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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 December 1879

Continued from second page. alands to make/surveys and toke possession pt 'SP'pr ivileges ceded to the Unite! Stateiiby harbor of Pago Pago. A coaling 9 be established there which will be oonTeaawB^-.and useful to the United States vessels. Jfc'' BOUMAKIA AND SEBVIA. The subject of opening diplomatic relations with BoumaDi* and Bervia, now become inde­ pendent sovereignties, i* at present under consideration' and. is a subject of diplomatic correspondence. ,r« FOBKIGN TBADK. There is a gratifying increase of trade with nearly all European and American countries, and it is believed that by judicious action in re­ gard to its development it can and will be still more enhanced, and that American product! and manufactures will find new and expanding markets. The reports of diplomatic and con­ sular officers upon this subject under the sys­ tem now adopted have resulted in obtaining much valuable information which has been and will continue to be laid before Congress and the public from ...

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 December 1879

'&*' vb Prf .1" vi a1 *%$33 FIENDISH Flit 12. K' Tk« She rid en HOOH« livery Stable Itedueeilto Ashes. At half past six last evening not only the cry lire, but its red glare upon the snow and sky Attracted everyone to the Sheridan House barn occupied by S toy ell & Laib a3 a livery stable. It is supposed to hare caught either from a defective lamp or a citjar stub. So rapidly did the flames envelope the building that iill ef­ forts to save it were useless. The fire com­ pany were on hand in good time and sit at work to save the coal and wagon house only twenty-four feet from the burning building. The wind was blowing hard and the liery tongue of the greedy red de­ mon lapped agaiast the dry building with terrible determination, but through the efficiency of Foreman Sloan and his pipe men, and the steady stream from the Bab cock the building was saved. L. N. Grif­ fin did heroic work on the building by several times putting out tires on the roof with snow. Mr. Bly looses abou...

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 December 1879

& |T ^jg- I «T f^T 3?, i'i1 Hi*- |§T pi, ,^ '4ft$ -sj£ 1&|^^V*"W'."».»""••"1!-.•liii«i,ii!»rii'Swifiin.,iii jtfC you Mitf I & )0..8X»««I» AT S .~»JPU* .05r*ft?3A OVitR 133,000,000 POUNDS. TU^ AMOUNT OF FHEIGHT RE CMS IVJEO THIS SEASON. Bismarck the Greateut Shipping Point •f any City of its Siaeinthe CSonntry --Over 5,MMM00 Pounds Gon* to the BLick Hills- A PROFITABLE YEAR. It is no doubt, a mystery to many enst «rn paople how Bismarck keeps up as she does and eclipses in many respects any other city in the west tiiev cannot see how a city of only 2.890 souls, all told, can support a three-story, eighty-room ttberidan House, heated by steam and lit by jraa. metropolitan in its management and using daily printed bills of fare. They cannot believe that there are four or five other hotels of nearly the same capacity, filled to overflowing every day that with all the?e hotel accommodations people have to wait fcr their turn at the table, and often sleep in a chair or on the ...

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 December 1879

«i, DICK'S|H|^%IK8GIVING.. :^-:. "Well, I never saw mih a Thanksgiving!" Why, the times aWfeo hard, you know, -We can't have a turkey or chicken— ]Jo—nor hardly indulge in a crow! For, yesterday, father was saying "No poultry for dinner this year!" than he just talked firstratc to us children, A a he a And he said though he'd lost all his'money And couldn't buy much that was good, He hoped we'd be happy and thankful, And we Just shouted out that we would. Weil, now, atat it queer how things happened For only just one year ago. We lived at the top, let me tell you,- And went in for splendor ana show! And 'twas only last year at Thanksgiving Our table was gorgeous with plate, And every conceivable dainty That ever was longed for we ate. But we never once thought to be thankful. For we fared just the same every day Anil we children were cross and complaining, And wanted things just our own way. And father—I hardly dare tell, you How angry and dreadful be grew! For he sat long at wine a...

