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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 31 December 1880

b'fefc I:, 11 ''"'r JW* •*H"I^ fr I **$* *^i *-»3?Z VOL. VIII. V- 3tV 'r i!rft -cN^fvi ^Vk *'7 ?i •".' i'/H '-EWS-NOTES. i—Ho legislature convenes at Yankton -Jqjpqary 12. i-Alaska lias a population of 600 whites nind 7,000 Indians. Ur-The Central House anil a saw mill at Wadena burnecl last week. —The earnings of the North Pacific are fiver $600,000 per annum greater than last year. —Missouri elects a member to Congress in one district by a majority ol two votes oniy. —The failure of N. B. Harwood, Minne­ apolis, gives the sheriff of that County an $8,000 tee. —Minneapolis has contributed to re­ place her upper bridge, $56,000 for an iron structure. —The committee on territories has con­ sented to lieai the Dakota division close after the holidays. —Gen. Butler has paid the $120,000 dficiency in his accounts as treasurer of the Lome for disabled soldiers. —John Dillon's last drunk lias so dis­ gusted his managers that lie is not likely to have an appointment to appear again. —An En...

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. — 31 December 1880

I w* s. Through the°Bbarp, v«K H£*£J ***\u J8ANTA CLAPS Harper's Weekly,thecurrent number,haaa Christmas poem descriptive of a C8™J®' which represents Santa Claus °^v,e chimney in deep enow and **£*•for toe children to get to sleep. It Is one^of Nasi best drawing?. The poem la as follows. Ho! ho! my fleet courser! you've brought frosty air, 'neati the clear fromthefa^froxen'Nortb, where securely 1 And keep men aloof with my grim ice spell! Ha! ha! For long ages they've striven in vain A To break throueh the wall of my chosen do­ main To wrest my ice-flelds from my ancient con- Ami tear !own my banner that floats from the pole! The step of a mortal would shatter the spell go against the invader I guard myself well, Lest, driven f^om earth, I must hide my gray Where my kindred, the gay fairy people,bave fled. Alae for. the spirits of innocent mirth, Long driven from meadow, from grove, ana from hearth, The gay fairy people of earth's merry Prime! But I rtill reign secure in my own fro...

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. — 31 December 1880

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 't .•:'v i.'-. BY CHRISTINA. ROSSETTX. *r- l« ./ In the beak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan Earth stood hard aa iron, 0 4 Water like a stone Snow had fallen snow on snow, Snow on snow,^ In the^ieak mid-winter Lone: ago. m. nO'v o'-V Oar God, heaven cannot hoidHiin Nor earth snstain. Heaven and earth shall flee away When he comes to reign In the bleak mid-winter A stable-place sufficed „Tbe LordGod Almighty— Jesns Christ. 1X1. Enough for Wim from Cherubim Worship night andday, A breastful of milk And a mangerfnlof hay Enough for Him whom Angels Fall down before The ox and ass and camel Which adore. Angels and Archangels May have gathered there, Cherabim and Seraphim Thronged the air Bat only His Mother In her maiden bliss Worshiped the Beloved With a kiss. What can I give Him, Poor as am?— If I were a Shepherd I would bring a lamb If were a wise Man I would do my part Yet what can I give Him?— Give my heart. 8TRKWIJSG HEMP SEEDS. A Christmas Story. "Coming next w...

