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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 August 1879

•f? fflts'.t tft '-j uid **y« SONNET. See where the water-lily floats and heaves On the clear bosom of the inland lake The snowy petals to the*?]tree zea shflfe, & The currents bend the gr&t |^etdi spreadr ing leaves, r' The golden heart the^n^tenggldss re­ ceives, v The wayward eddies curl, and wash, and make The gelding stems fresh curves and mo ,.j tions.take, .. ,. But still its place the" queenly" flower re-" trieves f. for hidden far the strong root holds its own. So, darling, wordly chance and change may come, Thesmile'beSh^, the .whisper lose its tone, And love itself seem altered, cold, and duml) Heed not, but .trust .- howe'er the surface move, Deep iu my heart is set the root of love. A LUCKY SOVEREIGN. They made a strikingly contrasting pic­ ture standing in tte warm June twilight, and the fragrant odors of the roses and the btidding grapevines lingered around them as if the tender scents were fitting tributes to them. Two fair young girls, the same age to an hoa...

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. — 30 August 1879

You're aweet as a dream of love, You're sweet as a plate of honey, Your eyes are the eyea-of-a dove^-^. You're sweet as a dream of lovp, But, by all that's fair above,.. W ... Now, how are you fixed for money? You're sweet as a dream of love. You're sweet as a plate of honey, THE "UNFORTINITS." "I'm sorry enough^' ifsaift' the red cheeked, gray-bearded old station agent at South Verona Junction as alighted from the Ashucktim expres|j- ''The Bos­ ton train has gone. It's the new 'range merit made to accommodate the tunnel line at Greenville, and there's been some­ body left over here every day since it took effect it ain't goin' ter do," he went on in a voice of chagrin, as if he was personally responsible for the company's miscalculations. "Now you've got tour mortal hours ter wait, and it's a terrible dull place for a stranger ter wait in. This ere havin' passengers left over at South Verony is new business—but," with a little start of recollection and in a deprecatory' tone, "Ther...

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. — 30 August 1879

rzmri BT'C. Hi? J"M I SUBSCRIPTION KATES: \r*B^T,:One Year, (Six Moil this .— Three Months *2 6° Lb. I'GO 75 V* ADVERTISING RATES Transient.—DieplayiOne taicb,' one time' $1 subsequent insertions, 90 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate.- -p Legal- Notices.—Seventy-ire tents per folip fo.r first insertion and fifty cents per (olio for, ench gnhseqaWt insertion. .v.,- C-. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5 2'4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $16 10 inches, $25 30 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nam«i$l() additional lines, $2.50. I Local business notices, 10'cents per' line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. &ilOFFICIAL- DIRECTORY. MASOXIC. The rcgalar cdnimnnlcationsof Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A.'F & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 1 p. m. Brothers in good landing are cordially in vited. JOSEPII HARJ3, W.M: EMER N. CO...

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. — 30 August 1879

the Big .Horn's Sewa-AeeUeBta jy r-*m. *Tlie Big Horn arrived Wednesday, even­ ing after being out tliirty»twp d^ys. The sand bare and the {tiniec^ii6fimed in trans­ ferring Gordon's detriment Miles?: command tojh&^jgtk^ ri at the mouth of the Musselshell,,are val id reasons for the delay, The time com ing down was itrtdve daygi^three times as long as in the spring. She brought a" load of corn to Port' Stevenson from Fort Peck. -Miles didn't eat up all the corn that was forwarded to. him. At Ft. Peck the greater portion of Miles' command was observed an the soulh^'ide. v"rmf One of the deck hands of the Par West met with a painful accident on the up trip. The cap of the capstan flew off and! struck the rooster below the knee, break­ ing two bones. The Big Horn brought liini down to Buford and put him' in the hospital of that post. On the steamer Big Horn there was a singular accident. One of the deck hands fired from the rooi at some ducks in the water just ahead of the bow. Ano...