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 December 1879

v* Oh, Kittie White! glad Kittle White, Jut Of all the merriest, loveliest sprite, an t^saSBae^^rosoaeraBawiai..^ klTI'lE WHITE. Oh, Kittie White! fair Kittle White, ~*V a| You've snared my very heart to-night, u,~, r* With glafice so'Iike soft sunaefg ray, •V Which meets the eye at close of day We shyly look—we dare cot gaze— Lest dazzled by those parting rays. Your tresses bright seem golden spray, I When tossing in the breeze at play And childhood's dreams come back once mora Of angel guests from brighter shore. Ob, Kittie White! loved Kittie White, ['.) Though not with costly gems bedight, Diamonds or pearls' I cannot prize, •Gainst pearly teeth and sparkling eyes: These are the riches past bis quest Who only is of gold posseot. .' Oh, Kittie White! dear Kittie White, No wonder that my heart is light— A smile from thee, thou charming elf, Illumes for me the world itself! And, if of aught I dream to-night, My dreams will be of Kittie White. CHICAGO, 111. W. WHAT GRACIE DID. What ...

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 December 1879

m*r w- mm:! 1 ''?P C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WKEKLT, One Tear, 50 Six Months, 1 50 .i Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Tea cents "per line ol nonpareil racb insertion. Display, One inch, ontfitiirie, $1 subsequent Insertions, SO cents: additional -lines, noupareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per tolio for .11 ret insertion and fifty' cents per (olio for each i&bsequentinsertiod.' Contract.Rates.—One inch, three' months, |5: 2(4 inches, three months, $10 L5'inches, S. T. SIMONSON, R. Sec. $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, Professional cards, fodr iines or less, per an­ num, 310: additional Hons* $2:50. Local business notices lOcenta per line each Insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ^AB£WIC. The re *tflar«omnH»ni«art#a'M)f Bismarck Lodge No. 120,A. FsfcA. 11., are Jfceld in" their hall on the firet'and third mondays of each month i. af' 7 m. Brothers i...

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 December 1879

"WWW i* LOCAL, LEVIES Clear and cold, ••••, Bismarck schools are prospering. '•Torn and Jeriy" meet every aichtat Joe Hare's. Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main Street. Deadwood's daily mail weighs over 1, 600 pounds. Walter Bragg is recovering fiora his recent sickness. Griffin & Roberts' new sample room will be immense. The thermometer dropped to ten below zero Sunday nicUt. There is another restaurant next door to Bragg's market. Two new engine stalls are being added to the round house. Clias. Galloway's bull-train is getting ready to go to Sievensou. Stimpson's candy maker is the boss. He understands his business. Charlie Williams' free iucch not only holds its own but mproves. Chas. Kupitz has a car load of poultry on the way l'or the holidays. Joe Weir is nicely located in the Haq nafin building on Fourth street. The Sisters new school building is en­ closed'and will soon be completed. The N. WYT. Co., smarted an immense mule train for the Hills this morning. The heavi...

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 December 1879

(J Ji: We praise thee Tor the wealth or golden ffVajP Fbr com fields waving lBc mellow light, For lull-armed Plenty piling Autumn's wain, For fruit* all rosy tinted jrlearmug bright, No locust swarms, no deadningdroughts haye come, To mar our joyous song of Haryest Home.V We praise thee, O, our God! We praise thee for the dewy mornings fair, As diamonds gilted oyer fielHand world, When heaven's own xiectar filled air, the ambient ,• And every breath was life and strength un told— And warbling birds poured out their songs of glee, And every living thing seemed glad and free: We .praise thee, 0, our God! We praise thee "for the noontide's scorching As 'neath it« ripening influence swelled the corn, And the grapes sweetened in the burning rays While under purple bloom the wine was bdrn. The heat was fierce upon the laborer's head, But 'twas perfecting grain for daily bread We praise thee, O our God! "'We praise thee for the twilight's hour of calm, When the cool breeze of eve refreshed...

