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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 April 1880

IS AP FAULT ^*'.». C«« x: i.J-.. , v* 5 «•£. THOHrSOX'S THEORY OF fff£ RECENT BLOCKADE. 1h» Management Exonerated from Blame—The Experience of the Past Did Not Justify a Great Expenditure. WAS IT A FAULT? It is a common thing to hear men whose position gives them character for wisdom, venting their private spleen on the management of the Northern Pacific railroad. This is rarely done by blaming any one particular person or by specify­ ing any distinctive feature of the manag­ ing delinquency but they do it in an indirect and covert manuer, calculated they conceive, to produce a more cer­ tain and damaging effect. They assert that Jay Cooke was a man of extraordi­ nary bagacity, of great patriotism, of wonderlu attachment to the interests of the Northwest, and of devoted friendship •nd unequalled service to the N. P. rail­ road, but that he allowed himself to be made a pecuniary martyr by its design­ ing, unscrupulous, selfish and extrava­ gant management. They mention the profits re...

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. — 9 April 1880

A LESSON IN read :ead to. lier,,one summer day,., ,a it $ $ About the mala who lftag:hea fct lQve And rian a racefor lojye/apd^pry.f^^ I closed the book. She raised her eves And hushed the sonar she had been humming. Glancing across the "shady lawn, •. I saw A my wealthy rival coming. "These ancient tales," I gravely said, "With meaning wise are often laden, And Atlanta wiell may stand ... As type of many a modern maiden* "Minus, of course, the classic sandal, But with no less of nimble grace, How many dainty slippered feet Are Tunning ntw that self-same racer r': "And when^Hippomenes casts down His golden apples, is there ever A chance for love to reach the goal With saUcy smile, she answered, "Never!" I rose to go—she took my hand— (Oh Fate! you ne'er that clasp can sever) s, And "Stay," she said, with a sudden blush, 'Tou know that I meant—hardlu ever." —Eliza C. Hall, in Scribrur. The Voice. Socrates divined the quantity of a man's voice, mind or soul by the tone of his voice, a...

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 April 1880

'. HJS&DOsiQ Iff hilt tO SCfld*'.' i. "As many persons, so many opinions," says the Latin proverb. Can there be a Ten Commandments ..for reading whose obvious universalsimplicity and wisdom prove them, by "It# meiojetaM ment? Not yet, if at all. At present the question, What shall we read? is almost as universal as the question, What did the Sirens sing? The utmost that can well be attempted is to set down a few hints about the present state of things in the matter of reading —hints, if possible, not entirely useless to the scholar and, if possible, of some service to the average intelligent youth. History is the backbone, natural science excepted. Unless historically, upon the basis of the utmost possible historical knowledge, there can be no thorough acquaintance with theology, philosophy, political, .economy, social conditions and affairs—in! short, with aU hftinan'lite and progress and activity on earth though,of course,the routine drudgery of business and investigations in ...

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. — 9 April 1880

SUNSHIN Eg STRAN DS COLLECTED OR THE TRIBUNE LOCAL ROPE. "Shorts" left Alter Sifting Oat the Solid "Iionff*"—Or, a Prize Lot­ tery in Which there are If# Blinfc Numbers- Dunn & Co., Druggists, 03, Main street. Has anybody Jieard from Bad Land 'Carney? Seedine commenced in Dakota before it did in Minnesota. There were over 800 arrivals at the ho­ tels during the past week. One hundred laborers for work on the extension arrived Tuesday. Over 700 cars of freight received at this city during the past ten days. President Hayes advertised for teams to seed his farm near this city, this week. 8. H. Emerson will put in fifty acres of wheat ou his farm north of this city this apring. From five to seven freight trains are now arriving daily. Verily, it doth look like a boom. Joe. Pennell, who has been quite sick with the measles, is out again and recov­ ering rapidly. Farmer Harry Hollemback advertises four hundred bushels of choice potatoes fox sale, cheap. A number day HJ of passengers ...

