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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 May 1880

fjf' -ZKouaAxna or acbmb or nu bmst BRAZING JLANB IN 1X1 TFOJBXD. Tk« SuiekmM'i F«n4laa ud the Sperte MAA^| Dellgnt—Wonderful DIIWT eric* of Mineral Wealth la the Beautiful Jadfth Basin. THB •BAZOIA LANDS Ot THE WOBLD. In sending for specimen oopies of THE Bmuiax TBIBDNE it is safe to say that at least one-third the applicants have expressed a desire to find oat something regarding the Yellowstone valley. There are perhaps one hundred thousand people in the East, and also a large namber In Europe, who are constantly watching the progress of this great oountry, and the vsrdlet of the hundreds of stock growers who have already located in the valley. Last season it was indeed astonishing to see the amount of improved farm machinery loaded at Bismarck for points in Montana. Nearly every boat had a quantity of steam threshers, sulky plows, and all kinds of improved ma­ chinery, which have combined to make farm­ ing in the Narthwest a pleasure and money making pursuit. Every year the wool...

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

ir r^fef.v v. ijf && BICHES OF TOE BLACK HILLS MOUNTAINS OF oqzj OVERZOOKIJSO TALZET3 OF GRAIN. .»!»„ Wonderland of the World—-A Coun­ try that Glistens With the Shining Ore—Six Thosand Square Miles of Precious Metal. INTS OD CTOJt T. TBS BLiCK MILLS are situated in the Territories' of Dakota and Wyoming, between the north and south forks of the Cheyenne river, south of the 46th parallel.' They oover a oountry forty to lixty miles long, with probably an average width of twenty-three miles, and give &'re­ gion of about 6,000 square miles of mineral bearing rook and gravel. They rise from the plain like an island from the sea, and are encircled by the subse­ quent geological formation beginning with the Potsdam sandstone, followed by lime, eoal, etc., each in its regular order. Prof. Jenny says of the Hills: "Sur­ rounded on every side by level or rolling pifinn and separated from the main chain of the Bocky Mountains, the Black Hills have a geological system perfect and c...

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

l' I 7 i' -a?v hut ThsctatMter otthehMd of thia company is the property is BO an qaeaUonaqly great that the stock of this com ~*7. *"l no doubt be eagerly taken. A. J. TiS-p •nd Prof. Walter P. Jenny are also oon •alang engineers. THE STAND BT. Bochford, district interest, aboat twen­ ty-five mile3 south of Dead wood, owned prinoi paJlyby this company,promises to develop very satisfmctorially. They are building A SIXTY STAMP MILL which is nearly completed, and own the water of Little Rapid, which affords power for mill­ ing the quartz. The mine is opened 500 feet above the mill, which is reached by means of tramways running into the top. A body of ore 02 feet wide and 145 feet deep has already been developed, and engineers claim it to be on a belt BimUar to that on which the Homestake, Father Do Smet and other great mines at Central and Lead City are situated. It lies 10 degrees south of east, twenty-five miles distant from these mines, and the ore is the same in its general charact...

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

y. f?£?srn.v Jalr lltih. llhMiii tunrl—* ^Tkanb «a antaat of 43» sekMl aMUra ia Sin to« Uif lia—ot railroad before Siowkv lit, UBS. _tm riTM wudly breita ap Mick about UM alito Bl»- MMBI*. Than are 60,000 uw of tfanber In Borlelgb WKMty, Dakota, much of it ««h and oak. —I*x*er bo*t» oome ay the lCUeouri river to Bls Barck h" on the Hiasisaippi to St PaoL —Fargo received 51,000,000 pounda offrwght 1872, while Bianiarok received over 133,000,000. —The *r»t farm opened in Burleigh county ^waa fi.«f of Mike Feller, who marketed vegetables in 18W. —The new Methodist church, now under conatruo tton. will bo the first church on the line of the Nortn Pacific. Burleich conuty raised 67,000buahela of potatoes 1819, au average of 210 buehela to the acre nt gronad planted. —The Bismarck Fire Compapy ia the beat In the territory and is the first company organized under the laws of Dakota. —Travelers going to the Black Hills will remember that the Biunarck ronte only requires forty-eight hoore of...

