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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 January 1880

CHASED BY COYOTES. BY CROOKS: All Califoraians who have ever travel­ ed in our Golden States much have either saen or heard of coyotes. Therefor^ it will be unnecessary for^me to give a mi­ nute description pf t^§:animal/ As a general thing they resemble the dog are, however, smaller than a com mon-sixod cur, and have a lqng, pointed nose they are inveterate cowards, and very rarely attack men, unless hard pressed by hunger. Many a weary miner has had his slum­ bers ruthlessly, broken by the unearthly howlings of the cbyotes, and in extreme indignation has seized his gun with the intention of putting an end to some of his tormentors, but saiied out only to see the whole pack scamper off. However cowardly coyotes may usual­ ly be, I, for one, have just cause for bitter hatred for the animal, as I once had an adventure with them that came near •oeting me my life. In the winter of '53 I was residing in one of our mountain towns, and often, by way of recreation,, would .take my gun and ...

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 January 1880

,-,'K ill [,® S'i. I1 it!-} 'I 11 "TfT' LOCAL levies. Dunn & Co., Druggiaia, No. 92 Main •licet. The blacksmith shops are still crowded •with wotk. Mr. J. Lenihan has started a new line of water carts. Ekler & Co. will re-occupy their old tftancl next week. Dan Eisenberg's new store room is very nicely arranged. Ths new tower far the fire bell is near­ ly completed. "Dot" has re-opened in the restaurant business on Third street. Dr. Porter lias sold two lots on Front street, Mandau, lor §750. Mr. J. H. Marshall will move into his new building in a day or two. Several new water tanks on the streets. More water is what the people want. More ladies received callers in Bis­ marck New Years than in Yankton. Whitney's troupe gave a successful en­ tertainment at Linc()in Monday night. The Custer Hotel is crowded. The fact i« McGowan is one of the "good fellows." Geo. Hazen has been appointed post­ master at Ft. Buford and Mr. Mead at Ft. Yates. Jolin.Whalen is enlarging his fire-pr...

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. — 16 January 1880

BAND OF PAINE MARAUDERS MOT SrcVESSFULL IN STEALING THE STALWART STATE. The^KepnMicans Submit their Case to the Supreme Court and. Gen* Chamberlain Ignores tlio Furious Fusionists. Special Dispatches to The Tribune. IT WON'T "WORK. AUGUSTA, Me., Jan. 13.—At twenty min­ utes to six this evening the Republican members of the Senate and House pro­ ceeded to tlie State House for the purpose of organizing the Legislature. The move­ ment was entirely unknown to the Fu­ sionists, and was known to but few Re­ publicans outside of the immediate members. The news that the Republicans bad taken the State House spread rapidly and caused great rejoicing among the Republicans. Mr. Lawson, president ot the Senate, when he saw the people as­ sembling, proceeded to Gen. Chamber­ lain's headquarters and and excitedly aaid: "I protest against these men coming in!" The General informed Lawson that he should permit the ifien to come in and gtay as long as they pleased. There was no forcible resistance w...

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. — 16 January 1880

THE CAROL-SINGERS. Tiro aw«et fair faces on a Christmas n'ght— Two pure eirl-voices rich with such sweet tone, That listeners stand entranced and Times swift flight Passes unknown. Qrandly the story of the Saviour's birth Is told bv these sweet sincere to the throng Nobly the clarion-notes of "Peace on earth" Ring forth in'song. With voices all attuned to harmony, And hearts that rise and leap with every note, The sinters stand, and wild-bird melody Trills from each throat. So sweet the song that every listener.there Sees the glad story as in words of gold, Like some fair picture traced with wondrous care In days of old. All hall! the glorious heaven-sent giftot song, Mighty to him who has and him who hears! The one great power enduring, ever strong Through all the year! IxRJZZLY BEAR. There never was such a boy for getting into scrapes and having such strange ad­ ventures as Griswold Burr. (Of course all of the boys and most of the girls call­ ed him "Grizzly Bear.') "Wish I'd been...

