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   Bismarck Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - March 12, 1878, Bismarck, North Dakota                               I LTA33E: 12, L878. j[ T I A BEPBBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED TRI-WEBKLY ASI> WEEKLY BY P51x: BISMARCK tRIBUNE CO., Bismarck, Dakota Territory. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Tri-Weekly, 00 Six Months............800 1 Three Months.............. 1 75 Weekly, One Year...............201) Six Months............ 125 Three Months.....I...... To j V .877. er Anraa ;ejien 378 i i f i _ o- a TO THE Tri-Weekly or 1 inch. 1 time, 81.00; subsequent insertiois 30 cehts; addi- tional Hoes, nonpariel, at same rate. Legal notices, per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folto for each subsequent inser- tion. Professional cards, four lines or leas, per annum, S10L00; additional 1 lea 32.50, Local business a- trans ent rates. Contract rates- one Inch, three months 21 Inches 3 months, alO.OO; 5 Inches, ten inches. 825.60; twenty .nchea. 3 ST. 3A FtOM _ -o GRAY A. PRATT. RAT Counsellors at Law. Money V, to loan. Commercial paper CJSTOr. Bit orneys at Law, 4th O St John A. Stoyell, County'Attorney. TAN at Law and United States Commissioner.________________ O Preston. B A Williams) Main Street.____________________ BO P Attorney) West R'aitt Street MID at Law anil City Justice. 76tf. JX Main and Oth Stz, Line. Loaves Eis- raarck for ft Lincoln .it P i tn and p m Returning leaves Lincoln at 10 a in -witf p m SUNDCKLAM) I.IM icimi-t, Tuining in ood and Irpn. Cabinet M iking, Upholsteimj, s Ij. mil (Clias. P. Peabody. Maurice Lyo'is. W. L. Parkins.) LYONS Importers and Deal- _ ers in Fine Wine? and Liqu< 13, Old Bouibon and Rye Whiskies, California and Biandies, Scotch Ale, Dublin and London Farter. ATo. 96 East Third Street, St. Paul. Minn _ 5-5 and dealers in Crockery, French China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses, and House Furnishing Goods. East Third Street. St. Paul. Minn CAMPBELL, C1RBANK 3c CO., i and Jobbers of Clothing tind Gents' Furnishing .Oooos. No 89 East Third Street. St. Paul mnn. GOOD SCHUHMEIER, .Merchant Tailors, and dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, No. 82 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Suits made a fashionable at short notice. v C of Shirts and Under- wear. 27 W. Third Street, St. Paul. VS-6m i: o Sn i p. i j G .A o j IS F. PUriCH-Merchant Tailor.and dealer lnv Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cor. Ninth and St. Seter Sts., St. Pau Militury Uniforms Made a ty. _ a RK HOUSE Corner Street and Hen- J nepln Are., 'two Blocks from the Academy oi Murie. Only first class Two Do'lar House, New, elegantly furnished, and sltuuted in the tinest por t ion of the City. _ VM-EBOH ANTS HOTEL, corner Third St. and First _ _ Ave. North. J. Lamonl. proprietor, day. Located in the rery centre of busineis; two blocks from the Post Office and Suspens on Bridge. Horse cars to all depots and all parts of the city pass within one block of the house. Proprietor. TTie largest and best Hotel in Dakota Territory. 003. MA'N AN? BURST'S, B1SMASCOZ. T. _ a, r Bnildlngnew and commodious, rooms large, com fortable and tastily furnished. First class in ever; particular. BJla reasonable. 3-27tf i-es-er W. r" -r i T V Tl S- _Cv__ O W if tsrja.y Firs-, SfoneL ir< every Oct. 14.1875. Saw" s  rv fy Q jio, __ u_'O c o: o. TN. Washington AT., MINNEAPOLIS O. RHU >Ji3i, Proprietor, _. Wishes to inform freighters and; travelers in general that he has graded a good road opposite hi i bouse to t ie river, making a much shorter anc. better roul e. 85-Sm I--3Q i i lO. c jCLi A ft _j I-J-J, T.T1 3E8T In the ta the JHbinarck XO BL SINESS. ST. IJAUL, Marci long i-..ie a  Ci wau cee anc C licago eaves no business for vesse.s. TULLES a recen- miser y caarac-er o. Cincmna-.i, ciec on Saturcay, .caving wortn ".wo iree mi ions. AN ATTEMPTED PEACE DEBIONSTRATIOMT in JParc was aroxen up ay a mo a, anc C iar.es 3rac- _aug i w 10 prooosec tne peace c emon- was cuoge. ec anc a cax GLADSTONE las announce, xo lis uency O- Greenwich ic wi a- nex- genera e ec-.ion. REPORTS New Xamps lire incica-.e -..la- ie prospects zavor t.ie Jemocra-.s ;br -o- morrow's e ection. Geo- Peek Saw on a Train. 