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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 March 1880

•fe«e ff TWO. ^. ToonS he bronght the rtrest flowers AS^thr'^th^onrteons .mil. lhajmaaked a sigh. Upon the other he bestowed, With scarce a look, ,. A few wild violets, gathered by SKf A way side brook. fCP When from the skies, that golden day, Went out the sun, Of all the flowers the first received ........ Remained not one! Some laired the swans, so me gaily graced The fawn she petted Some decked her,starling's cage allydied, Not one regretted. The other, shyly from the world Turned herapart, u. And hid her wayside violets Upon her heart, 'ijiv. .^L .M And he who gave to each that day ,Such different share, one was scorned the other breathed,, His name in piayer. TWO VALENTINES. Will Aldis turned his horse's head in­ to the long avenne, bordered by leafless trees, that led to Helen Bray's. Other 'i would have said, "that led to Mr. iray's but "otherpeople" had nut the Mme regard for Helen that he had, which made all the diflerence in the world. It was toward evenings A soft sky st...

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 March 1880

Unried Race in ffanBaa. W known that the •wrought found in. the ancient Vis iI5? Rravela of California •, prove ccn- c*™*ve^'that during ,Jbr before the period, the Paciffo ..coast was in­ habited by man. In 'a report on archaeological explorations in, Kansas, Judge E.P. West, of that State, pre­ sented a1 'large amonnt of evidence to show that at an x—„ remote period that region was peopled by a race com-, pared with which the monnd-bnilders must be accounted inodem.. The geology of the region is simple. Prior to the drift .epoch the river.chan nelo were deeper than now, and the *uVet Valleys were lower. S ubsequently the valleys were filled by a lacustrian deposit of considerable depth. In or beneath this last deposit the remains of an extinct race occur. Such remains have been found at "various depths in seven different coun ties along or near the Kansas Pacific railroad, namely, Douglass, Pottawato­ mie, Riley, Dickinson, Marion, Ells­ worth and Lincoln counties. With one except...

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 March 1880

m:J 1 :,(x 'L ffi ff a%r( -1 OFPIOIAL DIEpOTOEY. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, finiwm CRDROH.-BeT. J. G. Miller, B. D., Rector. At the rector's residence. Blessed S^g saeramewt on all Sundays and other holy days of obRfcation, at 11 a. m., St. Paul time. Sun da^ scnool and even-soag at 2 p. m. llVTBOfits* CHURCH.—8errices every Snnday at thd City Hall at 11 a. and? p. m. Sunday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30'p. m. J. M. BULL, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHCB®H.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.~ and 7 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Snnday school immediately afte* morning service. WeeKly prayer and teachers1 meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, at pastor's residence, on 2d street near Thayer. W. G.. STEVENS, Pastor. ATHOMC CHURCH.—First mass. 7:80a. m.: high mass with sermon, 10:30 a. m. Snnday school p. m. vespers, exhortation and benediction, 7 3#j. m. Main street, west end. P. JODH CHRTSOSTOM Fom, O. S. B., »'r- Rector. *»*....

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 March 1880

A WEEK OF SCANDAL riNB NATIONAL CAPITAL TORE UP BT SENSATIONS. Aoklin, of Louisiana, Aoousad of Pr* •anting a Forged Dooument— Senator Hill as a Bigamist —Increase of Crime. {Special Correspondence qf The Tribune.) TDK WEEK OF SCANDAL. WASHINGTON, March 20.—But little attention is paid generally to the various rumors and gossipy tales, social and political intrigues that repeatedly disturb the genial atmosphere of Washington, owing to their frequency. During the past few years they have been of such common occurrence that a few days will suffice to render them things of the past. A momentary tiflle of the social or politi­ cal wave as the case may be, and they are swept by, only to be resurrected by acci­ dent or by way of comparison "With some­ thing more startling that follows. Many of these scandals effecting piominent people of the country and subjecting to criticism and scorn an individual or, a parly, oftimes reacting as an argument against our form of government, iind their i...