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 April 1880

FF HA 6 If VOL. VII. NEWS-NOTES. —Northern Pacific, common, .27%— preferred. 62. —Lord Lytton Viceroy of India will be made Earl of Lytton. —Sioux City saloons are now obliged to close at 11 p. m., and on Sunday*. —Total net liberal jjain in recent elec­ tions inGreat Britain 109 seats. Whew I —The St. Paul railroads have adopted a plan and wi!l erect a union depot at the foot of Stbley ntreut, —Maxwell, a notorious road agent, es­ caped from jail at Yankton the 13th. $2,200 re­ ward on his head and it isn't of much account either. —John M. Clark has held the office of •herift' in Boston. Mat*., for twenty-flvc succes •lve years, at eight successive elections being «koseu unanimously. —Gen. Grant witnessed a peculiar •port called "bull-tailing" in Mexico. It is little lessbarbarous tliau the "bull-fights for Which I hat cm try is famous. —The sub-committee of the House on the Pi.ciilc Railroads, reported adversely on the Hn years extension, au amendment is now be­ fore tlieiu. makin...

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 April 1880

MARY'S GOAT. Mary had a William goat, And he was black as jet He followed Mary 'round all day, And liked her? you just bet! He went with her to school one day The teacher kicked him out It made the children grin, you know, To have that goat about. Biit'thougli old Whack'em kicked him Vet still he lingered near -He -waited justtjutside the'door Do wn just below his v6st: out, Till Wfiack'em did appear. Then William ran to meet that man— He ran his level best And met him just behind, y.ou know- I 1 Old Whack'em turned a sommersault The goat stood Sh his head,' And Mary laughed herself so sick- She had to go to bed. PRINCE NAPOLEON. The Pope Orders the Princess Clothilda to Be Reconciled to Her Profligate Lord—His Reception at Turin. [Paris Letter to"?New York Tribune.] Princeas Clothilda has submitted to the Church, and is reconciled to her husband, iroin whom she has lived apart for seven years. Her grievances were too public to put up with them, aud she retired to a hunting seat—the...

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 April 1880

THE FOLDED LEAF. A folded page, oldi.fetalned and blurred,"'""** I found within your book last night. I did not read the dim. uYou :daVk-_words -Is&w in th&slaw-waning lights So put it back, and left it there, As if, in truth,•£ did not care. .' Ah! we have all a folded leaf-- t. T' "That In Time's book of long ago We leave: a half-reiief Falls on us when we hide it so. We fold it down, then turn away, And who may read that page to-day?, Not you, my child, nor you, my wife Who sit beside my study chair For all have something in their life, And blot the dark-brown eyes I see And golden curls at evening beam Above the black'locks at my knee. Ah me! that leaf is folded down, And aye for me the locks are brown. And yet I love them who sit by, My best and dearest—dearest now. They may not know for what I sigh, (. That they, and they alone, may bear— A trifling lie, a deadly sin, A something bought they did not win. .. My folded leaf! how.blue eyes gleam What brings the ehadow on ...

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 April 1880

Sfye ^isntttrtlt Srilmtte. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $2 60 1 60 76 WEKKLT, One Year, Six Months, Throe Months ADVERTISING RATES Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents Tier Hhe, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lilies to the Inch »,n Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 pi-r annum. Advertisements in column of "Wants, 'Tor :?i\!e." "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line cach insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. for contract ratesof display advertising apply this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JiitscoPAL CHPBCH.—Rev. J. O. Miller, B. Rector. At the rector's residence. Blessed •acrament on all Sundays and other holy days *robligation, at 11 a. m., St. Paul time. Sun­ day school and even-song dt 2 p. m. MIIODIST CHURCH.—Services every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a. and 7 m. lunday chool immediately after morning service, i'raver meeting every Thurs :ay veniitg at 7.30*p. m....

