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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1879

9 1 Adam Interviewed. BY JOEL SLOPER. I have met Adam and interned hinr The genuine, original Adam,*. Edison and I found him. Winding up- the me gatherone, and pointing it eastward, Edison said: ktNow, Sloper, look through while I turn the crank, and tell me when you have the right focus." "Hold on easy now Darwin's 'rniss ing liflk' just passed before the lens." "O, no, it was only that chap with the eyeglasses," replied Edison "I'll have you out of the range of Washington Square soon." A few more turns of tlie cranE spread the rosy Orient out before me, and drew aside the curtains of its dreamy past, as mighty centuries were passing in review like a panorama before the monster lens of Edison's latest invention. O, beauti­ ful, grand and glorious were those pic­ tures of tbe dead and misty ages, in their tints and linens purple and gold Nineveh, Babylon and Tyre, there they were rushing past with the centuries seen for a moment in a flash of burnished steel heard for a moment in th...

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. — 28 June 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. In Hade by Tribune" Reporters Their Rounds About the City. Fargo will have anew freight depot. Thomas Fortune has a little fortune— boy. Both the public and Sisters1 schools are now closed. '-.c Vf?- The Stark party will leave in the morn jng on a special. Gen. Whipple will visit the Yellow­ stone park before he returns. The brass band will reorganize and be in trim for the Fourth of July. Alex. McAskell caught the two bears near town and brought them in. The buffalo got out of the park b*t was recaptured in Kobidou's corral. The soldiers at Stevenson are plentifully supplied with vegetables from their own gardens. The Josephine carried up two hundred sacks of flour to the hungry Indians at Wolf Point. It is expected that the Keogh mail ser­ vice will be made a daily next month. That's business. Mr. C. S. Weaver is the happy tather of a second son. W. H. Stimpson and E. G. Paddock also rejoice. The United States Court convened at Fargo on Tuesday. The grand jury is gri...

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. — 5 July 1879

if ."•S 4#- ,^'I sF*. $- 3S After the burden, the blissful mead After the flight, the downy nest After the furrow, the waking seed After the shadowy river—rest! Minnie Walton, the actress, is dead. Prince Jerome Is -now styled Napoleon V. Conkling has been in Congress twenty five years A retired Boston fireman calls himself an ex spurt. The Democrats are disposed to read Bayard *xxt of the party. Lawrence County warrants are now rated at seventy five cents. Chicago has a population of 537,000 according te the last directory. The Grand Forks Herald, published by Win ship. has madc its nppearanc. Lieut. John A. Totten, lias been transferred from 1st Infantry to the Artillary. Lieut. Rosseau,of the 20th, Infantry, is held in .3®,000 bail for killing Dr. Eivers. Four different lines of railway are projected down the Red River valley toward Pembina.. Congress has adjourned at last.- The President will not call another extra session. Zack Chandler gave the rebels in congress .several part...

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. — 5 July 1879

A SPRING POEM SPRUNG. The cow gambols over the gpeen, And the turnips sprout in'the sou While out steps the buckwheat cakc, And in steps the red rosy boil. The awnings are yawning above us, The whitowasher laugheth in glee And the ladies are bobbing around To see what new styles they cansee. April bills are just ready to blossom, The corn-doctor hovers around While the merchant stirs up his trade, And the fanner likewise the ground. The bees are beginning to bumble, The haw-tree gives out a haw-haw The beer trade commences to brighten, Arid the free-luncher getteth bis slaw:' Then soon will the hard-organ grind "Gentle Annie" and "Grandfathers Clock," And the festive cat will yell on the fence— Also auctioneers selling old stock. But with all these joys there are sorrows. And the worst, we desire you to know it, 16 the budding of that incomprehensible thing That is known as the gentle spring-poet. A WOMAN'S SWEET REVENGE. A S E O He had been gone sone time, and Vio­ let stood gazing...

