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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 May 1880

NEWS-NOTES. —Northern Pacific common 20% pre­ ferred 425£. —The question of the hour wiil be set tied at Okicago Wednesday night. —Gen. Garfield says the republican ship is heading toward danger at Chicago, but he don't think Grant will be nominated. —A rippie of excitement disturbed the financial clement in New York and Philadelphia when it was announced that the Reading coal and iron company had suspended. —Private Secretary, W. K. Rogers, has taken to the lecture Held. He spoke last Friday in Baltimore, at the Tabernacle, for the benefit of the sufferers by the great fire at Milton, Pa. —Gov. Ordway was confirmed by the senate this week and will start for Dakota May 30tli. taking it: the Chicago convention with his friend Bill Chamber, en route. Chamber will net as the major domo of the Blaine forces att^e convention." —lied Cloud and Spotted Tail, with other chiefs, passed through St Paul Monday en route to Washington, where they go to sign articles grunting the right of way to ...

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. — 28 May 1880

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. I Hie I^adintlie Blue and Wliitc. I am the lad in the blue and -white— Sing bey I the merry sailor boy. My Head is steady, my eyes are bright, My hand is ready, my step is light, My brave little heart, all right, all right­ ing bo! the merry sailor boy. M» the lad in the blue and white— Sing hey I the merry sailor boy. sit in the shrouds -when the soft winds blow The light waves rock me to and fro run np aloft or down below— Stag bo I the wsdy sailor boy! tm the lad in the blue and white— singhoMliGjnearrrfiftilorboy. ,--,„u,nx, thfi are bniettdthd 66a is The air iB full of Bpice and balm, And the shorcis set with shadowy palm, Oh, glad is the merry sailor boy 1 What will you do when the great winds blow? What will you do, my sailor boy? When great winds blow.and are iey cold,. Never yon fear, for my heart is bold IH watch my Captain, do what I'm told— Sing ho! the ready sailor boy. If a foe should come—in such a plight, What would you do, brave sailor boy Bun up th...

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. — 28 May 1880

DICKENS AT PRATES. "Never abandon the wholesome practice of saying own private prayers, night and morning. I gye never abandoned it myself, and I know the com­ fort of It"—Charles Dickens to his eon, E. B. L. Dicken*. What time the master puts away HO 1 The busy labors of the day And bnrlea all the thronging train, The bright creations of his Drain, Ere yet, on bosom dark and deep, The kind night hushes to,sleep, In truth's own words of trust and love. The master's prayer ia borne above. How many a friend's familiar face Melts into night's unconscious space! How many a child's dear voice is stilled When sleep the staggering T»«A filled, And all the canvas, wondrous bright. ^'*th gleaming figures, dies from sight! Wen may the master pause and pray, Ere the charmed pictures fade away. For sleep, with all its teeming train, Scarce nils thechambers of his brain With fancy figures, wild and bright, And chasing forms of shade and light, More rapid than the bustling throng That moves his p...

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. — 28 May 1880

$t$tttarch tribune. BY C. A. LOUN8BERRY. 'TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $2 50 1 50 75 'WHEKLT, On# Year, Six Months, Three Months ADVERTISING RATES Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents -per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch Professional cards, four lines or less, glO ,per annum. Advertisements in column of"N\anti. 'For Ha]e," "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per Hue each insertion. Legal notice* at regular statute rates. Original poetry SI per line. For contractratusof display advertising apply W *his oiBce or send for advertising run- cam. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JBPISCOPAI. CIIUHCH.—Rev. J. G. Miller. I I' Rector. At hc rector's resiiieiiw. Massed sacramsni on all Sundays aftd other holy days of obligation, at 11 a. in., St. I'ani time. Sun­ day school and even-song at 2 ni. 31KTH»DIST CHURCH.—Services every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a. and" m. mnday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thurs ay venii at T.30p. m. J- BUI-L, P...

