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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 September 1880

TTO 4 S, a 'V- -l,ff'- M' ,' I [i ,,, m» i, I ". -/j.' I. I.- •J»i.' ..JiJ '-iK- '"1 •',?£/:?'{•/ ••••'•'••'ij. if ." if TO GENERAL MERCHANDISE. McLean Macnider, Wholesale Grocers, HO. MAIM 8TBIBT. Steamboat and Freighters' Supplies Aceata f»r all Kinds of ImprtTed Farm Maehlaery. *«le A sent a for the Schllto' Milwaukee Export Beer, STEAMBOATS. FORT BENTON TRANSPORTATION CO. IS BENTON LINE. IN CONNECTION WITH THE Peck LineiMEiwcYellowstone Line Comprising the following ten first-class Steamers: Benton, f+tml",r" C. K. Peck, Helena, Nellie Peck, Butte, I Peninah, Gen. Terry, J\ Gen. Meade, F. Y. Batchelor Fontenelle. Carrying all Military Stores on the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers and U. S. MAILS on Upper Missouri River. One of the JPeels MAne steamers leave Sioux City tri-weekly for JPort Pierre, landing for Black Hills, connecting there with F. T. Evans and Dougherty fe Cot's overland freight trains and daily stages for Deadwood and all points in the Black Hills. One of theBenf...

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. — 24 September 1880

&h TRIBUNE AGENTS. •ml lowest rates. Geo. P. Boweil A Co.,M*»p»p«r«dTertljlM agents 10 Spruce 8t.f New York are authorized to mar contracts for this paper at oar lowest rates. A of this paper may do Cm Kkputt..-E. seen at the New York office. Ohas. K. Miller A Co., newspaper advertising agent (Tribune building), Chicago, 111., fte anthori® «gents to contract advertising for this pajie at onr lowest rates. .' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Court fficials fCDGX.—A.OH. Xhibd JcdioulDistrict. Barnes, piSTUicT_attoknet.—Fargo,toyeT. J. A. tiD. IOAJUVA «#. LKBK 11, Bismarck. Nsgprey. Bismarck. U. apKiBSHAi..—Alex Mpl .r&fs v. a. amficuLs.." le, Bismarck. !CIAL8.. E. B. Kirk, Geo. S Grim B. M. Browa,, Peter ManMr,'—D-—— O. A. L.ouna5e?rJr, JCastmaster. •Hi 8, Eand oBee. 1 V. 8. Laad office. LiOUOSIW/Xfi JTWUUWMW.'. M. Cafchfitan.' Deputy Ootteotor U. 8. Customs, ank I'. BioM,' Deputy Collector Internal Revenue. !. N. Corey, U. S. Commissioner. COONTY OFFICIALS. County Clkkk ounty and b. gistk...

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. — 24 September 1880

vIt it WV "MTIMAL PROSPERITY. .£m-oryoj:, (freat Speech of the HoxtrJc i, Delivered at' Cincinnati. Our Country Hoir Enjoying the Great-! est Rcviral of Buginess of Modern Times. That Revival a Natural Consequence of fhe Policy of the Repub Jiean, .Party.™*, Erlb Tbat ^ld lroM»^ai«---Electia«i at 'ii*Z Democratic President. Fkllow-Citizens The Democratic party desires to make a change in the Executive branch of the Government of the United States^ and appeals to the American people tobring about such a change thisfalL The Republican^ party, recognizing the right of that parly to make the appeal, will hear patiently andr ldndly all it has to jsay, and no \rprd of insnlt, no act of violence, will be offered by any Republican in any part of the United States to deter the Dem-•. ocrats from the exercise of their right freely t& discuss in their own way their political convic ••y tions and opinions. We Republicansonlyregret that this privilege cannbt be eietcised By us also. v»? 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. — 24 September 1880