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 March 1880

IS f-'vi .101' H\.r A S S A DEAR little thing-The diamond Ohm one person 50^oWnp^ ho^. 4Wos¥tlie cbrd^m^m^'be^a barber? ONE-FIFTH of Norway is timber land. A WOMAN'S rite—The marriage cere­ mony. THE mother of vinegar is a very sharp old lady. THE wind alwa^ '^tfds something to Wow about. A CHASM that pften separates mends —Sar-casm. THE saw-mill runs to the tone of a logarhythm. THE route to the coal* bin is a hod xoad to travel. "SHAKE," as the medicine bottle said to the invalid. :j«r A MODERN philosopher sayB that men do not go to a pantry to buy pants. NEVER argue. Consider it a loss of time, talent, patience and friendship. AFTER all, the most beautiful hair is that of your first baby, which hasn't any. IT is estimated that in this country only one person in 500 owns a horse. Are we a neighshun? HE said her hair was dyed and, when she indignantly exclaimed, 'Tis false!" he said he presumed so. STRANGE, but true. A word in sea­ son is scarcely ever spoken by a man in peppery fr...

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 March 1880

$ IS LIFE WORTH UVZHOtOOt "i TBS BABE. Begun 1—and round me glowed Huge masks, with staring eyes— And smiles alarmed me more— alter saw In pantomimal story. 1 bad no sense of time nor overmuch sense of anything I wokel—my eyes confronted with a glory That made tfiei^bpSni more and more, "It Beemedptyy&erjfek to take it in ^An0n, a ^lMaCpI^k.'would supervene, 3* Sw* *^'dHry-t(Mttgnt irotf^'and cry aloud I— The light was out I Brief, brief candle 'Iwas burnicig then, was life and love— Brief, brief candle! THE OLD MAN. *Hs further on I've staying powers '^FormeU'fs are gone,'snufled out You had better look around to-day, and if you can find a nice flat or part of a house, for $50 or $80 a month, secure it." So behold me an hour later, diligent­ ly perusing the columns of the Herald. Ah! what is this? AT WILLIAMS' BRIDGE—A cozy, partly furnished cottage of ten rooms, sur­ rounded by frmt-treee, one acre of ground. Rent, $50 per month. Only five minutes' walK from depot. Inquire of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 March 1880

itatwS? TRIBUNE TURNOVERS fjr THE SHAPE OB LOCAL ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. tDbkti of the Kr*twimu Baah*«d Up fine fat Quick Consumption and EMJT Pig—tion-- -8nt PololM si Sat Bona Good Friday. Snow birds are disappearing. .Dunn & Co. Druggists, 92 Main St Miller's stylographic pens -work to per­ fection. Gerin and Hayden are amusing the ,j, jjeople of Fargo. S toy ell's law office on Fourth street is .nearly completed. THE TRIBUKB received over 300 pounds of mail by the recently blockaded train. The circulation of THE TRIBUNE has increased nearly 300 since the first of Jan vary. The wild geese are going north in Jarge Jlocks. Spring always follows in their -wake. Although Proctor1!* pardon has been obtained, he will not return to this city "for some time yet. 3It. John O'Hara, late of Whitney's Opera House, is playing a successful en gagement at Fargo. Maj. Kirk is having Camp Hancock clcaned up and it will soon present an at tractive appearance. Bids for carrying the Mandan mail...

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 April 1880

NEWS-NOTES. :V 9 —Dakota has ten Indian agencies. —North Pacific preferred stock 64, Mamon 81ft —Chas. Vivian, the actor, died at Lead •Ille on the 20th nit. —The Grand Forks land office will be •pen for business, April 20th. —The directory fiend has given St. Louis a population of 430,009. —The poet office and several other buildings were bnrned at Saperior last Friday algkt. —The time for holding the fall elec­ tions in Iowa, has been changed from October to November. —M. Favre, the engineer of the St. Gothard tunnel, died sis mouths before its com­ pletion. —It is rumored that Horatio Seymour will accept the Democratic nomination if tend­ ered him by the party. —The reported withdrawal of General Ctrant from the presidential canvass is denied by hU friends in New York. —John Sherman and Joe Medill of the Chicago Tribune, are waging a newspaper war, with prospects in favor of the editor. —James Edward Johnson, colored, was •hot and ki.led by Joseph alias Bigfoot Johnson white, in ...

