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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 January 1883

THE BANNER CITY *Js 2*2p^ij Judge Van Bitten has left St. Paul for the south. Alex MoEenzie and Jl. B. Mellon returned from St. Paul Bunday evening. Bentley, Marsh & Go. advertise a rare bar gain in a piece of business property. It is said that Stevens county contains as large a percentage of excellent!arming land as Burleigh. Friends of the TBIBUNB who happen to be in Chicago, should remember that the daily is kept on file at the Grand Paoifio. The wedding of of Lieut. W. J. Nichols!)^ Seventh cavaLiy, to Miss Fenlon, of Leaven­ worth, Eas., is fixed for Shrove Tuesday. Jamestown inerohants have agreed to close their places of business at 7:30 each evening except {Saturday night, when they are kept open later. Mrs. Dr. H. E. Porter and Mrs. George H. Fairchild left Monday morning for their former home, Oberlin,Obio. They will be absent several weeks. Harry Bobinson, who enjoys the enviable reputation of starting the first paper in Man dan, has ordered his. printing material shi...

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. — 19 January 1883

^r* ?tr -•llll .^-w., IQITH DAKOTA. The/following facts oC general interest in rtolatioit tor North Dakota were gath­ ered through an -with Colonel 0. Ji:Lonnsberry,interview editor ot the Bismarck TBISDHB, and published in the^Washing* ton-Post oi the 9th inst: f§N» The territory of Dakota has an area ot mt of 158,000 square miles. That portion ly ing north of the 46th parallel, tor which a &:/' separate territorial government is asked, fef? has an area of 75,000 square miles, while Ohio bar but 39,000,Pennsylvania but 46, 11! 000, N« Y^k hut 47,000 and all of New Kngland.but 68.00ft. 6f« The population of the proposed new -v territory is 110,436, distributed as'follows: ssTg' BarnfSconnty.7,000 Burleigh,5,000 Cass, p'.„ 18,666 Dickey, 2,000 Griggs, 5,000 Grand -Porks, 15,000 Kidder, 725 La Moure, 500 Morton, 2,500 Pembina, ,.. 9,000 Ransom, 4,500 Richland 8,000 Stutsman,4.945 Traill,12,000 Walsh, 12, ,-• 000 unorganized counties, 3,600. By the census of 18&0 it was shown t...

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. — 19 January 1883

a.-i cr alagfta toto65 »»f iW tt-j •I'y'i s? i: $ :ii kAPP6i$?£l) YESTERDAY AT THE ^TERRITORIAL CAPITAL Complete List—Inferesting'. Home and Foreign Intelligence—Latest East ern Grain Quotations and Other Advices. The Coaalttccs. YAOTCTON, D. T., Jan. 13.—No business of importance was transacted bjr the legislature yesterdayi except the appointment of stand ing oommittees. The following are the stand­ ing committees appointed by President Scobey, of the oonncil: Jadiciary—Roberts, W&habangh and Jer­ auld. Education—Bordickj Walsh and Ziebach. Elections—Jeraald, Dewey and Burdick Appropriations—Ziebach, Bardick and Walsh. Bailroads—Ntckeus, Washabaugh and Mc­ intosh. Territorial affairs—Jackson, Nickens and Mcintosh. Counties—Walsh) Mcintosh and Ziebach. Public printing—Washabaugh, Ziebach and Jackson. Poblic buildings Donaldson, Jackson and Roberts. Mines and minerals—Washabangh, Don­ aldson and Niokeus. Charitable and penal institutions—Dewey, Jackson and Washabaugh Agriculture...

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. — 19 January 1883

MB&M& MS V!*# R&.J v_: :1S I.' 5-sif" wv?^, AMSW of thechambef ot commerce vinet at the office of McKenzie, Willcox Co., last evening and discussed, in­ formally, the importance of doing some ftbing in the way of advertising Bismarck land Burleigh county in the east, and also the necessity of doing it atonce. ^g-Valuable time is certainly being 'lost. |'^|Now is the lime to act. If printecl infor JfSmation ia tobe sent ^'v- east, it should reach Ifjf^iits readers before they- have fully decided fS'^^on a programme for the coming season. the chamber of commerce propo to ^%^?get out a special edition of the TRIBUNE ff^or the Herald, or issue pamphlets, it f^j^should do so at once. Burleigh county ^'has the soil, and Bismarck has ad van-* rvtages sufficient to induce thousands to locate in the vicinity during next season, 'All that is needed is to tell the people what a glorious country we nave what f' abundant crops, we have raised, and what jr. magnificent prospects we ha...