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. — 31 December 1880

",^?V.-.- i'** Wr iM, [|P M. r-t# :j|$!fe, Tf 4 (BY ^A. KHINMIRRY. TI52BIIS3E JFLLXBBJOBLPAJION 31 ATES: W.EBKDS. TFLNE TBWAR, $2 50 jtfteSinutbs. 1 50 THNS* Ifiioiltas 75 m'raBBa!LH£Sf« 5RATES. Ilirorni -anti Iftmlgn 'ttjirfiuegs notices. 10 cents nujrlline,of-5IoittHnalitSpe,»e«oh.insection. 1 en lli»H»tto:theiin*lfa. iPidftwaiondl «ce*cte, tfour '.lines-or-less, §10 lpBT)«UilUm. „_ AlWatiMamoUts^ncolonin -of *4*\Vants, or ifJale "HCurIHoilt ',«UTJ._,'10 cent* per'line each itnserfion. Letrriiind{iBe«.«t'TeRrilariatUtcrate6. ••Or^lnilliyo'ffiwrSlipwUliue. 'For-eotfttwM:iHiB»oftli«play advertising apply nt thia-ottlBCior-snull ICor.advertising rate card. BISMARCK,ID-TEi, EJR1DA3C, DEC/31. 1880. RTHE (LUAKTEK-AIIISTBR CASES. Penalties for '^lie ^violation of law are :fi\cd with a.view*to reform rather than •oppression. Bence, fines'in some'Cases, .are• al 16\veti,:where in' others imprison-, ment is justified. The cracksman and sneak thief are very properly confined and sometimes gi...

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. — 31 December 1880

"•v tv •i M¥ ^TATEMBNT OP THE CONDITipN OP THE Toti»l assets Total assets 1.1^. Traders Insurance Company On the 31st day of December, 1879. The name of the company is The Traders In Hiirance Company. It is located in Chicago, 111. Tho amount of ius capital stock is $500,(JOo. '11K- amount of its capital stock paid up i» $500,000. AHSKTS: •Cash on hand and in the hands of agents or other persons $ 80,568 7i Heal Estate unincumbered 12.195 93 U. 8.4perc«nt.Reg. Bonds..$273,000 283,593 75 Cook County Bonds •,..'... 58,500 57,555 00 Ivanston Water Loan bonds. 20,000 21.750 00 Vhicaeo City bonds 13,000 14,790 00 Chicugo&N.W.Ky. gold bonds 10,000 11,875 00 Chicago city railway stock— 4#,00Q 72,000 00 Accrued interest 612 50 Debts otherwise secured 245,000 00 Debts for premiums. All other securities 32,126 50 24.815 (K) §85(1,183 11 MAHIMTIISS: 1 Losses adjusted aud due Losses adjusted aud not due Losses unadjusted Losses in suspense, waiting further proof All other claims against 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. — 31 December 1880

K-:\ [•&/£*•• bx- ^l'" 1? Pi S^-* to tfr THE BABE AT BETHLEHEM. The night swept cool o'er.Bethlehem's.plain And folded cJoee the distant hUl: Alonetheweary shepherds watched While ail their drowsy iiocto were ftill Above, the silent stars moved on. Each in its own majestic way— Who dreamed the Son of Man had come And in a Bethlehem manger lay No wondrous sign had filled the sky When sank the flaming sun afar No ominous cloud with darkness came To pale or hide the Eastern star No tumult filled the town or inn, Where travelers tarried on their way, Unconscious that the Son of God So near them in a manger lay. Along the surging streets of Rome, Through all the Empire of the Wesl, Nor sign nor sound the hour made known In which all nations should be blest That night Imperial Caesar slept On regal couch his cares away, And dreamed not that the King of Kinc& At Bethlehem in a manger lay. Only where umpie shepherds watched In fields whieh Buth of old did glean,. Was the wrapt song ...

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. — 31 December 1880

memsptfEB avfirnom. editor Mtin his sanctum, ^gs*jliii«with8sd,«iarne«teyes Uugenfeof"Questions bisreader* ,i, •flint with demands for replies. Jhese," said the weary quffl-driYor, IToold flU up a moderate book. nbtyu too whole lot together, :*i'/ Id let people sfe how they look t" s. Why don't my youn« man propose?" What was the matter with Hannah?" Why don't I turn out my toes?" Did tho Prodigal Son ni?e tobacco? What do you think ails my cat? Had Nebuchadnezzar four stomachs?" How shall I trim my liew hat £§f Tell me where Mores was buried 1" "DidNoah lake fleas in the ark?" What was Eve's middle initial 1" Why is it that hens do not bark ... •Hi liice," said the editor, smiling, VI like these good people wbtf seek pr knowledge, and.I like to give it 'IU answer their questions next week. I'd like, too, to get them together *^Thoy'd think immortality leaked answer their questions, as promised, ^Though most folks would call it necks twftaked." fog Who wis It that wrote that sweet d...