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 April 1880

UNDER THE SNOW.^,, The cold, cold snow! the snow that Hes vhitc The moon and stars are hidden, there's neither warmth nor light I wonder, wife.—I wonder, wife-where Jeanie lies this night »Tia cold. cold, cold, since Jeainie went away The world has changed, I sit and watt, and listen night and day ... The house is silent, silent, and my hair has grown so £ray Tlfi cold, cold* wife, since Jeanie went away And tickl-tick! tick! theclockgoes eve-more It chills me wiftr—it seems to keep our child beyond the door. I watch the firelight shadows as they float upon the floor, And tick! tick! tick! wife the clock goes ever more. Tie cold, cold, cold.'—'twere better she were Not that 1 heed the Minister, and the bitter things he said— Bat to think my lassie connot find a place to lay her head Tis cold, cold, cold, wife—better she were dead! The cold, cold, sncw! the snow that lies so white! Beceath the snow her little one is hidden out of sight, But, up above, the wind blows keen, there's nei...

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 April 1880

SEA-WAVES. £$ CO^otIdmu.- nXAft^ ot gnymlst.fromthe C'Vrvl. not one bright ware from me. 1 'I j?r.ilVp jS'* 8 a in an he .. ,«!» with glory ev'r? one. 1 .'* each tiny wavelet play in the sand, then back—away, .»•: .11 ,.14 Ripplingup the pebbly shore, .• t». Each the other! lappin^-o'er -Frolicking in wanton glee, Children ofthe grand old sea. 1 Sea-waves, as ye come and f$ ,/ v. In your ceaseless ebb and flo w, .' liive my earth-tired, weary feet vv vtEasethUr burning,-cool their heat. Dashyour white spray on my browv It rests my throbbing temples so. Oool, bright sea-waves, and ye hear iOn your placid bosoms there •White-winged ships from many a clime, 'Sainst the fair sky there outlined. And Heath yeur CQOI waves so deep, Z^zy sunfixh bast and sleep i2 your bright reflection there We've read the mermaidb dress their hair. But the scene is changing now, And.each vessel dips her prow Deep in waves as black as night See then dashing in their mightt The wind blows free. and wild, and...

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 April 1880

II W^i ft i- I* I. Stye |i0tttarck frtbune. BY c. A. LOUN8BERRY. ,J ""TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATE 8: WEEKLY, ONE Year, $2 contract W Six Months, 1 50 »». Timed Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents JLT l'ne, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten 31 l^rofess^ona^'cards, four lines or less, $10 Advertisements in column of "Want?," "For Sale." "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. For rates of display advertising apply jit this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Eriacor*x CHURCH.—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D., Re€tor. At the rector residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy day* of obligation, at 11 a. m., St. Panl time. Snu day school aud even-song at 2 p. m. "MKTIIUDIST CHURCII.—Services every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a. aud 7 in. Innday school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every Thurs lay evening at 7.30 ...

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 April 1880

a#'" §M: I ti If j.. I 7 I' ii'1'' LABORING UNDER DISADVANTAGES. Thus far this mischievous, unnatural and discreditable action has not been con­ summated. It has been threatened.and the incipient measures have been intro­ duced. The result is a conundrum. A majority in congress may* yet remember that the road has been completed from Lake Superior to a point west of the is iiouri river and the work on its comple­ tion is being pushed forward as rapidly «8 it could be under the auspices of any other company that the present company has done as much heretofore as ought to have been expected under the unexpected and unavoidable disastrous circumstances with which it has been forced to contend that it has led to the discovery of the most extensive and productive wheat and other cereal growing belt in the world, extend­ ing from th« Red River of the North to the Pacific ocean and from the forty-sixth parallel of north latitude that it has dem­ onstrated this fact and published it to the c...