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. — 28 May 1880

:-i 7 „™,, ,-J- ._J,J THE COUNTY BOARD BUOCEEDMXGS OF IT8 LAST FEW 8B88IOS8. Equalisation of Taxes and Establish­ ing of Road'and School Districts —Bills Allowed and Other Important Business. BISMARCK, May 3,1880. Board met pursuant to statute ana ad­ journment to equalize and correct assess­ ment roll of Burleigh County in accor­ dance with Chapter 28, Sec. 28, of the re­ vised code, passed at the twelfth session oi the legislative assembly. Present—Frank Donnelly, chairmau, as. A. Emmons and Joseph Hare, com­ missioners. The Northern Pacific Railroad Com­ pany objects to tha assessment and levy of tax on the lands owned by said com­ pany in Burleigh County for the reason set forth written objections presented to the board of equalization by Geo. P, Flannery, attorney for said company. The board finished their labors of equal i/.iug tax at 4 p. m., May 7th, and pro­ ceeded with general business. On motion the liquor license of Ida Lewis was revoked and the sum of $140 unexpired ter...

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. — 28 May 1880

CASTLE BUILDING. &5\J' Cutles, O^How well" ITo ve tKee!"' Love to sit in easy thought, ItailcUsfpcastles hiKhabqva, m«, *hel)e no d§yes are sold Or bought.'1 Castles towering, grand,.aerial CasUes wliere no hopes aite lo?t Fashion from my brain material Never mind yon what they cost. -, So I bnild a cozy chamber. Dust it well with rare perfume Oraltaeht witft^purestajnbjarf. ZP: FHiis: in all the nosers that bloom, v,. .r\2S3' Sofas, velvet, purple, crimson Chairs of daintiest hue ana make All the luxuries in profusion— Love to givfc and love to take. /•. -, Give a n'ooiand rfeedto airena (Harpa and lutes, at any rate), And we hear a song of Byron's Sung in tones that captivate. And theresita some Theodosia— Venus? self was ne'er more fair, '"'For her nectar and ambrosia. Than this damsel dreaming there. And she sits, this dreaming maiden, In the castle I here make, ..... Saying in her heart love-laden: Heart to give and heart to take." And there comes a cavaljer. Pierced by Cup...

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. — 28 May 1880

KEEP COPPER THE THAN 7T*-' 'J AO THE HOUSE AND FARM. A FIRST-CLASS authority tells us that the good Ox should have a long, lean face and on Oc t: p-* -y- W E A I says. of Alsike dlover Botanists do not consider it a fiybricl. I have twice'tried to make aro»sM\rith this and white clover, but without vpo oess. I have never seen, any plants which were intermediate Detweei Al­ sike and white clover, though I have seen bees working on the flowers of each species where the plants were well mixed. If the plants can becro&sed, we shall expect to see new hybrids. The stalb»sometime8 grow four to six feet in length,: but they fall down and the leaves decay toward the base of the stems. The.stems recline but do not take root like Syhite clover. It is valua­ ble for pastutaand makes good hay, though its habit is not well adapted for meadows. bright hazel eyes, which show capability to receive instruction and disposition to obey it. Large nostrils denote the capability of a the ox to work ho...

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. — 28 May 1880

LOCAL LEAVES. "Tor» From the Tribune Reporter's 9ioteBook. Duns & Co., druggists, No. 92 Main street. Fifty two houses are now in process of •erection in this city. Mike JicLear is enjoying a good saloon trade at the landing. F. W. Hide, ai the brewery, steamhoat landing, wants a girl. Good family and good wages. John W. Smith, of Miles City, writes -down that two good painters are wanted nt that city. Route agent Plummer is happy, having another of those well springs of joy-a .baby boy—in his household. The stage company have sent twenty Jive teams to work on their new route from Fort Pierre to the Hills. Walter & Fischer, brewers at the land­ ing, report beer trade very brisk. They are unable to supply the demand. The crops are looking as w.ell as could 3e wished for. The coo! rains of the past Aveek did good work for the wheat. Col. Brown and Capt. Manior, receiver and register of public lands, moved into .their new land office on Third street, Wednesday last. A trip to t...

