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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

& BISMARCK (OSS DIRECTOR! I WAITXBMANN, Prest. W.R, MKBRIA*, Vice Pres. Gso.'H. FAiBOBiLD^Cashier. Corfesnondents—American Exchange National Bank, New York Merchants National Banfc, St. PaaL •••yy. V- J? BANK 0F B1SMARCK. iyt-'' i'» J. W. RITMOHD, Prest. BELL, Cash. a generalbanking business transacted., Iuter est allowed on time deposits. .Collections prompt ly attended to. Qxo. P. FLANHCBT, J. K. WETHBBBT. Vi TpiiSSBRrT^'VETHBBSY Attorneys. West Main Street. PBBSTON Ss WILLIAMS—0): O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) I^ain Street. A*s SUTOUT. A D. PBATT. BAY & PRATT—Connsenors at Law. Honey to loan. Commercial paper bought 73m6 DJusticeSTEWART-Attorney AVID at Law and City 76tf JOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. JOHN E. CARLAND, Attorney at Law, and Cdunty Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON, And XT. -S. Taramirririff Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. Office and Residence next to the.Tribine Bnildlcg...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

rV IOn,elKlttr:fV?/'^ 1L. EI A DITTY BT JOHN/BROUGHAM. «^r Oral murther, murther^. Kitty, dekr! I'm wastin' all awjiyr! By raison ofyoiir crft«ty,|Jg |ffiJM My brains has goneasthray. They tell me sunlight has the strength For to make the sinses fly So mv poor head was emptied By the bright, beams of your eye. Oia! what's the use in life at all Since you have served me so? I have no heart for work or play, Lie down, stand up, or go. Just like a young tree breathed on By warm hut blightin'air, Tour smile has stole all hope away,1, And left me but despair. 1' Oraf weuld some fairy change me To a purty bird or flower, That my Kitty's hands may tend me Every day and every hour. For her dear eyes to look on me I'd be some lifeless thing, More gladly than, away from them, To be a mighty king. And whcn you die I'd like to be Transformed into a stone. With outside smooth and shinin' But with heart cowld as your own That I might stand and guard your grave When calmly there you rest, And bear...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

ales? ilje Ptenutrcfe Sribime. BISMARCK, MONDAY, DBC.-Ift, 1878 MA»OWICV The retfolarcommuuications of .BismarckLodge Xol 130/A. & A. Mm are held iu. their hall on ••'lie'first and third monduys of each month at 7 t» m. Brothers tn good landing are cordially in $re,l. .JOHN DAVIDSON, W.M. E. N. COREY, Sec. LO.O.i'. The regular m«stiu I. o. P.i of Mnndan Lodge No. -12 ,. -are hold Masonic Hall- every Tues dav. Brother* in good stundiiig are cordially in vtted- SIU ttANA UfiBcS E. O. IJOSTWtCK, K. Sec. b* Av-IsV Carpenter and family left for Dead wood Thursctay, where Mr.'C. is'go­ ing into business. F. Douglass, post trader (it StandiiTg Rock, is in tne city on'business and visit ing tlie boys. 0 Isaac Orschel, a traveling man for a St. Paul house, took, in the sights of Bismarck last Saturday night. Little Etolia the "bright particular-star" of ,so many of the "mashers," left this mir4ii)g for the east. ., l).' 0?Brien, C. Beard and Ed Ward m&rj! 'passetl through this city ^...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

K. N. COREY, Sec. DBC.-lfiv 1878: MONDAY, BISMARCK, MASOm': The wamlar communications of Bismarck Lodge Ko. 139, A, S A.M.. arc lield iu their hall on the first and third iuondays ol' each month at 7 ». m. Brothers in-good landing arc cordially in­ vited. JOHN DA IDSON, W.il. E.O.O.-P. .. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F.iare held in Masonic Hall' every TUCK dav. Brothers in good standing arc dordiuHy In v.t'ed- -r7 S IG HAN A tHSttrN.~G.. £. O. ijOSTWICK, E. Sef I /•-, -j -j v'j •. {_. KELICrlOlS SKltviciiS. ro onftni^sferyico ...grayer meeting atvtj»». cl «VBr\* VV ednesflay evening at 7:s0. Class jrar'er meeting every Thursday evening, tor the present at private houses, 5 (Pastor." Jt+rivkranH of&dlls. On Ui0 Hortb'Pacifli to and: tarn tho easjt 'ar nv« dtiily, except Suuth»y at hi- iDopsrt daify' e^feept Sunday "at 7 a n: ," W£JMrw Leiiv lor Deadwood.and other joints ,in the B'jc* Hills iaily at 8a. m. ." Leave for Tongufc River every Sunday at 8 a. m. l...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

