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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 November 1882

frjMv^wj., ,-iVt(s,? •IfSt: TIE NEWS. & ANOTHER S ENSATION REPORTED ..' FROM ST. LOUIS. Two Prominent Lawyers Indulge in a '•'Scrapping*' Matell—Gen Croolv Talks Business to the N Apaches, Etc. ,v Must Shift JFor Themselves. 4 TUCSON, A. T., Nov, 8.—The Star's special from Saa Carlos, of the 2nd, says: Gen. Crook held a filial conference with the Apaches this morning. Every male Indian on the reservation capable of bearing arms and not excused on account of sickness was present. The.y were told the time had now come for them to make an effort to earn their own living and govern themselves. Af ter bti i0 .unong them nearly two months, studying their wants Gen. Crook was sorry I© find how little progress, if any, they had made 1 varus civilization and self-support. While the majority are not so w.ell off to-day as they were eight years ago, when he left them, they were fortunate, at least, in having a good agent. But he might leave at any time, and one coine instead as bad as some...

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. — 10 November 1882

.--^JawivS •J" -. ft,!"1 S£ r| ,1 'tv/i ""W.* •01 «i?fewarth8tHmnt TIMR CARD. UM -departureof Arrival and trains over the North Pacific. TBAIHS ABRIV*. No. 3 (paasengsi). from tfteeaat. "li!Sa.'m TRAINS LBAV*. No. 3. going west ''"1SS P'S Na 14 jSht)? gotageMty"'•• ••—ste*- Passenger trains daUyexo^S^day. Freight trains liable,to toe cancelled a^aUtlmes. ga Genii Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. ifanl. Herman HA(TPT, '•,*—• General Manager. St. PauL\ THE BANNER CITY Victory. It is complete. The Citizens' ticket did it. Beantif ul weather still continues. The reading room dinner was immense. The rejoicing continued all day yesterday. Griffin says he will be a "Methodist till he dies".""' Elections show the weaknesses of some men. Vennor's predictions of snow have not come true. Satterland and Veeder cannot be canght by fraudulentcirculars. Bismarck polled over one hundred more votes than Grand Forks. According to the vote of Bismarck, the city has a popnlation of 3,335. The eagle bird...

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 November 1882

p"-fa*'V» j-S -«. T^i 2^ VOL. X. KBW«ioaiim Holrfn PMUI itotk, pnfnrid, t2#. Txi Grand Forks Herald UJI Judge Cutis Will en* the News, of that city, for damages. Siotrx City Joaraal: Bismarck, Dak, haa toted to rcXarm and there the democrats are hot happy. _______ 1 Sr. PAUL is soon to have a saw national bank wnii $50,000 capital, ander tha presi danoy of Walter Mann. -. AMONG the slain ia Congressman Borrows, of Miehigan, who ia credited with preventing tha division of Dakota laat winter. GaosanH. WILU, of Qrand Forks, de alinea to bs president of tha territorial ooun eil, and recommends J. O. B. Boobey, Breokingt, for chc plaee. Evas since the death of Preeident Garfield ex-Sargeon General Barnes and Dr. Wood Ward, both of whom were in attendance on tiie president in his last illness, have been itowily ^lining in hd&lth. Tho friends of Woodward have lost all hope of and Barnes also is very low. Pfl^-T- the of TBX Georgia legislature haa elected Pope Barrow to fill Hill's unex...

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 November 1882

mi K.-Wf, "v" ,/ V* 'J V»' -L rs BISMARCK'S BRIGHT 1UTU** Hon. Fred. Billingg, the largest in dividual stockholder in the North Pacifl^ company writes a iriend: "I hare been bat on the tine of the North Pacific •r three weeks, and have just returned think there is no better portion of our country for settlement and business pros pects than that region. weather holds good the road will reach,: Bozemln in Jiauaqr *nd will certamly run cars^tfiroujghib^hi^IttSlfifiiftw'ffiK next year. Fargo and Moorhead, it seemed to rn*, had been booined quite enough for the present, but nearly every town wsst of Fargo will do to settle 1u The road from'Sanborn north will help that place. Jamestown Will 'iertainjy a large placf As toBUnUick can't see why that ia net to be a very largeand im portentpoint, Mandan to tlw :cOBtr«y notwithstanding. There wfll be a linueof road northvof the Minouri before long, and it will start from BUpuirck. I know towns on the wept back of important risers are generally ...