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. — 14 May 1880

XEIVS-XOTES. —Twenty-five new engines have been ordered Tor the Northern Pacific, to be delivered before the first of July, —The sweet singer of Michigan has abandoned poetry and is writing a thrilling serial for the Cedar Springs (Mich) Clipper. —A method of treating sulphuretted gold ores, by which, at an expense of S3 or $4 per ton, ail the gold can bo extracted. is in success­ ful operation in Philadelphia. —Mr. Joseph Selcgman, head of the great banking house of Selegman Bros., died in ew Orleans last week, ile received a collegiate education in his native country and was one of the most philanthropic men of his race. —An explosion of five boxes of giant powder, about one hundred pounds, occurred at the blacksmith shop ol the High lode mine, in Central City, Tuesday, killing three men, Snin'l O. Kimball, Jas. Oilman and L. Trudell. Ilie men were blown to atoms, pieces of llesh and lione being scattered for a mile around, the head q,f one of the men being the largest partofthe r...

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. — 14 May 1880

USAPTKAB. Since ont of Adam's rib was mad# A creature rare to be hii mate. *1 'm always been the man who pWaa With Eve's fair daughter for his fate Unless perchance some wiser be, A secret treasuring in the heart, And calmly wait the other three. The fourth to boldly claim their part. In good old times, long, long ago, Ere sin and fashion were the rage, There dwelt a mighty King-Sage, Whose daughter dearly.loveJ his page At first she sought her passion to subdae, And think on love no more. But love suppressed is like the Wandering Jew, An exile evermore. Then, trembling came she to the King. With cheeks aglow with modest shame: A 'quest, Oh, Father King, I claim I To bear your humble page's name Though spurned by King, by parent cursed, I still would claim this lowly lot, To wed the one I love most and first, Though dwell we in an humble cot. Long days in secret have I loved (But shame it to my maiden grace), He has not even asked or dared To win me from my rightful place." The fath...

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. — 14 May 1880

«safeamtsZiim BISMARCK BUSINESS DfMCTORl. First National Bank of Bismarck. WALTER MAOTT, GEO. H. FAIRCHILD, President. Cashier. COBBESFOKDEKTS American Exchange National Bank.New York Merchants Nation­ al Bank, St Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK. 3. W. RAT*O*D,Prest. W. B. BKLL, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on time aepoalts. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. Oxo. P. Itumr. Weet Main Street. j. £. WnHUBT. '—Attorney*. "pyfYIP BX1WABX—Attorn*? at Law fOHN A. 8TOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. OHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. T. BIGELOW, D. D. S, Dental Booms, No. 12 West Main Street JG FTSLAUGHTER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office at Dunn's Drug Store, 93 Main Street Residence "Villul®" J^R. H. R. PORTER, Physician and Surgeon, Dfficc 37 Main Street, next to Tribune Block. U. S. Examining Surgeon. M. A. BENTLEY, Physician and Surgeon. Office Tribune Block, 41 Main Street. XW Calls left on the slate in the office will re prompt...

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. — 14 May 1880

-i" fl fJtemmxU Srilnme. BY C. "A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION KATES: 'WEEKIT, One Year, $2 BO Six Month*, Three Months 1 60 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign bttslircss •notices. lOcents per l'ne. or Nonpareil type, caoh insertion. Ten lines to tBe inch Professional cards, foOT lines or less, $10 ler annum. Advertisements in column of'"Wants, "tor •Sale." "For Kent, etc., JO cents per line each [insertion. Legal notices at regnlar statnte rates. Original iwetcy $1 ler line. For contract rates or display advertising apply At this office «i'-seud for advertising rate card. REW«IOUS SERVICES. J'l-iscorAL CIIUBCII.—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D., Rector. At the "rector's residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days of obligation, an'11 .-a.cnSt. Hani time. Sun­ day school and even-son at 2 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH.—Services «cvfry Sunday at the Citv Hall, at 41 tt.w and 5 p. *. Hnnday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thursday evening a...