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 April 1880

WITH THE DEAD U5AVES FA JJBQX THB JAPAXESB ?3SleHnF&'e reS^^ ^, Urged by the keen wind'rs j. Teased here and there in a Bliuuuenng tHrtmjr, ~~Throui?ta~the alleys aad-lanes of the-rato- Then it wae spring, and the Bun-rays shone On fresh young tints from a cloudlcsB sky, And I with my sweetheart strolled ^one. To tell her my soul's deep ecstacy.: 1 kissed her smiles, and my thoughts, love. M#er di earned that the future, couldjibet saiL Bat Winter came, and the green leavesfell, My love's soul went to the dreamland shore And the witfd and thread leaves sa&a the sad knell. Of the good, true heart I should woo never 1 So when r'near the leaves and the ram, *1 I thiiik ofttfy love, and HVe again. FR03FTHK WAYSIDE. FT Dr. Silas Walsh one day sat in fife office reading a very interesting book... Jt was apart of his business, this reading, for the book was a science within the Bcope of his profession. He was compara­ tively a young man, and had the reputa­ tion of being aa excelle...

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 April 1880

1 THE 'titorf PEN. [Made from a fetter of'Tionnivardr the'Pm. JL of Chillon the Ilandle of Wood from the 5iVfa e^9fettBUtntio,,»" andb6und -with aGir- ®*e" °flwM^fti86t with'three precious stones from Sib^^yl'on arid I thoughi-thispen would arise" From ttee casket 'wher^ it !ie8~, As it used to "write on the sky The song^of the sea and blast. .1 But motionless as I wait, Like a Bishop lyine in state Lies the Pen, with its miter of Gold, And its jewels inviojatc. Then mu?t I 6peak, and say Thbt the light of that summer day In the garden under the pines Shall not fade ana pass awav. I shall see you standing there, Caressed by the fragrant air, With the shadow on your face And the sunshine on your hair. I shall hear the sweet low tone Of a voice before unknown, Saying, 'This is from me to yon— From me, and to you alone." And in words not idle and vain I shall answer, and thank you again For the gift,, and the grace of the gift, O beautiful Helen of Maine! And forever t! is gift wili be...

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 April 1880

r? V# (. REGULAR LOCAL LAY TtiUB TRIBUNE REPORTERS ON H.TJf* RAMPAGE. :.. r4Nt D»yi In tt* •Mtarl M*tNf«U« e* Fallsa Lmv« tram »T*»t llota Book—Bona* in F«p«r 10 Uemta. Mr. Coytendall declines to run for city dtiik—don't want it. fu Dr Porter is having a new coat of paint put on his office, 37 Main street Dr Porter has a fine little store build for rent next to Justus Bragg's, 28 Main meet. Kissing, it is said, may now be done by telephone but it is sweeter and nicer to be nearer the subject. The employees of the steamer Eclipse received eighty-five per cent of their last mmmcr's wages by the recent sale ot the boat. Joseph Deitrich has qn the way from St. Paul anew twelve passenger omnibus. Joe will do a rushing business this sum­ mer. Dr. Bentley was called to Painted •Woods Saturday night to attend Mrs. O. D. Myer. The boy and mother are both doing well. Mrs. McMahon, of Mandan, gave birth a few days ago to a boy which KICKS the beam at twelve pounds. He is said to be an unusuall...

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 April 1880

^', ^Tft**' •s. ^"VH^fWa1-1!* Iym#:i ,f?Y« £a.\ NEWS-NOTES. —Herald Irish famine fund $321,993.15. —"Eastward, the (Chinese) star of em­ pire takes its way. —Moorhead is about to erect an eight tfeousaud dollar school house. —The Minnesota state republican con­ vention assembles at St. Paul May 20th. —Indian agent Livingstone being tried tor crookedness at Yankton, has been found not f»ilty. —Richard Van Renselaer, the last of th« old 1'at.roon family, died iu Albany, N. Y., Tuesday a^ed 83. —Montana has five hundred gold pro 4acing gulches that last year produced $5,000, •W in gold aud silver. —A rich vein of copper is said to have been discovered in the northern part of the Black Hills by Kobt. Floorman. —Silas Beebe, for the murder of Geo. Laudpliere. near Crow creek agency. 4th of July last, IIUH been found guilty and will hang June 4rd. —The liberals gained fifteen members ml Parliament In the recent election in England. This pronouuees the doom of the Beaconslietd 1" vernraeut...