Tlie office *f the Daketa Tree Planting his been removed to the store »of "VYm. GliUclika. These beautiful moonlight nights are suggestive of heavy frosts, and coon hunts, amid the waving cornfields (of Illinois.) Win. Palmer is the major-domo of Geo. .'Elder's "O. F. ,C-'' durinjg his absence. Wm. understands the restaurant business if any one does. ... 5 The U. S. land, office was moved last j*. Saturday from its location on Third street to the lot adjoining Rogers & Co., corner Fifth and Main streets. ok M. Eppinger, of the Star Clothing .. House, returned from the east Friday .. night last, having purchased a large win ... ter stock during his absencc. Attention is called to an auction sale r. '••of furniture advertised elsewhere. This seems to be a good opportunity to secure i. -articles of this sort very cheap. Ten car loads of posts to be used in the ."construction of, .additional snow fences -between Bismarck and Fargo, were re [. vsceived from the Little Missouri this w...

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. — 8 October 1880

v-«™ &f-<t»T^ M» ^V-?^" yj «, ... r, -14? i.VK »-4 VOL. VIII. 4 srnii i"fi»'s .fe""'^ --."/.-v'lJ. '.!!: NEWS-NOTES. 1 a 'J. —The election ball will open next Tues­ day. "*.-'' r" —Fort Bufdrdites go out ©nie day arid back the next and kill buffalo. —Stutsman county will have its first term of eonrt on the 19th of Oct. -—The public debt was reduced $8,974, 831 daring the month ol September. —Thirty miles of the Casselton Branch of the Northern Pacific is now open t* traffic. —Tilden wilj preside at the Hancock mass meeting at Colnmbus, O., to-morrow. —The agencylndians at Poplar Creek and Wolf Point are qnlet, the hostiles bavins left. —After Oct. 1st no card excepting those furnished by the g«vernmentcan be transmitted through the mails except at letter rates. —Judge Hilton, of the firm of A. T. Stewart Jk Co., is the democratic candidate for congress from the Saratoga, N. Y„ district. —The North Pacific, as located, avoids both Bozeman and Helena, and shoitens the distance ...

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. — 8 October 1880

.11 s-',s «&• TRIBUNE AGH-NTS. to contract for adrertiiementB in TH* XBIBO**, oar lowettrates. .. .__ Goo. P. Bowell 4 Co., n«wsp*per *dr«tlriJi« «*JP» BO Spruce St., New York »oth«wteed to art contracts for this paper at our Jz Of this paper may oe aeeaat the New xork offlce. Qh«« K. Miller Co., newspaperadTertiflin* ««n2j (Tribune buUdin«).CUc«o, m.,ar^Mthori»d acents to contract advertising for thispape a* our a OEFIOlAXi DIBEOXOBY. OOUBT OFFICIALS THIBD JUDICIAL DIATBICT. IUDOB.—A. H. .Barnes, Fargo. D. T. ftjMJUOT AXXOBUXY.-J. A. gtoreU, Bismarck. OUBK.-E. N. Core/, Bismank. pjprTTT. u. s. MABBHAL.—Alex McKenzie, Bismank. U. 8. OFFICIALS i. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A-, Edgerly, Mandan, •pj- R. PORTER, M. IX, BANK Depot Q.M. Seo. S Grimes, lat lieut. officer in onarce U.S.M11.T«L E. M. Brown, Beceiver V. S, Land office. Rater Mantor, Register, U. 8. .Land offioe. 0. A. Ixmnjberry, Postmaater. Ohaa.M.Oashman. Deputy Collector U.S. Customs. Prank P. Brown, Deputy Collect...

