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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 December 1879

•. AUTUMN. ,^"4 The rich antamnal shadows fall: The first brown leaf wheels slowly down And all along the orchard wall The mosses gather deeper brown. Through all the rounded golden hours No sound steals in from village street Alone the chimes from distant towers Float hourly through my still retreat. Across the vale, the rugged hills Are starting from their summer gloom, And bursting heather glows and fills Their 6kyward curves with purple bloom Again with Autumn comes tke time When'you and 1 would cross the vale, And reach the mountain Foot, and climb Till stars renew 1he evening talc. I wander still where nature haunts Her secret places seldom sought But even nature something wants— A subtle something, deeply wrought And here alone I sit, and now Thy voice is hushed but those dear eyes That flushed beneath thy brave boy-brow Are haunting me as daylight dies. The sun slopes slowly to his rest, This soft September afternoon, Till all the color leaves the we&t, And steeps the wo...

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. — 26 December 1879

JS?* Vf: IK ,: foa- .-iJ Jtettuittlt Sttlmne. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WSIKLT, One Year, "2 50 Six Months, 1 SO Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Ten ccnts per line ol nonpareil oftch insertion. Display, One inch, one time, .41 subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional lines. nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-live cents per lolio ror first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, J»: 2V4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $lf 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. JIASOXIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge ffo. 130, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 D. m. Brothers in go...

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. — 26 December 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. Stinipson's candy maker is an expert. ffew and elegant toys cheap at Dunn & CSp's. frank Geist lias a new stock of jewelry, etc., on the road. The Sheridan House, of this city, is valued at $61,000. The holiday stocks of goods arc begin­ ning to look thin. Mr. Emerson, of the Sheridan House, drives an elegant four-in.liaud. The dance at Champion Hall last even­ ing was a success in every respect. Dunn & Co. have received a very choice assortment of Graham's harness soap and toilets. A velocipede passed through by ex­ press last week for C'apt. E. P. Ewers, Ft. Keogh. Mandan visited Bismarck last evening in a mass. About thirty cauie over 011 a epecial train. Not a fight oefcu-red in Bismarck yes­ terday, and but one man was seen in a ^weaving way." Charley Williams is having a terrible run on that excellent brand of cigars, "Pride of Bismarck." Cattle that art depending on prairie grass for a living this winter will not snake good beef ia the spring. Sam Lee wi...

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. — 26 December 1879

KOSAMNOD. In the fragrant bright Jane morning, Boaamoni the queen of girl*, Down the marble door-atepa loiters, radiant with her ranny curls O'er the greensward, through the garden, passes to the river* brink, Throws sway an old bouquet, and wonder* if 'twill float or sink. Then returning through the garden, round and round the lawn ahe goes, Singing aa she cats fresh roses—ahe herself her world's fair rose In her dainty morning robe, and straw hat shading half her face, Picturesque in form and feature, lovely in her youth and grace In her hand a little dagger, sharp and glittering as the sun, Billing hearts of thorny bushes, cutting roses one by one Pink and white and blood-red crimson, Bome in bud and some full-blown— There through lawn and grove and garden sings she to herself alone Softly sings in broken snatches, some old songs of Spain or France, As he holds her roses oft at full arms-length with side-long glance. Shifting groups of forms and colors, for a painter's eye hath s...

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. — 26 December 1879

A "MAMMY'S" LAMENT, •INCIDENT OF THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC. *Yes, sar, dat is my little b#y, de onliest one I had— De fever touk him yestidday, he had it mighty bad Nothin' didn't do no good, he died at break ob day *I had four odder chil'en, sar, an' los' 'em all dat "way. Las year de (ever took all dem, an' lef me jus' dis one, Ky youngest, too, de baby, sar.—an' now, oh! Lord, heyx gone. "What make I didn't portde case? AtfusI thought I would But doctors all is hurried so' dey couldn't do no good. Dey' mighty kind an' siderate, and does all dat dey know But when dis fever gits a-holt it nebber does let go. It ain't no good a-fighten it—'tis useless for to try, When yaller fever gits you down you jus' is bound to die. "I know ef I should 'port de case dey'd take de child away. An' I hoped de Lord would call me, too, befo' de close ob day. You see he is little, sar, he'll miss his mammy so— Hebben's such a great big place he won't know whar to go. I thought ef I could die to-day it...