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. — 30 August 1879

A uon THE LIGHTS. little pause in life, while daylight lingere Between the sunset and the pale moonnse, daily slips from weary fingers, I soft srfumcs /anpf fadj Mi| ^V^n"dai^ytlabor ia^r 8i^)3 fromwea^'fin^ers^ And soft gvj Old perfume^, 8een in the light of Suns'^Wlotag Kdve s«r Beloved ones, whose earthly toil is over, Draw near, as is to live among us yet Qld voices call me, through the dusk return­ ing, I hear the echoes of departed feet And then I ask, with vain and troubled yearn ing. Whatsis the charm that makes old things so sweet? Must the old joys b&ever more withholden? Even their memory kfeeps me pure and true And yet, from out Jerusalem the Golden, God speaketh, saying, "I make all things new." rr-j "Father" I cry, "the old must still'be nearer Stifle my love, or.give me back the past! Give me the fair old earth, whose paths are dc&rcr Than all thy shining streets and mansions vast." v- ii Peace, peace—the Lord of earth and Heaven knoweth The human soul in all ...

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. — 30 August 1879

YOU'LL NEVER GUESS.- ^rn ?,. "T O-•'^x 'jr. 1 I know two eyes, ttro so$1m*m eyesw% Twdieyes sweet |nd%ar |&& As evfir dancedwith gayjnrprip, ..:•* Or'melted with a tear ttu ,t In whose fair rays a heart may bask— Their sbadowedTays serene— "But, little maidaivlyonlmustjiot ask Whose gentle eyes I mean. I know a voice of fairy tone, Lake brooklet in the June, That sings to please itself alone, A little Old world tune Whose music haunts the nstfen'er's ear/-1 And will not leave it tree But I shall never teU you, dear, "g' jT Whose accents they may be. 8 I know a golden-hearted maid, "•v For whom I built a shrine, i" A leafy-nook of murmurous shade, Deep in this heart of mine And in that calm and cool recess To make her home she came— But, oh! I? That little inaidh's name. clj RENA'S SITUATION. "Oh, I wish I were rich," said Rena Lewis, out aloud in the fullness of her heart. "I Wish I could be I've a fine lady and play croquet in sott muslin edged with lace, and Frehch kid boe...

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. — 30 August 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. Hade by Tribune" Heportfersi* Their lUuda Akcat the Ciiy.^ John Quintan has received $500—back pension. Next Monday, Sept. 1st, the public school will open for the fall term. Mike Feller sent a 30-lb cabbage to the Fair and Deacon Mann a 22 lb beet. The fall term of St. Mary's Academy will coumence on Monday, September 1. There will be an excursion on Sunday to (he end of the track on the extension. An "extra" went out Thursday morning to the Hills. It is no uncommon thing, either. The business houses are being number­ ed by Cliff Bros. & Clark according to Jewell's Directory. Mr. Ilellbringer, the contestant with W. H. Hurd for a valuable claim on Heart river, died last week. John Hoagland has secured the con­ tract for the erection of the mission build­ ings at Standing Rock. Alonzo Gates is erecting anew mill at Rock ford to euable him to till a 900,000 feet lumber contract for the Stand-by mine. The public school will commence on Monday Sept. 1st, with F. A. Mc...

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 September 1879

firrnrrr •'. iw -3 lV br b'iX\\'. i'SisK ,- U5 5. tf."iStrij#' •ii-aV'fc^. Jsfj *s!f«»^i.-SlS'j •.-: Surgeon-Gen. bammond has been placed on the retired list. A. Cornell is the Republican candidate for governor in New York. There was a sudden increase in yellow fever fatality in New Orleans, last week. Carl Schurz is now among the Indian agencies ofSouthern Dakota. Parties cultivating school sections Are liable to a on or a The public debt was decreased three and one Italf million .for August. Indians have been fooling around freight trains 5 Kev. S. Hall, the Congregational missionary, «lied at Sauk Rapids on Monday. Deadwood'n system of pipes, hydrants, etc., will be ready for water in a few days. Jones, the fish man, exhibited two live alliga­ tors at the Minneapolis EKpo6ition. v.i-'-' The National Gold Bank and Trust. Company •of California, has gone into liquidation. Mel. T. Jones, editor of the Spring Valley dttie, This Jamestown •SPit raL Alert iw-2P» 'ket T' NEWS AND NOTES....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 September 1879

