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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

MBMSSffil THE! SARIN BJ History of John GnftenbaiV-s t'lrst* Prnitc Book. Mr. James Coulter Layard, in a letter concerning the Mazarin Bible, in tbe Lenoz library, recently described in our columns, says: John Gensfleisch of Gutenburg, as he is commonly called, was a native of the city of Mentz. ifl Germany, where he was l^^inj&^yefr ^3§|. TAfiiough life' ih repfbsfS'ted asah^in^coftlfflof a we^th^ famii^-it'dbe/ not -apircar^that he was himself a man of wealth for- he seemed to have labored all his lite undeftlie pres­ sure of pecuniary difficulties, and to have had frequent suits at law. He resided for a while at Strasburg, but returned about 1444 or 1445 to Meniz. He was still struggling with the mighty idea which his brain had conceived, but he was without the pecuniary resources nec­ essary to develop it: ^Hengthvin,14^. he found in one «Jc/bn -Fust, awealfhy goldsmlth of Mentz, a man who was wil­ ling to furnish the capital necessary for the enterprise for a share in its p...

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. — 2 August 1879

1 ISilfe '4 1 *. r*M.,.? -*$& jjfcrte 4fi£t*7~-* *f*v tvA' REST. 'There remaineth, therefore, a rest to the people of ft ?od." God gave tg man the earth, all fair and glow ing, Rich with sweet flowers and fruits, and lofty trees, And grassy vales, their pleasant shades he stowing, And thymy downs to greet the summer breeze. God gave to man the sky all star-bespangled His diamond footprints on the purple height Changeless in beauty^ through their ihizc en tangled. To guid the (way-worn May seek and find repose alone in Him! Deacon Grinder's Experiment. "I hope the children haven't been any trouble to you, Miss Peck said Deacon Grinder, as his one-horse chaise drew up on the green in front of Miss Philena Peck's louse. Mrs. Peck hurried out, all smiles, to greet the portly widower. "The little Mailings?1' cried si effus­ ively. "Trouble indeed Why, deacon how you talk! It's a positive pleasure to have 'em here. I should like to keep them a week." The deacon smiled and shook his he...

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. — 2 August 1879

J? I LOCAL ftVIES. TOMbmb^ Jerry ]mQe lost oi day from 6iuistrok^, AdambMann was Bjsmajpk girown roasty The »)lirttp]^|i .'1... nompleftd Jrhere wau£$&pst last night ~at fard, the metcio^. dropping^o fo] At Bismarck itwks cobl, tnis tcr registering 45, but no frost irf John Wetiigamvras fit r^^ley I Thursday vr ffifone hundred and head o&cattle eVroutc to Bismarck Two thieves tried to got away with a horse from Sol "Sunderland's stable a few nights ago, just as Sol was coming home from the Pacific. Two or three well di­ rected shots saved the horse and brought the thieves to the* ground. Recovering they got away. "'If is well to remark that Sol Sunderland has suffered from tramps and thieves and knows ho*.v to deal with them. He is the best pistol shot in town. Mr..Bragg, of the-Montana M&rket, killed 32 Montana steers last month which netted, dressed, over 22,000 pounds, and they were the smallest from his. herd. The Montana beef in the Bismarck mar ket this year is the...

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. — 9 August 1879

liF&V v*! li tf ki 1 4 a r*. ""'-'*«!,**, tor* c'»x 2, «,. a ••, r^t_^ -"y" stiff iKWHu n' ^HTk^t, -. ,„.IS&£ rv. '. Iff" &'' iu.:,i'.', .jriitW'J 'i. .."4 .,,4 .. .. „., -T JW ••••o '-, t.'^v-.--- =v.-- .-\ -. ~if 1' NEWS AND NOTES. Fargo is Looming. ., Bogardae will bent the St. Paul state fair. The Yonng-Man-not-afraid-of-hie-Sioux—Gen. Miles. It is suspicion from the cradle to the grave, in :France. The New York Herald's daily circulation is 115,000. Cattle and wtol items are frequent in the Ben­ ton Record. Fort Benton wants a first-class hotel and a na­ tional bank. It was Sitting Bull that "go't it d—d quick," -and not Miles. Governor Howard is visiting the old folks in Detroit, Mich. Paris Gibson, of Minneapolis, has a lumber .yard at Benton. Talmage is getting $600 a night for his lectures in London. Gen. Terry has a nicely equipped tent at White Bear Lake, near St. Paul. Delegate Bennett has been visiting points of interest in Southern Dakota. Forty million bus...