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 December 1879

.fSI irsvWv&ti 1 lip' TEACHINGS OF THEE. Time to me this truth hath taught, 'Tisa truth that's worth revealing More offend from want of thought Than from any want of feeling.. ,. If advice we wcruld-convey, 1 1 here's a time we should 'convey it *i*i If we've but a word to ray, There's a time in which to »ay it. I Many a beauteous flower decays Though we tend it e'er so mucb,. Something secret on it plays, Which no human aid can touch. 'v« go, in many a loving breast, Li e8 some ranker grief concealed, That, if touched, is more oppressed: Left onto itself—is healed I Oft, unknowingly, the tongue Touches on a chord so That a word, or accent wrong, Pains the heart almost to breaking. Time to me this truth hath taught Tia a tenth that's worth revealing More offend from want of thought Than from any want of feeling. •Charles SwH». A STRANGE STORY. FROM ANNA. DICKINFISN'S "THE BAOOED REGISTER." Did I tell them of queer people and strange experiences. Yes, indeed, did I. Gan I recall ...

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 December 1879

-t ,v/ m-' themtorm. 0&e of the Kfost sJetfre BlimfiH Ever Kaova la Dakcla. One of the most severe storms ever kno in Dakota took occasion to visit this section tliia week. Tupsday night was a terror and Wednesday was still more intense. Jlercury did not drop be­ low zero, however, but the wind and snow penetrated the warmest clothing. AlUlie ^outgoing mails except the .Dead wood coach returned. The train .returned and left about ten o'clock with Jour engines and a snow plow. The switch engine at­ tempted to go to the river after srater bui gave it up. Everybody remained in ttu house, scarcely a t«am was seen all day The railroad hoys took a holiday as was just as dangerous to take an erigin out ns a horse. This siorm most like): extended through the country asdidth one in the winter of 1872-3, when the wiiu blew much more intense than it da. Wednesday, and the thermometer droppeit 1 to 38 degrees below zero. This atorir swept the country. In some parts of Texa: the ground was f...

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. — 19 December 1879

BISMARCK'S $S0.000 BLAZE A LARGE CHUNK OB BUSINESS HOUSES HUMMED. Plionix«Llhei the Energetic Citizens Commence Rebuilding—-X» N. Griffin Began Upon the Red Hot Ashes. THE Flit IS. Again the red-tongued, glare-eyed mon stei preys upon the property of Bismarck Fire! Man's best servaLt and greatest enemy. Yesterday morning about 5:30, local time, fire was discovered by the night watchman in the rear of Busse & Smith's restaurant and Geist's jewelry store. He immediately sounded the alarm but there being no bell, steam whistles or Anything to give a general warning, few people had arrived at the spot before the building was so completely enveloped in flames that all efforts to save even the stbck were useless. Parties living in the building barely escaped, some of them leaving in their night-clothes and others barefooted with coat and boots on their -arm. The Babcock extinguisher was on baud as soon as enough people had con­ gregated to move it, and, until the supply of water exhau...

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 December 1879

THE LITTLE FOLKS. -.. johnny* Jump Up! T*- Bumble! jumble! Johnny gotatumble 1 How Is be hurt, to start Buch a crying? "Where is the bump that flew up In a lump? You really would hink that the boywaaardy iug" Away like a rocket, eyes wild in their socket, The pusBv-cat rushed-r-flrtffy part The little dog flew—a? the doctor came, too, Before they found where he waa hurt. 0 foolish little mannikin! I really think it ia a sin For you to act like.rach, a silly midget, And have such dreadful crying fits, that snake the household aH to bits, And get the people all in such a fidget! Here, be a little man, Johnny! Jump up, if yon can, And chow a smiling face, so now, that's a deary! Ihe world is full of trouble, and don't you make.it double, But do your best to keep it brighfand cheery. 'i Which Would Ton Be? Little Pinkie was sweet as arose and gentle as a dove. More is the pity that little Pinkie should be introduced to you with her yellow hair dangling like tangled cob­ webs over her sm...