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. — 26 December 1879

it If it ii' !v il !-i 3 I .* 1 is |i l\ t: Lett a lAst. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Bismarck Post Office, lor tue week ending, tf ri day, 1. .3«U: ulo Uotvs i.ilf Bytuer l, \V Urodcricn oe Busli rVter Berne Wi.iiu Bytuer vV Casey Annie CoUiat A Chapman 8 COu.iW.' A Careeni er Sully iiev.-au.i i" Diric J*'rai.ca Davis \V iv Gilsoii Mary Goi/iugor Martin Graiui Pierre Gam inert Win lies nu A H-jiiu Fr.jci & ileru on rf H4:-.iai,'o P'lly tio iC: 1 McLaughlin Hanuah Mauuuri rluttio Jlariiu Eliza Alefock Josoiih 2 AicLuuyl.lin ut» Wcie»)U Jus 2 McAVinny John lcCn*iul Alary Ann McLaughlin viurgaret McDonald i'eler Murrotr Stanley Matiou Oruisoej Uurbert Oftrien rcrreuce Pureul Louisa 1 l'ottvr Lilly ltauiii W hictietls Joseph Kyun I'utiicK ltcily Aiary bleiLs Albert 'l ousiy Ailoiph Sextua Elizabeth tiwoeiiey Joliu At Sol burg Olu i* VViitiiiu Kiorouce Wi.bOii L./uise At VVu.ls ,Jis 0 •& Will Miss Liuiaa \v ells Joiiu S. juicy .ilo^rt 1» Brow.i A ii Iteaul iiuwu...

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. — 2 January 1880

"VA .A«SS»' .# l\ :1 .VIM rv. 1/ tip?&v A-J --$• ,S 4% !*.«- .J.-UTT*. •*». WU1**^-tSXT" ~4 «*"•»*. At Y. A FREAKS OF ELECTRICITY. THE VOICE Of THE WIRES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. General Grant the Coming Man Ban Butler denies conneotion with tlie Main troubles-—'The Mur­ derous Utes holding out. (Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) FIXED FOK GRANT. 8T. PAUL, Dec. 81.—It is slated that Don Cameron, Conkling and Sherman met at Philadelphia recenlly and fixed the various northern state conventions for delegates to the Chicago convention to be held in February, to assure Grant delegates. SENATOR STEWART'S COSTLY MANSION in Washington burned last night, GRANT left Washington yesterday stopped at Fredericksburg and Richmond and was enthusiasticalIv welcomed. SHUT OFF THEIR. MAIL. The Postmaster General has forbidden the delivery of mail matter to bogus stock firms in New York, who have been reap­ ing enormous profits from country specu­ lators. The principal names of the firms are Lawrence...

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. — 2 January 1880

tV ON THE WAK PATH. Alarming Beports from IhefCtw—Hatcli Retiring and the Bed Skins Preparlngto Assume the Offensive—A General Massa­ cre of "Whites Predicted—The Story Dis­ credited by Secretary Sclmrz. DENVER, Dec. 28.—A special to the Tri­ bune from Log Pinos, dated the 25th, repre­ sents that the situation is very serious there. Hatch was to have started from Los Finos yesterday and spend to-night at Cline's ffipwh on the Cimarron. On the 30th he started from there to Alamosa, which is the last railroad station. Hatch has given up all hope of secnring the Indians, and as his departure is tantamount to a declaration of war, much anxiety is fell as to his fate. There are several hundred braves near Los Pinos, and the whites all told will not num­ ber twenty-five. The roads are blocked with snow and only passable for light buok boards, and the Indians have the whites completely trapped. Those in the bowl ara Hatch, Valois, W. F. Sanders, of Virginia, {he Denver Tribune corresponden...