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. — 9 August 1879

Ji, PAPLE BLOSSOMS. fe." A lassie lives on yonder liill, Whose Btep is lifjlit as air Her laugb is like tlie rippling rill. Her brow is passing fair. r No eye so bright, no sinile so sweet, *4 •No lip so like a cherry: Of all the maids I've chanced to meet, & Ah, none so blithe and merry! One vernal morn, when still the grass With dew was sparkling bright, —I saw the loveliest maiden pass, And Wondered at the sight, For on her white and beauteous brow— With sweeter cV.arm invested— A wreath, plucked freshly from the bought Of apple blossoms rested. Ah, ne'er did coronal so rare On royal head repose No gem of lud so matchless fair As each half-opened rose. Yet well, me thought, thfe lovely wreath, With dewy drops still laden. Befit the radiant brow beneath Of tnis most queenly maiden. She passed, but still the vision staid, Till in my heart there grew An image beauteously arrayed In blossoms wet with dew. And now—but ah! that tale is told Why o'er it longer tarry? That radiant br...

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. — 9 August 1879

LITTLE ELSIE. ....... Two small white hands, with fingers meekly folded Upon her quiet breast A sweet pale face that seems in. marble mold ed Is she at rest? Did she grow weary at her happy play, And will'she wake again at close of day No little Elsie never more will waken To smile or play The angels (scarce more pure) have come and taken ''v,..''-". Our pet away And yet we think her spirit cannot be More Ipvely than this little form we see. On the dear lips a tint of rose still lingers, Reluctant to depart And as we press the dimpled ice-cold fin­ gers In anguish to our heart, We cannot find it in our hesrts to spare To the dark grave a thing so bright and fair O blind And weak! let us return to Heaven What was but lent a while, Knowing how soon again she will be given Back, with her sunny smile Back, with strange lore within her baby mind, And knowledge which no sage of earth could find. Sleep, darling Elsie— in God's sheltered gar­ den We lay tliee—little flower! Lifting once mor...

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. — 9 August 1879

e. A. LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES* WBEKLT, One Year, Six Months, •i Three Months SS 50 1 SO 75 ADVERTISING RATES :. Transient.—Bfepjay, One inch, one- time? $1 HitbseqaenJ insertions, 50cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Leal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio.foE first Fnsertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months,. $5: 2'i inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $16 10 inches, $25f inches, $30. Professional cards,.four/lines or less,, per an­ num, $10 additional Une8..$2^0. Local baeiness notices, 10 cents per lice each, insertion. Original poetry,. $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly.. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The regnlar .communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A-. F. & A..Mm are held in their hall on the first anft'third mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. JOSEPH? HAR£RW-M. EM.ERN. COREY, Sec. I.O.O.F. The rejjuiarme...

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. — 9 August 1879

RED RIVER VALLEY FIRMS. TWENTY-FIVE SELF- BINDING REAPERS IN LINE. s* Vieit of W. F. Storey to the Dal­ rymple Farms—A Wheat Field Six Miles Long and Four Wide. A BONANZA. [^Editorial Correspondence.] CASSLETON, Aug 6, 1879.—A party con­ sisting of Wilbur F. Story, of the Chicago Times, his beautiful wife, and brother Gen. Henry H. SiWey Col. C. A Morton, St. Paul General Manager Sergeant, and others visited the great farms at Cassleton, to-day. These farms are situated eighteen miles west of Fargo. Dakota, in the heart of the Red River Valley,, and are under the management of Oliver Dalrymple. The Cassleton farms are three in number, and are known as the Cass, Cheney, and Alton farms. The Grandin farm, consist­ ing of 40,000 acres, under the same man­ agement, is down the river from Fargo about forty miles, and though larger than either of the others, is out of the way, and therefore attracts less attention. THE CASS FARM embraces a tract of 3,385 acres, and is owned by a son of Ge...