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. — 4 June 1880

VOL. \aiTx. ANTI-THIRD TERM srvll IS THE COMPLEXION OF THE CHICAGO COXVEXTIOX. Senator Hoar, an Anti-Grant and. Anti-Slaine ifan in the Chair —Wisdom's Friends Still Confident of Success. IMMENSE EXCITEMENT. (Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) CHICAGO, June 3.—Never since the days of the old Wigwam," on Market Street where Abraham Lincoln was nominated, lias there been such excitement among politicians .f every persuasion as now. The streets of the cily are literally packed with people from all parts of the country running to and fro, in breathless anticipa­ tion. The: bulletin boards ot the various newspapers have proven such magnets to the eager populace, that in many places it would be absolutely impossible for teams to pass. The feeling against Grant throuh out the city is growing hourly, except at the rainier House, where liis immediate friends and managers are quartered. At 1 lie *rand Pacific is another equally en­ thusiastic crowd who see Blaine's star in the ascendancy. SENA...

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. — 4 June 1880

|p ., ii THE KINO OF MAT. He wasn't very pretty, He wasn't very wise, And he stood, when asked a question, In paralyzed surprise. A. freckled lad, a speckled lad Who would turn in his toes. And—though not absolutely bad- Had such a funny nose! He hadn't any manners, He didn't know his books, And I must own his principles Did not belie his looks. He was clumny at work, and awkwaraatplay And every hair grew a different way,— The" why did they make him King of May? Yea blithely, in a circle, They whirled around their king And there he stood, halt crying Half pleased to hear them sing, Till in his heart, a mighty part Was given him to do Emotion thrilled his little breast And gave him fervor new: •Til do it! that I will!"he thought "It isn't much. I ought! "Oh do! Oh do!" sang they, "And we will crown you King of May! Til do it! Yes, Til do it!" His 'heart sang back again, Until a ray of loveliness Came to his face so plain. His eyelids quivered ne almost shivered His young form stood e...

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. — 4 June 1880

A GOOD HORSE- The Graphic Description by a New York Dealer. {Scribner's Monthly. "I can't explain what a real good horse is," said one of the best-natured dealers in the street. They are as different men as in baying a horse, you must look iirst to his head and eyes for signs of in­ telligence, temper, courage and honesty. syou Unless a horse has brains you can't teach him anything 'any more than you can a half-witted child. than See that' tall bay there, a fine-looking animal fifteen hands high. You can't teach that horse anything. Why? Well I'll show you a difference in heads but have a care of his heels. Look at the brute's head—that rounding nose, that tapering forehead, that broad full place below the eyes. You can't trust him. Kick? Well I guess so! Put him in a ten-acre lot, where he's got plenty of wing, and he'll kick the horn off the moon." The world's treatment of man and beast has the tendency to enlarge and in­ tensify bad qualities, if they predominate. This good-natur...

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. — 4 June 1880

.-'it I" IPTIO e&^ll Six Months Three Months A»yBPJBM6IN« JBAjTBS. Local ani fore)^"tojie^iu!t8 |io$icesviOjcent» cr line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten per liues to the Inch Professional 'cards, four Jines or less, $10 PUA^r^^^t^i|^oinmu df'-Wants. •For 10"tents pc per line each Unacrtion. Lecal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1perltiie. For contract rates of display advertising apply st this office or send for-advertising rate card. .RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JM-ISCOPAL Cituncit.— Rev. J. G. Miller. B. D., Kector. At the 'nrttolPs tesidcnce. -Blessefd sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days of obligation, at 11-a. m., St. Paul time. Sun­ day school and even-song at 2 p. m. JMETIIITMST CHURCH.—Services every Sunday at the City.Uiill, at 11 u..iu and? p. m. Hunday school' immediately alter morning service. Praver meeting every Thursiay evening at 7.30 p. m. J. M. BOLL, Pastor. J'ltESBVTERiAN CHURCH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 8:00 p.m.. St. Paul tim...

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. — 4 June 1880

imwM THE IIOW GATE EXPEDITION JtOVXD Jt OR TH.iT 1'OIXT. i-'lreaii •Va­ lient. Doane and 'His Hardy Men Lobbying Under a* Scientific, Cover---Probable Failure -A of tie Scheme* THE CRUISE OF TUIA GUL.NARE. During the past century at intervals of but lew years, expeditions Lave been sent out by different countries', .principally England, next Germany and Holland, and a few from the United Spates, having as an object the finding of that chimera the "north pole." The public pulse has beat en with interest and anxiety at the an nouncement of each fresh expedition un til t.lieir frequent occurrence has caused but little attention 10 be given them ex cept by scientific men. The many fruit less attempts accompanied by loss of life and hardships have had a tendency to dampen the ardoi of public interest in the solution of the vexed question. A few years ago the Polaris was lilted out by congressional appropriation and started on an ill fated voyage under the com mand of Oapt. Thy-son, an Ar...