T'V. fcV-Fi rSs w^ ..« -c^Llv ,!sv HH -J .- X*«t' J. -ms* A BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE F£1FS GOBBLED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. fhe ^fobbing of Two Colored Hen— Heavy Snow Storms—*»ins aCer tificate -Bayard Taylor's Fniier*' —An Insane Coa?res»maB-Lo9i "Wealth—Miscellaneous. (Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) MOBBED. ST. PAUL, .Minn., Dec. 23.—A special •dispatch says that two colored witnesses, Clarke and White, subpoenaed by Mar­ shall Caddo, in Louisiana, to testify in the election l'rauds in that State, were taken froua the steamer by a constable named Jeff Cull, near Skreveport. While at Bar­ ron's plantation on their way back to Shreveport, a mob attacked the two men and murdered them. District Attorney Leonard asserts that all witnesses are threatened with death. HEAVY SNOW STORMS. The cold snap extends far South. Tlier mrmeter stood 3 above at St. Louis Satur­ day morning, and the ferries could not run. Tliere has been heavy snows in Que­ bec and Nova Scotia. GAINS A 'CERTIFI...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

'It^.1J. l&^M8'ty fcTs ir ?vi BY TELEGR1PH TO THE TRIBUNE MEWS GOBBLED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. The Mobbing of Two Colored Men— Heavy Snow Storms—«»ins a Cer­ tificate—Bayard Taylor's Fnnera' —An Insane Conjrcssman-Los! Wealth—Miscellaneous. {Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) MOBBED. ST. PAUL, .Minn., Dec. 23.—A special •dispatch says that two colored witnesses, Clarke and White, subpoenaed by Mar shall Caddo, in Louisiana, to testify in the election frauds in that State, were taken froua the steamer by a constable named elf Cull, near Shrevcport. While at Bar­ ron's plantation on their way back to Slireveport, a mob attacked the two men and murdered them. District Attorney Leonard asserts that all witnessea are threatened with death. HEAVY SNOW STORMS. The cold snap extends far South. Ther mrmeter stood 3 above at St. Louis Satur­ day morning, and the ferries could not run. There has been heavy snows in Que­ bec and Nova Scotia. GAINS A CERTIFICATE. The State board of canvasser...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

1 CURENT TOPICS. A Hindoo scholar has become a Swe denborgian, and the fervent disciple has published book in exposition of the: •works of his master, and in defenseof his tenents. The name of this Oriental con­ vert to the New Jerusalem Church is Rag Bahadoor Dadora Pandurung. The ill wind that carried off the body of A. T. Stewart will do some one good. Watching the remains of the dead after burial, has hithertofore been the excep­ tion instead of the rule but .the New York Sun calculates that hereafter it will require five live men to guard one dead one, and hence there will soon be plenty of work for the unemployed. The Sierra Nevada mining stock, which a month ago sold at $280 a share, is now quoted at from $34'to $45. Its depression is thought to be more the result of stock speculation than of an actual decline in value. Should the anticipated bonanza in the Sierra Nevada mine be realized the rebound to high figures will be al­ most instantaneous. One of the features about Jap...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