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. — 2 January 1880

THE TURKEY'S LAST REQUEST. Mow, hark ye, merry gentlemen, ,. And Irash your foolish squabbles And listen to the turkey, when His last reqnest he gobbles The scanty time I have to live Is spent in observation So pray yon, gentlemen, forgive 31ie turkey's dissertation. I do observe among you all A selfishness surprising You're satisfied when others fall, And envious when they're rising This wicked world a barn-yard is, And, when acorn shower rattles, Bach craves a sharo that is not his, And with his neighbor battles. The jaunty fowl with head in air, He crows in exultation The rest a look of meekness wear, And fawn in adulation But let misfortune clip his wings, Ye meet him with suspicion. And every friend the whisper flings That wafts him to perdition. ve, 0 Ipettv race of frreedy men That kill me at New Year's Does conscience never prick you when You see the way you're living? How many of you spend your days In honest, cheery labor? Whose bead upon his pillow lays At peace with ever...

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. — 2 January 1880

I wwn 7 JW|^WUia .iV*'tt- tni. .irfMUWi*.*:- -•CO ftlic iUumarclt frtlume. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Wbeklt, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, 1 50 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Ten cents per line ol nonpareil -each insertion. Display, One inch, one time, $1 subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional linos, nonpareil, at same rate. Le"al Notices.—Seventy-live cents per tolio for first ?nsertion and fifty cents per folio for each •tuhseqaent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $o 0*4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 30 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nam, $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. MASOXIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge So. 120, A. I"1 & A. M., are held their hall on rho first and third mondays of each month...

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. — 2 January 1880

#f New York Weekly Herald. OXE DOLLAR A YEAH. The circulation of this popular newspaper, has more than trebled dining the past- year. It con talus all the lending news contained in the DAI­ LY HERALD, and is arranged in handy depart­ ments. The FOREIGN NKWS «nbraces special dispatches from all quarters of the globe. Under the head of AMERICAN NEWS arc given the Telegraphic Despatches of the week from all parts of the Union. This leature aJoue makes TITE WEEKLY HERALD the most valuable chronicle in the world, as it in the cheapest. Every week is given a l'aithlul report of POLITICAL NEWS embracing complete and comprehensive des­ patches from \V AsuiN(iToN, including full re­ ports of the speeches of eminent politicians on Vie question.- of the hour. THE KAlUl DEPARTMENT of the WEEKI.Y HKHALD gives the latest as well as the moot practical suggestions and discover­ ies relating to the duties'of the farmer, hints for raising CATTLE. 1'OULTKY, CHAINS. TREES, VEGE­ TABLES, &e., «!te.....

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. — 2 January 1880

I' mp* $S i. .* l" *3 fci, BALLAD OF BLUE CHINA. There's ajoywithoutcanker orcark, lEere'e a pleasure eternally new Hn to gaze on the glaze and the mark Of china that's old, and that's blue Who'd have thought they would come to us, who That o'er loot of an empire would hang A veil of Morrisian hue, In the reign of the Emperor Hwang? These dragons—their tails, you remark, Into bunches of lotus-flower grew— When Noah came out of the ark, DidCAe.se lie in wait for his crew? They snorted, they snapped, and they flew They were mighty of fin and of fang, And their nortraits Celestials drew, In the reign of the Emperor Hwang. Here's a pot with a house in a park, In a park where the peach-blossomsblew. Where the lovers eloped in the dark. Lived, died, and were turned into two Bright birds that eternally flew Tftrough the boughs of the May as they sang Tia a tale was undoubtedly true In the reign of the Emperor Hwang. ENVOY. Come, snarl at my ecstasies, do, Kind critic, your tongue has a tan...