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. — 16 January 1880

A CHKISTMA8 IDYL. lib, the wintry winds blew chilly through the long and dreary night, B«t the Christmas bells ring gaily through the gray, dim morning light. Lilthe moonlight cold and sparkling gleamed the white and drifted snow. Bat the morning sunlight blended with the hearth-lire's cheery glow. Chime, chime merrily chime, Bells of the holy Christmas time Wake with your music the echoes that sleep, When the gray mountains their solemn watch keep Ring out your gladness o'er hillside and main Ring till the New Year bells echo the strain Toll for'the old year's record of wrong. Wail for its losses in agonized song Chant a glad pa?.an for victories won, And an anthem of hope for the days that will come. Flash ruddy fires, in your roseate light, Weave us fair pictures of memories bright Golden and warm let tfie embers burn. As the pages of memory's tablets we turn. Some of the pages are blotted with sin, Wrong has been wrought Bince the Old Year came in. Evil been done since the last ...

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. — 16 January 1880

®1)C $umflrdi Sribune. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WKBKLT, One Year, $2 60 Six Months, 1 50 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transiest.—Ten cents per line oi nonpareil e*drfinsert!on. Display, One inch, one time, fttrgygbsc-ouent insertions, 50 cents: additional Soea, nonpareil, at same rate. /^Legal Notices.—Seventy-live cents perjplio for •ret insertion and flfjy cents per lolio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 2V4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $ia 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 bq collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the fir®t and third mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in good "landing 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. — 16 January 1880

PMngcomplaint, e,s. .»lT, 10 Warrant. --JA& Attending conrt two days, ,^4 00 Oisiniftslnc ease, 25 Total, $700 Territory of Dakota, VB. Dan. Sullivan, petit larceny. Dos. case, 55 Campl tint, 60 Filing complaint, 10 Warrant, so Two subpoenas, 100 Adjournment, 50 •ttendiug court two days, 4 00 Judgement, CO Mittimus, so Total, $7 85 Territory of Dakota, vs. John Anderson, breaking into a room in the Northwest­ ern Hotel, with intent lo commit an in­ decent assault. Boe. case, 25 Complaint, SO Filing comolaint, *10 Warrant. 50 Subpoena, 50 Swearing three witnesses, 30 Attending court one day, 2 00 Undertaking, 25 Filing undertaking, 10 Transcript, 1 00 Total, $5 50 Territory of Dakota, vs. W O Whitney, house-breaking. Doc. case, 25 Complaint, 50 Filing complaint, 10 Warrant, 60 Attending court one day. 8 00 Bismiseiag case, 25 Transcript, 100 Total, $4 60 Territory of Dakota, vs. Andrew Collins, house-breaking. Boc. case, $ 25 Complaint, 50 Filing complaint, 10 Warrant, 60 Attendi...

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. — 16 January 1880

Vt/ *,- »&*£ 7" ii .it'-t 3&< ^P'T^y 7' SUBK ADD OTMPLB OTJBE FOB WABT8. —I will send you A recipe for oaring warts, which I have tried and know it to be a rare cure. Procure a wild tur­ nip out of the woods, cut a piece of it off and rub the inside of it on the wart a few times, and in a short time the wart will be gone and will not leave any scar at all. If the wart is large and raw it will be a little sore. 1 had nearly a hundred warts on my hands, and I put on the turnip and they are entirely gone. Try it, one and all. CUBE OF SCIATICA AND NKUBALGIA.— Dr. Ebrard, of Kimes, states that he IIM for many years treated all his cases of sciatica and neuralgic pains with an approved apparatus, consisting merely of a flat-iron and vinegar, two things that will be found in every house. The iron is heated until sufficiently hot to vaporize the vinegar, and is then cov­ ered with some woolen fabric, which is moistened with vinegar, aud the appa­ ratus is applied at once to the 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. — 16 January 1880