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. — 4 June 1880

v4" ta contract foradiertisementeln TH* TBIBIWB, si 3*£ff^£S ££R^nit the 5S5orSk&4. fTribuaa b3ldln«), Chicago, 111., fre ""ttaofii eon tract advertising tot tiilfl P*P« at lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIBECTOBT. Ootmz OrrtciAUB OUCH.—E.». THIRD JUPXGZJLIIDISTMCT. Bismarck. Oorer, BUmarok. pmrxi, U. 8.u"""—Al"McKeniie, Bismarck. v. i. omauii. B. Kirk, A. Q. M. U. & A., Depot Q. to. 8 Grimes, 1st Lieat. offlcer In charge U.S. M. Brown, Reoeiyer V. 8, Landottee. OF Onitoma. Internal Barenae. COUWT* OIT1C1AL8. ODTOTT Ouu Aim BIGISTEB OW pBEDS.—John H. Bicharda. tanr.-Alezandw KoKenxle. Co trim TUASUKKR.—W. B, Wataon, FVDN or FXOBATS.—Emer M. Corey. VUFEBnVTXHDXXX OF Ooatrrx OOXMIBSIOKCBS.—Frank Donnelly, Joseph Bare, J. A. Emmons. DOWN 8UKVZXOB.—C. W. Thompson. OCBONOB.—John Qnlnlan. OOUKTT JCBIICKABBK880B.—P.Malloy.Ware, OF THE PIACE.—K. B. Bismarck. Matt. Edgerly, Mandsn, CITY OFFICIALS SfATOB.—George Peoples. CITY TREASUKIR.—J. D. Wakeman. crrr CXJEBK.—Con.Malloy.' OXTTATTOBMET—Jo...

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. — 4 June 1880

\jfitsraax. c^- {Strike while the iron's hot, Stride with hand and heart j., JQuiofciytorn the bar. Aim smite on every part. Brine the 6ledge down with a swing i*Tll it makes the anvil ring. great master workmen wrought Bftruck the iron while 'twas hot. when the time i9 ripe .To act, or think or say, jtfa precious moment seize Before it pass away. ghapeii the action to your ends, As tie smith the iron bends Let the word und let the tboaaht promptly into deed he wromrht. Strike while the iron's hot. Or do not strike at nil Strokes the cold bar will break, Not fashion when they falL If you're slow in arm and brain, All your labor will be in Tain 'The quick of head and quick of hand May rise from serving to command. PERILS OF THE KAIL. Yarns Span by Two Railway Engineers. Several years ago I was an attentive listener to two'old Erie engineers, "Jack­ ey" Westervelt and "Abe" Carpenter, •who were comparing notes about the ,perilous adventures they had previously had while running on the...

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. — 4 June 1880

trJ .^rnrm Sf ff?i Torn From Trifitoe Reporter's 5s NOt^-Book. •«.« «l:v'-" Duna & C6.i druggists, iST.o. 92^iairi *4 rtreet. Watson's nfew brick yl?U ie 'reajy for «. liim in about fiflieea ciay?. About half as inanj' acres of potatoes will be planted this year us last. ___ C. S. Weaver & Co. are, wow, employing nearly thirty carpenters and yet their cry. .. vai'iintt im i.ut.-i.-mi vaw is "more. Patsy McGraw wants to get*'lib «Janly defense.". ,vj, mn A few tramps hav,e ren^hed, tuis p^r.i during the past few, "tay long. h-r.^b'y Number you,^ji}||^ingsaccordiftg tafche city (1 irectory, tyijl.tlius j^eep apace, with ihe business o^he("city: Radishes and .onion's arc-in market from Dr. Porter's farm, raised 1)}* J.F. Wallace one mile north of liisuiaruk. T. Plainer, of Wabasha, came -up on iheMinnie H. witlL a printing outfit'for Fl. Pierre where he will start a paper. Clurn Emmons boasts of selling as good -igars for ten cents as can he purchased at an}' piace in the terri...