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. — 14 May 1880

"BABY MIXES' -V Ooveniment Analysis of the Coal Xow Veins mined. Mr. C. W. Thompson, of the linnofBly & Thompson, owners of the Baby Mine colliery, on the extension, sent a specimen of their coal to Delegate Bennett, who hail it analyzed at the Smithsonian Insti­ tute by Prof. Taylor, the mineralogist, who made the following official report to Prof. Baird, secretary of the Institute: per cent Water at 100 dej. centigrade 9.26 Volatile hydro carbons 4S.72 Fixed carbon ."...'.'40.22 -*£h .4.79 Total An analysis was also made by the chem­ ist of the agricultural department, who made materially the same report. Prof. Taylor says the specimen is a lignite, and in answer to a question of Mr. Thomp­ son's relative to older carboniferous for­ mations underlying these lignites, says: "As to the possibility of the carboniferous coals underlying the more recent forma­ tions, McFarlane, in his work on the 'coal fields of America,' is of the opinion that they do not underlie the more recent ...

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. — 14 May 1880

A COMMON THEME. Tbere's not the least doubt you'll jraccecfl If you toy To otter your thoughts In magnificent rhymee^ Bhetorical rules of course youH descry An tbe key to Buooess into metrical cblmea. With subjects so plenty don't linger to seek, A»a nibble your pencil like one in a dream Yost go to the volume of nature, then speak Of ber radiant beauty of forest and stream. Boot listen to critics, who clamor for song Translucent and free from that olden estate, TOien its dew-spangled garlands, though woven so long, Are lovelier now than the robee of the great Ton will bear it no doubt from the sage's own lips, "The theme is too common," "No novelty wove When the nectar the bee from the lily cup sips, Has gemmed it for centuries out in the grove. htm lovely, less rare, dare the creature complain Of the author who writ out the poem divine— The tremulous measures of soft-falling rain— The babbling brooklets that sing as they shineT Hot soon shall the poem of nature grow old, Not soon ...

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. — 14 May 1880

13-15—14! He sit and gazed with placid mien And a cheerful and confident smila At the little square box with the gem fifteen,'1. And he said he'd bet his pile That he could flzger it oat right thar So he jumbled the blocks abont, And then he remarked: It's simple, I swar, And I reckon Til work it out." 80 he tackled it Bharp for an hour or more, And his hands he ran through his hair. As Ue jumped right up and fearfully swore, And kis eyes had a maniac's glare, That he'd be dashed if the dash dashed fool That invented this game was here, He'd smash his dash, dash, dashed skull And chaw off an end of his ear." But after another hot hour had flown The bead drops down 'gan to roll, And be raved in away that, the people all say. Struck terror to tach watching soul. For—thirteen—fifteen—fourteen—a! as! Were all that he got for bis pains, So he frantically swallowed of poison a glass, And with a bullet he bored out his brains. DAVID SWAN. Could we indeed know all the vicis tudes of our for...

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. — 14 May 1880

sRf. -4, ,.r •K. LOCAL LEA VJES... Torn From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. Duna & Co., druggists, No. 92 Main •street. Mike McLear, ex-City Marshal, has opened a saloon. Glitsclika has a large quantity of fish poles for the boys. The board of equalization finished tlxeii labors last Monday. Col. Bull gave another street sermon on Main street Sunday. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is an unfailing remedy for billious malarial fevers. The Dakota Tree Planting Company hoometh even as the new office sign incli catetli. A little son of Mr. J. A. Baker, three and a-hillf years old, is dangerously ill with brain fever. Day & Plants, 1 he jewelers, have been adding lo and fixing up generally their neat store on Main street. .More buildings have beeu put up south of the railroad liiis season than in any oth­ er .separate locality of town. .Superintendent Greene has acceded to the demand of the business community and put on a night operator. The many new buildings going up in all direction...