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. — 31 December 1880

1 1 «U Xlr\ ~i! ^ttt^MUcii? WHF|tfj*Je»r. tHiswanlof t]ie season llijs week rufimirigon regular time agailk ^ijk''*'"EnocU Arden at Raymond's Hall- to JiPl&ll Gharley "Wlilifaras will tell yon all about attUo Minnehalia. .NS'fline frozeto-death in the recent cold *s^P^tojftr ashfe^rd from. "sr T'^'' «iwlL The postofflce will be closed oh Nelir ^^^5Teais from 11 a. in. till 4 p. m. Tl»e infant child of J. P. McNallvdied V^sff'^Wednesday and was buried yesterday*^ If you want a good evening's enter ^%ainment gotoRaymond's Hall t«-niglit. Peter Gallalier and Bridget People# ?^_J^|,i'were married la»t,we$k at the^idence.of ^W^layor Peoples.* & Raalcy Bnrgess and Jennie Grady were married last Saturday by Bov, Father Keenfaitf.: Both are worthy along and hap. py llfe1 -1 stating tUut the first boat to leave. Yank ton in 1881 .will be April 5th, from Bis marck Ajiril 12th.£/T Company "J)," 7th Cavalry, give their ^annual ball'at Fort Yates on the 13th of January. Preparations have...

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. — 7 January 1881

•on. fffrnk^^W^m^^Mmtss^sM't. lOlglltw^W*' )h |#^4 hi-^w- a 3,'j /•, f'lfevfcV ^h^s^S* VOL. VIII. ^•—The Naotch /,3V—The Germans —The Engl ish day. —The Dakota yean old. —The territ Tuesday. —Tk* StPaul Wifc^M im the city pHaUa fe__Th^Biily for Fargo next rta are territalyia •^.tfima* \^^on't Vr^A City d^Omi i' 7- «dieii IB ^ibulAs] S3Tear dsgr, at-tlttr ^cnmbb -v \pounflt. Shp lAvedbildNa^M fi zurjtwo yea^s old lundved iadiw years Aliving. LQtaUUholMhfc i&BW* M»m« t. mm rw«|4 BEW8-SOTE8. troupe jfge^ ilW Ch«rieyFnH»ilMii ]vo«p. secretaryship oftMtoteriot ~-A. telephone* jajbhaftfe started in FargraaMl' ---"^i—Fargo haJ&fc this seasbn. llvvrto .•*•-.&—The W0,000dori •—i MnepHil halite &9I in New York, W were lost. —•The recent srt ing and threate -aaciedsoll. —The Republic*#, census and foundf a.gain of 1,427. ||j —McKenna, thalandre_ wood, has been removedjto itykt a Mic^igander. 'A—Hon W ^artih® rels of flour to'lhr-s' —Gov. Se atyrt Cohnemara, last1week —The citiz...

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. — 7 January 1881

v^JupwiW stuff. yoar r/ifflowhtnl took you twftkfeh pteoe I numbered ^M &ifllqrJiowyoQ'd sPl S@S$»o# the tUae i^:4Cooat yon T*p,i fig Sot in v*ia. joints that then did At' ,UKr,1f«rAll do natx^nesrttw® iro toob atii get yon two-ffcirds s»S s* ~W |Jk pat In place and tben ». CashyOp gambling to theflomf again. Onoe ioorel its, Ypu're •sry I am Betting **«M mVire k:^ Sk 83 ,, ,* rather fufl of soot, daubed from bead to foot $|| Iiunw^umb, tratstillIpereevtore. Q5*Vtee»R0e*i down again and rakes my Onoeinore I go to work. but a simile aecti esr.»'g Scnfcloicateb the goat, Afi^iang*c**pe« theWto rff nqr nose. AwS ilK»« another piece fills with* shun, lidi tfaes the reft Koen down and I raj "Dam! And tben my bloodgets boiling, and I say, t* Br aH that's blue, Ffi fix yon, anyway I" MR.i By patience great oet^all bat single section: straight, AsdthatIam1kbonttopla4e,.whenoh! Tbs chair I stand on tips. Down flat I go While on and around me, with a horrid crash, lliewliolacomes down aga...