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. — 8 October 1880

x. KHYME OP THE DISTRICT SCHOOL. Read at-the Third Annual Banquet er the Sons of Vermont in Chicago. Jan. 19,108O by NORMAL 0. H5RKIN8 The small-square school-house, ing Ehed. With clap-boards with its ,Slop­ covered always painted red, Stood like Fame's temple that did overlook The Hill of Knowledge in the spelling-book. 'Twas Learning's And public, for cheap and ever free abode, it Its stood right in the road. play-ground stretched with many a guide- board sign. From Massachusetts up to Derby Line. "Within, the teacher's throne stood ai the end Two rows of desks on each side did ascend, With seats in front for little victims, where Their feet swung useless, dangling in the air. A mighty stove down in the middle stood, And roared all day with heaps of maple wood. There may have been a black board and per haps There hung a set of Mitchell's Outline Maps. This was the school of forty years ago We don't remember it ourselves you know, For we are boys yet, and we do but seem Gray-heade...

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. — 8 October 1880

I1* L, itsmarck Srilmtte. JBTf Cm A. T.OUNSBERRY, TRIBUNiE .SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Weeki#*, One Year, .Six Months, 1 60 Throe Months 75 ADVESOTSUMi RATES. I octfl and foreign ilmntoesB notices, 10 cents ,,,or line, ofNonparoffl .tyipe, -each insertion. Ten Klines to-the dnch Professional cacte, ffiaor Ames or less, $10 (f^tiaemetftij in -of-"Wants," -"For Sale,'1 "For Rent,''etc~, CO «cen4.a per line each ^insertion. .. Legal notices aft regrihsr-dt&tacte.rates. OrCgSjial poetry $1 P®' Itue, For contract raiesof.dfs.pltiy advertising apply at this office or send i'oradvertising rate card. BISMASCIK, B-.TR, FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 1880. BEPt'BLICAN CALL. A Republican Iiegialaiti've Convention tor the 11th CsundilAidl&QpFescfitativeDistrjctis here !.v called .to-nMusUat .Che Oily HalJ, in the City -»f l$i«murck,i»»!«beiilu^»ai»y df October at 2©'«lock p. in. fai .theifinrgMSU'i«hf,placuig in nouiiE-atioij one candidafoe ifar ttltoe KJuuncil undone candidate i'or tiie H«useeteISteipnesent...

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. — 8 October 1880

COMMON LUMBER. CLEAR LUMBER. FENCING. STOCK BOARDS. SIDING. FLOORING. BATTENS. SHINGLE. LATH. 1 C* Utrtz&<6 -vi\ 'i4e&&qdf$|f ^$J| ifeil HOTEL. JR. R. MARSH. MARSfo & WAKEMAN, Props. Building new and commodious, rooms large, comfortyble and tastily furnished, First-class in everv particular. Bills reasonable. 8-27tf RESTAURANT 1873 18SO Forster's Restaurant k. (Established May, 1873.) The Oldest and Onlv First-Class KV- Restaurant in Bismarck. Board by the day or week. TAILORING Just Received! The finest line of IHPOETED CLOTHS From onr Philadelphia bouse for the fail axd winter trade. Leave your orders and got the best and cheapest at the Bismarck Tailoring establishment. Whtlmle GENERAL MERCHANDISE. J. D. WAKBXAX. MERCHANTS HOTEL Cor. Main and 3d Sis., Bismarck, D. T. SO to McLean & Macnider- Wholesale Grocers, NO. 54 BIAIX STREET. Steamboat and Freighters'Supplies Agents for all Kinds of Improved Farm Machinery. Sole Agents for the Bchlitz' Milwaukee Export...

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. — 8 October 1880

*W* ft Wfe f& *'W'' w: 'twfr fc'"' W* »Ji" 1 W" ir t. I?Vt jk 5 l0Sk {lire* E& YESTEBBAT. It only seeinB like yesterday Why beats this heart? 'tis oyer now And those bright dreams of love and.hope Are -inthe-fw-off'loHjf ago y— Yet time hath wrought ho change me, My love is linked to yesterday. It only seems'btityesfferdayV'^T? How happily those days sped by. At evening I was sure to meet A sunset smile and starlit eye All those sweet smiles died out from me. With that sweet far-off yesterday. I sometimes meet a smiling face, A kindly word of sympathy But what are they to my crushed heart They only cham my memory To those fond smiles that cheered my way In that sweet far-off yesterday. I wander back to those bright days, When all was one troubled sea— My life a happy golden dream, No mazes of perplexity Those golden dreams have died away. With that sweet far-off yesterday. Ah, well! the past is over now And what there is in store for me I do not, dare nob -wish to know, Nor ...