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. — 26 January 1883

& in ti-i- i- rrTfitffff^r ll x. E" hbww co »Em isg«f .NoBth Pacific slock i'l preferred 3 84$6 6t Paul, Miunea|o'i= & Mamtobu 14& YPxtab, of Grand r\ji-as, is williiig to ?on- $j*| oal*» everything bat the oapitoL He wants that at Grand Fork*. mm* 'IS^jThebb is much indignation expressed by Washburn's friends at liis attempts to abol-5 1 ish the pre-emptioj net. *r~!.C .?tl .1 .' ,.•••. MMMpMB 'j ""I Fjqibt. of Michigan, stands in about the g$b tanio position as Windom, of Minnesota. sW Xhcy each lack a few votes. I^^sThk latch string being in out of the cold £?J|r the Philadelphia Times thinks Dakota bed nJl? better 4ult knocking for a while. Although Major Reno has again been told that he caunot re-enter the army, he wUl probably'oontinue to haunt the capital. c^ ^|Thb Globe, published at Dawson, Kidder county, is the latest newspaper venture, aud from its uppearance.it can hardly be called a venture. TheStillwater (Minn.} Sun remirks as Dakota cannot be admitted to t...

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. — 26 January 1883

wmm \"V il|)ffi$marcft®rUJune. ERVRCIB OF MKKBPBESMA TIOW. Much has been said and written ie garding the great Yellowstone Valley. The TRIBUNE holds that tho truth about the CQimtty-tlu-nn fth .ybiC'Ji-tha^torih Pa cifiirpassPSIsliQflrcTeQt to satisfy the sen­ sible readers thdt it is a great and prom ising country.. To .exaggerate, simply .to induce immigration, will work injury te the whole northwest. The road passes through a diversified country, a fact which in itself is sufficient guarantee of the general prosperity of the road, and the people living adjacent thereto. On the line of the North Pacific are lound forests of pine and other timber, millions ol acres of rich fanning lands, mountains of gold and other mineral producing lands, thousands of acres of coal lands, and al­ most boundless rangds for cattle and other stock but to advertise the whole region, which the road passes as a farming country is an injustice 10 the road aud an insult to the unwary settler. During the p...

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. — 26 January 1883

MH\ *r i*- »vffiSt* *T? «—_ jgSteJsSsgs!^ lis ji b"~ W I U.. k?.«r I •*,: heapo.is uuU Ornulia line*®88 peatKrw, g^y •v- In the W&bin|trtii p08t «f thaifithin slant appears the following ijateryiew: "Col. Wm. Thompson* of Bismarck. Da­ kota, oneof the Carly-pioneers of that territory.ashewas also of. Iowa, repre j* tenting the latter state itt. congresa many 1 years ago, hasbeeri iuthe city, for several weeks, with the hope oCfwmoting a set f..-v tlement of the Dakota question at the ptesent session of congress if possible, -f*. *9£ He isari quVand.oqf 3fori.li Dakota man and in favbr of tertUorial" division.' Be­ ing met by a Post reporter ywteMay he was asked how the people of that portion of the tert lory generally feel: on this sub­ ject." •The North DakrtaianBi' he replied, Thk to A .aul tu^^^rtetoPbtaiaihe ortfanizalTcw-^a.new and separate sepsrateterri igji^ torial govefhnteut comprising Ijiajt por­ tion ot the present lerritory of Dakota.ly Ing north bi tiie^tkh parallel...

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. — 26 January 1883

1 wr9i $ 1 "iSi^ jS. I t-ki lis ^R^lv Ik tlitfWksiiro&Uin Post of the 16th in stant appears tlie following interview "Col. Win. Tbonipsoai of Bismarck. Da­ kota, one of the «arlyr pioneers" of that territory, a« he was also of Iowa, repre '3l«enting tlie latter stale in congress fg J«?!'' '.. *Sf&' K'~. many "/J- years ago, hasJEieen iu the city for several |g':"'- weeks, with tbe hope of promoting a set 'tlement of the" Dakota qnesticin at the Tpr piesem session of congress, if possible. •S7 He is an out-and oat North Dakota- man and infavdr of territorial dlvisi -ni Be ing met by a Post reporter yesterday he iras asked hoW the people of that, portion of tbe teriilorygenerally feel on this suhr ject." 1 •The Norih Daketaiausy'hereplied, the mani fess^ to her re- peau-w*.. _4trt8 toobtaintlie organize! to*- ... .ne wand mpaj$te-tierri- torial guvefonieut comprising ,Mi.ajt por­ tion oi tbe present territory of Dakota.Jy ing north of tbe4titb parallel. Theyrfeem \his indiffer...

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. — 26 January 1883

f?- -Oh*, HP: t-M t- At ii ^temorcit tribune. jy. BY tOUMMMV JIWILL THE DAILY TRIBUNK. Fiiblrabed'every morning, except Monday. *j Bismarck, Dakc ta, is delivered by farrier toall parts of the citi at twenty-live cents per week, or (l per month. SDB8CBIPTI0K KATSS. One month .postage paid.... a' bree mouths .postage paid oi* .Oneyear. THB WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished ereryFridav. «*nt. nnataiw paid, to any address for f2.0o six months, $125. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TKiBUVBcirculates In every town with!" one hundred miles of smarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in ihis part of the Nortiiwest.- Tne WCICKLV I'KIBUYBHIISA larne aud rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try aud'is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residen of the small towns remote from railr ad lines. The general eastern ageut of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Kichard*«n,...