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. — 21 May 1880

~—"zrjg VOL. VII. A£ HS-.VOim —Halifax, Nova Scotia, is bankrupt. —The Goss-Ryan prize figlit proved a fizzle. —Northern Pacific common 20.1-4 pre­ ferred .41. —The trade of Minneapolis exceeded eixty-two millions of dollars last year, being an iacrease of fifty per cent over that of the previous year. —The New York chamber of commerce celebrated its 112th anniversity by a, grand din­ ner at Delmonieo's in Xew York, last Wednes­ day, attended by all the prominent business men of the city. —Maxwell, the escaped convict from Yankton that had 32,200 reward on his head, was •captured at Cedar Iiapids, Iowa. It seems he was'"in cahoots'1 with the jailor at Yankton, a letter found at Cedar Rapids*giving the business away. —California is the first sheep raising state in the Union, Ohio second and third Texas. Sheep were introduced only twenty years ago in the lone star state. Twenty years hence .Monta­ na will loom up as one of the leading states in this traffic. —A prominent Philadelphia ...

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. — 21 May 1880

$he §isnmch ^ribmtt BYC. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: "WEEKLY, OneYear. ®2 60 Six Months, 160 Three Months, i5 ADVERTISING BATES. Local and foreign business notices, 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, ea-.h insertion. Ten lines to the inch. Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 per annnrn. Advertisements in cold ma of "Wants," For Sale,' "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Iiegal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1, per line. For contract rates of aisplay advertising apply at this office or send for advertising rate card, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COURT OFFICIALS THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JUDGE.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. DISTRICT ATTORNEY.—J. A. Stoyell, Bismarck. CLERK.—E. X. Corey, Bismarck. DEPUTY. U. S. MARSHAL.—Alex McKenzie, Bismarck. U. S. OFFICIALS. E. B. Kirk, Capt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A., Depot Q. M. Geo. S Grimes, 1st Lieut, officer in charge U.S.Mil.Tel. E. M. Brown, Receiver U. 8, Land office. Peter Mantor, Register, U. 8. L...

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. — 21 May 1880

AUNT PHILLIS' GUEST. I was youns: and "Harry" was strong:. Tlxe summer was burstin? from sky ana plain, ThriUing our blood as we bounded along. Till a oicture flashed—snd I dropped the rein. Black sea creek, that like a snake Slipped through a low green league oi sedge, An ebbing tide and setting sun, And a hut and a woman by the edge. Her back was bent and her wool was gray, The wrinkles lay close on the withered face Children were buried and sold away N The freedom had come to the last of the race. She lived from a neighbor's hominy-pot There was praise in the hut "the pain" passed by. From its floor of dirt the smoke curled out Where the shingles were patched with bright blue sky. "Aunt Phillis, you live here all alone 1 asked, and pitied The gray old head Sure as a child, in quiet tone, "Jfie and Jems, she aaid. I started, for all the place was aglow With a presence 1 had not seen .before The air was full of music low, And the Guest Divine stood at the door! Aye, it was true tha...

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. — 21 May 1880

s®J)e Bismarck fribime. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: W'EKKLY, One Year, $2 50 J5ix Months, THE TRIIU'NE TI 1 °0 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. I.ocal and foreign business notices. 10 cents per Pile, or Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch Professional cards, four lines or less, $1" !rr nullum. n-c Advertisements in column of "VvaotB, lor •Salr." -For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each 'iiifuriion. l.eynl notices at regulaT statute rates. Mriginul poetry $1 per iiue. For contract rates of display advertising apply ihis ollice or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. J'riscovAt.-CHURCH.—Rev. J. G. Miller. B. D., Rector. At the rector's residence. Blessed sacrament on afl Sundays and other holy days of obligation..at 11 a. m., St. Paul time. Suu day school and even-son at 2 p. in. JlKTii-msT Criuncii.—Services every Sunday at tlm Citv 11^1!. at 14 p.. and? p. m. fitinday school" ini mediately alter morning service. Praver meeting ...