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. — 9 August 1879

yt I ... i«1AI¥ BLOWN AWAY. There were three of them —Kitty, Mary and little Tommy—the children of the station-master at Black River unction, on the Great Southwestern Railroad. The station stood alone on the open prairie, miles and miles from anywhere in par­ ticular. Black River flowed through the mountains, a hundred miles away to the north and on clear days, the snowy mountains could be seen glimmering on the grassy horizon. The line leading to the Black River met the Southwestern here, and thus it was the place was called Black River Junction. The station-master and his wife and three children lived in the little depot quite happily, but there was not another family within ten miles in any direction. At times the children thonght it rather lonely. Tnere was nothing in particular to be done except to watch the trains that stopped at the junction several times a day. Once in a while, a freight-car would be left on the side-track, and the children soon found that an empty treight ...

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. — 9 August 1879

^.Description of the Tagj Happily The Host Splendid Tomb on eartbJ A correspondent of the New York Her­ ald, writing from India, says: Toe principle which inspires these magnificent and useless tombs is of Tar­ tar origin. The Tartars, we are told, build their tombs in such a manner as to serve for places of enjoyment for themselves and their friends during their lifetime. While the builder lives he-uses the build­ ing as ajiouse of recreation, receives his friends, gives entertainments.. When he dies he is buried within the walls, and from that hour the'building is abandoned It is ever afterward a tomb, given alone, to the dead. There is something Egyp­ tian in this idea of a house of feasting be­ coming a tomb of a great prince, as he walks amid crowds of retainers and friends pi knowing that th? walls that resound with laughter will look down on his dust. This will account for s« many of the stupend ous tombs that you find in Upper India. it does not account for the Taj. If the T...

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. — 9 August 1879

•WP Jw if ii nail W'W"- aaafi'taiBfeBi ,ii •nm wo SK. LOCAL LEVIES. S" ish''," '~ii gJ (iu&}*»J[ try fji|.i ,." 11 1 VS (5 /j-iJlaAe by Tribune" Reporters In Their Bounds About the City*. Cary Wilson is Bick. -.., ... -|t •, ***i Alex McCaskell is very ill. *1 :,,^ The engine house of the Sheridan is under roof. aar Thirty dollars will buy Sol Sunderland's buffalo calf. "Bennett Mills" is the inscription on the railroad side. •••.:• Lieut. Gurley is inspector of Indian supplies at Fort Berthold. Day & Plants received a carload of sewing machines this week. .-'.I., A fire engine started out to Ft. Meade this week drawn by an ox team. The Sheridan is building a large car­ riage house for Stoyell & Laib. Miles City is building a hotel in Chica­ go, and will cart it through in sections. Ex-Mayor McLean, this week, received the patent for the townsite of Bismarck. Forty Berthold Indians passed down to Standing Rock, yesterday, to have a feast. The new transfer boat has three ...

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. — 23 August 1879

*VOL. VII. fa NEWSANB NOTES. "Had dime my way, O beauteous maid^ ""•$ 1^,'. I'd steal akisa! he cried. & "Thenl'd-do ten times worse than that— •v*"" I'd dollarV she replied. ftprague calls it infatuation. Dakota:has .837 miles.of completed railroad.,, St. Paul is constructing an immense market .sk-«p' mF& .:-%k 49*& Montana will produce 1,200,000pounds of wool tUryett. Judge Hilton offers $25,000 A Cuban died last week in New York of yellow fever in Quarantine hospital. Orders arc out for the prosecution of every polygamist inSalt Lake City. The New York Herald has made no allusion to the Sprague-Conkling affair. 'Y| 'The government is building a telegraph line from Helena, Montana, to Fort Bills. The Fargo land office disposed of 689,421 acres of public land during the last quarter, A large addition, costing about $7,000 is being put on the Headquarters Hotel,-Fargo. v*" A colony of seventy^flve Swede families are about settling near Valley City, -Dak. Jane Gray Swishe...