"-JV -iftf V, |v\ Milkincr-Time. SB f? "I tell you, Kate, that Lovejoy cow ,^sv Is worth her weight in gold .&$ She gives a good eight quart milk, And isn't yet five year old. ,j "I gee young White a-comin' now You've took a shine to her. "She's kind an' gentle as a lamb, Jest where I go she follers And though it's cheap, I'll let her go She's yeur'n for thirty dollars. "You'll know her clear across the farm, By them two milk white stars You needn't drive her home at night, b: He wants her, I know that. Be careful, girl, you're spilm' it! An' save some for the cat. ,®:| "Good evenin', Richard, step right in "I guess I couldn't, sir, I've just come down"—"I know it, Dick, But jest le'down the bars. "Then, when you've own'd her, say a month And learnt her, as it were, Til bet—why, what's the matter, Dick?" "'Tainther I want—it's her?' "What?not the girl! well, I'll be bless'd!— There, Kate, don't drop that pan. You've took me mighty aback, But then a man's a man. "She's your'n, my...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

in 4^ A file $i0marcli Uritome. 11,1 "r:,, BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL. fir«t SUBSCRIPTION RATES: K?l \vr.r.Ki.r, IT One Year, S? 50 Six Months. 1 60 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time' $1 subsequent iasertionn, 50 cents:, additional hues, nuupurcil, lit s:iine rate. Leal Notices.—Seventy-live cents per folio for insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: \".i inches, three months, §10 5 inches, §15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nnm. $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry. $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, DEC 23, 1878. BLAINE SAMSON IT liad not been in Washington twenty-four hours before l)e began waving the "bloody shirt." A DEPUTY revenue collector will be ap­ pointed for Northern Dakota and a new district established accordingl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

NEWS AND NOTES. *.flg2rjSfcr Charley Boss is still bid.' Washington Territory has a population of about 58,000 souls. A postal card lias just made a trip •round the world in 116 days. Dr. A nson Ford, of Butte, M. T.. is dead. He was one of the oldest settlers, having been there bincc 18G6. The Chicago Tim-en, the wickedist sheet in the world, will appear Jan. 1st, a fac aimile of the .London Times. The three '^cflses. of gonuine leprosy at the Charity 1/o'gpital, JBlackwells Island, have caused quite a sensation in scientific circles. 7 Secretary Sherman.' -it is reported, re­ ceived over 800 telegrams last Wednesday, congratulating him on specie resumption iu New YorkT No trouble with the Indians is anticipa­ ted in Washington Territory this winter aid the srovfimor has telegraphed Secretary Bchurz tt that eC'e jt. Over $117,500.00 worth of silver and gold bullion was assayed at the United fotates assay office of Helena, M. T., during the month of'November. Bramble, Miner & G'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

BISMARCK BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r, BANKS. MERCHANTS BANKtOF BISMARCK WAI.TXB MASH,Prest. \V. R, MKRRIAX, Vice Pres. GKO.H. FAIBCHUJJ, Cashier. Corresoondents—American Exchange National Ba^LNeir York Merchant*National Bank, St. Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK. if. W. RAYKOITD, Prest. W. B. BELL, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est wowedon time aeposits. Collection* prompt­ ly attended to. a so. P. FULNNKBY. Trud^^EBY^y,WETHEBBY Attorneys. Jj West Main Street. PRESTON J. K. WETHEKBT. & WILLIAMS—(D. O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) Igain Street. AHgtBT GRAY. A. D. PSAIT. ORAT & PRAOT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bonght. 73m6 AVID STEWART—Attorney at Law and City Justice ?6tf "OHN A. STOYELL, .Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. JOHN E. CARL AND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. E P. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON, And U. S. Tfrg-ftminingr SUTgOOIl. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. K. PORTER. Oiflie and Residence...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

Ji I HYDROPHOBIA. [Philadelphia Specif to Chicago Tribune. aii Major William H, Dobb, aprominent citi sen of Newcastle, died from' hydrophobia 'this morning. His sufferings were intense. He was taken suddenly ill cn Saturday, and, '""although everything has betn done^to save him, all efforts were unavailing. Major Dobb was bitten by his own dog, a Newfound­ land, about ten weeks ago. The dog was lying before the door, and, in going, in,-the major stopped a moment to caress the animal. It did not take kindly to the petting, how­ ever, and finally snapped at Maj. Dobb's hand. One finger of the right hand was bitten. The major immediately sucked the wound until it ceased bleeding, and, as the wound healed in a day or two, he did not fear any serious result. Subsequently the dog showed symptoms of rabbies, and was shot. The weeks passed by, and the incident was hardly thought of, especially as the ma jor had ceased taking elecampane -and milk, considering that he was out of danger. On S...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1878