'was Christmas 1 ''Wfc HER CHRISTMAS DBEAM. eve,Bnowdriftingdeep,~ id. bright Bat all the house was warm an jws®And grandmamma lay fast asleep, The scarlet silk and laces white Making aglow of tender grace Orer the calm and placid face, Where smiles were flitting to and fro •t .'Where sudden lirhts and shadows fall. "Children, step lightly and speak low, ,, Atiii softly spread the fleecy shawl •Her dreaming soul mayhap doth keep /Some fairer Christmas in its sleep." Then quickly o'er the household steals The hush of thoughtful, loving caJm, •. Until through waiting silence. Like jubilant, triumphant psalm, Tlie ringing, singing bells that say, "To-morrow, friends, is Christmas Day." The sleeper weke, and lay serene "With clasped hands upon her breast. vDear God," she said, "so sweet a dream! Could it come true, I were so blest, So blest! such Christjpas feast to keep. Ah, Mary, I have been asleep. ''And dreaming, dear—a wondrous dream I saw my home so strangely fair Its halls with s...

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. — 16 January 1880

Jfcrzir 'w W Wf. v% fPr 'jfr ve tf-' "sfr'*' 7il)unn v/i .rfe% •^7 1% "T V&ii sk 'Vf JS?- TUt rv*^§Et'il "SftKM?!.^ "'W*"'L 3f'l, ." '&%??<!• V»!«#."'. s% .lA 4 & Co., IJruggists, No, 92 -Main •tt »ct. ,v The firin of Eckford «fc Plummer, Man dan, is no more. Henry Subtle advertises in this issue Lay and oats for sale. John Rea is a big man in the Fargo Chamber of Commerce. The Shsridan House hotel girls give a social party on the 26th. •v.iv The Northern Pacific Express office is now in the !$heridan House. TVlandau is to have a 3inging school, with Prof. Denney, as instructor. The Fargo Argus says that Jimmy Emmons is a confidential friend of Til don. The new fire bell is in its elevated po Rition. and its wild peals are very sugges­ tive of fire. Asa Fisher lias sold his interest in the Mandan branch store to Mr. Gill, his for­ mer partner. Charley Williams has a beautiful red light free lunch transparancy in front of the Minne-ha-ha. The firm of Buckley & Keat...

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 January 1880

fr iu M' 1* I •iV If' l|%-r & m&^'V 7'^-V/J^3.-'%- X-J\' «v_i #1 S.- I $|« -*-r. ,'*" 1 House in Maine. —Sam. Gary, the Greenbacker, thinks Washburne is rapidly gaining strength. —Col. Barr has assumed his duties as private secretary to the secretary of war. —Orville Grant is now clerking in the Chicago postoffice, at a saiary of $700 a year. —M. C. Russell, the newly appointed register of the Duluth Land) Office will make a good one. —It is found that Bailey, the Hong Kong consulate has swindled the United States out of abont $30,000, —A. DeLacy Wood, of the Brecken ridge Free Press has leased his office and will •hortly start a paper at Caledonia to be called the Northern Signal. —Ex-register of deeds, and ex-judge of probate W Cook, of Houston county, Minn., committed suicide on the 24th, by shooting himself through the head. —Members of the California State as aembly took a vote recently on the presidential preference, as follows: Blaine, 22 Grant, 12 Thurman, 21 Seymour...

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. — 30 January 1880

WOMAN GOSSIP MyloTW. My lover 1B not young nor fair Ho knightly armor does be wear, Nor title of degree He has no princely lands, nor gold— No jewels rare, no trearares old— To bring and offer me. Bat, to me, dearer far than lands His fond, true heart his willing hands Wig spirit firm and bold. More precious, though unknown to fame, Is his untarnished, honest name, lhan mines of glittering gold. I Biches take wings and fly away Earth's, treasures tarnish and decay, And youth's fair features fade But love, true love,smoothes life's rough ways. And sings of brighter, better days, Nor aeks to be repaid. GHAMBEBSBUBG, Pa. K. A. O. An Eastern Bride. A girl, after she is betrothed, is cooped tip in a small room, with shackles oi gold and silver upon her ankles and wrist. If she is to be married to a man Who has discharged, dispatched or lost a former wife, the shackles which the former wife wore are put upon the new bride's limbs, and she is fed till they are filled up to the proper thick...