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. — 8 October 1880

THE SAFEGUARD. A baby.crept to his father's knee, .-•••.• And waslifted up and lulled to rest, Till the blue eyes closed, so tired was he, And his little head fell peacefully At ease on the ready shoulder there, 'While the baby hand so soft and fair, 5y Lay like- & shield on his father's breast Of old it is eaid thatwhen men drew near To fierce temptation or deadly strife,' And lost their way in a mtuse of fear, Or periled their souls for wordly gear, By away unknown an angel.hand Would lead them out of the dangerous land, Into the light of sober life. The story*is true for the world to-day We see no white-robed angels mild But out of the dark and perilous way Where men and women forget to pray Into the peace of a purer land They are led by a gentle shielding hand, The hand of a little helpless child. —Sunday Afirnoon, BOTANY BAY SAM. A Tale of Valparaiso. BY WILLIAM COMSTOCK. The American frigate Brandywine, Commodore Jones, and the British frigate Thetis, Captain Bingham, lay ...

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. — 8 October 1880

K,«. ^v ry' & '&% aSi&rUi. fe ®P! LOCAL LEAVES, .*, np#*» Vna tke Trifcnne I' N«te*BMk. Bepcrtcr's m,: Duim & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. The question agitating the cantonment on the Little Missouri at present is, "Who killed Jim Smith's geese?" I E L. Strauss & Bro. hare received a large stock of goods, and present as fine ~a display of jewelry as can he found west of St. Paul. Remember that the Howes have a fare weU benefit lo-nighfat the opera house. They deserve a full house, and will no -doubt have it. John Whalen has some fine plates with the heads of Hancock and Euglish and Garfield and Arthur burnt in. They at­ tract much attention. A..dozen diffeient hunting parties were out this week, all having good luck. Thousands of geese attract the shooters these frosty mornings. The city urchins were in their element keeping up the bonfires Tuesday night. A thousand or less congregated and did justice to the occasion. A fire alarm was sounded Monday from the c...

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. — 15 October 1880

_£ & §/V P. '7 i-y &\. ji VOL.VIIT.r was IFWM-W* NE WS-NOTES. —The estitnated wheat crop of the Ter­ ritories 1B 10,000,000 bushels. ', —The application of R. O. Adams, of Deadwood, for a new trial, has been denied by tho Supreme Court. —Judge Clifford, of the U. S. supreme court, is very ill at his hotel at Washington. The judge is nearly eighty years of age. —John D. Grady, a noted "fence," deal­ er in burglars securities and diamond broker, found dead in his officii in New York, re­ cently. —A number of French vessels and reg­ iments of the line will attend the centennial cel­ ebration of Cornw&llia1 surrender at Yorktown, Virginia. •—W. A. Webber, editor of the Hot Springs (Ark.) Daily Telegraph, hoiBted the rebel flag at the head of his columns Aug. 23, showing up a democratic barbecue. —One million dollars has been sub­ scribed, the full amount of ca^tal required, for the forth coming World's Fair to beheld in New York in 1883. The most extensive preparations 9ire ...

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. — 15 October 1880

the house and farm. Tikis Side and That. Good, sweet, butter* are there Not long since one ©f our eastern ex­ changes gave an illustration of this mat­ ter which is worth reproducing, and we give it room in this connection, with a single suggestion that it shows the ne­ cessity of taking a reliable paper con­ taining the current market reports, and of carefully reading them. BUYING. "Here comes Robby from Sleepy Hol­ low, with a load of butter. We are short arn't we Jonas?" "Yes, all gone but the bad lot, and they are all crying for something good.v Robby, from his wagon, "Nipper, I've got some butter for you." Nipper is busy and does not hear. "Helo there, Nipper come and see this butter." Nipper slowly closed his order book, cccks his stovepipe on the back of his head, thrusts a thumb in each arm-hole of his vest, and shuffles sl©wly toward the street as though about to squint at. the state of the weather. "Why, Robby, what you got there?" "Butter." "Butter, hey? Now, if ye had eg...