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 January 1880

mr Finding "Girl" in the Bible. An English towji missionary, a short* time ago, related a remark able incident. There was a lodging house in his district which he had longlesired to enter, but he was deterred from so doing by his friend, wbo feared that his life would be thereby endangered. He became at length so uneasy that he determined to risK all consequences and try to gain ad­ mission. 80 one day he gave a somewhat timid knock at the door, in lesponse to which a coarse voice roared out: Who's there?" and at the same moment a vici­ ous looking woman opened the door and, ordered the man of God away. "Let him some in and see who he is and what he wants," growled out the same voice. The missionary walked in, and, bowing politely to the rough-look­ ing man whom he had just heard speak, said: "I have been visiting most of the hous­ es in the neighborhood to read with and talk to the people about good things. I have passed your -door as long as I feel I ought, for I wish also to talk...

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 January 1880

•vff&ygifa* a I jj, J( Ji' LOCAL LEVIES. Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main street. De.iilvvood ha? plenty of water by its water works system. THE TKIBUNE wishes its many friends a happy .New Year. It is reported that wolves are very thick on tiie line to the Hills. It is a singular co-incident that New Years and tiie 1st day of January come on tiie same day. E. Menkus and wife, having closed out their business in this city, leave for Dead wood next week. Tiie Ootilson line of steamboats carried 41,80G,601 pounds of freight on the Mis­ souri nver lor 1879. Farsro is trying to sliovv that shehandles more private freight than Bismarck. Its wheat to be remembered. Bismarck has not been boistrous dur­ ing the holidays. The only "punching" Keaui of was that of milk. If there was a system of water works in this ty there w.mld be over live thous­ and ireel planted uext season. The article on Bismarck's freighting in teresi.s in a recent issue of TIIF. TRIBUNE was extensively copied...

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 January 1880

alii* NOTES ANHiNEWS. --Flandreau, D. T., is flourishing. —The Wadena hotel was burned last •week. —Theadore Tilton will lecture in Sioux Falls soou. —Grand Forks lias a new bank. The Bank or Dakota. —The Fargo Times will be issued en Thursdays hereafter. —Cass connty's poor have cost the coun­ ty $2,000 during the past year. —Up at Benton they call Indian pow wowe, Mm River so. 111I parties. —Yankton felt a slight shock like that tif an earthquake on the '2'J th alt. —Yankton has voted $35,000 bonds to Mcarc :i completing line of road to that city. —Lester Turner, of Sioux Falls, was re­ cently robbed of §15,000 at a Wwrthiugton, Minn, hotel. —A good quality of coal has been dis­ covered near Ft. Benton on the north side of the Missouri. —Pembina is to have a new four run of #tone null uiitl an elevator with a capacit of 30, 000 bu-luls. —The prisoners of Cass County have «©st the county for board during the past year Aboul §1.000 —The Black Hills Daily Herald is the first newspape...

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 January 1880

§•!1 '.w .. I A Dinner as Peter the Great Gave it At one ot the jjrrand dinners given by the czar, a iui^c pic was placed in ttie center ft ^entlumeu's^bleM5ujk o£ which when the startled%:c&rvet broke the r-rust, a beautiful dwarf lady, "an puris naturalibus," alt except a Head­ dress, stepped, proposed in a set speech and drank in a glass or wine the health of the company, and then retired into ... her snug. retreat ancL. was.. carried, from ""the table! Did*not Peter say he could not reform his people, but not himself? A dinrier party at the czar's must indeed have been a sight conceivable out of Bedlam, and could only have been planned in the maddest brain on earth, if a manu uscripl among the Sloan papers the British museum is believable. Such practical jokes! such wild, grotesque gamboling! the frolics of leviathan! the laughter of Titan, as frightful in his fun as in his fury! There was accommodation at the czar's table for about a hundred but the grim humorist always iss...