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. — 5 July 1879

st Continued from sixth page ., and the spring wind blew strong and cold across the fields, bringing sheets of flakes with it now and then as it whis­ tled along in its stronger blasts. 'A. quar- ter of an hour had passed since the clock in the carriage house had counted out the strokes of 9. The man waiting at the end of the avenue turned his back tc the wind, struck a match rather impatiently, and consulted his watch. An oath reached the end of his tongue, but its utterance was stopped as his eye caught sight of two dim figures hurrying down the road. "1 thought you would never come," he said, as ha pushed the gate for them to pass out. The taller of the two females did not reply as she. took his proffered arm, but drew her thick veil more closcly about her face. Th6y walked on for some time without speaking, the man and one woman in front, while the other woman kept close to their heels. "I wish you had permitted me to bring a carriage, Violet. Is it very far?" asked the man pres...

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 July 1879

ihf«J3 0-: BY C. A. iOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION RKTES:. WEEKLY, One Year, ©250 Six Months, 1 80 Three Months 75 k\ ADVERTISERS ^TE& ."V £. ai'Transient.—Display, Oneiffch, one time1 ft subsequent insertions, 50 ccntB I additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. 1 Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and fifty ccnts per folio for each subsequent insertion. r' Contract Kates.—One inch, three months, $55 .244 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, ,$16 10 inches, $25 :20 inches, $50, Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2^501 Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will he collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASOXIC. "ii %J/ 1 he regular communications of 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 standing are cordially in­ vited. JOSEPH HARE, W. M. EM...

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 July 1879

CELEBRATING THE FOURTH -v RI® •s AMUSEMENTS EXTENDED TO •W ir BISMARC ML JPA TRIOTS. -.fe ,t' •^•ant^an Steals Bismarck's Cannon Celebrates—Emmons S tQ"|? be Court Martialed--~ S& Thd Ball i^O \k?/ \s/ I THE DAT. v~.f The glorious old Fourth has come and 60n®-*The small boy has expended his sev­ enteen cents which he had saved for pow der, and the patriot has yelled himself hoafte at the sight of the "old flag. The day was ushered in with genuine patriot­ ism. Old rusty shot guns were brought down from the garrets, and filled with ^6|sh°ti paper and sand, belched forth their hearty appeals as early as 2 a.m. Several parties became so enthusiastic that the 1 \V town couldn't hold them, whereupon the "swett-box" was brought into requisition. The horribles held high carnival, and baseball, horse racing,glass-ball shooting, two theatres and a ball filledithe day's pro .'\*ramme. Raymond's private fire-works in the evening filled the sky for a tew moments with all colors of the rain-...

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 July 1879

iMiss about her throat. "Bow-wow," BAG. ... UI will not wit another Iay," said Norfolk -Stanley—a stout, middle- JZeed lady, with a -runbicundicon tenancy aiuvenile straw hat perched on the bridge of her nose, and many under onyx beads wound responded her little dog Bijou. Nephew Dick, presumtive heir ot the lady, had failed to meet her at Turin, as agreed, and she had been forced to wait '•twenty-four hours, without result. She was deeply incensed, as became a British spinister with a neat property in Derby­ shire, and funds in Turkish and Indian loans. The bag was produced by the maid. It was a large bag of black leather. Bijou eyed it. apprehensively, yet with resignation. The tiny terrier, with eyes likf» shining beads, an inquisitive nose, and black body, with a patch of soft velvet brown on breast and paws, jumped into the outside pocket ot this traveling mansion, and submitted to hay­ ing the strap carefully adjusted over his prison in such a manner as allowed a reathing spac...

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 July 1879

I Vt iP 'Jfif \r &< Jg M.. -," -•k SLyf-)* j-Jfc -s «,!! 'j v& PRIVATES TOM GATES. Jon (floor, fr v^vi A small, square room, dim with, tobac co smoke, poorly lighted by a single lamp around a hugh stove a group ot men, wearing the blue and gold of Uncle Sam's livery very shabby the blue, very tarnished the gold, atter the long sum­ mer campaign on the dusty prairies and the grimy Bad Lands. As the fierce wind howled around the little log cabin, driv­ ing the snow^ through the loose window frames, until it iiay ih' minature embank­ ments the little company drew still closer to the friendly stove, and one and another told his tale ot past ad­ venture and stress of circumstance, until the old doctor, whose gray hair might have earned for him some more cheerful home than a frontier outpost in which to pass his evidently hale old age, said in his slow, quiet way: 'Well, my boys, you've each had your say and not asked the old man for his anec­ dote yet but your getting a trifle...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 July 1879