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 April 1880

a, a t-, a, Ss I 0 .-« S "O Repa'rs promptly attended to. 4MT 1 j:tHX|.-'' •". '•vKWtZ-mZZ- ,vi- WHOLESALE GROCERS McLean & Macnider, Wholesale Sole Agents for Schlitz's Export Beer and Peasley's Ale and Porter Bo. 54 Main St., BISMAECK D. T. DRUGS AMD NOTIONS. W. A. HOLLEMBAEK, holesale Druggist —DEALER IN— WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, ETC. Also White Lead, Paints .£c3 Oilt and Varnishes. _£c1 DUNN J. O. CAI)Y, Furniture and Undertaking, No. 19 NORTH THIRD ST., BISMARCK. D. T. PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS,^ETC. CARRIAGE WORKS. Bismarck Carriage Works. I wish to inform tbo Public that I have opened a FIRST-CLASS OAK.RXA.a-E SHOP, FIFTH ST., NEAR MEIGS Where I am piepared to do all kinds of Light and Heavy Work. Horse-Shoeing in all its Branches. C^-ALL GOVERNMENT WORK ATTENDED TO.^3 CARRIAGE I SIGN PAINTING. NURSERY. Hardy Fruits our Specialty Largrost and Best Assorted Stock ofHai'dy Trees in tlie State. A Full Line of everythi...

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 April 1880

ANGEL BUILDERS. hv day the work progresses, have le Of the house not made with hands, ^v, t|U!pnpd pf nail or hflmn^r |. ut*,!| Echoes through the heafGhl^ lands. Day by day the angel builders Rear the temple passing tar, With its gorgeous turrets gleaming IiMheS of jewels rare. P^flBdro»£e4md gems of sapphire, Hopes that shine like amethyst, Ravs of iov, whose diamond splendor B^eaki in rainbows through the mist Of some gentle memories stealing On the dew of-torRonegtearfljr- jr Memories of My 30rr?u3'.i ^jrfl Christening the iranished^years Tears of faith and light of gladness. So your rainbows shme afar. With a bow of blessed promise. Arching o'er from star to star Day by day the work progresses. Of the house not made with hand6 Day by.daj? soi»e ajigeljbuyde^ Closer tojmy spirtf stands^ Four have easels are in the room, on,teacli an unfinished picture, and the whole air of the place is that of still, thoughtful, purposeful .work. Lepel is a painter of the modern school—industrio...

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 April 1880

4 jg|. S1GXS OF. THE SEASONS. J^Tiifiibe #nd blSws wist dMray "Pf '$* 5 f-1 Aid the noads like rii*-fl(*# rinfe fskndjyoii cough and sneeze flit day If 3 11 Ta'pn juenisay it's "taerr^sgnnsK I "Jwuin tie ifiin pour? day atiti^ght,j|' ft' & side's looi'glum atid,fai.,d^glamm&,ffl And bay fever's at its height, Theu, of coarse it's ''glorious summer!" When sole change from citehiftsr^oWs'" 1 Is in wondering how you caught 'em, And gray mist the land enfolds Theu you know it's "genial autumn!" When cold-Water ttiketeUvo srfapes. 'i Drenching, doucii^ und icv splintev, And the world's afl-corits andtfapesj'^mU Then be sure it's "jolh winter!" OUTWITTED*,., „..:t|M A DRAMA OP TWENTT-FOCR HOURS.:' A moan thrilled the heavy: nigl^1 air. The form of a -woman stood out dimly against the blank beyond on Jhe very vergb of the river pier. ^Wo^ivhite arms •were flung on high. A wild face was up­ turned to the ashen, pitiless heavens. White lips uttered sometiang like a curse, which was h...

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 April 1880

,.i LOCAL LEVIES. •I*- Ilie by Tribune Reporters 1B their Daily Hound*, Bjl] Bap suow Wednesday. r" •Strawberries in market Monday. Dunn & Co., Druggists, 92, Main street Ladies choose your partnero for the leap jrear ball. About 200 laborers for tbe extension have ariived during the past week. John Whalen has his feed store filled to the ceiling with flour, feed, etc. Railroad iron for tbe extension is arriv ing at the rate of twenty cars per day. McLean & Macnider's car-load of Htudebaker & Co.'s new dragons are all sold. Last evening's freight brought one ear load of cattle and one of horses for the ex­ tension. Lawrence allowed its countv treasurer $12,000 lor funding the indebtedness of thai county. The new common council met last night and adjourned till to-night after -organization. The Odd Fellows' banquet and ball, to :bc given the 26th inst., promises to be one of the finest ever given. Dan Eisenberg will combine business with pleasure and purchase another larg...

