minn., last week. The Belle Fourche and Eapid City region is now being sub-divided by U. S. surveyors. Deadwood is about erecting a $60,000 hotel, capital to be furnished by a joint stock company. Gen. Grant protests against the proposed de­ monstration in his favor on his return from abroad. The Press and Dakotaian repors that Major Wm. Smith has been assigned to the Montana pay district. A mica mine is being developed in the Black Hills. Pieces five to eight...

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. — 21 June 1879

V'\y. SONNET. BY C. C. STARKWEATHER.". My other self thou wert in those old days Of song and dreaming, happy days and fair! I strove to catch the sunlight my lavs, Faint rays of thy dear love reflected there. I sane for love of singing and thy praise. Thou and the roses then were friends to me, We strolled together through the sunny ways, Anddreamea aloud to discreet wood and "What hopes were uttered in those petaled hours'! What Visions seen I never more may see My soul drankjn the sweet breath of the flow-. erg And filled itself with fragrance and with thee. Now in the grave for me the sole repose is— Thy heart stays ever with the summer roses When the Ship Comes In. A sweet-faced woman and a sweet faced child are wandering among, the shipping docks of the great city. The woman is plainly dressed, but evidently in her best attire, and there is a touch of gentilfty in her finery, in the real lace collar, relics ot better days, perhaps, the pearl ear-rings and the neat gloves. The c...

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. — 21 June 1879

VNCLE MELLICK DINES WITH HIS MASTER.*^ j*. Oi* marster is a cur'os, man, as sho ps y$ it born! Fs wukln in de crib one day a-shellin' o' some 7 A An' be was standin' at de do' -r ^kriowed 1t"? no sah, not! Or fo' de King! dese jawsirtihe, Pd sely kept 'em shot. But to Bra. Simon, shellin' too, what should I do but say: uVa starvin' sence I lare has eat—a to-day." 'week MelMckf take aseat." ago v' Don .marster cussed and_ hollored: "Here's a shame an' a dus'graceI 'j tf I, so Jong a planted—a starved nigger ron jr ..piac«! j!. -v -v Come,«Mellick, drap datjeorn an' walk straignt to de house wid me A starvin' nigger on my place's a tiring shall I. nebber be." "Hi me ea.t UQPg de white foUts,- sah?" "Yes, Den to -.missis: "Dis starvfed nigger done. fotcb to make 'im eat," An' he'drawed' a big revolver an he drapped. it by he plate— "Gub 'im soup! an' twixt de swallere, don lemme §ee yo' waft." ., Dtt soup was' line, I tell yo', and I hide it mighty soon One eye sot on de pistol an' de ...

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. — 21 June 1879

BY C. A. LQUKSBiRftY, SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WEEKLY, One Year, $2 SO S ix on 1 5 0 Three Months 75 '£•. ... -U—- fj: .«** «».. ADVERTISING HATES^ f'f I Transient.—Display, One inch, one time' $1 subsequent insertions, 60 rants: additionallbies, nonpareil, at saine Tatie. 'Legal Notices.—Sev^nty-fivecents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $?: 8*4 inches, three months, ft10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches,-900. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $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, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASOWIC. The regular communications' of I No. 190, A. P. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondaysof each month at.7 p. m. Brothers in good "landing are cordially-in vitod. JOSEPH HARK, W. EMER N. COREY, Sec. I.O.O.F. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 21 June 1879

STROMA OX THE LEVEE AND NOTES MOM River High amd Bjisixxoas Brisk— -Remarkabte Buir ^'bf tho3i' Butte---Arrivals and 4F \mr. 'A& 4. W* *?',• ia&jk W, ARRIVALS. *r i°8®J?W,,e.Coal Banks, *4 iX/«,^Far Wast, Fort Benton. r' B{ack Hills, Yankton. Western, Fort Custer. Butte, Fort Benton. Bed Cloud, Fontenelle,.. -V c| .£•• Mcleod, Batcheior,Fort Caster. %. ^T- ^DSi'ARTUBES. '••'M ,Bose Bad, Fort Caster. „4t Far West, Fort Benton. il Black bills, Mouth of Big Horn. ... t, yXi -Western,- Yankton. -S?v il if 1 Butte, Fort Keogh. Ked Clond, Fort Benton. .. "Fontenelle, Sioux City. -1 FcHpne, Fort Bice. General Custer, Fort Baford. The KeyWcet is cxpected this evening. Steamer Gen. Terry is laid np at Yankton. The steaitter Big Horn io due from-the Yellow Btoue. She will again load for that riyer. The l?enihah is expected down on Monday from Fort Benton. She will go to Sioux Cfty from here. The Western took on 125 tons Gov't freight at Bismarck and left for Yankton Monday at 12 o'clo...

