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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 April 1880

)v •L ••••mAMa: V* 'l VOL. VII. NE WS-XOTES. —Dr. Myers, of Dead wood, is now lec­ turing on temperance. —The Yankton Herald urges Sanford B. Coulson for governor. —Charley Collins is printing 600.000 copies of a paper called the Dakota Hometeeker. —The sixty first anniversary of Odd Fellowship was generally celebrated throughout the country. —Senator Allison has introduced a bill that the president appoint two colored cadets «acb year, at large. —Miles City will sooi^liavfc a first na­ tional bank with A. R. Mingar, president, and A, Harding, cashier. —The Jamestown Alert amuses its read­ er* by publishing a river column modeled after the beet St. Louis repoits. —Spence Pettis, the noted forger who was serving a sentence In the Concord state prison, hung himself in his cell. —The Minneapolis Tribune will become morning paper May 6th. The Tribune is one of the best newspapers iu the land. —The Dakota governorship was ten­ dered Judge Kiddur and by him wisely declined. The judge is 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. — 30 April 1880

1P:V ALL SORTS. "TELL the truth and shame the devil." I know lots of people who can shame the devil easy enufl, but other thing bothers 'em. "JACK, what relation to you is that old gentleman I saw you with this morning?" "Oh, not much he mar­ ried to my grandparents only daugh- «go SAID a lady recently to a mer­ chant, "jour pretty daughter has mar Sa rich husband?" "Well," slowly replied tiief father, "I believe she has married arieh man, but I understand he is a very poor husband." SOUP A LA L'OIGNAN—ONION SOUP. —Take six onions let thein brown slightly in a casserole, with, a table BpoonfuV W butter add three pbtatoes sliced, epper and salt, not too much, and let icwil'cook in two pints of water for an hour and' a half must cook fllowlv. 'A 1 A WHITER in the Country Gentle­ man says that of everything he has tried for cure of roup in fowls, the best is to take pulverized copperas and put a' teaspoonful in three quarts of water and give it to them to drink. Should they not drink m...

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 April 1880

IfesS&C,. A SONG TO F. T. H.' _'_ Bark, brother, hark! "s The meadow-lark Sings in the augar tree. g:a?ra xi Ton may not guess r- IP' Sis Sfr The happiness *r if'Tg Its sweet voice brings to me.") Its songs of praiseM ff 1 In other days 0 $ So joyous, full and free, '.•rtffe& Rosa morning bright TS Xlll dewy night .' Were food and drink to me. The memory Of that old tree, v- With all its wealth tof leares, Uvea in my heart, Bacred, apart— Gold grain ainong the sheaves. '. 11 Biere many a day Vy Wte whiled away v.-. In innocence and joy. I but a child, j«i O'ergrown and wild, You but a baby boy. Beneath its f-hade The sheep had made A clean, bare spot, where salt, !».% like heaps or sand, By father's hand Was piled without a fault, Close at bis side We watched with pride, And fancied all the sheep v* At sight of him With evexy limb Would laitph and skip and leap i'fcs. all around Is holy ground. Where'er his footsteps fell Perfumed and sweet, To kiss our feet, Blooms now an i...

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 April 1880

&*? i* \^S% f! r: .'i -is fe:L in. i~ ^nt gtenmrdt tribune •-s, •V C. A, LOVNttlMtV. TLUFC^E SXTB^CRLTTION HATES: (Mar, Om Yew, 2 50 Six Month*, 1 90 Three Hotftfcft 95 XDVSBTrSINM KATES. Leed and foreign bwrinecs notice* 10 cent* twr l!ne,of NouiHireU type, each Insertion. line# to tin'inch Professional cards, ftmr lines «r l«8», $10 Tpir annum* „..., AdT--rti»eni«nt« I11 COIHMH of ••Wwtt*," "For i»ale." "K01 UenC etc., 10 cents pet line each Insertion. Laical notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry St P«t line. For contract ran:* of display advertlslug apply J*Ttills oflicu or send for advertising rate card. RBLfGIOUS SH&VICES. J'PUCOFAL Cituitcii.—Rtv. J. O. Miller. B. D, Sector. At the rector's residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days of obligation, at 11 a. HI., £t. Paul time. 8 day school and even-soux at 2 p. m. ^BTH'-DIST CUUBCU.—services every Sunday at tho City Hall, at 11 a. and m. "uuday school immediately after morning service. 1...

