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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 December 1880

,1k I 9 GROCERIES- Choice Roll Print and Tub But­ ter, Eresh Eggs, white and yellow Corn Meal, Graham, Buckwheat and choice Wheat Flour, New Orleans Molasses and Golden Syrup, and ali Groceries Fresh. Oats, Shorts and Bran Poultry, Turkeys, Geese and Chickens Michigan Winter Apples Head­ light 175° and Carbon Oil by the gallon or barrel Tobacco and Cigars—1 can sell to dealers cheaper than they can bnyin St. Paul. Buy all kinds of Hides, Deer, Antelope and Furs sell No. 4 Beaver, llousetrap, at $14 per doz. Lamps, Crockery, Glass and Stoneware. WM. GLITSCHKA. TAXIDERMISTS- PERIODICALS -A.T The New News Stand, West Side of Postofflce Iobby, Bismarck, D. T. SOMETHING- NEW. Sunderland & Gage, Have opened a Shop on Fourth. Street where they will attend to the wants of the Public in the way of TAXIDERMY. Deer, Elk and Antelope lieads bought, cold and mounted 111 the host style, Upholsteriun Snvv-Fi!iDK, PaintiDg, Graining, Photo Oil Paint­ ing, Stencil cutting, and in lact anything m...

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. — 10 December 1880

THE MINISTER'S DAUGHTER. BT JOHN GBEENLEAF "WHITTIER. In the minister's morning sermon He had to'd of the primal fall, And how thenceforth the wrath & God Rested on each and all. And how. of His will and pleasure, All souls, save a chosen few, Weie doomed to the quenchless burning, And heia in the way thereto. Yet never hy faith's unreason A sinster soul was tried, And never the harsh old lesson A tender heart belied. And, after the painful service On that painful Sabbath day. He walked with his little daughter Thro' the apple-bloom of May Sweet in the fresh green meadows Sparrow and blackbird sung Above him their tinted petali The blossoming orchard hung. Around on the wonderful glory The minister looked and smiled "How good is the Lord who gives us These gifts from His hand my child! "Behold in the bloom of apples And the violets on the sward A hint of the old. lost beauty Of the garden of the Lord." Then np spake the iittle maiden, Treading on snow and pink: "O Father! these ...

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. — 10 December 1880

AParable. •. .• I built a booae for qnlet and dim peace, A place whereto when weary I might go, To sit alone, and let the pentteara flow, And feel a little while their bitter ease. I built my honse, I ringed it round with trees, And often when the son and winds were low I sat and mused there, while there seemed to grow A rest begotten of dear memories. Bat strange unholy shapes with snake-wreathed browft Did throng my refuge and defile my grove. So now no more about that house I move. Still it looks peaceful through it3 shadowing boughs But voices from within the calm disprove. What say you, then—shall I not burn my house A Heroic Defense. In the month of January, 1878, Mr. Max­ well, his wife, daughter May* and four men, started from Miles City, with the intention of settling on the Lower Missouri, near where the old Stanley trail crosses that stream. They had thirteen pairs of oxen dragging the wagons, and the progress, as a matter of course, was quite slow. However, there was no ...

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. — 10 December 1880

\/S"'' »'C'' 4 'I 5,1 SS^- W^f^' f& -,V IS"' a&i! early to the OLD CLOTHING. POE AS ELEGANT HOUMY FEBSEHT There is no place in the City by which more satisfaction can be given than by SIG HANAUER, The Popular CLOTHING 2s/LJ±2sT, My Counters and Shelves are packed with the nobbiest goods of the season, just received for the Holidays. Men's Suits and Overcoats to satisfy the most fastidious taste in assortment and prices. White, Cheviot, Flannel and Dress Shirts. UNDERWEAR from 75cts. to $7.50 a suit. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS In an endless variety from 50cts to $2,00. Suspenders, Silk and Wool Wristlets, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises. A suitable and useful present for Boys can be found in our CLOSING OUT SALE AT COST of Boy's Clothing. I NEVER OVERRATE ANYTHING, but sell Goods on HONEST PRINCIPLES. Come one &nd all lor your Holiday Goods to XtX HOLIDAY GOODS! SIG HANAUER. RELABLE :1 DRY GOODS. GOLD The best selected Stock in the City at ID^TsT EISENBERG'S, 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. — 17 December 1880