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. — 23 August 1879

AS ENCOUNTER WITH -THER. William Glenn, a yoang. athletic man, lett Portsmo and with hit tV A PAN- the year 1794 _. three-year-old daughte^- trafeftsA ward until the lofty tower ot Washington shut out the polar star. In a quiet secluded dell—now cpmpnsed in the township-of--Jackson ho- tisodhiB rough log-house, and built up his family altar. Broaud acres of rich woodland, yet unmutiiatea by the destroying hand of civilization, stretched out theirgreen wa­ ving biUo^SifaF ^ard ElU^' ^iver, and the morrang sunshine looked down oh^ the Dell with a wealth .of, life-giving power in its warm beams. Mount In truth, a lovelies spot than Crag, Dell could not be found for leagues and al ,, though the nearest human habitation was seven miles away, tliet31eiins were a hap­ py family—living as they did, in a little J&ingdom ot their owri, unriiolested and untroubled. The prettiest thing abput the place was the blue-eyed little Maggie the sweet child that stood by her ifiother'8 siderone magn...

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. — 23 August 1879

THE BU '•£.%? BY THB MAJOR. 5^ There is not a community in the length and breadth of the land that has not its bully. A very sweeping statement, to be sure, but every person who reads these words can, after a moment's reflection, put his finger on a swaggering, bluster­ ing bully, who is forever bragging of his strength "Mis~|bratality,' by hie |ii|j|rosition|t(wm™s»oiHSome pet son-weaker-than IfinMelr Jennie JL JL Jn the m'jre law-abiding districts, these fellows lean towards pugilism, and de­ light in dog-fights. They are the terror or the timid and the heroes of the de­ praved, and usuallv srend their declin­ ing years as guests of "the State, or die with their boots on. As the bully is invariably a coward,^ he never blazes out in all his overbearing brass tiil he feels secijr^ in tjie-jaiowledge of pistol or knife coocAaledLxiu, his-^per son, where there is a law, or ostentatious­ ly displaying them where there is none. Hence he is a prominent figure in fron­ tier villages, wher...

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. — 23 August 1879

wft fc WW*. 2/t •A* '•^'v *T»9GMPTfdK BATB8: 1 If *V. T^S» MWWBS -. «5 AD^BTtoi9M|Cgr Transient.—Display, Oqf Inch, one time $1 enbfleqnent insertions, 10cent*: additional lines nonpareil, at same rata. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cent* per folio for -first Insertion and l)fty ceqts per folio for each subsequent insertion." Contract Rates.—Cjne inch, three momttrs, $5 inches, three months, $10 S inche*, $1^ 10 inches, $35 20 inches, $50. Professional cards, four linee or less, per num. $10 additional lines, $8.60. Local business notices, 10 c$fcts pec. line each insertion.. \_-\jr An biHs^r^A^rmljA^g will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 7T HASOVIC. The regular commnni cations of Bismarck Lodge No. 190, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on AIR first and third mondays of each month at p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially in vited. JOSBPH HARE, W. M. EMER N. COREY, Sec. I.O.O.F. The reeniar meetlng_of Handan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F.. are held inBaymOnd1 sHall...

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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. — 23 August 1879

PRE-EMPTION RIGHTS. if' Ko Bight Cn Be EstoUlihed ra Kud Already Settled The: commissioner of the gcneralland office has issued a circular to. land officers, directing their attention to the following extracts from the decisions of the United States supreme court: "To create aright of pre-emption there must be settlement, inhabitation, and im­ provement by the pre-emptor, conditions which cannot be met when the land i£ in the occupation of another. Settlement, inhabitation, and improvement of one piece of land can confer no rights to an­ other adjacent to it, which at the com­ mencement of the settlement is in the pos­ session and use of others, though upon a subsequent survey by the government it piove to be apart of the same sectional subdivision. Under the pre-emption laws, as held in Atherton vs Fowler, the right to make a settlement is to be exercised on unsettled land the right to malte im­ provements is to be exercised on unim­ proved land and the right to erect a dwelling ho...