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 April 1880

CAPITOL CHIJP8. "Ct rvnM«Mial Probabilities—Wlndem •ay letke Wiiiaer-ieai4aia in Lire—Dakota'* Nest liovernor. (8pedal Correspondence qf The Tribune.) WASHINGTON, W. C., {April 25.—Yes­ terday your correspondent in a conversa­ tion with Senator Wlndom referred to tlie TRIBUNE'S favorable mention of liis name for the Republican nomination. The Senator smilingly remared that bis boom was doing very well in the Terri tories, but that he was not aware that it had gottea into any of the States yet." The Republican party could nominate no purer, abler and moie stalwart statesman tban Senator Windoiu, of Minnesota.' lie is acknowledged to be oue of the clearest headed men in the Senate, and his career has been that of an honest consietant Re publican. Should the Chicago conven­ tion be wise enough to uominate him, we "would go into the campaign with a leader that would need no deiense for pool con duct, and who wouid unite \ud harmonize every eltment, auu j.oll every vote ot the party. Thi...

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 April 1880

I f- K-- _.?*,, *u All Sorts THE EVEBTT^ING in price except liberty, which remains at eternal vigilance, with liberal re­ ductions to the trade. MANY a writer of note languishes in prison. Put another man's name on the note, you see. .. MBS. MOUSE'S PAN CAKE SPA!' cupful each of stigM irnd fiaofiissa, two thirds cupful of milk, a hall teaapponful of mixed cinnamon and cloves, two beaten eggs, flour to make a batter that will just drop from the spoon, a little salt fry in hot lard. SOUPS MAIGBES, MADE OF POTATOES. —For six persons, boil six good-sized po­ tatoes when they are cocked pass them through a sieve put the' potatoes in a casserole, with two pints of milk, a spoonful of butter, and let it boil salt it to taste keep stirring it frequently. A BALTIMORE barber lost confidence In the pecuniary responsibility of a man whose beard he was shaving off, and de manded his'pay when the jobjWas-hali v-? done. The man had no money/'arid was turned into the street, wher^j the peculiarity ...

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 April 1880

WHY? 5^ own darling, tell me why MJ^flKianyou to me fly? wt you come in angel form, Then again yon look forlorn. n-x Other .time, '•with witrihlng smile. which my heart can Tbut beguile, Thy sweet eyes look in mine own, And I hear thy angel tone! HI. Oft thy hand rests otonlne arm— Knowing it would sb$£l$ from harm While thy cheek, pressKql close to mine, Slakes me mad with cove's own Wlne! Then from off thy lips there drop Srch fond words as bid me hope Wonla of cheer and happy glee— I forget, then, all bnt thee! 8o I lonroey evlr on-^^fe ft Not as formerly, alojie— fi E'en my dreams companions are, Making life so very faYf .Oh! come oft and cheer my heart, Bid the clouds to aye depart Come to me in witching dreaos, When the star-light o'er me gleams There it .mi I VII. HVlere the spirit luvet to be. in drenrn-land sea My own darling, is this why In my dreams you to me fly? —ChtcaQv Ledger. MY OWN SUiClDI. 1 had resolved to kill myself there was no longer any doubt that Amelia fait...

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 April 1880

LOCAL LEAVES. Fna the Trlbvne Keparter'i r.: »te-Bo»k. To-morrow is "May day." Cfcmp Hancock is now an ornament Dunn & Co., druggista, No. 92, Main afreet. Last week thoa.eh very stormy waa a good one for babies. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic gives perma­ nent relief in all choleric disorders. Joe Deitrich is doinvr an immense busi­ ness in hauling passengers to the levee. John Hoaglaud, the builder, baa his h&bds full of contracts for buildings to be put up immediately. The Rev. Mr. Miller is industriously engaged in farming and will turn over a large tract for next season. Although winlerseems to linger in the lap of spring, does justify the dirty ap­ pearance of some portions of Main street? O. Tl. Beal is doingagood trade in guns. Host of the passengers by boat for Mon­ tana go away well armed and lay in their stock here. The sidewalk on Second street has re •ceived some repair. Why not put them all in good condition and avoid $500judg­ ments. The emigration to Montana this sea...