$"«1R ftfi 'Wi!" I ,* I fef "/U -gJ. ^V*'} "08 sm of th oea celebrt •ersary of the 6t of the poet, Enchanter of Erin, whose magic* Thy wand for one moment we fondly would claim, "--w Entranced while ic summons the phantoms awPBd-OB)" •«»»«.- •». That blush into life at the sound of thy name. The tell-tales, "of: memory wake from their slumbers— I hea old song with its tender refrain— What pass on 1 es hid in those honey-voiced numBers?!"*"'*-* -^VVi What peifume of youth in cach exquisite strain! The home of my childhood comes back as a vision— Hark! Hark! A soft chord from its song haunted room— Tis a morning of May,when the air is Elysian— ,The syringa in bud and the lilac in bloom— We are clustered around the "Clementi" pia­ no There were six of us then—there are two of us now— She is sinn.ing—the girl with the silver so prono— How ''The Lord of the Vally" was false to his vow— 'Let Erin remember" the echoes are calling Through '"The Yale of Avoea" the waters arc rolled— 'The Exi...

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 September 1879

CONSOLATION. (Suggested by apicture of the same name, by Mr. B. F. Reinhard.) |«r uYou S.W'&i Itrti-te Tor.the Home Joornal. -A-strlcken mother, nam at heart and brain, Lies bowed above a little empty bed, 1 Spent with the 8*reesand durance of her pain ^er earrow for the child-love who is dead. If she could only hear again those feet That blithely pattcret up and down the .."stair If she might kisr the cherab mouth so sweet, 1 And stroke once more the curls of silken hair If-r-but .this wishing is so vain, so vaid, That now her anguishod heart cries out to God— "'Leave me not here in grief all unalloyed! Let me, too.sleep beneath my darling's sod!" But sudden o'er her jaded sense is borne A'soft celestial strain, white in her ears The sacr« words—"Blessed are they that mourn, For well they shall be comforted," she hears. A flood of radiant glory fills the room— Mus and light in mellow minglement Some gracious influence banished the gloom And breathes an essencc of devinecontent:...

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 September 1879

c- /.$,, 1 file Bismarck Sribune. i\r,.$&&•**'> BY G. A. LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: .'{• WXKKLT, One Year, $3 50 ,j Six Months, 160 ti-,- lk '."'Tjuye Months -{J.— 75 ADVERTISING HATES: Transient.—Display, One inch, one time' $1 Mibsequent insertions, 90 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at -same rate. iiegal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for llrat insertion and fifty cents per folio for each !«iib*equent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: H'i nches, three months, $1J 5 incheB, $15 10 inches, $25 90 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 centB per line each •insertion. Original poetry. $1- per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. •M OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. :i XASOXIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 130, A. F. & A. M., are held in their ball on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 t. m. Brothers in good -lan...

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 September 1879

Sale of Land stuff* I Jssrww i&P FOB DELINQUENT"TAXES. Office CoukttTh»asubeb, •'.-" -Bubleioh Countt,.D.T., A Whereas, The taxes for the yenr A. D. 1878 iV^ ^eraine and, i»ow a*P Cotmt^ of^nrl6igh and Territory of THEBEFOBE, n«tice is hereby given that by Zilwi6 ?^®8tatute!in such case made and pro- a}Pabllc unction to the highest 1-toi the countytreaftirer'B office, in'the city of Bismarci aiiclCounty of Rnrlelgh, 09 the first October, A. 1879, at ten o'clock. in "fry the following described I®®' estate situatedthe County of Burleigh and iTerntojy-- of Dakota, in order' to satisfy the •mount of delinquent tax aforesaid on each piece or parcel of land, together with interest, penalty andcosts. The total amount due on each par­ ticular description is mentioned herewith. 13,14,15,16,17, 18 120 BUW Marattald 3'4' 5 do do do do do do -i,- do if,' *.. do do yf do ".«!« do do 21'^».24 Sebra, John Sellcy, John Sunderland, Sol flattery, Pat Sloan, Ed Sloan, James Stoyell, John A do do ...