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 November 1882

"'It! "&> i-Hb- j¥ f'- jg TBEKEWS YIKD. 'V* Js i1**? JOTT bUTLE&$ "BLECTtON 18 GARDED IN MASSACHUSETTS BE teionarkable Villainy in Indiana— Brave Bea^s Death Day—The Government Land Officers at Mitchell—Other News. The Rrilway Bate War. dif- Sx. PAUL, NOT 11.—The agents of the lerent line* leading into Chicago are usy to-day in taking hold of the ohange )Msenger rates, and preparing advertise hests and circulars extolling the virtues of lieir roads. Preparations for the breaking the pool was made Ootober 6, was poshed upon the Omaha «nd very of Milwaukee line by the Albert Lea it that time the Albert Lea did not affect the Freight rates, which according to the pool lant until November 90. At that time the Freight rate will be ohanged,and either lower- On account of'th® Albert Lee, or raised wrjount of the river closing. The rate .cketa on the Milwaukee line and the Oma ia line to Chicago, to-day was $5 the lim­ ited ticket rate of $12.50 being sold in St. °aul with a reba...

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 November 1882

iiESIS^#-, •ft iiliilll a Ifi&e$i0tttarclt SrUrotte. f' BY LOUN8BERRY A JKWILL. rmt DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, /&*' & J"-? i, exPtP* ThetDAiLY TRIBUNEcirculates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a dally mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY J.\KIBUNE Las a large and rap- reach the farmers and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. THK indications point to fearful frauds in the lumber .region of Minnesota in the interest of Kindred,and the clear majority for Nelson in the 5th district seems al­ most certain to be overcome. THERE is abundant room fotf doubt as to the election of Capt. Maratta to the council. The indications are that he is beaten by a small majority, but he has made a splendid run all the same. FROM the present outlook GroverCleve land will be the next democratic candi date for president in 1884. Uncle Billy Sherman will be the republican candi­ ...

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 November 1882

•K isilt mm ii ''Su ifii THE HEWS. *r The Casaelton Branch. ST. PAUL, NOV. 14.—The particulars of the sale of the Casselton branch by the North Pacific to the Manitoba company have been received and are as follows: Messrs. Hill, Manvel and Alexander of the St. P., M. & M., and Messrs. Clough and Lam born of the North Pacific, lett St. Paul last Sunday, morning at 4 o'clock in special car for Winnipeg. On Monday at Winiipptr, a regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Manitoba Southwestern railroad company, whjeh was to connect with the Casselton branch and give» ii access to Winnipeg, was held, there being six of the nine members pre­ sent. Siuce the last election three of the directors have removed from the terri­ tory, and it was thought desirable to fill the vacancies. The following gentlemen were elected to the unexpired term: J. J. Hill, Allen Manvell and C. C. Smith, all of St. Paul, and officials of the St. Paul, Minneapolis fc Manitoba. The board as now c...

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 November 1882

.1 fS*- ©'?R ,'" Steki IP flit TIDR1EBIN6 BMK THAT'S WHAT BURLEIGH WILL HAVE NEXT SPRING. Late Transactions in Burleigh Connty Lands—Tan Etten Sells For $26, 000—Other Sales in Connty And City. A ©loriows Prospect. The prospects now are that the biggest boom ever known in North Dakota, the home of big booms and prosperity, will be witnessed right here in Burleigh county. Every day eastern parties are coming into Bismarck and "catching on' to Burleigh county farms, tanging in dimensions from a quarter section to a section of 640 acres, while in some in­ stances two sections or more are taken. The most encouraging feature ot the boom is that these men are not mere speculators, but men of good solid sense, and experi­ enced farmers,who propose to bring their families and locate to stay, and become permanent citizens and boomers of Bur­ leigh eounty. They are men whose ex­ perience in the educated methods of east­ ern farming will be applied to the culti­ vation of Burleigh county soil,...