'Jie S-. roac is oroaajy .ae weccing rai.foaC. in America. riaere is aarc y a train goes .from Pau Yi wauiee DU "las "rom one severa icalcay weoc ing parties, anc anc a gooc many t ia, are no weacings, icy a. ,ie symp-oms. Anc moie of those jarties Bearcs.ey's train t Jan any otier. Wny n is _ co no, itiovr, jut it is so. I" young man cou a ie incucec to wricewiar, lie inows aaou' weccing parties, tie aoo-c wou c. lave a arge >a e. 3ut le is as mum a an oysier. You can't set itm sc ue'a on any- bocy. W iv, on tiac train Moncay mornnig, "nree coua.es were mafriec or taey to oe. Jiere was one couple preteinc ing to 3e ee 3, wm one o tiose ink com e.-s over tieir "aces "or a siver. rJaey -quirmec so an experienced mis sionary cou.c no- ie p seeing --aey were no. as ee 3, anc. ye-. ;o ie ore passenger t lere was no-'i'ng unusua I aspect Cap .iere wtsn'-; e >ver tiere, anc Ie sale 10, were soing Lii wauiee to a Junera iecasiec. Do jeople anc ge.rec in -.ie -'ace, anc. larc. anc sckuirm arcane, anc. ier, ana inoci of Jrizzes, ana eaci o-.her, anc perspire in a co.c car, ana B'eam, anc ears w icn vjey are ;o a in wau-cee? Gel You can'? bo me. W len couo e ge- unc er a com br'.er, or a newspaper, or a or an overcoat, in Cie.nigV, oozing as loug i ley we -e ou of a >anc lox, ant tien ou- a; Xi journ anc -OOi as iou jh ley lac seen run away wi ,h anc tippec over, anc mussec; co ara ec, ear rin gone, i on nair in ,ie man's ves-, jair pins in lis ves- ana lerie'.ear, anc ips ciappec, anc ;o ou- on .ie ja.'orm :o .00c a, scenery anc jei-.'ieair, anc. JO'i ooc anc ;o s'.emaci, anc ie 10 ca her up iy -.ie -o ieej aer 'rom in .o wa.er, you con's ever wan-, .o ,.iin-i are -.o I-, is a picnic, o c man, anc con't you 'or50- i.. 'Jiey con', ac; ia- way "rom On leaiove, ne Mrs was movec to enqurre, "George, low is L you see a iese dings on a George prevaricatec anc. ce ceivec -.be .aav in -lis rep y; as ie was "be ciao mi-, com'or-er, ae eon ie exiee-.ec '.o ;ie w JOB-.rut .1, any more '.ban be cic axm- goine tie circus. GOCIS't Store on Third .Street, 'between Meigg.i itud Thaj er Streets. m V S3 PSR IT AY. t -..jj 87 X, J. 3. A SConre TO ie fo is an ex rom a ev.er -.o ie 3'is >a 'rom various ,iries are s .raining every nerve secure ie >u  y every one coneecec -..la -.bey have ,ie siortfs- rou .e anc -.ie jea; roac, t ie "inest, ana stations a mar ve. o com'ort, yet toeir cou c ae mace muCi s lorter to O'licago i tie Nort lern 3c roac wou.c tie twenty lours insteac o. orty rom hisin.ircri to St. "his is a mat- imporeance to com >an- anc it i- -.leNortiern 4c iaiirom. wii bof into tie matter 1 ant i y re-ti y s nue 'J le cumpufiy HI'OIIU us ti.it ley A'l after aicn -t m  u isbec anc was on lisre- ;urn w len ie' jassec u- c i" i 3aain. His oescrip-.ion o' la. va ey is a g owing bi'. o' wrring for a man WJO c oesn'-, -.o write, t: a so sbows ie -tie s. c o' sen-.imunt in >rave man o' frontier: "A jew c ays we or a'r wereci-Ter- en anc represen .ec ie na .iona. c ress o twen-y 5ve alferen- prov nces. ie queen among ler recoivec nine rich praVer -anc wqr'.i o s. A o'ciamonxs anc. a ine nee t aco pear s were mucb ac airec I, is one Paris mi 'ner so c. It.CO wor i of1 bon- ne s for Crnuanuuuui. my son, Vou jave 40, grammar, aave saic a prouc. sire lis thicies-, Clip o-.uer me lear vou compare some "A rig.-. Li-..e, ess, teas jeas-; Daw, more, Prouc Sire, "r-u-c on, sir, no-, rig i x Gjip. loss-; snow, snore, snor gtt, gore, ?oa -ow, roar, Prouc. Sire. "S ,op, say; lose ac- ,'ec Oup. 'Orin c, cran i, crun t; c n ciani, wini, wani, wunc; l ain f t lan !c. Jun 4 Sire. "You inlerna iv. e oo What in i Clip, "iooc, >es WOOtt west; lac, vruii .er, wust; bLe, >i er, >us sew, sewer, soup; >ew, poor, jup. O-u-c-b! ;eminen, y dac. O iso o'." I ie ou .ragec paron- lac iroien in- ,o tie recitation .3 a joot "aci. T je s-.age coopany nave cu- a cban- ne. across (be river at n ana a co-ieir -.rans errin g1. 