-v* •*'. ill %m 'r V" »i?V LOCAL LEVIES. ^r J. 5,^KST- Their S«uda About the City* The crops were not injured by Monday's storm. ... Tlie big mill is loioming: Work is now in progress on the third stoiy. Services at the Episcopal Church next Sunday at the usual time and place. Dead wood pays $250 for the Seventh Cavaliy Band for Fourth of July purposes. The Lincoln boys in blue badly scoop­ ed the citizens of Bismarck in the ball game last Tuesday. A press of land office notices forced the Grand Forks Plaindealer to issue a sup plement last week. Among the attractions on the 4th were a brood of four young eagles which might have been seen at Braggs. Dietrich run a four-horse bus to Man dan yesterday. Joseph keeps up with de­ mands of the business every time. 3 UK Marsh is building a nice two story house, corner Meigs and Fifth Sts (J. b. Wearer & Co. are the contractors. Dr. Burleigh purchased the damaged cargo of the Yellowstone and has opened a store of general merchandise at ...

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. — 12 July 1879

-rlKU vj"--r m, r# f.'^flT"a"»i'' v"' 1 ^rg^-jr '\'£-:',.&if! & BSUfitt8 .J .3 ^Ml3W?l oil 2B3MMH3TAW-i i. .T .ci ,aosup*ais £. a/vaip .SftO'JOLI ,3'"I7.IV,r .a/. ^I'Oi-C J. /'.".''' 4.VB NOTES. nuo«eiM n.iti •".: The potato bags are raiding Maine thla year. "Lame JoJinny,11 the horse thief, waa Jynched at Baffalo Gap, last week. The New York HtraWs steam yacht haa etart i*» pofcr#xpedition. 0 4J Lieat/So^inBon is building a little steamer Cor plaaeurc, to run on Devils1 Lake. llev. HiL' Williams, of Lonesbor», Minn., charged with rape, was acquitted. Uen. Humphreys, now retired, was forty-eight S»ff i» the U. S. military/service y, bleorhcad haa a high-toned forger in tic coun­ ty jail who is want«d in New York. Daa Castello and Tom Miller are about organ­ izing acircus from Black-Hills talent. Though the King of Siam flogs his ministers few die ajid none resign all the same.» 7 rr,- Sam Carey has deserted the greenback party •and returi^d' to the Democraticj camg. ',.. A M...

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. — 12 July 1879

,' THE DECEITFUL REPORTER. XEBCHANT. Kind reporter, I've important information, Sing bey, the-kind reporter that you are. About a certain dry goods inundation, ding Hey. the cheapest goods in town by far, BOTH. •The very cheapest eoods in town by far. REPORTER Good fellow, injgonmdrftiM^Afl^iifcspeaki Siri.g hey, the-mystic merchant that you are The answer to them vainly I am seeking, fling hey, the cheapest goods in town by far. BOTH. The very cheapest goods in town by far." 1 JfERCH^T.^ Kind reporter, on to-morrow ITlbegoing Sing ney, the boss reporter tliat you' ar To New YorkTand soon, then, Illbe showing The biggest stock—but take you this cigar. ,.r. BOTH., The very cheapest goods in town by far BEPOBTEB. v, Good fellow, you have given timely warning, Sing hey, the thoughtful merchant that you are Til whoop you up lively in the morning, Sing hey, the merry fifteen-cent cigar. .= O The merry, mevry'fifieen-cent cigar. 1 P. S.—It was the reporter that got the puff. —Cincinnati E...