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 November 1882

[it iMMi *&< ^v I# WIRED TO BISMARCK FROM THE OUTSIDE WORLD. Ingersoll on the Elections—St. John Defeated' in! KausM^Gien. Sher­ man Makes a Suggestion to Bob Lincolu. Geiii JSlierai ..H'M Idea. WASHINGTON, NOV. 10.—Gen. Sherman has submitted to the secretary of war a special report upon the subject of military posts and forts, in which he says: "The time is now ripe for a radical change in the whole system of piecemeal work in quartering the troops of the United States, For a hundred years we have been sweeping across the continent with skirmish lines, building a post here and another there, to be abandoned next year for another line, and so on and now we are across and have railroads everywht. so that the whole problem is changed, and I advise the honorable secretary of war to go to con­ gress with a plan that will approximate per­ manency, instead of, as heretofore, meeting specific temporary wants by a special appro­ priation, often in the interests of parties for the enl...

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 November 1882

F-^'i -& TIME CARD. Arrival Mid departure of wains omtbeJfcrtli Pacific. lltM* lBAlin AM"* No. S (MSSCagCl). tW® "*""l!!8«*2 .TBAIKS MAVX. No. tfgotagifWt.'.. VA TiZSnXaamt..... NO. 41 Nri^^S£MyjM Howard Eaton, of Bad Land fame, has gone east to visit friends. Dugald Campbell returned Tuesday morning from Miles City. Flannfcry A Wetherby sold M,5100 worth of lets Wednesday morning before breakfast. Walter Sterland's family haye gone to Wahoo, Nebraska, to visit relatives. E. H. Bly has purchased of Alex McKen aie apart interest in the Van Etten 160. At Miles Oity they call these little white flkkw that come down in the winter months, rain. We haven't had our Indian summer yet, and if Yennor has his way we won't get it, either. Capt. D. W. Maratta still believes ho is eleoted. The returns hardly justify the eon elusion. The steamer Butte arrived from Buford last Friday evening.. She will lay uj. for the winter. The material for building sidewalks has arrived, and the workwill,be ...

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 November 1882

-K ^.sr V? ?v J* "u *KW» VOnillllT*. FABOO people are much dissatisfied with the management of the street railway. '. THE Miles City Journal says all parties who Toted illegally at the late election are to be prosecuted. Good enough. PBOF. iLiani DBAPEB, the distinguished scientist and professor cf analytical chemis­ try in the New York university, is dead. CiiAKJixso^ W. TKBWiiiLAQiE, of Hillsdale, Mich., captain of the famous boat crew of that place, is coming to Dakota to live. THE TBIBUNE'S rural contemporaries, in view of the longer evenings which are near at hand, have begun the usual literary society boom. MINNEAPOLIS Tribune: The fact should not be lost Bight of that for all the cutting and slashing of the. railroad magnates the blood must eventually come from the peo­ ple. THE Grand'Forks Piaindaaler notices that the Nelson papers in the Fifth Minnesota district are not satisfied with Kindred's ac­ knowledgement of his defeat, but keep right on abusing Kindred just as thoug...

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 November 1882

sfeSS !H $*•* /.v. •'/s ~«. WSHsW^-**** ^-1** 4 ^KmaSSsM^^m & s§ |8be ^idtttarcH ®ribune. TH* Griggs county vote appears tohave been eight hundred and eighty-one, of which watt a. is nid to hMM#Miwd ft -. TnSt. Paul Globe and other Kindred organs give up that Nelson is elected by over four thousand majority,. and thus ends one of the most exciting contests ever had in a northern state. '*X UNOLB BILLY SHBBMAH and John A Logan, woifldmake astrong t|^n as the republican candidates for president and vice-president in 1884. They would carry every state in the "Union, even Georgia. C. N. INGALLS has been appointed su­ perintendent of buildings for :the Nation­ al Park association. His son Frank In­ galls has been appointed superintendent of buildings For the Dakota division of the North Pacific. E. T. WIHBTON arrived from Port Stevenson yesterday, and says no vote was polled in Stevjens county, as the county was unorganized and no precincts had been, established. This disposes:of the...

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 November 1882

3. 1 4 W P10TI suiii V* V"' Gov. TabOr, of Colorado, sod a1 compa my ofcapilalists an negotiating for, some mining property in Maiden., Mi*. Langtry don'i want togoto Chi cago. She says she knowa she can't sleep where .wolves howl arotuld the inn all 4 A couple from tbecountry of Milesian extraction dined table' d'hotethe other day^d'opposite was ayoung man who look a stalk of celery^fromthe dish and commenced eating it The old lady looked at him a. moment with an air of disgust, and then, nudging her husband, raid in a stage whisper: "D'ye moind titer blackguard atin' the bokay?" A good story is told of Ben Butler's sar­ castic retort upon a Massachusetts judge, whom he was teasing ft a ruling favor­ able to a cause he was defending in eourt. .The judge got out of patience at last, and Somewhat 'testily exclaimed: "Mr. But­ ler, what do you think 1 sit here fort" Ben quietly shrugged his shoulders, and icKiied: "The couit has got me now." Sitting Bull is a lover of dime novels and ...