VOL. VIII. NEWS-NOTES. —Parnell is in a pickle. —Senator Lamar is very ill. —A scarcity of fuel is reported at Win repeg. —St. Julien made $28,000 for its owner the last season. —The knights of the middle ages are historically dark —It takes an old woman well versed in herbs to give sage advice. —It is rumored that N. B. Harwood will again resume business. —The November reduction of the pub­ lic debt will excced $2,000,000. —The Towpath club will participate in the inaugural procession next March. —If Justice Hunt is retired, rumor says Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, will succeedhim. —Secretary Kamsey will hold two cab­ inet positions but ten days, as the law prohibits a logger periad. —Another land league demonstration was held at Craughwell, Ireland, Monday, amid much cxcitement. —The secretary of the navy asks for §15,000,000 for the expenses of his department the next fiscal year. —Gen. Howard is a Christian gentle­ man, and will do honor to the position mandant at West Point. as ...

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. — 17 December 1880

efficiency! discipline and economy.' White the enlistment of this force would add somewhat to the appropriation for pay of the army, the saving made in other reapeeta would be more than an equivalent for this additional outlay, and the efficiency of the army would be greatly increased. The rapid extension of the railroad sytem of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, and the great tide of emigration which has flowed in on new territory haa imposed on the military an entirely new change of policy. The estab­ lishment of posts along wagon roads and roads frequently traveled is no longer necessary. Permanent quarters at points selected of a more substantial character than those hereto­ fore constructed will be required. Under* ex­ isting laws permanent buildings cannot be ereoted without the sanction of Congress, and when sales of military sites and buildings have been authorised the moneys received have reverted to the treasury and oould only become available through anew appropriation...

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. — 17 December 1880

w- AWVITO-WU fl?®-/. ywr?"^ *r /j, v.! :.' Down on the golden sand With careless feet. Through 6unny hours they stand- Bus children sweet. Gently, as if in play, Great, green, gray waves Make music in the bay And kiss the caves. Little the children know Upon the Bhore How, in mid-sea, winds blow And billows roar Hew ships meet sad mischance, And sailors drown This blessed ignorance Is childhood's crown. Beside another sea Those children stand, From all its fears still free. On childhood's land. Oh, mighty sea of life, Oh, perilous tides, Where storms are always rife, And death abides. Fall softly on the land Where childhood lingers. Building its domes of sand With rosy fingers. For children should not hear Your raging wild, Nor see—wLose eyes are clear— Your tide defiled. Nor mark, with hearts that bleed, How souls go down This ignorance indeed One day, while the rambling spirit was still unappeased, yet had boots and limbs put in their protest, an inspiration came to us most happy ...

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. — 17 December 1880

$f)e Btemardt tribune. MBY A. LOUNSBERRY. WIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION -RATES: WTMitsiA*, One Year, $2 50 Six Months. 1 50 -Three jMontbs 75 -ADVERTISING EATES._ 'Ertttal-Hnd'foreign business notices, 10 cents lper-line, of ^Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten Minos to the inch Professional -cards, four lines or less, $10 ijjer annum. •\dvertisements:m column of "^Vv ants, Jfor •Sale." "For-Rent,'' etc., 10 cents per line each iiusertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Or'ginal poetry §1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply thiS'Ollice or send for advertising rate card. JRELIGIOUS SERVICES. ^METHODIST CHURCH— Services every Sun dav in theuiowchitFchon 5th street, at ix a. m. an*d7-p.'Ri. fiunday school immediately after inorning iPraver meeting every. We es i3VtV at'1ihe 'parsonage at 7:30 p. in. "«J. -M. BULL. Pastor. Jl'itE^B-YTEitrAUfCmnoJi^'Suirday service at 11 a. .and 7 lOOlp.'.m.^v. Bmul 'time. All are in witod seats ireb. i&tndajV'school immediately ...