Slje Bismarck SriUunc. BISMAKOK, MONDAY, DEC. S3, 1878. MA80XIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge IVo ISO, A. & A. Mi, are held in -their hall on lfce first and third mondaysof each month at 7 i» m. Brothers in good landing are cordially in §jt?d. dODN DAVIDSON, W.M. I.O.O.F. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I, O O. P«« are Held in Masonic Hall every Tucs dav. Brothers in good standing are cordially in «Ud BIG HANAUER, N. (i. 0. BOSTWICK, R. Sec. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Methodist services every Sunday at the Pres­ byterian Church at 10:3a. in. and at 7 p. m. The Bdnduv school there as usual immediately after morning service Prayer meeting at the church crerv YVeduesdav cveuing at 7:80. Class and prayer meeting every Thursday evening, for the present at private houses. ltKV. Geo. W. Barnbtt, Pastor. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Paciflt to and fron the east ar nve daily, except Suiicti»y, at m. Depart daily cxcopt Sunday at 7 a. in. Leave for Fort...

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. — 30 December 1878

It •,.., ^it/»JAimit^waaw-* *r ri'f^ 't^lilifiMn b'lti •«lr (J HV .4*°' ki **»& rfo ai iJASSi uS.rws{ i' '-1 A&iSVtrt ^asjs3i esit dj^l' .-, ?S •wl) ,s 3i ff {Jt i-s 1 1 if M^fe«jUaa»'w nunlnf wVSiAAni^i^w^rtiBi* mg» 15*1 fetoaJ**] I..-T, Ofl "5iIi5BilK«, I -*H ~*«VwmA i^iu jEltn bh'jM &3® h'W^nst,, BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE :metvs gobbled fboji aijL O VER TMIE WORLi. !?|^eip'» Revelations on Reno, wbo i-!i'i\ PronoancM them 81 nndcroii#—Th* lelc« tives T2iink they have Finally Curajjiit the Manhattan Dsuik Roh bers—General Xews iiossip. RENO AND CUSTER. ST PACT-, Dec. 30.—The statement is made that Capt. Thomas B. Weir, previ­ ous to his death, made a sworn statement which is in tho hands of Capt. WhitaUer, Custer's biographer. It is to the efifcet that on the day of the fight he was seDt by '.' Reno 10 rcconnoiter and'had full view of n. »the fight. He returned to Reno and urged him to help his comrades, which Reno refused to do, and was openly accused of cowardice a...

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 December 1878

& CURENT TOPICS. *'V, ,* Yi' Saratoga finds herself tnnkedraptea the failure of all her banks, and in mid­ winter. The people who go there in mid jMwmnr should take up a colleciion. Lord Beaoonsfield is described as hav­ ing a face waxen.and habituaUy~asben pole, on which suffering and pleasure, or indeed eriiotion of any kind, is never Allowed to appear. As to his walk, it is ^curious panther-like stride." Mrs. Tennyson, the wife of the poet, is and has long been, an invalid., .-A great jurtof the time she reclines on a sofa in iter drawing-room, where she receives their guests and delights all by the wit grace and cleverness of her talk, There is a malicious hint abroad that -General Grant will print a book of his travels. He should reflect upon it along time—till after he is well started on the &ud term, in fact. Grant has done a great many things that can be forgiving, ut it's sometimes hard to forgive a man who makes a book. The Legislature of Missouri has been ^petitio...

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 December 1878

The Christmas Tree. A flash of light, a merrvhum,. And peals of rippling laughter sweet, The pattering of tiny feet, And, lo, the litfle children come. A stately fir tree rears its head.:.U Pi With stars and tapers all ablaze sgjj And quivering in the fairy rays, H»e glittering, loaded branches spread.^ The childish eyes are sparkling bright, And the childish hearts with joys o'erflow, And on the birth-day long ago i*$' They ponder with a grave delight 1"Len to their gifts they turn once more, And in the present sunshine lost, They fear no future tempest-tossed, But unto fairy regions soar. No Oires, no fears, a happy time Of laughter tears that cannot stay An April dav, a year of May, Pealed in and'out with Christmas chime. LOST AND FOUND. A Christmas Story. CHAPTER I. THE WANDERING WOMAN. Would it never cease? we asked, as we sat looking out from the window, and watched the big, feathery flakes. Driven here and there in wild swirls and eddies, by the wind, "thick as the motes that...