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. — 7 January 1881

1 ST xrimrf x. soiioi -''..•ft. _____ .. ... /£'. man toiM butidterdiT. SinoeiMurting fromoiir childhood's hom$* Where we had drewried our sweeteet dreams, Hoe erer thought from it to roam. Thfin therewM onlyfonrof u», And each sobriquet had won. Twae TaL and Sii, and Pad, and Bob,- They celled tu in the years ugcme.' At the dear hamtta ire loved ao ireD, Wd them farewell, evermore, I Each echo toom aome unknown ahorei-yj Ci to the" oldhonae" on the hQL Through orchard to our favorite tree,'?' Down to the "big rock" by the ran. l£ L/,-•j SS'1 Where chirping birds called out "pee-wee/ p-1 Bach root had a reality WhicbweU might put romance to shame Combined they formed a royai realm, More real than half that bears the namek The. grmpe-vine awing, mow-oovered logs, And flowers that bloomed for ua alone. And we must bid them all farewell, This Utile world we called our own. Was ever aorrow worse than this FronHieartswhichreasonedncrtof Nor dreamed it was at best but brief.r Since then, ...

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. — 7 January 1881

i'J pi W Ifi =82 RV O A. W|W««»K TJ&BTOt* RITBSCRIPTION/IIATBS^II •®U,T,OneYear, is E? is ,4%l fit $2 B® '-JSfct Month*, ^Jfc»:: ^Three Jfonths. %', J-! ''/•-4"?J ADVEBTI8INO RATES. *'-. Localand foreign business noticas.1© ceate ptir l'ne. iBf Nonpareil type, each Insertion. Ten. [trie* to the Inch. Professional card*, fonr lines c*r less, flO per annnm. lim Advertisements in column _^ of "Wants," "For Sale." "For Kent, etc., 10 cento per lineeach tjutrtbm. .• ... fe-s-v Le^al notices at regalar statute rate*, v1 Original ptffetrjr $1 per line For contract file* of display advertising apply 'M this office orsend for advertising-rate card. ^BISMARCK, D. T.i FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1881. THE Farpo Daily J^imes has made ite appearance. It is a bright, five-column afternoon paper? Will wonders never cease. *. SKCRBTART SCHUBZ relieves the Prus­ sian mind by declaring he is not a candi­ date for the Berlin mission, for^obrious personal reasons, if no other. AN-s, honest democrat in the Penn...

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. — 7 January 1881

Ij* It SAMPLE ROOMS Bogue & Schreck's CHOP HOUSE, Opposite Pest Ofice. Open Day and 37iglit. MEALS at ALL HOURS fhim Wines, Liquors and Cigars, iatf WHOLESALE LIQUORS. CQ c§ bf) 8 CQ P3 o3 O O P3 CQ i-3 QE0. ELDEfi, EADES & WESTHAUSER, 22 MAIN STREET. 3AL00N AND BILLIARD HALL. In collection with the house in a strictly Jirst-class bar, and pool room. The best place la town to spend an even inc. The bar is stocked with the Liqnors aad*Cigars. JAS. CONDLET, best Wines, i-tr. Proprietor IFERRY SALOON, Point Pleasant, ]. T. Parties driviag. out from Bismarck will find |4bi» a pleasant resort. The only licensed saloon at the "Point." SS Pox's Rialto, 1 No. 42 Main Street. Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. One of the best pool tables in the city: new balls, new cnes, new everything. A fine laach served to customers at all hoars. The best place ••ts while away" nn hour or so. ASA FISHER, Who^ule Dealer la ES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Main-st., ©pp. Sheridan House. .% 'Ageat far Val Bl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 January 1881