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. — 17 December 1880

I710R O Money to Jjoan. ONEY to LOAN. 2tf F. J. CALL. C? O TO LOAN on Real Estate or it in to it I quire of FLANNKRY & WETHERBY. ONEY TO LOAN—Term satisfactory to suit borrowers. Enquire of M. P. STATTERY, 41tfm 48 Third Street, Bismarck. D. T. Miscellaneous. FOUND—Sixteen }T^RENCH & GROCERS. W. H. THURSTON & CO.,<p></p>Grocers, ULI (78 MAIN STREET, BISMARCK) Steamboat and Freighters Supplies a Specialty. No WANTS, FOR SALE, RENT, ETC For Sale. FOR SALE. —E. H. Bly in addition to his con­ tract with the N. P. for 10,000 tons of coal is pn-pared to furnish the trade both local and foreign. 36tl FOR SALE.—Hay and oats. Bay in stack or delivered in town. Inquire of Henry Sut tlc, one mile south of town on the Apple Creek road, RE NT OR SALJ5—The store raam in Mhe TBIBCNB block. Enquire of S. Selleck. Stillwater, Minn. 18tf For Kent. ROOMS FOR RENT—One furniskod, one un­ furnished. Inquire at TKIBTTXB office or third house east of Seventh, on Main street. Persona...

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. — 17 December 1880

»—.—~«v r%T !. V," 51 *P 1 -J1 KRVM? JJFTFSRVIFE WAITING ANXIOUSLY WAITING. There is waiting, anxious waittag.for the fish­ erman's returning, And the angry .winds are blowing, as the billows loudly roar There's a beacon in the window, and a cheer /ul lire burning, To guide the storm, toseed mariner in safety to the shore.- There iB waitiner, on the deck, where the fish­ ermen are standing, And fervent prayers are offered that the storm may soon be o'er All the sails are torn to ribbands, and tne cables now are stranding— Oh, God! have mercy on them! they are drifting on the shore! There is waiting, anxious waiting, for the tid­ ings of the missing And tearful eye3 are .looking in sadness to the shore And the mother's heart is aching, as the child she's fondly kissing Whispers softly from its cradle, "Will papa come no more? There is waiting, anxious waiting, and the days and weeks are flying, Yet no coming of the missing ever glads the watcher's eyes And the waves for aye are- surg...

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. — 17 December 1880

THE MESSAGE or President Hayes to the Second Session of the Forty-Second Congress, Delivered at 12 O'clock Monday, Dec. 6. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of Bepresentatives: I congratulate you on the continued and increasing prosperity of oar •country. By the favor of Divine Providence we have been blessed daring the past year with health, with abundant harvests, with profit* able employment for all onr people and with contentment at home and friendship with other nations. The occurrence of the twentyfonrth election of achief magistrate has afforded another oppor­ tunity to the people of the United States to ex­ hibit to the world a significant example of the transmission of the power and authority of the government from public servants, whose terms of office are about to expire, to their newly chosen suc­ cessors. This example cannot fail to impress profoundly the thoughtful people of other countries with the advantages which republi­ can institutions afford. The immediate...

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. — 17 December 1880

I." I% ''"j- «pTf"a ft. m&'jta 4 A VT CLOTHING. TOR AS ELEGAHT HOLIDAY PKESEST There is no place in the City by which more satisfaction can be given than by SIG HANAUER, The Popular clothiuq nvnj^n^r. My Counters and Shelves are packed with the nobbiest goods of the season, just received for the Holidays. Men's Suits and Overcoats to satisfy the most fastidious taste in assortment and prices. White, Cheviot, Flannel and Dress Shirts. UNDERWEAR from 75cts. to $7.50 a suit. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS In an endless variety from 50cts to $2.00. Suspenders, Silk and Wool Wristlets, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises. A suitable and useful present for Boys can be found in our CLOSING -OUT SALE AT COST of Boy's Clothing. I NEVER OVERRATE ANYTHING, bu}. sell Goods on HONEST PRINCIPLES. Come one and all for your Holiday Goods to FINE ASSORTMENT PORE TENDERLOIN, SIG HANAUER. CLEAR PORK SAUSAGE, I-*1 CHRISTMAS GOODS. Pigs Feet and Tripe in 1-4 Barrels and Kits. CLEANED PIGS FEET, $...