1" ie river je-s on_a bencer, i ae ice may je gone je "ore ano .her weet rOu s rounc. It has risen on y a iou Ive iuc les bu tbe rain area, las ieen arge anc ip consec uences may 30 in a like jropor- "ie aa-cery JiSain Street, near tae ctorner o' 2c St, las an ta tan in ,ie wincow, jui t eggs anc exce len- ee 3V Jran t B., wi "qrnisi   Suio .she, "is, ujs Saic a vu e ow ou tie seac seiinc "W iat are yer givin' us, rfoone "VV iat is an exciaije. ]i'oney is tie missing -ins jetween sev- era lunc rec o our subscribers anc. ie ecu .or. liessoil He T Saters. (Jenera. Cames S. 3ris3i'> in i lvu- last nurnjer o" tie Spirit o' "he nviny ancec otes o: tie ate j Senator Waae. Among ie "nost characteristic is owing: 1 bOUTHERN SENATORS THUSJJEr.STUlJCK. a'ter ta-cing lis seat in .'ae senate, witnessea one tiose scenes so common in Me sen a e in tiose cays. ASoutiern tatcr mare an attacv on a Nortnern Sena'.or, anc W ttce was amazec anc c ,ec at N Je cringing, cowarc y way in wiici ie Xortiern man sore tie anc in su .s o' ie bovbeacec Sou lerner. As no a usion was mace '.o limse f or sa- s .r au'., wien ie senate ie saic o jen.y i ever a lern Senator mace suci an a- aci on lini or lis ,e, wii e ae sa- on c ie oor, be wou c sranc him as a iar, "Tais comin 5 -.o -.be ears of -.leSouiiern men, a Sena'.or tooi oc- cassion join .er.y spea t a ew words al-.erwari. o O aio anc ler peop e as negro -.lieves. "ns'Jin-. y Waae sprang .o lis anc pronounced ie Senator a iar. Tae Sou'iern were ciuncer- s ruci, and gatierec arouna 'uieir c'lamjion, wii e" ie Nor lern men groajec about Waco. A er was jut out Vom tie Soutiern oosmg 'or re-.raction; 3ut Mr. Waae retorteu in his pecu'iar stye, cemanc.ec an apo the insu or3rei_ limse f anc. t ie oeon e ie represented 'Jne c oseu. a Ig it was .oo-iec. -s certain. 'Jae next aay a gen- CA .eel u tbe Seaator from U no dnu as iec. usua question touciing jis OF THC CODE am he.ros jonaeu, "in a cou 3 e capacity. represen the State o'Ooio, anc Iresresent Ben As a Senator I am osjoseo to c.ue. ing: as Ben Waae, I recogn ze coce "Ky .Yienc ee.s sa'c gen-, em "a; wna-, you saic in yesteroay, anc wi as s. 'or an apo ogv sa-is "I was somew con- -inuec Sena .or Wace, "bj posi-.iou yes-.ercay, 'as I iave for c lamSer.- _ now ,a_te lis oppor- -.uni-y o." saying wbaT I '.ben anc. you, if you p ease, can re >ea 'Your enc is a oc y, Sena .or Wace, you c o no-, wisi LO co convey uci a message J Lie 7 I to, anc wi ,e. you "or your own benefi ..ia- Vienc o yours wi never notice I wi no, be as tec ei'ier "or ,exp ana-.ion, or -o Nex mornin Wace came in-.o ie Sena-e, anc proceecec hid sea oe.ibera-Qj crew from his coat arge s, anc, un ocsing '.be ac Tie Southern men oo tec on in si ence, w li e .be Nor" i- ern mem icrs -o ie u ten- ie Ire eaters' surprise a; ceec ing o' "be p.uciy Ohio Sena .or. >o 'urtier no ice was .a tea o' -.be air oJ "be cay Wace was no" cba1. engec, jut ever a erwarc wan ,rea ,ec whb ie u-.mos po i'eness anc consic era'.ion 3_y -.be Senator who so in- su 'ing y avftctec nim. Paris Letter to N. r. World. I ie c eac. cou c sieac we siou.c. ifnow w ie-.aer ma .rimony rea y is a i essec or even a in wbic i a man may >e essec. Tie fo owin; is somew la, ce.rimenta '.o -.bis tieorj. A ac y lac. ios aer lusbanc, >u lac e'. ozT mourning anc wen-, .o par-.ies. Bein as tec jy one o -'lose gent emen w 10 soirees as mec iums, who s ie wou c i f e '.o see in ana laving rep iec "ily poor ie e >ar-- ec succen.y rose ou o tie cen-.re ie car je-., as were, anc stooC 'ore le wioe com jany: "Oi James! te me are you bap "Very." "Are you lajpier t lan wben on eart "Hue i ia j jier Jben, Jatnes, you must >e n __eav- "No; t'm in le 'J lis is, am awaje, a c i 'region, out it i us traces Sigrui ativeiy tie jetwetn mairien men's state oiminc aiu-( ti.-y lave given uj tieir morta'. esd .ma tnat wiici revail 30 ore A Sigbii riax a Woman N. Y. Lettoi. v o" _5w, Tiira strtiet, uu in Je evue oa i o" o" i  mace. 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