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. — 15 October 1880

4 ,« it fc£o •i fcfi Si jf.tefV i, jd WI8E WORDS.\%^ _, Adiml^1!eold froet will soon to rtr}"'vri" ^. It bersMs brighter dap the jojroos sprln* It armdled on th» winter'! ley beeMt, And yet oames flushed in beauty. .": ^s-Jfri. Hemamt., !i \\\im To live long it is j^eseaxy to. live jriowly.—Cicero. £0 Give neither counsel nor salt until you are asked for it. Advancing or resisting, yre still go on —by and by to go ofi. We hand folks over to God's mercy, but show none ourselves. There are milnwiniM against which even innocence loses courage. Better be upright and want, than tricked and have superabundance. Industry need not wish, and he who lives upon hope will die fasting. Gant: The word of a weak man ("I oan't") and the practice of a bad man. There is nothing in the universe that I fear except that I may not know all my duty or may fail to do it. A weak minU is like a microscope, which TDftgrnififtH trifling things, but can­ not receive great ones.—Chesterfield. The source of a cra...

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. — 15 October 1880

•335ft^,:- i.,[ 3^V:. *. v~'. w% ili. 1% ifer M* Wi rtS? IMlllllllllIP' TfHT Bismarck Sribtme. C* A. LOUN8BERRY. TRIBUTE'SUBSCRIPTION RATES: W& ^mw, One Year, $? 50 ",v IP Six Months. /^'•'•X.' Threo Months 1'eAdveTtiTeme'nts 1 50 75 AbVE-RTJ&lNG RATES. f/f Local fcnd.forein* btetaees jotices.10 cents asp^f tper line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten 'lilies to the inch. ... *m s?"*", Professional Cards, -fo'ur lines or less, $10 in coTutfin of "Wants," "For iffi' yaic," "For Runt,'1etc.,-10 -Cents per kne -each flfeslA' insertion. W6 Legal notic63-a't l'Sgtilal-'sUtute rates. fe Fer^c* n'traa\^s4rltl^y ad ve shi apply «t thi8 office or semi •fyi-WtVwtising rate card-. BISMARCK, -B. ¥St® A*", OCT. 15, 1880. 'For Delegate to Conqjss, FRASK K. PETTIGKEW. For Tefrrittfrifrl Coflncil, John ¥. AViillflfi For Territorial Legislature, E. 1». Wells. For DisJriK Attorney, W Ball CWUKTY For t-'htfri®'— ,. \V AUD-. r'. For 'Regi'steyi' IfVeeds— TiCKET. SI. 4£. THURSTON. *\*r £iet...

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. — 15 October 1880

if *4 y__, Uf $ rVTC 4i Wt£i 3 a, S« «3 y, *T5 Also Whit* Lead, Paints Oil* and Varnishes. Haw Steak, XawBtore HOTEL. S. R. Marsh. MARSH & WAKEMAN, Props. Bnildins new and commodious. rooms large, eomfertybie aad tastily furniahed, First-class in every particular. Bills reasonable. 3-27ti RESTAURANT 1873 Forster's Restaurant (Established May, 1873.) The Oiliest and Onto First-Class Restaurant in Bismarck. Board by the day or week. Just Received! The fneet line of IMPORTED CLOTHS Prom onr Philadelphia house for the fall and winter trade. Leave your order# and gat the heat and cheapest at the Bismarck Tailoring establishment. $ /«,.& ..Al Ii. A" GENERAL MERCHljblSE. McLean Macnider tf Wholesale Grocers, KO. 54 MAIS STBEETt Steamboat and Freighters' Supplies Agents f« all Kinds of Isnproved Farm Machinery. Sale Agents far the Sehliti' Milwaukee Export Beer. DRUGS AND NOTIONS. A. HOLLEMBAEK, Wh olesale Druggist —DEALER IN— WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY...