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. — 7 May 1880

JC «g #a ^§-M -l^-^i 1. •'•^'jl^fj-.Si -t£ 1 w^,r. XM2 tVS-XOTES. —Dakota has fi fty-th ree newspapers. —The president a))proved the army antl -fortification appropriation bill. —Barthwick, proprietor ot the London :morning Post, ie to be Knighted. —St. Louis contributed $3,000 imme •diately upon bearing of the Marslifield disaster. —The remains of John Elliott, missing •OTcr a year, were found in Grand Porks county last week. Blizzard, —Hon. Orange Ferris, of New York •has been appointed second auditor of the treas­ ury in place of Ezra B. French deceased. —Patrick Desmond, a saloon keeper at Moorhead, was found murdered in bis bed last •Sunday morning. Several parties have been •held on suspicion. —The tolal arrival of emigrants at Cas­ tle Garden during the month of April was 46,118, the largest number ever landed at Castle Garden •In any ouc mouth. —The delegates to the Cincinnati con Tention from the District of Columbia have been instructed to vote for Seymour if a candidate, ...

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. — 7 May 1880

r:, CHURCH REVERIES OF A 8CH00L-GIRL. I have anew bonnet III goup to church To hear the new preacher, young Johathan He's single and handsome, but they say he's And tbst*his sermons are long anu dreadfully But, being a bachelor, I'll try tor his sake To look interested and keep wide awake. What a good congregation! I'm glad that I That face is familiar, but what is her name? Ahfyes! at the social she sang through her nose ... I wonder if Marry will ever propose? The choir has finished its opemog hymn. Tae preacher's too pale, ana awfully thin. His prayers I think tedious and prosy and They say'that he really thinks dancing is wrong. What beautiful mantles those Burton girls wear I wonder if they really do bleach their hair? They drees awful stylish and have a front pew, They say that their father's as rich as a Jew. Ah! there goes the sermon—I must listen with care Oh, hasn't Frank Fields got beautiful hair? I must catch, if I can, the drift of the text. I wonder what beau Belle Law...

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. — 7 May 1880

81XKNT SONGS. When the song* gone out of your life That yon thought would last to the end That first sweet eong of the heart, v: That no after days can lend— The song ol the wind to the trees— The song of the wind to the flowers— The song that the heart sings low to itself When it wakes in life's morning hours Ton can start no other song: Nor even a tremulous note Will falter forth on the empty air It dies in your aching throat. It is all in vain that you try, For the spirit of song has fled The nightingale sings no more to the rose, When the beautiful flower is dead. So let silence softly fall On the bruised heart's quivering strings Perhaps from the loss of all you may learn The song that the seraph sings— A grand and glorious psalm That will tremble and rise and thrill, And fill your breast with its grateful rest And its lonely yearnings still. A New Occupation for Women* With the exception cf the double* bass (violin) and the heavier brass—in­ deed, I am not sure that these exce...

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. — 7 May 1880

»k" Site Biamarck irtlmtte. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. 52 TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLT, One Year, $2 00 1, Six Mouths, 150 1- Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local anrt foreign business notices. 10 cents f»cr 1-nc, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten in in Professional cards, ft)Ur lines or lesa, $10 par annum. ,, Advertisements in column of "Wants," "For Sale." "For lteut," etc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. heital notices at regular statute rates. Orielnul poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply jtt this office or sencl for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. iViacoPAi. CituitcH.—Rev. J. G. Miller. B. D., Rector. At the rector's residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays andother holy days of obligation, at 11 a. m., St. Paul time. Sun­ day school and even-song at 2 p. m. ^lETiri'DisT Ciiuucii.—Services every Sunday at th# City Halt, at 11 a. ni and 7 p. in. Onnday school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every Thursda...