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 January 1880

BT TBI SKA. My blue-eyed pet with golden hair, •-•i. is sitting on my knee, ,. And gaaee eagerly afar, Across the beach, beyond the bar Where rolls the restless sea.,, gbe put* her little hand ia mine, And laughs with childuh glee, To see the foaming billows splash, As on the shore they fiercely dash Then glide back silently. But while 6he laughB so merrily My heart is far away: And as I look upon the shore, Where loud and 1OB§ the breakers roar, My sad 60ul seems to say 'The sea is like a Of happy days gone by." Tet, while I muse in mournful mood, And gaze upen the sea. My blue-eyed pet with golden hair, Whose heart has never known a care, Whose voice is music in the air Still site upon my knee. Her head is resting on my breast— Her eye6 in slumber deep The same rough sea, whose breakers roar, And madly, fiercely lash the shore, Has lulled my child to sleep. A Washerwoman's Daughter. A little Swiss muslin apron, with ruffles, pockets, and ribbons, is a very seductive thing, even wh...

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 January 1880

Utenutrch Sribune. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WKKKLT, One Year, $2 80 Six Monthe, 1 BO Three Months 78 ADVERTISING KATES: Transient.—Ten'cents per line of nonpareil each insertion. Display, One inch, one time, 1 subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional ines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 2V4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 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 Bismarck Lodge No. 130, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on the fir»t and third mondays of each month at 1 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ ...

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 January 1880

COUNTY COMMISSI ONEMS. Proceedings of Tlielr Lost Sleet taf. BISMARCK, Jan. 24,1880. Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to call. Present—Frank Don nelley, chairman, and Jas. A. Emmons. On motion of Jas. A. Emmons, Re­ solved that the Bismarck steam ferry company's rate of license, be and is here­ by fixed for the year 1880, at seventy-five ($75) dollars per month, payable quarter­ ly. Carried. Jas. A. Emmons offered a motion that the sheriff of Burleigh County be author­ ized to employ two guards or jailors, to whom f37.50 each, per month, will be al­ lowed, and the sheriff is also authorized to remove all shackles and manacles from the limbs of prisoners. Yeas, Jas. A.Em­ mons nays, Frank Donnelly. On motion,the deed of the corporate au­ thorities of the City of Bismarck to the County of Burleigh, to lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and lots 15,16, 17, 18. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24, now recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the County of Bur­ leigh, is accepted, an...

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 January 1880

t::-x WS BUST *HB taaght CUlDBi, Ohio. P4SI as ou no aromniB. Wtar* shall we trarr the past? Shall w* bury It In Lithrt Ba*, Hun bo «cho may ring of ito beautlM yem, *9 (laMs* our hearts or awake* oar to«w» Mirii wa re to our dreams with «o thonght of .awl rtZrMk ao wrtaths of ite fast-faded flowawl CT.»h we lagr it aside with n«'»r a prayer, 3b slssp in eWitionf Oh,no no»«he«el Where rtaUwsb«y tie »as»? ghall we lower It down In the tomb? While the breathing! of woe peal ite reqnleni fc«w— Ttmwffc it ermehee onr hoarta, breathe there the leetpmyerl Shall the dew-drops of sorrow fall orer It now, Aad the eeld veil of death overshadow its brow? Tbosfhit's stolen oar yonng life's fragranoe and bloom— Ah, no! we cannot ewer It Inte the tomb. Where skall we bnry the past? •hail we bnty it in memory's oellt |t has taoght «s of life by its mystio power 5 has taaffht ns that death's ware may oome any hoar It has ma sweet lessens of patience and kae taught ns to long for the mansions above,...