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. — 23 August 1879

life wo •69 IF WE COULD KNOW. ,t lies before our feet shadows hovering near, je take another step be an agony of fear. If we could know what one small word would do To brighten-ub this-tettte-WPidd To cheer and^-, -s qf 01 4 «. How carettllvl Afe'fl sta&ef JHfea* Iw®t flowers. If we could know how soon our home would Bereft of all thtt makes it bright and decff^P How would the shadow of the coming loss O'erwlielm us with its constant dread and fear. N NotJ&owirig, Vefo 6n\&r^ (toy by^ay, jpitlid if thigudayoe fidljpfgefiel anwtjain, We thi3fe tpSn^^w^illbgiMfehlfrr far,v "And for each loss there will be some sure gain. Oh! it is well for us oucJEathafci( Securely hidden iroW4ur%)ttflrt: The rough and nwg&r,, {jAtttWtf tread, Before we reach our home beyond the skies. .jtitaBffmm And, clasping it, take courage} too He'll bring us safely to the'better ^If« mat hasl^eii'^notici commented upon time out of mind, that man^,liusbarxd|,..ne^:|£Ci( those^litt ,tten^4 tions^an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 August 1879

Prom the YjjBoni»r*eqTtu&: UNDER BY HESTER A. BENEDICT.f| With tte'artand voice I called you, and the night GfcVc Back your answer, ''Coming! coming! sweet!" \nd lo' our one ownodd, againaltghto1?£• And we two live where our climbing roses meet! j. ,x And yet—and yet—is it a womauVway5. To borrow from he distance shade and sigh? Something has set me dreaming of the day Wti^n one/will call" and one wiUiiotjeplys Nay, ttJish&ae not. .Thedayoor Sooner dawns* Nor sadder stays for any word ofours. The wild storm hanging over happy lawns Heeds not the feeble fretting of the flowers. I n.1 JL And O, dear love, if in that lonely day It shall be I that lie so still.and white, Seeming to hear no word of all you say Lean dojvn and kiss me, asyou' diato-night And I—if anywhere I shall have found. The lily-gate of Love's eternal land— I will turn back with eager cry and bound I.? To wait beside you till you find my hand. Tears, love? Listen! How,the roses shake *_ Their coats of velvet o...

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. — 23 August 1879

'VWS**4*- local levies. vaie by "Tribwe Benrten la Vh«ir Bf uds AbMt Ike Ci(r Delightful weatKer. 3j Robldon lost a cow by lightning. 1 'l'lie Directory will be out.shortly. .•,•' W. B. Shaw is up the Yellowstone. Kuss Marsh's new house is a fine one. 1 The Batchelor reached Keogh yester day. All the flyers will be at the Minneapolis Fair. John W. Fisher is in Evansville, Indi­ ana. Capt. Ed Maguite was a passenger on the mate. John Whalen is thinking of (he cattle 'tiuduie&s. The transfer carried over the first loco­ motive Tiiursday. The Butte brought two new people for the Opera House. The rainfall Wednesday evening was two luches and a half. The signal service boys were glad to gel awny on the Butte. Lieut. Grimes made a quick trip down the river and back by rail. "Proposals for court house and jail" in to-dnyS new advertisements. Mason lost 22,000 bricks by the heavy lata storm Wednesday night. The Chicago Times published THE TRI­ BUNE'S letter on the big farms. The ''Bisma...

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. — 30 August 1879

IS"-1' ,.00 *JL ro^v-M .••••.:••: ?•••. •fi-J-'.bXs'S.JJ/'i-It K« .':• i: ffi.wfe *,*%• VOL. VII. O- "15 NEWS AND NOTES. Sir Rowland Bill Is dead. The exodai of negros from the Sonth still con­ tinue s. Robt. Bonnet has purchased Rarun for upwards of $30,000. The Ann Arbor University recently had a $5, 000 scorch. V... ./ •.: si,^ A $1,000 nugget has been found in Salem creek, Oregon. Water is worth as much as whisky in Carson, Nevada. Leadville produces bullion to the amount of $00,000,daily. px-Seuator John C. Tcneyck died at Mt. Hady N. J. on the 25th. Whole blocks of buildings in Cheyenne, Wy. oming, are standing idle. The Homestake Company, Black Hilis, is erect­ ing another 120 stamp mill. Five thousand transient Southerners are spend­ ing the summer in Minnesota, The entire expeneitures of the Indian Depart­ ment including annuities is $4,700,000. Wheat about Fargo averages 22 bushels to the acre, and oats about Bismarck 50 bushels. The Lexington 0 re, one of the famous Spruc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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