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. — 12 July 1879

fc ,uMNGFpLIA)W ^PAiSS^-, & Hi JtlSSBB&L^ v, How cold arej,tliy baths,Apollo. Cried the African monarch, the splendid, As down to a bath in a swallow Tailed coat he descended, *v* Uncrowned, unabashed, un Attended, JL How cold are thy baths, Apollo! —Cincinnati Enquirer. Note—It will be observed that the durned •unatic didn't have sense enough to turn on the hot water spigot. A SCHOOLHOUSE ATTACKED A young man from'the West, Mr. G. P. Glecldale, has given the writer the fol­ lowing graphic and thrilling incident of the last Indian war in "Western Iowa and Minnesota, which I append in nearly his own words: I had the fire to build at the schbol house that morning, and started early. It could not have been more than half vast seven when I left home. The older boys took turns building the fire and sweeping out. The boy whose turn it was toot the key home at night, and was expected to have the house warm before the girls came at the regular school hour. It was about a mile from o...

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. — 12 July 1879

1 Et£ W *"4SFW4$£' u' 3m -•?&' v" #fV iV ^•Ff'^. "'v' BY 0. A. LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION RAT5S: .. iWEEKiir, Ono fear, $2 50 S ix on 1 5 0 Three Month* :hr 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Displays One inch, ono time' $1 subsequent insertions, SO.cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Leml Notices.—Seyeflty-five cents per. lolio for vflrst insertion and fifty cents per folio for 'each subsequent insertion. Contract Jiates..—One inch, three months, $3: 84 inches, three months, 8J0 5 inches., $1S 10 lnchc«, $25 20 inches,$8(V Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2."0. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each -insertion: Original poetry, $1 per line. All hills for -monthly. Advertising will be collected OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. e#*. 'MAsoanc.'^ The regular commnnfeatlons of Bismarck Lods. No. 1$, A. F". A. M., are held in their hall on -4hc first and third mpndays of each month at 7 m. Brothers in-good standing are cordially in -rit...

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. — 12 July 1879

TBE S CENETMAT SCARED UNT HEST "NEARLY TO-DEATH." A Mountain of Flame—A Display of Savage Mimicry for the Ben i' eflt of the Toung and Tal­ ented Editor. The'following isaboutthe liveliest sec­ tion of Stanley Huntley's report of liis re­ cent visit to Sitting Bull and his people: It "was about noon when the Sioux ap­ peared on the ridge north of the camp. As they stood there outlined against the sky they looked more than dangerous. The very, air trembled with their yells, re­ sponded to by the bucks, who had massed in the lower camp: The lialf-breed3 be­ gan driving their horses into the corral,, for the lndians were getting excited and thiiigs looted oniinously. Mothers count­ ed up their children and hurried .through, to the* lodges, and the young girls weffe carefully-stored out of harm'^jcach.,- Fjr a fewinomdnta the yell from'the Kill-tops ceased. Suddenly there came a Wild, un­ earthly shriek, and down the sides of the hill the horses of the-Little Big Horn poured in a resist...

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. — 12 July 1879

•, '\yst -. He jumped on board the®WiJ''i^^r Afld'CHeaV 'Tare^ll! Xuncinda Jane, My precious, sweet ^panda!" Alaslfhow 8o«n he ehaneM Bis cry, And, wUile the tear stootli# Ms eye, He said: ^CprifoUnd Loose Cinder!" .••- '. —i I "•••'••'4 THE POULTRY SHOW. They were two forlorn chickens that landed at the foot of thb garden, where the river ran, fast wedded ii calp of ice, witfi: hardly^y ^ftatjiera,| and with both feet trozen. Marcia took them in and wrapped their poor claws in oil and wool, and fed them in ^.basket, and gave them the air on 'fine Slays by walking abroad with the barret «n her arm, till, as she went by, the neighbors were wont to speak of her as the poultry show. But Marcia was sublimely indifferent to neighbors considering that they existed only for the purpose of "borrowing" and being much more fond of dumb animals than humanity, going about half the time followed by her pets—a bird in her hair, a parrot on her finger,.cats purring: round her feet, and dogs boundi...