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. — 15 October 1880

(ylrWfcy-'v-jfe'-*-/?^*-rl-'- iBSSw^»«i2v y.'it ft*/ I 1 TRIBUNE A6HNT8. _b. J.H. Bates, Mtqiper advertising «»rt» AukBot (Tim* betiding) New York, jg authorised ttfiMtnm {or advertisements In THK TMBUMB, at ,«M lowest rata*. Cteo.-P, Bowell ft 0_Mwp»p«|idw«thlM*Mi{» 108pruoe 8fc, Hew W are authorized to mak« COP far aula for this paper at on* lowest rates. A file •f this paper may oe seen at the New York office. J0haa.£ Miller Co., newspaper advertising i^nw. (Tribune building), Chicago. 111... agents to oontract advertising for thtapape aV our lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIBEGTOBY. OOUBT Omouu THTRD JUDIOUt DIBTBIOT. o55o?T. u. 8. Binn.rck. v. i. omoiui. K. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M.U. S. A., Depot Q. M. v. Boo. 8 Grime*. 1st Xiieat* officer in cnugt U.S.MlleXeL B. M. Brown, Beoeiver V.8, Land office. Pater Maator, Begister, U. 8. Land office. 5. A. Lonnsberry, Postmaster. COUNTS OFTIOULS. OoxnCTT OliCBK AND BLQISTXB OP PKKD8.—John H. Richard*. BxBIJrr.—Alexander MoKensle. DOCNTT BEASUKK...

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. — 15 October 1880

\•,T vMJit T^&TOTHVSSim1 IIP 7 ..... .7#^ ^V.v^ Wi W ..., 935.... ..,.r r' 1 &^ r%i iRi^ rnrnm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmummm^mmmmmm^ RINGING WORDS. Elaqnent Speeds of Senator Booth, of California, Delivered at Saw Francisco* Sept* U. 3%6 nomination of Gen. Hancock for Presi­ dent by the Democratio party means one of two things—conversion or hypocrisy—a change of heart or an attempt to deceive. If it be the first—if this be the evidence of a sincere aban­ donment of old poidtiona, what reason can that party give for its farther existence? Is it necessary to call the Democratic party into pow­ er to administer the Government on Republican principles? The effrontery of a claim like this would be sublime if it were not ridiculous. I have heard an illustration which seems to me apt: It is as if the prodigal son^ when he had returned to his father's house, and eaten the fatted calf, should turn the old gentleman out of doors, demand a deed ,to the farm, and insist that nothing less wou...

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. — 15 October 1880

tC IT, *»t\f 4 •u* ft A f-- •p", a -ii .gp v/'.' "J^Dwni ICMJOI tke Tritmne Beptrter'a "Duna Jk Oo., druggists, 92 Slain street. -,Cv Prairie fires continue though doing no particular damage. Frank'McCreary's household has been brightened by the arrival of a little $$c:-£»Mi8s. v-• Plenty of buffalo are reported forty •aS^-miles southwest of Bismarck, on the south ford of the Cannon Ball. Rev. Mr. Miller will conduct services and iff '.at the Episcopal church morning -evening on Sunday next. Den Howe's benefit, last week was one •of the best entertainments of the season for botli actor and public. Jos. Fox wants to sell his saloon at the Point. Many^have made small fortunes at this place which is especially good in winter. The Montana cattle trade continues un­ abated, train loads passing through daily. The N P. stock-yards arc the finest in the northwest. The Mandan Criterion reports a $25 000 windfall lor Pete Bannigan, left him by an uncle who recently died at Patterson, New .jer...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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