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 September 1879

'J£ ytf# -v v, "4 '\ii, "St S*J How Edison Flret Coined Money Edison, now world renowned, and,-re- ceiving thousands and tens of thousands from his inventions, was once a newsboy on the Grand Trankrailway. After a week of unusually ^rd luck, he found on one of the trains a party of four young men, apparently the* sons of wealthy, fathers, traveling for pleasure. They foughed and teld stories and enjoyed themselves as best they could. Evident­ ly they had plenty of loose cash, for on one or two occasions in their hilarity they exhibited lar«re rolls of bills. During one of these boisterous paroxysms young Edison happened to be passing through the train with a basket of oranges on his arm. "Here, bub," shouted one of the young men, "what are you selling those oranges for?' "Three cents apiece," readily responded the boy. "Lets see what they aire good for," continued the first speaker, taking toe basket in his lap and scrutinizing the oranges as though about to pick out one. Young Edis...

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 September 1879

THE CHANGE. J---*- firaffc. a cfyttd &4i. Outo^thglpijg white dresses I'* Aild iritoWc'dainty frpeks ... _ little blue shoes with buttons', In place of the worsted socks No longer a helpless baby, *_ Carried in arms all day, I A but a restless, mischievous fellow,/ Jr.?. Brimming with frolic and play 9 Getting himself into troubles That seemingly have no end Tearing "bid holes" in his dresses, For patient mamma to, mend Bu 11 ping his enriy round noddle Which mamma's.sc^ft kisscs must cure And mee'ing a thousand misfortunes, Which babies must learn to endure. r"\ 'W To Boctal shall lose iny baby% I And,, do the beat that' I'can 1 TQ *velc6me tfle malric power 'w Which changes the boy to man/ Oh would that the years were slower. In rolling the months away And would that for many a season My baby might stay! .. I wonder now is he dearer, As only a babe on my breast? Or changed to this roguish fellow Whose feet is never at rest? Is a rosebud any the sweeter Before it is a full-blow...

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. — 5 September 1879

ft Had* by "Tribute" Beporters Their Rouid§ Abait the City. Number your buildings, H. R. Porter is building an addition to liis dwelling. The fall term of St. Mary's Academy commenced Bionday. Sept. 1. Serjeant E. Swan, Co. E, Seventeenth Infanfry, lias re-enlisted and gone East on three months furlough The Presbyterian church has been im proved very much in appearance by kal »nmining the walls and painting the up per ceiling. A brother of Shed Lambert died in Min nesota last week. Mrs. Chas. Thompson his sister, left on Friday to attend him but she was too late. W. B. Bell and W. H. Thurston gunning tiie first of the week and brought in twenty-seven ducks and prairie ~UJ~1 ens—magnificent birds, too. Hunting parties are so thicK on the prairie around Bismarck that the ''chicks" can't find a comfortable hiding place, therefore they perish in the attempt. The Northwestern Stage company paid the little sum of nine thousand dollars for their new quarters at Deadwood— Brown & Thum's...

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 September 1879

1 -r, ,1 r^tttgufi Tt il a-'.t S'I ,cH .•'•vv XE1V8 AND NOTES. The man's an ignoramus, Or, lower yet, a scamp, .. Who writer for Information, "2l..'... And sends no postage-stamp. Andre Cristol wrestled at Detroit, Mich., last •week. The wool clip of Montana this year amounts to 300,000lbs. Sherman will spend .the last two weeks of Oc­ tober iu Ohio. There has been 110 rain in portions of Texas for over four months Evidently there will be no convictions in the 'Chisholm murder cases. The Kushford wagon Works were destroyed by lire last week. Loss $30,000. Kate Sprat'ue has asked for the appointment «f a trustee for her property. A brother of the murdered Dixon has been ap­ pointed clerk in the pension buruau. The.Southern Minnesota Railroad will be com­ pleted to Flandreau, Dakota, by Oct. 15th. In California the Republicans elect all four congressmen and wili control the legislature. Col. R. E. Johnson of [he First Infantry, hav­ ing become insane has been sent to an asylum. There ...