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. — 23 April 1880

.VJB WS-NOTES. '—Tom TI»umb and wife are giving ten cent exhibitions in Brooklyn. .—The Carson City mint will be removed io the Mississippi Valley. St. Paul wants it and ought to li ive it. —Hon. M. K. Armstrong, formerly member of congress from Dakota, is now located at St. James. Muiu. —Th?' Richland county Gazette has been *Hlarged to seven column folio and greatly im­ proved in appearance. —It is reported in Rome that the Pope contemplates creating four Cardinals in the Taited Mutes, tliix year. —Body snatchcts threaten to claim the liody of ild ijill. Accordingly his friends have traded the grave with torpedoes. —Cu Let Wuitaker's former instructors in the Smith Caioiina University, speak of the roung niiin in tlie highest terms. —Judge .Moody is after the commis •icners ol Lawrence county and chaigos them with misappropriating or something of that sort $300,0C0. —A six and a half foot vein of coal is being opened in the Black Hills. The coal is lignite, hut being an older form...

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. — 23 April 1880

.,11N-DWBXUNO GOD. a %:r He dwelletti on the mountain top*, Where the morning mlstaftrlM, And In tho gtutniiw drop of dew Zhftt in the vtlley Ilea And in the gloomy cavenu deep, Where sunless waters glide And stalactlc beauties hare their birth, There, too, He doth Abide. I aee Him in the BilVry stream That t*» old ocean poors, And jn the wondrous bow that spans Where -dread Niagara roars." I h««- His voice when the whistling wind Around my dwelling blows, And In the jingling hail and rain, An if music of the snows* In the restless wood-bird's simple song— From thrush to whip-poor-will— TT«presence is apparent As a city on a hill. The fragrance of each beauteous flower Is but His scented speech. And the glory of His eloquence Far into my soul doth reach. The light of sun and twinkling stars Are embodiments of His smile, And oh, how oft I upward gaze And worship all the while! Closer, closer still, I follow Him His language I understand Through every joy, and sorrow too, He's with me...

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. — 23 April 1880

BRIEF MISCELLANY. OUB LITTLE EOLKS. Legand of the Ground Bog. A ground hog climbed np to the month of his hole Just to take a sly peep at the weather. And right carefnl was he not to venture too far. For he said "I've some foes, and I know who they are Bat he thought he would like to know whether The long, cheerless winter was certainly o'er, Or whether 'twould linger for six weeks or more. He peeped slyly out—'twas a dull, cloudy day, And the prospect was dismal and gloomy But it suited him well, for he bolted right out, And the way that he frolicked and gamboled about Showed a liking for places more roomy Than the close and contracted, though snug little hole, In which he'd been sleeping as blind as a mole. What a queer look he hadl You'd have thought so, I'm sure. Had yon caught but a glimpse of the fellow: Out of four little paws, you'd have noted but three That were black, for the fourth was as wnite as could be, While his fur was of mixed gray and yellow And right lanky was he...

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. — 23 April 1880

'IT 7»sP _^4,#£,rr -ateS?' XuhA'A fvn'l *'1^F:* 01je 5i0mfltcli Sftbtme. BY C. A. LOUMSBEBRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION HATES: WEKKLV, Ot»« Year, $2 &0 Hix Month*?, 1 50 ,i Three Montis V5 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign btifliK^e notice*. 10 cents •jver line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten Ilues to the inch Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 per annum. Advertisements in column of ant?," 4*For •Sale," "For Kent,'" etc., 10 cents per line each in jertion. Legal notices at regular, statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. I H'or contract rates of display advertising apply sit this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JIJ-ISCOPAL CHURCH:—Rev. J.. Miller. B. D-, Rector. At the rectors residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days •f obligation, at 11 a. m., St. Haul time. S»n day'Bchool and even-song at 2 p. in. 3TKTiioDiST- CHUKCH.—?etyices every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a. and in. "Wiuday school immediately after...