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. — 21 May 1880

3 THE BUILDING BOOM NEARLY $100,000 IN IMPROVE­ MENTS NOW IN SIGHT. The Foundation of the New Court House Nearly Finished—M Slattery will Lead the Van with a $10,000Brick. TITE COURT HOUSE. The foundation of the Court House is about complete, and brick laying will commence at once. The Masons And Odd Follows will lay the corner stone with appropriate ceremonies, on the northeast -orner, some day next week. R. B. Mason, who has the contract for the brick work, is turning out 9,000 brick per day. and ex pects a machine that will increase this amount to 14,000. No one need want for brick this year as the supply will be suffi­ cient to answer all present necessities. Had citizens been able to secure brick at home earlier this spring many of the wooden buildings now in course of erec­ tion would have been built of brick. The Methodist Church foundation is laid, and this building will be pushed rapidly. Col. Bull, who has charge of it, if working *nergelically, and already funds to the am...

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. — 21 May 1880

TTTP! ALHAMBRA. When Irving dwelt among those balls, Hear fifty years ago, Among those iyy-circled walle And myrtle all allow, .. Pacing in sweet reverie at nigat, And o'er ramparts with longing saze. To \fjtch the moonbeams in their night Around the flowery maze, Were times of sweet enchantment to his soul. Tn those days of dreamy slumbers, His inspirations on his parohment roll Were written unto men with poetic numbers. He wrote of uatnre'a beauty rare, Overflowing caskets, heavenly wrought— Jeweled envoys, sparkling, rare, Wlfh sweet, inspired thought. n»t place has little changed since then, Its moonlight beauty yet is seen— Xhe soft aud mellow richness of each stem— Aa if 'tis in enchantment or a delusive dream. So now we sit alone, and ponder on the old Ami former times of this retreat, Beneath the liquid, tinted gold Ibat with other scenes compete. We pass along the colonnade Aw it harken to the sound Of some lone lover's serenade, lloabng sweet, profound. a«ii leaning o'er t...

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. — 21 May 1880

ALL SORTS. 7 "•v* 'ry BRIC-A-BRAC to be avoided—Family jars. OLD Gammon, who has been married eight times, refers to his present wife as his better eighth. "I NEVER waste any time listening to the bluebirds when the dinner-gong ia winding its mellow hum." HEN were created a little lower than the angels—and they have been get­ ting a little lower ever since. THE rooster crows when the egg is in­ cubated, because he knows the hen likes to have her lay set to music. DOMEBTIC bliss—Kissing the maid of all work. Domestic blister—When a man's wife surprises him in the act. THE-latest new book is entitled, "A Woman After All." This should be sufficient to put a bachelor on his guard. A NEGRO, after gazing at some Chi­ nese, shook his head and solemnly said: If de white folks be so dark as dat out dar, I wonder what's de color of de black folks?" FLY poison: Boil one-quarter ounce small chips of quassia in one pint of wa­ ter a«lrl four ounces molasses. Flies drink this with avidity, and ar...

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. — 21 May 1880

f* *&)- •& li "X II Iff li-- WW LOCAL LEAVt!S. ^Torn From the Tribnne Reporter's Note-Book. Duna & Co., druggists, No. 92 Main utreet. 8. S. Small, Tower City, is breaking 35,000 acres and wants more help. The North Pacific land department sold 29,564- acres ot land In the month of April, and sold 1,636 emigrant tickcts. The newspaper men present at the Fargo editorial convention were kindly invited to front seats in the Coliseum Theatre of that city. Capt. IIad ley, of Fargo, was awarded the contract for furnishing freSh beef to Forts Totten and Lincoln. The Northwestern stage company have closed a contract for 350,000 feet of lum­ ber for the construction of ranches for their new Pierre route. John A. Stoyell and W. F. Ball have dissolved partnership as attorneys at l$w. Ex-Atloroey-general Wilson, of Minneso­ ta, becomes Mr. Ball's partner. The track on the N. P. R. R. was laid, up to "Wednesday last, three iniles beyond Knife liiver, with full supplies for contin­ ui...

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