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. — 19 December 1879

II WIT AND flUMOK. SOUND logic—Argning through tb«« telephone. SOME complexions are exceedingly complex. DOES the maternal 'codfish call its young with a codfish bawl? FRANKLIN said that rich widows art the only second-hand goods that sell at vprime cost. *'\f I "'/."/i'** I' IT ain't so mnch what a mwi Irwn lift, as what he fean hang on to, that .shows his aktoal strength.—Jo 8 A Bill­ ings. THE reason we can not have an hon­ est horse iace is because we haven't an honest human race.—Boston Trav­ eller. A CHICAGO policeman arrested a bo who had an onion tied in the corner •of his handkerchief. The charge •against Thim was carrying concealed weepins. A MAN dying recently in St. Louis left $1,000 to an individual who, years before, ran away with his wife. He said in the will thathe never forgot ~a favor. SHAKSPEABE never repeated. There was a gifted little boy in Kentucky last week who resembled the immortal bard •in this important particular. He thoughtlessly twisted a mule's tail. ...

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. — 19 December 1879

$tl( ^lamarck Mutte. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WEEKLY, One year, $2 50 Six Months, 1 60 Three Months r.1 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Ten cents .per line ol nonpareil *ach insertion? Display, One inch, one time, il subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional Tines, nonpareil, at same rate., Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per tolio Tor first Insertion and fifty cents per tollo for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $lft 10 .inches, $25: 20 inches, $50. 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.. masonic. The regular communications of Bismnrck Lodge So. 120, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 D. m. Brothers in good anding are cordially...

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. — 19 December 1879

JLOCAMJ LEVIES. Pay your city taxes and save expense. Chr.stmas tree candles at Don & Co'&. New and elegact toys cheap at Dunn & Go's. ', Pyke O'Callalidn at Whitney's this Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main fitieet. i' If you have plenty of wood you are in big luck. Cottonwood trees can now be planted «n tree cultures. The Western House ia offered for sale It is good property. Since the river has frozen over the cilr has been filled with soldiers. Wi th all the cold snaps so far the ground is only frozen to ajdepth of five inches. Next spi mg covered passenger coaches will be placed ou tlie Kuogh stuijc line. The churches of iiisniarck are neither patronized norsupported as they should be. Aie there to be any Christmas trees this year? There at least ought to be a brunch or two. Dunn & Co have received a very choice assortment ot Graham's harness soao and "toilets." The Champion Hall services have been abandoned lor the present. A. lack of in­ terest and cold we...

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. — 19 December 1879

THE TWO ITLGHTS* -'p GG F^F~\L B* QOBDOW vc- 4"•»« WhenPm a man." 5 *1*04/r B* OOBDOH GUN. ft the VH' When Pm a man." ft thepoeiri/ of youth. v.« When I toat young the poetry of old age. "i' "When Pm a m«n," the stripling cries, And strives the coming years to icin-fl SmAh,then I shall be strong and wise, When I'm** man 1" y: '"When I was young," the old man sighs. "Bravely the lark and linnet sung Their carol under sunny skies, v. When I was yonng/V Ji. "When I'm a man, I shall be free i To guard the right, the truth uphold." "When I wis young, I bent no knee To power or gold." "Then shall I satisfy my soul With yonder prize, when I'm a man." "Too late I found how vain the goal f~«. To which I ran." "When I'm a man, these idle oys Aside forever shall be flung." "There was no poison in my joys When I was young." 'The boy's bright dream is all before.. The man's romance lies far behind Had we the present and no more, 1 Fate were unkind. But, brother toiling in the night, Still count ...