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. — 23 April 1880

*W'~ W 'fe '.*• 'fc «$• -'*"tse.'-!'•' hi'?# KNIFE RIVER .VALLEY SEEN BY THE TRIBUNE'S £:'M: bepouteu •}. One of the Finest Valleys in ths Country A Sinking Stream, "Which Appeal's on the Surface Only In Oc­ casional Spots- (Special Correspondence of The Tribune.) KNIFE RIVliK. ON TIIE WING, April 10.—In uiy last sketch I left you at tlie mouth of Knil'e river. There are, perhaps, few of THE TKIBUNE'S readers who have any idea of the country along this stream, and thus these few lines may serve as an introduc­ tion. Beginning at the mouth of Knife river, nature seems to have been more lib­ eral with her gilts of vaiue. Here the land is of a better quality and the water is excellent. It is doubtful if a prettier or more desirable stretell of laud caa be found anywhere than that which, lines this river. The valley varied in width, ranging from one and one-halt miles to five miles The soil is a rich black loam and will average live feel thick, covered with the finest growth of grass th...

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. — 23 April 1880

fW-rW JSsV ^, S' fl'" -rociV*X. C\*r tt.'V VroclV^.^J^ -.* -i i*~. niW)nM&^«iVjui LESSON OF THE PAPER HILL. runs my story— Seeking far fpr seme thing new, rand it in a mill, where strangely, Naught but rage repaid her view. Sags from out the very gutters, 3 Rags of every shape and hue While the squalid children picking, Seemed but rags from hair to shoe. "What then," rang her eager question, "Can you do with things so vile?" "Mould them into perfect whiteness," Said the master with a smile. ••Whiteness," quoth the Queen, half doubt­ ing Ji. "But these reddest crimson dyes, Surely naught can never whiten These to fitness in your eyes?" "Tes," said he, "though these are colors Hardest to remove of all Still I have the power to make them Like the snowflake in its fall." (Through my heart the words so simple, Throbbed with echo, in and out Crimson, scarlet, white as snowfiakes! Can this man?—and can God not?—) Now upon a day thereafter, (Thus the tale went on at will.) To the Queen ...

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. — 23 April 1880

THE THINGS IN THE BOTTOMDBAWBB. whips,*ndtope,andpleoee of strings, we ahoea which bo little feet we«ar, Wta of ribbon and broken rings, _£*? tre*w*of golden hair. little dreuee folded away Out of the light of the sonny day. are dainty jackets that neTer are worn, Imw ate toys and models of'shlpa, There are books and pictures all faded and torn, Jtad marked by the finger dps Of dimpled hands that have fallen to dost, «t I strive to think that the lord Is just. Bat a feeling of bitterness fills my soul Sometimes, when I try to pray, That the reaper has spared so many flowen And taken mine away. And I almost doubt if the I*ord can know That a mother's heart can' love them so. Then I think of the many weary ones* Who are waiting and watching to-night For the alow return of faltering feet That have strayed from the paths of right Who have darkened their lives by shame and sin, Whom the snares of the tempter have gathered in. Xhey wander far In distant climes, They perish by fire and flo...

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. — 23 April 1880

LOCAL le VIES .94|Hade by Tribnue Reporters in their Daily Rounds. Dunn & Co., druggists, No. 92, Main street. The showers yesterday were immense for seeders. The Territorial Supreme Court meets at Yankton, May 2d. Stimpsosj is extending his huilding 16 Icet for an ici- cream parlor. Over 2,000 arrivals from the east dur­ ing the pas-l ton days. Rev. J. G. Miller has sown50acr.es of wheat," and 75 of oats on his apple creek farm. .Mr. Kramer, of the signal corps, has been admitted to practice in Bismarck by •Judge Barnes. Messrs. Sherwood and Kramer of the Signal corps, will till a quarter section ut .Dakota soil during the coming seaoon. The Red Chimney has been sold to Arthur Linn for one thousand dollars and will be occupied by Mr. Linn as residence. The grand jury took up the demi mond cases on VVednesday, but the girls heard of the contemplated action, and most of them skipped. Malloy Bros, will rent after May 1st the building now occupied by Mr. Ludewig, next door east of ...

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