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 April 1880

A BEFLI cum "V''HJ« the motive, my friend, give* the color to friend Ship Had you needed ft tonic or itimulint wlnet, I should justify measures in dealing out nostrama Aa safeguard 'gainst iUs in malarious dimes. You affirm that the tone of your system is perfsct. Tour business successful. your politics true, Tpur fireside the center of peace and attraction— Ho place in the wide world so sunny for you. Thai why, I demand, should a creature inhuman Repeat all the scandal maliciously said, And dub himself friehdly while stirring up discord Where kindness oiiee flourished so gayly instead? I would say, though with license I make the »ug gestion, For the world will plod on, though a seer might proclaim, When a friend condescends to barter contention He should lose your respect, while he forfeit the name. But ray mo tire is i»t to estimate losses Philosophy argues from cause and effect— Look up and press enward Time's never a laggard: The walk of tbe man shows you what to expect. It need...

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 April 1880

£-5 OUT IN THE COLD. !£b* B. B. LONG. Out In the cold how I'm wandering alone, Far from my friends and far from my home 1 far from the Bceoea of my childhood so deal*,' Shrinking before the cold world's heartleaa jeer, Once I had friends I thought loving and true Once, amid pleasure and nonor, I grew ,! Once. Oh I tue word has a sorrowful tono, For pleasure has left me and honor is gone. Children at one time I fondled with glee Where are they now, with lisht hearts and free? Where are the dear ones I once loved so well? Why have they left me, can any one tell? Ah I I remember my poor Wife bad died Myself and my two sons stood close by her side She took both their hands, and whispering said— Take care of thy father when mother is dead. The homestead I gave them 'twas all I could give TJeneath its old roof they said I could live. But soon a change came, and I, poor and old^ Was turned from its threshold out In the cold. Father, forgive them the deed they hare done, Though they have pl...

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 April 1880

w» 'if Jw 3*- OCT IN THE COLD. Bt B. B. LONG. Ont In. the colA how I'm wandering alone, WS 6?||/ ^M from my friends and far from my home J«r trom the scenes of .my childhood BO dear,' "tinnUng before the cold worlds heartleu jeer, -®110® I l"d friends I thought loving and trne Once, amid pleasure and tiouor. I grew Once. Oh I tne word has asorrowful tone, for pleasure has left me and honor is gone* Children at one time I fondled with glee where are they now,, with lisht hearts and free? Wnere. txe the dear oneB I once loved so well? Wny have they left me, can any one tell? Ah I I remember my poor Wife bad died Myself and my two sons stood close by her side She took both their hands, and whispering Bald Take care of thy father when mother is dead. |The homestead I gave them 'twas all I could give "Beneath its old roof they said I could live. soon a change came, and I, poor and old, Was turned from its threshold out in the cold. Ffether, forgive them the deed they have done, Though th...

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 April 1880

-J J*., •v: •m ...M 81ic $teiw«H tribune. "i5~ BY 0. A. tOUNSBERRY. 5 |T TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION BATES: "WEKKLT, On# Year, $2 80 Six Months. 1 50 •t Three Months ,, ADVERTISING BATES Local and. foreign business notice?. 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch Professional cards, fonr lines or less, $10 per annum. Advertisements ill column of "Wants, "For Nile," "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. For"contract rates of display ndvertisin HI this office or send for ncivertisin apply rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. KriscoPAL Cnancii.— Rev. J. G. Miller. B. Rector. At the rector's residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days of obligation. at 11 a. n., ft. Paul lime. Sun­ day school and even-song at 2 p. in. METHODIST CHUBCII.—Services every Sunday at the Citv Hail, at 11 a. and 7 TO- "nudity school*immediately after morning service, l'raver meeting eve...

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