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. — 24 December 1880

7"'i' VOL. VIII. 3' irs-.v rus. —Congress has taken a recess till Jan "uary 5th on account of the holidays. —Senators Conkling aild Lamar Apr peared in the senate for tlits first time, Monday. —Jamestown doesn't know whether it "wants to be a town or a city, but wants to be one or the other. —Chicago is bound to be ahead. She now has a boy who sweats blood, which is puzzling doctors. —"Big Nosed George" is sentenced to be hung on the 15th of April, haVirig plead guilty to murder. —Capt. Alex Hughes has been ap­ pointed receiver of the Yankton land of­ fice vice Lott M. Buyless. —Col. W. II. Brainerd died in the Black Hills a few days ago. He was formerly on the staff of the New York Tribune. —T. F. Singhizer has been appointed secretary of Idaho territory and E. P. -Chaplin, receiver of public moneys at J)eadw©od, D. T. —The Central City Herald says work "was commenced on Monday last on the belt railroad connecting the important (towns in the Black Hills. —Wa«le Hampton now disclaim...

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. — 24 December 1880

V,^ .^\ 1 A KOTHER JO JBOB ISGEBSOIjI* am sitting by the fixe, Bob, With baby on my knee, While my husband and its aire, Bob, Has read your views to me. Hy baby is a girl. Bob— A dainty little thing No blossom in the garden, Bob, Is half so sweet in Bpring. do not know the ISWB,Bob, By which her. being came And of the laws of death, Bob, My knowledge ia the same. Nor do I know the laws, Bob, By which the flow'reta blow And how the winter cornea, Bob, I nothing, nothing know. And how are yon so wise. Bob, That yon should come to say, A doubtful thing is baby's sou, Oh, tell my now, I pray? I cannot take it in, Bob, With baby in my arms, Her clinging, thrilling touch, Bob, Tour every doubt disarms. She cannot apeak a word, Bob, Yet I can surely see The soul within her eyes, Bob, Is speaking unto me. But O, I feel the power. Bob, Of mother lore within I never in my life, Bob. Felt i»*if so strong a thing. O, could you be a mother, Bob, A doubt would never rise That babies' vast inherit...

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. — 24 December 1880

fr sits Iu %I ?*$*.•* »*£-*.* Iff There's a fierce srr*y bird with a sharpened beak, With an angry eye and a starting shriek, That nurses her brood where the cliff liowere blow -i. On the precipice-top 3n per perualsnow— Where the fountains are mute 6r in secrecy flow That where the air is shrill and bleak. Or in splintered point of a shiver'd peak. Where the weed« lie close and the grass sings sharp, To a comfortless Bald-headed tune like a wintry harp. and stripped, like a vulture torn wiitd and strife, with her feathers worn And ruffled r- and stain'd while scattering bright, Bound her serpent neck that is writhing,bare, Id a crimson collar of gleaming hair! Like the crest of a warrior thinned in the fight, And shorn, and bristling—see her! where She sits in the glow of the sun-bright air! NEAL BEGUILED. He had never had any sisters, and knew very little about women but he thought, foolish fellow, that he knew everything and was invulnerable. His affianced, Lucy Lofton, quite a l...

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. — 24 December 1880

ggg BY O A. MLBUNSBKRRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: '•WEEKLY, One Year, |2M Six Months. Three Months 1 50 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each,insertion. Ten hues to the inch. Professional cards, if«nr 'lines or les«, $10 per annum. Advertisements i« column of "Wants, J?or Sale," "For Rent,''Vctc., 10 cents per line-each Insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry §1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising' *pply •tthis office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHURC'II—Services every Sun­ day in the new church on -uthstreet-aUn a. in. and 7 p. in. Hnnday school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the parsonage at 7.30 p. m. J. M. BULL. Pastor. '•PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Sunday service-lit 11 a. m.and 7:00p. in., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited Keats iree. Sunday«ch«ol-ifiimediately iiftc* moraine service. Weekly vjiru...