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. — 11 June 1880

».:p-v 1 l.--,^-". -fAte-xa-sw-«f NEWS-NOTES. —The agony is over. —Garfield and Arthur. In hoc signo vinces. —Northern Pacific preferred stock 47% common, 2G. —Not that they loved Caesar less, but that they loved the country more. —The unoccupied quarters at Fort Meade were burned last week. Loss $5,000. —The Deadwood Pioneer reports a $75, 000 clean-up from a two week's run on Father DeSmet ore. —When Gen. Grant received the news of Garfield's nomination, he said, "It is all right. 1 am satisfied." —A coroner's inquest over the death of Imperialism at the Chicago convention was deemed unnecessary. —Senator Hoar called to the chair for a short time the colored Senator Bruce, during the famous convention. —The democrats are devising some means of relieving their Payne. The nominee of the Chicago convention is a good doctor. —The Stand-by mill, in the Rochford, Black Hills, district, has made its first clean-up. The result was much greater than was eyen hoped for. —Miners returning fr...

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. — 11 June 1880

?r— W'j' OUR YOOTO FOLKS. Hover. CkmieMttier.gx)aBove^oom0hIto»tome Your grave, honest face I'm delighted to se«,^ Yoa seem to have something important to say, W*f is it, good Rover? Came, tell ipe, I pray. Have y6u come to relate your adv«ntnree this mom, With the hen and the chickens, and cow in the1com? Do you •hi"*, my brave Bover, 'twa* doing quite To gtreMakam Biddy and chicks soch a fright ©ld Mooly, not easily driven away, .. fiuiingiit & breakfast of corn was much better than And Jbn at the last you c^peHed her to^dd, With airs quite indignant she quitted the field. And now for a frolic all ready you look— Stop, you bold robber come back with my Here, into the water, and bring me this stone— That* It, my fine fellow, the very same one. Vow. lie down a while on the turf at my feet, inil keep very still till my task is complete Then good-by to books, we'll be off for a walk, Awhile with the birds and the flowers to talk. Items: A Story for tbe Little FolKs. Take care of t...

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. — 11 June 1880

%'K iSfftfrs.- 1 Hi k& j»/ ^jpty e* *«$ EvranDE. VT wnus B. eooimA Sow wines the golden light of day, Aa slowly sinks the eon to rest, Asd leaves behind a golden ray, V+3S& The soul to cheer, the sight to bless Soon will he velvet pall be spread By dark-winged goddess of the night, And sleep—twin brother of the dead— Weigh down the eyelids by his might. from bramble near and quickset hedge lis heard the .whip-poor-will's lone cry. While in the ancient oak o'erhead The booting owls their high notes try The flowers fold their tiny As if to .breathe a prayer to Him Who gave them all their brightest hues, His earth to deck, pis fields to gem. The weary granger slowly plods His homeward path from daily toil Of hobbling o'er the snn-baked clods To gain his bread from off the soil His good'dame, maid of all work—is Cook, governess and milkmaid, all— Stan'ds calling at the pasture bars The cows, that answer with a bawL The busy mart is all aglow With Iunps that supersede the day, An...

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. — 11 June 1880

im*.i te mt DistnarcK Sritmne. BY C. A. LOU N8BERRY• TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLY, One Tear, 50 r*, Six Months, .-/ ^CATHOLIC CHURCH.—First 1 jj® "_ Three Months «5 ADVERTISING RATES. r:- Local and foreign business notices,10 cents *per line, of Nonpareil type, each Insertion, en Sines to the inch ^in Professional cards, four lines or less, §10 ,.perannum. ,, UT^- Advertisements in column of "Wants, for Sale," "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 advertising apply st this office or send for EPISCOPAL advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. CHURCH.—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D., Rector. At the Tector's residence. Blessed sacrament on all Sundays and other holy days of obligation, at 11 a. m., St. Paul time. Sun­ day school and even-song at 2 p. m. TMETHODIST CHUKCH.—Services T.30* every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a. and.? p. m. Hunday school immediately after mo...

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