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. — 19 December 1879

There are bonds of all sorts in this world ours '(-:r. "''-"'jud Fetters of friendship and ties of flowers.,'^ And true lover's knots,-1 ween Th'e girl and the boy are bound by a kiss. But there's never a bond, old friend,-like this— We have.drank from the same canteen! It wad sometimes water and sometimes milk, And sometimes applejack line as silk ,But whatever the tipple has been, Weshared it together in bane or bliss,' And I warm to you my friend, when I think of this—... . «We have drank from the same caflteen. The rich and the great sit down to dine,. And they quail to each other in sparkling wine, {From glasses of crystal and green But guess in their golden potations they "miss The warmth of regard: to-be found in this— ,We have drank lrom the same canteen. a We have shared our blankets, and tents to gether, We have marched and fought in all kinds of weather And hungry and full we have been Had the days of battle and das of rest, But this memory I cling to and love the best— W...

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. — 19 December 1879

P-1 tv# 3u:?', "T I vci fc* ," .1' IIP k~': ,-• w^i •iS White. J. M. CARSAIIAN. J. K. WETHEBBY. E. H.bly. J. (J. liARR, S. H. EMERSON. W. H. HUIID. MAJ. KIRK. Lieut. Chance. Lieut. DAY. Lieut. HELL. Lieut. Brewer. Lieut. Barry. O^YLER ADAMS. JoU.NlioWLANU. lir. Billow. THC WMOIC ClTV Unshaken Faith. Mr. J. II. Guild, ot Rupert, Yt., who owns over 3,000 acres of land in this vi­ cinity, iu remitting a check for $168 taxes, takes ocs.isiou to say: "I am advised not to pay these taxes ou the ground that they cannot be collected but. it seems unfair to dodge them as well as unjust to those who do pay. My taiih in liismaack's future is mistaken." This class of non-residents Are as much benerit to the country as act ualsettlcis in many instances. The land about Bismarck wliicii has been taken, has fallen into excellent hands, and its de­ velopment is certain during the next three years. Saved: From the threat Fire. The St. Paul Branch Clothing House has been saved and for this great mercy...

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. — 26 December 1879

N u\ PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE. THE NEEDS OF THE EI MCE COM r.IXY AXD THE PEOPLE. T2i« Council in Favor of Increased Pro "tectjoii—"Water "Works Thought to la a Feasible Scheme—The Burned out at HuNiness. WHAT THE FIREMEN WANT. At last there is a movement on foot to give Bismarck complete tire protection. "The citizens, to the number of twenty five or more, met. U, the City Hall Fri­ day evening for the purpose of devising some means to accomplish this end. Jas. A. Emmons was elected chairman and C. A. Lounsberry, secretary. Ed. Sloa::, the eilicient. foreman of the fire co.npany, stated the necessities of the company and showed that a tank and ten barrels of water would have saved Dan Eiseuierg's building i:i the recant lire. The company nejds, Mr Sloan said, a ten barrel tank wug a, and m.idiis of trans­ portation in order to provide at lea it two charges for the chemical engine they needed steel hooks, chains and roof lad­ ders they need an alarm and a watch­ man in constant charge...

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. — 26 December 1879

WE TWAIN. Oh, heaven and earth are far apart! But what if they were one, And neither you nor I, sweetheart, Had any way misdone? When we, like laughing rivers fleet, Tnat cannot choose but flow, Among the flowers should meet and greet, Should meet and mingle so, Sweetheart, That would be sweet, I know. To need to swerve and drift apart, Or any bliss resign: Then I should all be yours, sweetheart And you should all be mine. But ah, to rush defiled and brown, From thaw and smirched snow, To spoil the corn, beat down and drown The rath, red lilies low- Sweetheart, I do not want you so! For you and I are far apart And never may we meet, Till you are glad and grand!, sweetheart, Till Tam fair and sweet, Till morning 6un has kissed us white As highest Alpine snow. Till both are brave and bright of sight- Go wander high or low, Sweetheart! For God will have it so. Oh, heaven and earth are far apart! If you are bound or free, And if you climb or crawl, sweetheart, Can no way hinder me. But ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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