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. — 24 December 1880

.j^TATEJTTFTTT Of THIS CONDITION OP TUB Traders Insurance Company On the 31st day of December. 1870. The name of the company is The Traders In­ surance Company. It is located in Chicago, 111. The amount ol it* capital ftock is $500,GOo. '1 he amount of its capital stock paid up i* $.W,0«)0. ASiSKTfS 'Cash on band and in the hands of agents or other persons $ 80,368 72 Keal Estate unincumbered 12,196 98 U. S. 4 per cent. lie#. Bonds. .$275,000 383,593 75 'Cook County Bonds 52,500 57,555 00 Evanston Water Loan bonds. 20,000 21.750 00 'Chicago City bends.... 13,000 14.790 00 •ChicaSo&XxW.Ky. gold bonds Id. 000 11.375 00 Chicago city railway slock 40,000 72,000 00 Accrued interest 612 50 Debts otherwise secured 243,000 00 Debts for premiums..' 32,120 30 All other securities 24.815 60 Total assets ...... §85(,183 11 I.IAlUMTlIiS: -Losses adjusted and due .Losses adjusted and not due bosses unadjusted $ 40,908 8-1 Losses iu suspense, waiting further proof All other claims aznlnst the ...

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 December 1880

id'Ay fe-'r~ •|Vit-*ltir1HfcVl.iiifri- &&m carwr '. 3i ISf I Lrftiii,.Woo A NINETEENTH CENTURY TEACHER. .., ,:-••••••• Twaa Saturday. night ja«td**te%chersat Alone, her task pursuing .. She averaged this and she- averaged that. Of all her clasS'was doing. She reckoned percentage, bo many-boys,^.,. And so many girls all counted, And marked all the tardy and absentees. Ana to what all the absence amounted. Names and residence, wrote in full, 1, Over many columns and pages Canadian, Teutonic, African, Celt, And averaged all their ages. The date of admission of every one, And cases of flagellation And prepared a list of graduates For the coming examination. Her weary head sank low on her book, And her weary heart still lower For some of her papils had little brains, And she could not furnish more. She slept, she dreamed it seemed she died. And her spirit went to Hades And they met her there witnthe question said, "State what per cent your grade is." Ages having slowly rolled awa...

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 December 1880

& ., -J When '^-$Z||f 'r- "AND THOU HAST. VOTED." ••f-'^^^taiiwgii !I And tell me what the people 6aid When thou walkedst up. I'd like to see Just how thou lookeast from heel to head For I regard thee more than human. P. 8.—I hope you didn't vote for a woman. iSf, I Letter from a Brooklyn young lady to a Boston miss who exercised l^e tigbtvpfosufl rage:I And thou hast voted! What didst thou- wear thou didst vote? How was it trim­ med! What thine arrangement of thine hair? Alas that fate should so have limned •••?.•. My life in shadows dun and black,. That I can't be a party-hack! And thou hast voted! Describe the hat Thou worest. Indeed, it Bhould be white To mark the era by thy toil begat— An era of acquittal from the blight Which man,the tyrant, seeks to place On all sweet, lovely woman's race. And thou hast voted! Didst thou wear street Or evening costume at the polls? Did high-laced shoes begirt thy Boston feet. Or buttoned boots with heavy 60les? O glorious suffrage! Heaven...

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 December 1880

,r ft O'1 1 "1 'rw M- CLOTHING. FOR ELEGANT HOLD AY PRESENT 'There is no place in the City by which more satisfactioncan be given than by SIG HANAUER, The Popular OLOT33II^rC3- ."My Counters and Shelves are packed with the nobbiest goods of the season, just received for the Holidays. Men's Suits and Overcoats to satisfy the most fastidious taste in assortment and prices. "White, Cheviot, Flannel and Dress Shirts. 'u UNDERWEAR from 75cts. to $7.50 a suit.' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS In an endless variety from 50cts to $2,00. Suspenders, Silk and Wool Wristlets, Hats and* Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises. A suitable and useful present for Boys can be found in our CLOSING OUT SALE AT COST of Boy's Clothing. I NEVER OVERRATE ANYTHING, but sell Goods on HONEST PRINCIPLES. Come one aDd all for your Holiday Goods to Tnrkevs SIG HANAUER. ASjtt^iSAiiS S"J," ivs- I 1* ,- 1, CHRISTMAS GOODS. The best selected Stock in the City at Consider this place headquarters for all kinds of Holiday Goods...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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