TSE&BUNE AGUOTS. FjSHVSTOW *Q«o!r%M]l Co.. newspaper adv*rtisJ^s«ents JO Bjmtee 8t-Mew York. aw anthqrizod to ms*» 1T .HV,H- IS, I,I« paper at oar lowest rates. A file JftUfiipef Bt$v be iecn itthfl HAr York office. (BUM.ElEller Co., N^PAPWSDTORTISINIR I^NTS. rtwi»M- Kr.Min|rl. fihlcego. J1L, »n aathonsea Masts *o contract adrertlsingfortUapage at ?ur ISWSatiat—» ,, $p $8*. jRfe ItaUoran, Oomefora. Wt- Q-R. POETBR, M. 1)., BANK FIRSTALTBR km a W Vi k"'. H. X. Brown, Eeoetrer ,D. 8, Land, offioe. Abator, Baiter, isiberj7,Poiti .TU. U. 8. Land office. IL Oaahmao. Deputy Oolleetor 17.8. easterns. rooty Collector Internal BeTsnna. oouimr ornciai*. flonn OOU ASD .usuia or ODDS.—John H. Bleharda. r.—Alexander HoKensle. jx-TmaimxB.—'W. V, Watson, or PBOBAIX.—Emer N. Corey. TKHsrarz or POBLIO SOHOOM.-^. Bracc. OOMWSSIONKBS.—Frank Donnelly, Josepb Bare, J. A. Emmons. SinmexOB.—O. W. Thompson. BL—John Qolnlan. —J ASSESSOR.—P.Msllor. IOBOVTHBCBAOX.—K.B. Ware, Bismarck. Matt, rly, Mandan, S...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 January 1881

HBBBB§W|PlBBBMra L/jWritteo far The VrittenforTbe Chicago I»edgerJ 43$: SLEEPTHOLLOW. I- .(••• :%('., W-vV'J' i.V -.• •.••• •. 1 BT CB1BUE8 U. LOOAK. •', ••.• '. •. 1 1 1 "V la desr^secladed valley, between the hollow of the IXidstthe rocks and chasms grouping,- in the pools and marshes drooping, «. -, Btsnflff »n«iiftimt mill—a'min ln it». slovr and sore decay Yet still It re»ri in broken tiers it is folding fast ?$v amy. v. It lidrmran with masses of the wildest creeping HI siwis. That hare started from the moisture of the rills. In thia bbQow, of an evening, not a soul has dared toroam Though the stillness there is sleeping, and the Cnscent moon Is peeping Bom Into the crumbled.- broken stonework of the pile, niece is a dread, as of the dead, that hosts of former Stjl» §P Are stQl and dowljr treading where the moon i» -v always shedding Boattored rihrer through the fragments of the dome. Tha willow shades the marshes with a waving hedge of green, 6::Its boughs to -waters bending,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 January 1881

%¥St 14.F.A A J", -A k/) •tjtik'ifi M. V, i£" 4 jf' "i A I 'l\ iv Is Sfce iteaareft fcrUmtte. :. JBKLIGIOUS SBBYICSS. JIKTHOD18TCHUKCH—8eryJce« aTerj Snn Aajrlnthe new charch on fitn street, at a. m. aad7».m. flandAy school immediately after mornfni meeting every Mryice. Prayer ay evening at the parsonage at 730 p. m. J. M. Boix, Pastor. /PasaBTTBBiAir Caolwa.—Sunday service at 11 a.m.and MJOp.m., Pan! time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sundayschool immediately afte* morning service. Weeuy prayer and ^teachers* meeting Wednesday ereninig at 8:15 •'clock. W. C. STKVXN8. Pastor. tiini or TH* BsBADorLira, (Episcopal), Rev. A. 4: Yeater, Roc tor. Morning. Prayer, with sennoL, each 8anday, at 11 men 1 free JMBOUC CAUSES.—First exhortation and benediction. street West end. B.H. Btrmmro, Rector. ,Siv.Pi(iKX KniAH, Assistant. mi .. ^BCRKT 80CIETIKS. A.'Hie. vegular cemmunlcatiens ef .- W' ^Bismarck Lodge Ko. It, A. F. Jt A. M., are *i i1' held in their hwl-oa the first and third Mon ^Pys o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