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 January 1880

Parental Care in Ifrance. From the turn, his daughter is borri' Tt French father begins to think of her dot, says a writer in the Bazar. A sum ol money, however small, is immediately pat away in income, and these savings are added to the original sum. Any un­ expected windfalls brought to him by a good stroke of business or fortune's in­ vestments are wholly or in part consecra­ ted to the same purpose. Thus the original amount, insignificant in the be­ ginning, being always left at interest, in­ creases itself to a pretty little dowry by fhetime the little girl has reached a mar rageable age. Unlike many heads ot families in America, who, from the very warmth ot their affection for wife and children, spend their entire days, and of ~n evenings, toiling at counting house md officc, the French husband and fath lives in the midst of his children, oc­ cupying himself constantly with their wants, their wishes and the growth of their minds. His business hours are short therefore he has 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. — 30 January 1880

S,R 7U *v 4 1 SCRAPS OF LOCAL 8LU8H IjEFT APTEtt SIZING UP THE SO LI IP COLUMNS. Bits of Paltry Prepared by the Tri­ bune's fancy Cook) With an Eye to Eay Digestion- Served mritli Wine. The steamer Eclipse will be sold Feb. 10th. Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 93 Main itieet. The clothing stores in this city are do­ ing a rushing business. The new wash house on Fourth St. is advertised as lirst-class. The government is laying in large sup­ ply of ice at Ft. Lincoln. J. F. Wallace is making preparations for a large nursery on his farm. Alex McKinzie, the new U. S. Deputy Marshal will sell the Eclipse. The Eclipse, although a good boat will probably be sold foi a small figure. Proposals are wanted by the county board for a bridge across Apple Creek. Henry Yunch's new hotel at Mandan, the Merchants, is now open for business. The man Fox, who "stuffed" Spillman, has been bounced by the stage company. Dr. W. A. Burleigh recently rode into Deadwood with 12,000 pounds of Buffalo meat. 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. — 6 February 1880

IM l" "t NEWS AX I) NOTES. —Wood is ten dollars per cord at Ben­ ton. —A terrible storm raged at Fargo Sat­ urday last. —Dennis Kearney's family are said to be in a destitute condition. —Grand Forks is about to have a re unionlof the old-timers of '71. —For the fourth time in the present •century Lake-Zurich, Switzerland, nas frozen over. —The Pioneer says that diphtheria, pneumonia and erysipelas are over-plentiful at lrort Meade. —The Iieno court-martial recommended dismissal, but Gen. Sherman favors suspension for one year. —A Russian vessel with 2,000 soldiers aboard, went down with all on board recently in the Caspian sea. —An annexation society has been or­ ganized in Montreal, Canada. They want to be governedvby the United States. —The Heathen Chinee have not all de­ serted Burleigh County. One celestial whoops it up on a Manclan wash-boat d. —Chicago should be called the city of churches instead of Brooklyn. She has nearly four hundred of them, but still a wicked city. —Bars...

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. — 6 February 1880

THE PARTING WORD. BT OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. I must leave thee, lady sweet Months shall waste beforewe meet Winds are fair, and sails are spread, Anchors leave their ocean bed Ere this shining day grow dark,^' Skies shall gird my shoreless bark Through thy tears, O, lady mine. Read thy lover's parting line. When the first sad sun shall set, Thou shalt tear thy locks of jet When the morning star shall rise, Thou shalt wake with weeping eyes When the second sun goes down, Thou more tranquil shall be grown, Taught too well thy wild despair Dims thine eyes and spoils thy hair. All the first unquiet week Thou 6halt wear a smileless cheek In.the first month's second half Thou shalt once attempt to laugh Then in Pickwick thou shalt dip, Slightly puckering round the lip, Till at last, in sorrow's spite, Samuel makes thee laugh outright While the first seven mornings last Bound thy chamber bolted fast, Many a youth shall fume and pout, "Hang the girl, she's always out!" While the second week ...

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