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 November 1882

'WSl'j if 4 PilK ti •Nf Bhould *e I# H&- nf'" eft tribune. XHSJDAIL'S TBIlftj.NX. nsdn^ week, week ....... un 8.00 6.00 t, ... 19M Sllr oatPhmf% MmW&" .¥ftm OTinH.Y TRIBPyB *.. omki» Mures. containing a summary ef the aewetfffie both foreign and local, pub- mS& ^KWay, sent, postage paid. 0 any ^address for *2.00. TO ADVERTISERS The Daily TniBUita circulates In OTerytown within one hundred joiiles ef Bismarck reached IS •, by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ er ing med&minlhispiurt of the Northwest. A- The WukIiT XKIBUNB has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun trwtatti is a desirable sheet through TUB CHHEBT which to reach the farmers and. residen of the smju towns remote from railroad lines. ^IS»TIOW^| The question Is oae that ought to re ixeive attention.- It is a shame that it longer neglected. The catho- lie congregation "wisely purchased ground for this purpose when it could be had for $10 an acre. They bought 46^ acres....

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 November 1882

RP^JSSf *2fP vfire !J 5'^.W *^2^ Bxrmimon -a building full |||pgp#'0F TOOPStf&£$**# r-:7t ^ATtmffenM-ltfahy^bt Them Jump ~\l$£ From the Windowsltmd krjd Tor ?^*,ribly Crippled-HHh^News 9r cps" %r ,.- *. JS, K? SA Bl«r jBlwe la JPrevMeiieW. 'Fionpnoi, NOT. 21.—A fire poourred this morning in the Cjdender building, a brick structure sit anted betweeaSabin and Gove streets, which resulted in a serious loss of life. The building was fonr stories high and was occupied mostly by jewelry shops. The originated in the work shop of Oharles Melvin,' a dyer, in the middle of the building on the third floor, and was caused by the -ignition of a ten-gallon can of naptha. The room (u. 2lled withli»bt inflammable cloths, and the woodwork was as dry as tinder. The room was next the stairway, and before a word of warning could be given escape by -the scitii-way was cut off by the flames. On the fourth floor is the workshop of Wm. Hi Robinson &, Co., gold chain -makers. The -firm employed fort...

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 November 1882

L*' r- life 5~ wb Mppgrng^'n,*- *^Sja Wpi S^^VJTjO'V .--S %:P wT r"^r^vc** .* !B'iMriBiowAr»Ms SBSB/OS•• OFto6mSB3$Kr :.: S? Herbert Boot Hakes a Sensation at City—Railway Fare Firom St. Paul to Chicago j$£&^.:£:- ~v &§£*-. -i®i w-. ,-*- ExeitW4**lr tiWdley j&fflri Nor. J3s4 [SpedaL]—A eele b^tionvras"held here to-night by a few man -fi^'iiy HerWklRoo^ president of the Farm /•«b' 4M«chanios' Kntional bank, over the 14lefeat olflHndred in the Fifth Minnesota district. Later in the evening several oiti assembled in front, of Mr. Boot's bank and expressed theirdisapprovalof his aotion. Angered at the reboke, Mr. Boot appeared at'the door of his bank* and drawing his ro- volver deliberately fired into the orowd. No one, howerer, was injured. A warrant yas 4^ sworn out lor the arrest of Boot, charging him with assault with intent to kill. Mr. Boot secreted himself in his bank wait and eluded arrest for about two hours, but was finally arrested, and released on $5,000 ball. «"...