VOL.YIII. rtiSir-'• & S' •1 1 DAKOTA'S LEGISLATURE IT ORGAN IZEB FOR THE SESSION'S 1VOKK. 14T11 Resolution Passed Favoring the Re­ appointment- of Judge Barnes List of tlie Standing Com­ mittees Appointed. (Special Dispatch to the Tribune.) THE ORGANIZATION. YANKTON, Jan. 12.—Yankton lias been all astir during the past week speculating upon the organization of the legislature and the important measures that would probably come before it. Yesterday the fourteenth session of the Dakota legisla­ ture began by organizing and electing the following officers. Council: -Presi­ dent, Geo. H. Walsh, of Grand Forks secretary, E. B. Dawson, of Clay assistant secretary, Moses Liverman of Lawrence engrossing cjlerk, J. B. ilall, of Brook­ ings county sergeant-ft-arnn, Jacob branch, of Y&ukton fireman, B. S. Full ot Minnehaha chaplain, Rev. Mc Ready, of Yankton. House: Speaker, Dr J. A. Hailing, of Deadwood chief clerk, Fraiikf. Mead, of Mandan assist­ ant clerk, J- C. Pyatt, of Richland ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

XX u. ft ••.-*•'*' 3&^# ^g§ SAI^-v' saKHL-e MtMte BISMARCK TRIBUNE. C. JL- LOUNSBEBY, Publisher. BISMARCK, Si" A CHICAGO paper publishes a new year greeting from Sojourner Truth, the colored woman who claims to be about 110 years old, and also letters showing that she is about that age. She now resides at Battle Creek, Mfohigftn, her principal means of living being the sale of her "Book of life" and photographs. DB. FRANKLIN B. HOUGH, chief of the bureau of forestry, in connection with the department of agriculture, at Washington, has matured a plan which, with the co-op era tion of the state and general government, will tend to recloihe many of the ancient forests with anew growth of timber. With fhia object in view he visited THE syndicate which have undertaken to provide means for the speedy completion of the Northern Pacific railroad are meeting with entire success. The bonds are in great demand both at home and abroad, and at last accounts the subscriptions were in ex­ cess...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

A. §K MY NEIGHBOR'S CONFESSION. Tea, this is what my neighbor said that night, TN tho still shftdow other fltfttely H0Q80} (Fortune came to her when her head was white) What time dark leaves were weird in withering l| boughs, MiAnd each late rose sighed with its latest breath, grhia sweet world is too sweet to end in deatn. il Bat this is what my neighbor said to me: 1 "I grieved my youth away for that or this. f' I had upon my hand the ring you seet 'f With pretty babies in my arms to kiss, .. Anil one man said I had the sweetest eyes, He was quite sure, this side of Paradise. "But then our crowded cottage was so small, AnH spacious grounds would blossom full in sight Then one would fret me with an India shawl, knA one flash by me in a diamond's nght: And one would show me yards of precious lace, And one look coldly from her painted face. "I did not kn»w that I had everything Till—I remember it- Ah me! ah me! I who had ears to hear the wild bird's ring And ayes to see the violets. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

tn ,i XI NEIGHBOR'S CONFESSION. Yes, this is what my neighbor said that night, In tho still shadow of nor stately house, (Fortune came to her when her head was white) What time dark leaves were weird in withering boughs, And each late rose sighed with its latest breath, "This sweet world is too sweet to end in death." But this is what my neighbor said to me: "I grieved mv youth away for that or this. I had upon my hand the ring you see. With pretty babies in my arms to lass, Ami one man said I had the sweetest eyes, He was quite sure, this side of Paradise. "But then our crowded cottage was so small, And spacious grounds would blossom full in sight Then on© would fret me with &n India shawl, And one flash by me in a diamond's light And one would show me yards of precious lace, And one look coldly from her painted face. "I did not kn»w that I had everything Till—I remember it— Ah me! ah me! I who had ears to hear the wild bird's sing And eyes to see the violets. It must be A bitt...

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