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 December 1878

©be psttartli Sribinft. BY HUNTtEY & JEWELL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLY, One Year, .Six Mouths. Three Months $2 60 1 50 75 ADVERTISING RATES:, ., I Transient.—One inch, one time'1 $1 subsequent 'insertions, 50 cents: additional line?, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Noticcs.—Seventy-five rents per lolio for first fnsertion nnd fifty cents per folio for ench subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months. $5 V/t inches, three months. $10 5 Inches, Sift 10 inches $35 20 inches. $50. Professional curds, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines. $3.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All -bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, DEC. SO, 1878. AK exchange says "the Northern Pa­ cific is working foi Grant." A land grant is probably meant. THE official canvass shows that the Democrats have managed to get Bennett out- of the Territory by 1,900 majority. Thia is a glorious victory...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1878

"'iu THE LOV£™DF, A IlEBTINftHT. HARRY 1 £•&!<'.-t NY IMMpRTAi* iZjEHJtlMpEHiFj ??'&& ^-Vvi %,'i. He Kapries a Pretty *irl'in Spite ef Opposition—Scene in Chicaeo Hotclr-Pay Warreut« Tersss Faro Banks—The «ay Benedict Aban­ dons the Army. A IiIVKI,Y UOiTANCK Lieut" •, hap proven "more «f a romancer than a soldier. He was christeiiBtKwjtli tlneright kind of a name He dreamed as a boy that "Harry Tiffany" •was destined for no" common role in life's play. Harry was bonn in Baltimore and raised in a family of intelligence and wealth. He was a rich "scapegrace" and ran away from' home as all scapegraces •f (hat school do. He joined the regular army as a private. He was a large, fine- Ieoking, jolly, gentlemanly fellow." Every­ body liked Harry and appreciated liia merits. He was promoted to the rank of Kci geaat. His presence in the army was. Knknuwn to his parents. Their prodigal •on was lost to them forever. They were anxious for his return and willing to for­ give. By o...

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 December 1878

WiimKimii Prsst. W. R, MKBRLLX,Vice Pres. OBO. H. FAWOTOD,Cwhier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Ba^LN«rw Tork Merchants National Bank, St. BANK OF BISMARCK. |y attended to. Gso. P. FLAKHSBT, J. K. WETHBBBT. TpiiS^Y^'WBBKBY-—Attorn^f. Wert Main 8treet.. PRESTON A *71LLIAM8—(D. O. Preston, X. A. Williams.) Tjain Street. Amr.tr AT. A. D. PsATT. GRAYGkPBATT—Counsellorsbought. at Law. Honey to loan. Commercial paper 73m6 AVID STEWART—Attorney at Law andCity Justice 'OHN A. STOTELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. JOHN E. CARLAND, Attorney at Law, and County'Attorney. PHYSICIANS AXH SURGEONS. B. P. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN ARB SURGEON, And XJ. S. Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. Office and Residence nex to the Tribine Buildin.ir. WE A BENTIJEY, PHYSICIAN AND SUR6E0N, Office. Tribute block, np stairs, next door west of Post Office. Galls left on the slate in thk office promptly at­ tended to. GO Dr. A. T. BIGELOW, DENTIST. Office west end Main Stree...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1878

sp •v if MNo -i" fth A Visit From St. Nicholas. jVvi® •'.*- J'nVv ,H,' Tw«8 the night before Christinas, when all through the house a creature wasstirring.not even a nkrase ?. The stockings were hung bj the chimjurjr yft: care,' kej? In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds While visions of sugar plums danced in toeir. heads And Mamma in her kerchief,and I in my cap, Had just settled our brains for along winter's MP" to the g*tt w-s*,' g?. When out on thV'lawn thereJkroiesuch^clat ter, sprang from my bed to see what was the matter Away window I flew like a flash. Tore open the shutters'and threw up the 'J sash •••«:r-" The moon, on the breast of the new-fallen snow, Gave a lustre of mid-day to objects below •When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, But a minature sleigh, and eight tiny rein deer With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment it must be' St. Nics. More rapid than eagles his coursers .the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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