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. — 7 May 1880

IOST IN THE BAD LANDS. Ah Employee of the Keogh mil Route Snow-Blind. Considerable worry was experienced along the line of tlie Keogli mail route during the past week on account of the atation keeper at Spring Ranclie getting lost A correspondent furnishes us with the following particulars: "Frank Evans, station keeper at Spring Ranche, five miles east of Knife riveiytook the place of Mr. Finch and drove east for liim as far as Muddy Station. He left Muddy Monday morning tlie 26th ult. at seven O'CIOCK for Spring station where driver Finch was to relieve him. Jack Nolan and J. McKenny left Muddy soon after and drove through the snow, following Evan's trail until about twelve o'clock and found themselves lost on the prairie. They were still on Evan's trail but re­ traced their steps and did not travel far before both men became snow-blind and wandered about not being able to make the road again until Wednesday afternoon whpn they arrived at Spring ranche. Nothing had been heard of Ev...

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. — 7 May 1880

BEAUIXFOX. NEtL jgr^-SfSl? There's ft winsome wee lass That none c*n rorpass Her eyes are merry and blue By the ponderous mill, At the foot of the hill, -, lives she that's tender and roe. Where the stream dimples o'er The white sandy floor,^ We gather the pebble and shell And I twine to her hair Txin lilies plucked there, And call her my beautiful Nell. Beyond the tall cliff, In onr own little skiiE— While I dream sadly for hours She is joyous and Ray As a sunny May day, fnd her arms are laden with flowers. And shall she be mine? Where the green Ivies twine And clamber ont gayly to view, Lives one to obey That proudly saya nay. •Us mother, and—what shall I do? LUCK IN A TUNNEL. I am an old miner. Not one of the nowadays Washoe and Nevada stripe, but an old '49 California miner. I have been engaged in all deseriptions of min lug transactions except one new-fangled one of miniBg stock in companies—I be­ lieve they call it "feet." Among my va­ rious undertakings, was one operation in ...

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. — 7 May 1880

UY LOVE. toy 1 Full of grace is 6he. She's capricious, proud, or tender As her mood maybe. O, her voice is like the merry Ripple of a stream And her face it has the very Sweetness of a dream. Sunlight in ber hair reposes, And her eyes arc gray, Born in June as are the roses, She's as fair as they. Shall I ever dare to wool her, So unworthy I? If I ffive my heart unto her, Will she. pass it by? Little dainty, fragrant blossom, Be my messenger. When you lie upon her bosom. Plead my cause with her. Birds, O sing it sweet above her! Breezes kiss her cheek, Tell my darling how I love her, For 1 dare not speak! —Boston Traveller. MRS. JONES' ELOPEMENT. Mr. Jones came home one afternoon feeling cross and tired Business had been dull, and the clerks had been pro­ voking. "When he felt out of sorts, as he did that day, a nice supper and his wife's company ere the best antidotes he knew of, and be hoped to have them effect a cure in this instance, as they often had in others. But Mrs. Jones w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 May 1880

•w.-r- .sS^lisjfrjj MjOCAL t/JEAVES* f^r _^— 4 TTora From the Tribune BeporteKs l|||j4r Note-Book. Dana & Co., druggists, No. 92 Main street. The Mandan 'accommodation "will be •7 put on again in a few days, Ed. Wescott has opened a retail rant al the levee and calls it the Ocean Wave." Mr. Arthnr Linn, of the Sun, moved in­ to his new residence on Fourth street this week. For want of a quorum of city council. men at the City Hall Wednesday night, no meeting \va*s held. Xhe county commissioners have been busy all the week at the office of Clerk Kichards, equalizing the taxes. "Governor" A. P. Wise returned to Bismarck last week. He has been spend­ ing the winter at his home in Illinois. The contractor for putting on a new asphalt roof on the Sheridan House, ar­ rived Tuesday and is now at work on the job. John Whalen, 44 Main street, has struck a new departure and lias added t" his feed store a full line of crockery, glass-ware and house furnishing goods. Col. J. M. Bull is agen...