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. — 21 June 1879

Wit andHumor. Thcre^.wto ^^o^manirif Montana, AS .Atone ghlp fried to gorge a banana^ flfc. .f Tt. atiipDT til Ilifl thriOAt. -n Itsttfcfc in his throat. •I AndihejBtoughtwardidfloatg the beautiful landiofJIc A », Ho the aYouth is the saucy-age of life. Did' you ever have a pig invite, you .to his souse? Tis .butter step from thj^creauvpan. to «hechart f'il 0»JAuL bill. Song of the dry goods clerk—"Swing­ ing in deljune." The 'airs in an opera singer's head are £11 numbered.. A gambler would jrather ^et you out than let you win. A chattle morgage is a lean and hungry ^Cash-us." "W^hen you want to raise "the wind, the million-air is pretty nice Wine is the key which fits the padlock of a man's secrecy. So is beer.' Always keep your" boots" clean, for cleanliness is" a divine attri-bofot.' The man who was lost in-slumber prob ably found his way out on a nightmare Landlords are loosing so much by their tenants that they ought to get up, an in sure-rente company. The force of habit made...

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. — 21 June 1879

1 1 A W BY DOCTOR SCOTT PARR. I should have been better. I might have been worse. How much better, how much worse, the story will disclose. I had just entered my seventh year when my father, M. Yiele, gave me anew mother in the person of the handsome and imperious wi&ow of one Colonel La­ ter, and a brother in Mrs. Lalor's only child, a boy of twelve. Albert jjal(jr, ^ho with his handsome face, s^ng.|wjj[l|ind pleasant ways, soon became my master, ruling ihy^impetuous spirit with a success that no one else could. Madame Yiele looked on with 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 my father would laugh and nod his head approvingly, evidently well pleased with the idea. "l.: But these happy days slipped by all too rapidly. It was near the close of a bleak winter day that I reached Gray Fell. But bleak as it was my handsome, stately stepmoth­ er met me on the steps of...

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. — 21 June 1879

Sv ," fcv. LOCAL LEVIES. 4j iSitii Made by Tribune" Beptrters in Their Bound# Abrat the City. The foundation for the new mill was completed at noon to-day. Tlie Steamer Carrier is bringing a fine horse for Capt. D. W. aratta. The government freight for Fort Ben ton has been nearly all forwarded. John Rowland has opened with a stock of stoves in GofTs building. He exchanges new for old stoves. The Gen. Sherman has gone to the Coal Banks with a load of telegraph poles for the government line from Assinnaboine to Helena. John A. McLean has purchased six hundred cords of government wood at Ft. Rice which is now being shipped to Bis­ marck. The Bismarck Post Office on Monday last issued 34 money orders amounting to ,. $803.24. At the rate of two hundred and fifty thousand a year. Ed McCormack has moved his house back to the street line and is rebuilding it. It will soon be one of the neatest lit­ tle cottages in the city. Horace Stripe has been appointed steno­ grapher for Judge Barnes c...

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. — 28 June 1879

I' !&• 1 I NEWS AND NOTES. Who maketh several ballots grow W here none hath ever .grown before, Is a philanthropist, yon know What will they persecute him for? If rapid voters in their zeal Above the ballot-box cavort, Why crash them 'neath the tyrant's heel— The heel of Johnny Davenport? Kingsbury Connty, Dakota, is about being or ganized. An Illinois editorial party has been visiting Southern Dakota. Weber, the piano man, is dead, leaving an es­ tate of $750,000. James C. Flood, the bonanza king, has $10,000, 000 invested in U. S. bonds. The Republican managers believe Foster will -carry Ohio by 30,000 minority. Ryo six feet in height is reported from Fort Meade by the Deadwood Times. 8ol Star, Deadwood's new postmaster, takes .possession of the office July 1st. An Egyptian obelisk will soon be brought to New York and placed in the park. The committee reported adversely on Corbin's nomination for chief justice of Utah. The death of Minister Langston is reported but the report ...