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 November 1882

mm- 1 2 thewoud: WROBPM&t OF A FIGHT BETWEEN SULLIVAN AND-ALLEN.. Mi Sire Baging'' in Boston—Fatal CoDMon on East- Kiver—News V$%?. .Telegrams From Beyond the 5V, '.. Seae, Ete., Etc, An Anijr of Buuneri, WASHMOTOM, NoV/17.—The following im­ portant telegram from Peter Ronan, agent of the" Flathead Indian agency, Montana, was reoeived at the Indian offloe this morn ing. An immense orew of railroad constructors now at Work on the west reservation in eharge of J. L. Hallett, consisting of 7,400 men, with camp foUoweri, gamblers, ex oonvicts, lewd women, etc., are rapii-ly ad­ vancing to the borders of the reservation, ac­ companied by portable saloons, gambling hooses, et. Merchants and traders of all descriptions also advance with the construc­ tion pariy, and when the border of the reser­ vation is reached the question w^ll rise whether this trade can be continued in an Indian country. I will require from your •ffice some instructions as to any modifica­ tions, should the trader...

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 November 1882

O 1 it t«r ^gtemarckSribunc. Arrival and departure ol trains f?- 0T®|^®Jpgg Pacific. tkaiKS ABBIVKi No, 3 (passengei) •Irom the east......"?|00p.nn un (nmiwiiirer from the west ,...8.16 a. in No' 17 (Accommodation) Irom the east 8:00 a. IBXIKS ijeavb. No. 3, going west 1 ''i a* Passenger trains dally except Sunday. Freight \iJ t, Slalns liable to bp cancelled ataU^timea.^^^^ p.m a.m a.m p. JH Gen'lPassetiger and Ticket Agent, bt. l?aul. HERMAN IlADn,, |t (jeatnlMiiiiater. St. PauL. THElBANNER CITY Good skating at Valley City. Wheat is selling for 81 cents at Fargo. John Sheldon was married last evening. Gapt. Braithwaite left for St. Paul Thurs­ day. Potatoes are now retailing at seventy-five cents: Supt. Odell came in last,.Tuesday with the A new belfry graces the sisters' school building. Plenty of snow in Minnesota. None in North Dakota. Cold and crisp, yet who could ask for bet­ ter winter weather. The Notemeyer farm has been sdld to Capt. J. A. Brown for $2,500,. W. S. Bennett ...

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. — 24 November 1882

fiMUitmMribtm time card. Arrival and is 1 departure of trains oyer the Nam Pacttlc. V^' MAINS ABBIVE. No. 3 (passengei) Jroin the east.....'...••'•00 P® va /niuMiii'fir from tli© W6St#«•• &• ID No' 17 (Accommodation) from the east 8:00a. fpAlNS LEAVE. No. 3, going west .""".'siuo a. No. 4, going east. to*oo &. No. 14 ifreight), going east..... £.00 a. No. 16 (freight), going No. 18 (Accommodation), going east.....# P-» f- ?/"«,A'i- i(s Passenaer trains dally except Sunday. Freight !-i" ^suXK canceW ,$ Genl^as?eiiger«nd Ticket Agent, St. Paul. HERHANHA0M Uenerai •Aiina^er. St. PauL TliBlJANNElt CITY Good skating at Valley City, Wheat is selling for 81 cents at Fargo. John Sheldon was married last evening. Capt. Braithwaite left for St. Paol Thurs­ day. Potatoes are now retailing at seventy-five Supt. Odell came in last ..Tuesday with the special. A new belfry graces the sisters' school building. Plenty of snow in Minnesota. None North Dakota. Cold and crisp, yet who could ask...

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. — 1 December 1882

VOL.x. ••r MEW* COMHBHTI. SohVb MXDILL, editor of the Chioago Trib UMi it named ss a candidate for David Davis Mat in the senate. A aLOT ha* been formed in San Francisco whose avowed object is to nomiuate Robert T. Lincoln for the preeideney in 1884. THX star route trials open Monday next, the day congress convenes. It is said tbat important new testimony has been found. GOT. OEDWAT has gone to Washington, where he will remain until the holidays, when he will probably go with bis family to New Hampshire for a New Year's visit. BOB INOKBSOLL'S latest opponent is Frank James. James declares with pious fervor that "God does live, and be will sometime strike Ingersoll to the groond for his blas­ phemy." AH indictment against Frank James has been found at Decatur, Ala., and when the llissonrians have done petting him be will be taken there for trial on a charge of rob­ bery. MmnAPOug Journal: The logic of the railroad situation is that the aid companies will have to reoognize the new Alb...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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