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. — 12 July 1879

Not yet, O friend! not yet The patient stars Lean from their lattices, content to wait., All this illusion tilt the morning bars Slip from the levels of the Eastern gate Night is too young,0 friend! day is too near Wait for the day that maketh all things clear- Not yet, O friend! not yet Not yet, O friend! not yet All is not true All is not ever as it seemeth now SpoQ shall flje rijrer take another blue, ,•* Sobn dies yonliglp upon the mountain brow Whjjt l^CTh darkJOKlove .' bright day will fill Wait for thyimormn^.be it goodor ill— Not yet, O love! not yet. -Bert Harte. TEN GREAT GALS. At the age of sixteen, before we shed our "roundabout," we contracted t© "keep school" in District No. 5 for $12 per month and "boarding 'round." We knew very'well the little red school house, standing at tfiefexact centre of the district, on the borders of a mighty swamp, the larm-houses scattered about the hills. And we also knew the chronic nuisance of that particular school a squad of half-a-doz...

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 July 1879

"-i- -rr— -J» --¥*t X««e fcy: Trlbue leHrtei* In ," Their loute Abo*t the Cl»y. Monday was a good day for theglazier. Charley Kupift is driving a fear horse coach betweea JJismarck and Mandan. The general court*martial, Col. -Huston presiding, was ordered tp Syt^lto,sitT D6n Stevjebson sold $3^0Wt%6rth "of town lotg' oa his repeat visit to Oaakis. .. Councilraen will please bear in mifid that the council twill meet- Hondav^after- Tlie corincll ^committee ha^*ordefed 1,200 pound bell for the tire company of this city. J. E. Weherdlis Sere wittf/sp carloadj'of tliorou^-bjreii cattle for ibb&Ci ranibh rie& Ft. Benton. ,• The steamer :'Far West brottgh *dio#n the first consignment of sheep ev£iLluijd: et arBismarck. II. Miy Edi^i ofUhe, first National Hank, are building large and liamls^q^r^id^e^.EiurjgQ., Ainhs Co'^gswell, of Minnesota? The wagon train of Galloway & Mc Garvey returned yesterday afternoon from Fort MeMej whither it has been with a large supply of government ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

"4'- '^.sOia A «8U|B .-'S .J 3 Vol. fQ/lnroM .r .Q *oJiAWiaia- ,^/lV jy'jk vii. NEWS AND NOTES, Mary had a little lamp Filled Iftall ofkerosine She took it once to light a Are v, Ana baa not since Senxlne, Calamity Jane la dangerously ill in the Black Bills. f: Judge Bennett and family have returned to Tankton. j, .._,„, «.SjV- -,•?.r Fred Kingsbury was drowned at' Sioux Falls •on the 15th inst. Minneapolis, directory count, has a population •of over^VOOO. rs "*3 Two hundred lives were lost by a shipwreck to the Mediterranean a few days ago. The track is now being laid on the short line between Minneapolis and 8t.Paul. Gov. Robinson vetoed or pocketed 174 bills passed by the last New York legislature, TliaPioneir-Prete demands tie' impeachment of Judge Flint, ofSt.Paul, tot drto|efiejs 1 Col. ^irart Hewitt, of ist. PauK ft dead, iind St. Paul lpses one of Its jolllest^and best citizens/ j- Qov. Rameey will accept^ the position of Secre­ tary of War tendered him by President Hayes. T...

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. — 19 July 1879

'jVsw TOO LITTLE. Johnny and May and Dickey andBell^ We're going down to the Daisy Dell, know you're going, know very well Take me too!" said dear little NelL «Too much bother!" says lazy John.5 May,"Who wants you tagging along?" «Tw Jitfle!" said Bell. "Course!" said Dick "Hurry now, Nellie, and grow up quick. TwTiweetlfps to qui vering-lelf "Too little for what?" said dear little NelL ^-oo little," cried mother, "too little to bear Our portioii in life,—a burden of care. "Too littler heart for trouble to weigh Too little.ior tears a mofnqpfctostay:. Of wrongs and rebu&too little to know From mother's own side too little to go. "Let Johnny and May and Dickie and'Bell' Go frolicking down the Daisy Dell .iif. But mother and Nell and pussy-cat-mew,,}, £i Will have the merriest picnic too." The quivering broke in showers of. .smiles' When mother went on to tell of pies, Of strawbeiiy cakes, and candieis, too, With bread and milk for pussy^at-mew. The four round faces visibly fell,—...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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