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 January 1880

BULL-DOG AND CABBAGE. The Surprising Besults of a Frivolous Wagira Between Two Men In Nevada. [Virginia City (Nev.) Chronicle. i" Several years ago one of the most novel wagers ever recorded was made between Farmer Treadway, of Carson, and Aid. Orndorff, of this city. Mr. Orndorff was spending a Sunday at Treadway!s, and happened to have with him a pet bull-dog which weighed forty-five pounds. The old agriculturist, on first seeing the dog, remarked that dogs were well enough in their place, but cabbages were his weakness. He also said that he intended making some experiments with cabbages to see how large a vegetable could be produced. "I calkerlate to get my cabbages up to where they'll be considered the boss." "I've had an idea," said Orndorff, that I can breed a bull-dog down to a feather-weight." "Look a-here," remarked Treadway, pulling up a fence-post and beginning to whittle it "you've got a forfcy-five pound dog, and I'm raisin' seven-and-a half-pound cabbages. Now, you sta...

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 January 1880

A 'A W- !i if Svpjji^ f, t'. ,-v TO*5' |«p!.jiw'ni. -ill nr, i—- „«*_ .*»nlk- !.*/» "N tlic IJismarcK ®rUiune. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WEBKIIT, One Year, 82 50 Six Months, 1 50 Three Mouths 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—'Ten cents per line ol nonpareil *ach insertion. Display, One inch, one time, $1 subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional linos, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-live rents per lolio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: V/t inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 Inches, $25 20 inches, $50. Professional curds, 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 communicationsof Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. &A. M., are held in their hall on the fi...

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 January 1880

C. S. WEAVER & CO., Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES AND LATH. Doors, Sasli and Mouldings. Aiao Contractors and Builders of all clashes of Baildings, Plans and Specifications. Estimates furnished on short notice. OEO. SB. OBEU Established H. M. IIOSICK Chicago. 1808. Des Moines, la CHICAGO HIDE HOUSE. CASH PAID FOR Hides, Furs, Wool & Tallow. Oberne, Hosick & Co., BISMARCK, DAKOTA. Main House 131.133 & 135 Kinzie St. CHICAGO, ILL. Branch Houses: Qm&ba «5r, & tlarney est. Lincoln, Nub. 12South 10th St. 3hovcnnc, WyemingTer, 17th St. Biemnrck, Dakota. Otiumwii, Iowa. 30 Main St. Dee Moines Iowa, Wain... & Second Sts. Junction City, Kansas, South 7thSt. &ionx City, Iowa, fearl &t. Puoblo, Colorado. J. G. MALLOY. P. F. MALLOY. WESTERN HOUSE, MALLOY BROS., Prop. J3XSMARCK, DAKlOTA The house is centrally located and fcccntly •olari.'eil, refitted uiul refurnished. Opposite the Kailrotid Depot, Prices reasonable. E Yoti can make "money by sel- ling our Sterl ...

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 January 1880

MASTBRR!) BY PASSION. Aimt Annlrfl.8tm7-'• "I admit that Kuth is quick-tempered mill tlmt ah ft often says things that she does not mean." It was TT^rmh Cleaves who spoke, mi1 nVift was defending her young and pretty cousin, who had been not quite two years the wife of Charles Gray. "Still," said Susan Adams,-another cousin, "I must say that she is much to blame. Her, husband is one of the kindest and best of men, and I know that she often makes him unhappy. She might act differently if she would. "I am not sure of that," returned TTnnna'h. "She is. not to blamefor the evil disposition which was born $n her. She cannot help her own nature. No two of us are alike in all our feelings, and we are all apt to act about as we feel. It is unfortunate that some people are diseased but I cannot say, that those are to blame who have in­ herited their disease from their ances­ tors. And so it is with our disposition." "But," suggested Susan, "that per­ son who has inherited a disease which wor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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