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. — 7 May 1880

9 ij —V THE MISSOURI RIVER SLOPE KUBLKIQH COUNTY AND SURROUND INO COUNTRY. Inducements Offered to Immigrants—A Veritable Farmer's Paradise—The Finest Tract of Agricultural Land the Northwest. BISMARCK AND 8UBEOUNDING8. Bismarck ia the oonnty seat of Burleigh county, Dakota. It is a city of about 3,000 people, situated at the North Pacific railroad crossing of the Missouri river. It is sur­ rounded by a rich agricultural country, which is now being rapidly developed. Wheat yields greater returns than in any portion of Minnesota. The straw is shorter than in the Bed River country, the berry plumper and brighter, and the head heavier. The prairies are more undulating, while the climate west of the divide between the James and MisBoori rivers is milder. Daring the severest weather the past winter the dif­ ference was from 10 to 18 degrees in favor of Bismarck. The official weather report at St. Paul and Bismarck shows about six de­ grees in favor of Bismarck. Crops are sown or planted f...

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. — 7 May 1880

iA iw\ ,|A daring th® Jfl® 1879, to ewer $75,000 per monUi to the enormous sum of §100,000, more than the receipts at all other stations on the Horthern Pacifie, including Jfargo, Moor 3 head and Dulnth, with their vast conoentra of bnsmess. Of the freight noted above as having been received at B?stnarck 71,70^030 lbs. was for the extension of the Northern Pacific. Nine million eight hundred -pon ads of freight was received Sad delivered to the Northwestern Stage and Transport ntion company for delivery in the Bla-ik Hii!3. THE STEAMBOAT TRADE. The atrsonos of freight other than govern­ ment shipped by the various lines of steam­ ers frota Bismarck during 1879 for points in Mcntaiii: w:is as follows: Coulaon line, 0. Sf'KAL OFFICE, BISMARCK" which ii- vJ.li'ian carri-d the government freight, '1 -«iO,0-X lbs.: Baker line. 3,140, 000: :V35().0:j0 lbs., unking a total of Tuo private freight ,'!i \vor poin'.s on the Misaonri a m:ue d- stinat-ious as fol tiurj, 8'. 0.00 I»s KaUer line. ...

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. — 7 May 1880

9 va •4? t- DAKOTA'S WHEAT YALLEYS BMAUTZrUH no AXD fAMBB sirxs SLOPES. Cam, Grand Forks, Barnes, Biohland, Traill and gtataman Countlea—Tlie Macto Llke Cities Alone the Line of the Northern Pacific. 5ARGO AND VICINITY. THE BED BTVEB TAT.T.WT OF THB HOBTH is rapidly establishing a reputation, when­ ever wheat is bought and sold, as one of the best producing regions for that cereal upon Hie globe. One of the famous, men of the two continents recently said that this valley would be more to the United States in a short time than the Mississippi valley. When we remember that three-fonrths of the wheat zone of this hemisphere lies north and west of Fargo, the great man's prophecy is crys­ tallized into a probability. Wheat is cur­ rency where greenbacks were never heard of. It is exchangeable for gold in any part of the world. It is King. With the equivalent of gold as its chief staple, the fertile valley must be an empire in wealth and popula­ tion before 1900 is history. Only a very sm...

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. — 7 May 1880

o. 4*' p? by a. LOUW8BERRY. TBIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WEEKLY, One Ye»r 1 50 4t 81* Months, ne Three Months, BISMARCK, D. T„ FRIDAY, MAY, 7, 1880. THE tribune. The special illustrated edition of THE TBIBUNE is before the reader. Examine it wall aad if you want a representative west­ ern'newspaper, fall of western life ^and Dftrtimrn vigor, subscribe for it. It is pub by one who believes in the west, and who would not knowingly mislead, but will, at all times, endeavor to keep THE TBIBUNE leaders informed in relation to western matters. He has no land to sell, and is not in the employ of those who have, bat he does urge those who want homes in the West—homes free from inoambranoe and for years free from taxes, to come. Here bro&d acres for thousands of families, to be had under the homestead, pre-emption or tree culture laws, almost without money. Any man having a level head, a strong heart and willing hands, though he may be bat little bettor than penniless, may settle on these...

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