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. — 28 June 1879

But Jfor This. "MiHicent^Millicent, where is supper?" "God only knows, child." "Perhaps I'd better pray for some then," said little Jane Blair solemnly. "Really I think you haa," said Milli cent, in a soft tone. There she sat, staring into the little fire on which their last atom of wood was burning, and seeing in the red ashes, into which the light wood dropped so quick­ ly, pictures of the past. They had never been rich people, bufc-alwa^s comfortable.- Her father was a seafaring man—first mate of an ocean vessel—and her mother a tidy housewife, who made everything bright, and cosy. How he used to sit telling his adventures to them, when he was at home. He would not have been a sailor had there not been sea serpents and mermaids in them, but nofhiug was too wonderful for those loving folk at home to credit and indeed he probably believed them himself. The rooms had been pretty with shells and coral branches, and bright parrots in swinging cages and pictures of ships upon the wall....

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. — 28 June 1879

my31v7nl The Pacific Sample Room COR. MAIN,AND FOURTH 8T8, 15 1 (Ei«eiiliergr« Old Stand,) EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS Only the CHOICEST LIQUORS and CIGARS Sold. The place lias "been fitted up and abounds with NUMEROUS AMUSEMENTS, Thus making it the most popular resort in the City. Fashionable Dress-Maker, ELDER & CO., Prop'r. MRS. E. SLOAN, AND First-Class Cutter and Fitter, Corner of 4th and Rosser Sts., Bismarck. Mrs. Sloan has had extensive experience in tlie large establishments of Eastern eicics, and is the oldest Dressmaker in Bismarck. JOHN WHALEN, DEALER IN Grain, Flour and Provisions Agent for the Frazee Mills. Try our Four Ace Flour. MRS. LINN, Millinery and Dressmaking. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS ESTAB­ LISHMENT IN THE CITY. New Goods Received Every Week. Latest Novel­ ties Always on Hand. ALL WORK WARRANTED. PRICES REASONABLE. MINNE-HA-HA SAMPLE ROOM Next Door to McLean & Macnider's, Bismarck, D. T. The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in Market. Bottled Milwaukee Lager a Sp...

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. — 28 June 1879

1 Sije Di0marck Sritame. BY C. A. LOUNSB£RRY.. SUBSCRIPTION: BATES: Weekly, One Year, $2 50 Six Months. 1 50 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING SATES: Transient.—Display, I.O.O.F. The resraiar 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* v«ted. J. M. CARNAHAN, N. G. LOUIS HECHLER, R. Sec. BELIftlOlJii) SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev. J. G. Miller, B. I)., rector. Services at the brick school house 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 day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting every Thursday even­ ing at 7:80 p. m. GEO. W. BABNETT. BISMARCK, SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1879. Ax exchange remarks that "whoever says Weston is not an American citizen, in the language now common in the Uni­ ted States Senate, is a blackguard, cow­ ard and...

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. — 28 June 1879

Kaiidan melange. MANDAN, June 27.—This week has seen oar first death and burial. Wednesday morning at about 9 o'clock Mr. Qould's boy, aged about fifteen years, was in 'swimming and got beyond his depth and sunk. Hugh KcPhelan, who was sitting on the bank, threw off his coat and jumped in to save him, but from some cause or other he went down, and didn't come up again. Mr. Relfs boy, Howard, then went in. and brought out young Gould. The alarm was at once given that a man was drowned, and about three (juar ters of an hour after his going in was tak­ en out, and every effort made possible, to resuscitate him. At about 8 p. m. he was buried on the bank of the river in which he had lost his life. May his memory •long be fresh in the minds of his fellow men, for his death was a noble one. No more noble death can a man die than in giving up his life in trying to save an­ other. Wednesday evening a man by the name of Con. made five ineffectual attempts to drown himself and was pulled out ...

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. — 28 June 1879

I fr FOLD IT AWAY. Empty the casket, the caged bird outflown, Back again, back again, earth take thy own Thou who didst give it, thy fairest of clay, Clasp thy arm tenderly, fold it away Fold it away for the loved one has fled, 5- Fold it away for our hero is dead, 5 Fold it away—fold it away for our hero is dead. Carried most lovingly over the sea, ..Bring we our offerings, Longwood, to thee Wanderings over, and full garlands won,, Rcv'rently bring we the dust of thy son, Fold It away, for the great soul has fled. Leave as our treasures his life and his songs, Take in thy keeping what to thee belong Take the wayfarer's inn, God has taken the guest, Ours are the memories, thine is the rest. Fold it away, for the singer has fled. Back again, back again, earth unto earth! Cradle liis slumbers who cradled his birth Take the form tenderly close to thy breast, Gather it lovingly home to its rest. Fold it away, for the tenant has fled. SCARED. The hardships and perils of life upon the bor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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