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 September 1879

ONLY A LETTER. ^5^ jgf:,.. Only a letter that came last nteht,* .gr ®f A dear, little love-bird, winged with white. That whispered the words in a maidens ear Of the sweetest song that a maid could hear, And sang it over and over again, Aye! the cbftnncd din und the softrcfrflin. And the burden was this—so old, so new, '"Do you love me as I love you?" Only a letter, by Cupid sent, That maketh the maiden's heart eontcnt, That bringeth the blushes sweet and shy, And the tell-tale light to her azure eye! A missive read in the shadiest nook, And dearer far than the choicest book, Then hid with the precious things and few, Tied with a band of love's own blue! Only a letter that came this morn With the heaviest weight that could be borne, And yet it seemed to the man in gray But a trifle light he passed his way, A wife is stnnned by the sudden blow, A mother's heart is filled with woe, For the bird of omen tells a tale That would make the stoutest spirit quail, Only a letter, thin and whit...

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 September 1879

The day is breaking, *s«The flowers, waking*^" Are whispering frajrrarit dreams of love While voices vernal, rHnA In hymns eternal, Break from the fathomless vault atJove. Each vanishing hour, Invisible Power, Wrestling with death alii conquering night, I see, I hear it— The strong life spirit 'That veils its presence in robes of light. —Bottom Transcript. Born Lucky. The New York correspondent ot the Boston Gazette writes: "It is better to be born lucky than ricb," the proverb says, and I believe it. You may be born rich and die poor, but if you are lucky you will never want. A case in point is that of Mrs. Mark Hop­ kins, the widow of the California mil­ lionaire. She was a school teacher in this city, and no longer a young girl, when Mark Hopkins happened at the same boarding house, wooed and won her. They had no children, so she adopt­ ed a boy of seven years of age by the name of Tim. He is nineteen now, and a very amiablle, unspoiled fellow, not par­ ticularly bright, and not ...

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 September 1879

Sire ItomawH Srilntite. BY C. A. LOUriSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Jj| XASOXIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on he first and third mondays of each month at II auu luiru luuiiuaj U1 muuiu ». Brothers in good -landing are cordially in JOSEPH DARE, VV.M. P.m. —J2 vited. KMER N. COREY, Sec I.O.O. F. The reguiar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F.. are held in Raymond' sHall.every Thes iiav. Brothers in good standing are cordially in VIted. WM. A. BENTLEY, N. G. S. T. SIMONSON, R. Sec. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev J. G. Miller, B. ])., rector. Services rat the brick school house -very Sunday atjli a:m- and 7 p.m., Sundajr -•chool after toorfiihg service. All are cordially invited to attend^ METIIODIST'CHURCIl—Services every Saii •lay 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 7:30 p. m. GEO. W. BABNBTT. Office...

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 September 1879

i^'? DELINQUENT TAXES, OFFICE COUNTY TuEAstiritili J--BUOLEIOD COUNTY, I). T: Septembers, 1879. \V IIEREAS, The taxes for the year A. 1878 have become and now are delinquent and un­ paid on the following described real estate, sit* Dakota* County ?fBurleigh and Territory or THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that by •!iin such ease made and pro Yiaca.I shall sell at public auction to the highest county treasurer's office,in the city el Bismarck and County of Bnrleigh, on the first Monday of October. A. .1879,-at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day the following described real estate situated in the County of Burleigh and rerritojy of Dakota, order to satisfy the amount of delinquent tax aforesaid on each piece i*r parcel of land,together with interest, penalty aa costs. The total amount due on each par­ ticular description is mentioned herewith. W. B. WATSON, Treasurer. LOTS IN THE CITY OF BISMARCK—DE­ SCRIPTION. Name No. of Lots. Block. Tax. Atkinson, E Ames, Rose 5. 6, 7 Aylmer...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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