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. — 26 January 1883

HP S 1 mg~ ^8!} '5 c* V# V,v -•4 S.ockles. S W §tkei-ville,Frviato •.• •. -. ..- Kftwtfwiiianw. Bvn way down in Texas, the thermometers HfeMlered 1#® below zeio ast week. sstyf A xsw military tetcgcnpn line is to tot con nructed from Helena to Fort Majqnnis. This 0j Win greatly Ucllitate communication lb eastern ',•?:. Montana. Thb Alice Oalei party were blockaded at ,v Grand Forks un account o( tbe snow ol last •r"^r ween. It's a pretty mean counuy for tu« sty s^ n,, of dress w-ru by Alive. Ir some of Thibuub's exchanges knew how completely ihey *ive themselves away occasional!.,. uiey Wuultl cease luiitK tueir o.u copy papei ior wrappers. Thb North Pacific road 1* a. having built at the Puliman wo. us, eight of the finest dining cars tlui re ever ou wueeitf. liiev wi:l be ready for delivery about, tne middle of April. A 8uobt time uuce. a Chicago man named Weber, chatted one Col. Abner Taylor with seducing his wiie. Jfce court tnouKbt tne seuueuouwas mutual, aud returned a venuct ...

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. — 26 January 1883

fc®«H§P ?f? *gK""' iSlttS vifsvO I'51'" •*&" l§v ft «3^ W' &* lS#s~fB BLIZZ&BD KMe.i -r? GENERAL 8N0W BLOCKADE RE ..,, PORTAD FROM ST. PAUL. Railroad Men Say it's the Worst They've Had to Deal With in 10 Years—Other News of Interest. The Bfcilwajr Blockade. ST. PAUL Jan. 20.—The roads are still un­ der the embargo of the blizzard king. The mow lies now twenty inches deep on a level, and railroad men are unanimous in saying that sueh heavy wheeling has not been expe­ rienced before in ten years. They cannot get an inch of clear track on which fo get a start for headway into a drift. The Manitoba freight trains are generally abandoned. The weather was cloudy during the day on the Manitoba and Northern Pacific, and the wind still blew the snow in drifts so that trains werein danger of being blocked be­ hind. The Northern Pacific train last night started "ont with two cars and a sleeper, with three engines and a snowjplow. The Iowa A Minnesota train, oat at 10 a. m., was hel...

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. — 26 January 1883

MBlt»e4 k- la" fcxyt*e Blttort. Wiere was in the A maideaUHBied Helen Mariab, «^I? Who evei woiifa sail safeiftss DtnmaMiustffniUr' When she thought .there, ip^rtl^jugb her* For whose namewasJosiar, Fixed the rsail with piece ofbarbed war, jf But it wouldn't b»» beat i- To tell you the rest. ... :V we're blushing already like liar. Sai^jfo word mu spoken when they met,t»3* Bv either—sad or gay. And yet one badly smitten was, 'Twas mentioned the next day. They met by chance this autumn eve, Wit neither glance nor bow They often came together »o— Ireilfh 6 it tiain and a cow. —Feck's Sun. The finger of time points ont onr errors* and the hand of fate spanks ns.—Whitehall -Times. "Light kids are fashionable," as the father of two pound twins remarked.—Marathon Independent An engaged girl is happiest when she is telling about it to another girl who is not en­ gaged, and is not likely to be. A first-class bronze statue of an editor oan be had for $5,000, and every city ought to have at l...

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. — 26 January 1883

I®: •'"SaSS Sp K:|'M WW" s:- $1 t£§i -$^~ "tr a-^VS' $ -%i mi%Wub: hhb ^HSnekcity Do not tarry bat pay your taxes at moei.||| ^'^i^P^^kiPeto-Sharplesa Where thetroube is? CTol. Sweet advertisee tbirty-fivs totefc^ jg3Xmm± *L£*m ftlmoet fall. Branch & Qo. have moved^ot oftheTurf ^Exchange. o. S.'Weaver is now stopping at the Mer chants hotel, St. Paul. John Ladowig, the olothier.is very ill with ^''^jlnfliinmdtoryrheaiaatom. ipfr The artesian well.bore is down W8 feet and in the solid bloe clay. V-'' S'1' The cpld-JSt inounut of the day usually about anhourbefore ssnriee. .•?,iM... Camahan and Brown will plat their r»ver K. fciae addition in theepring. .-....,,• %t' J5J Kaokett leaves in a few days for his Mouse river tovn VUlard. "Jerre Duane will lose about $4,003 by the burning ot his aaloon at Fargo. ^,31 Jos. Dietrich is aon&aed tj his roam with fe»''an ugravated case of catarrh. The county com.nis«auers have adjourned to Thursday, Febiuary l^s. Mandan has organized a bo...

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. — 2 February 1883

XV, rli W- 1 'r? KJ 6T BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, Deeds Recorded by the Register Dar lng the Past Three Days.' ICO Fred Str»uss to John Wilde, lots 9,10 blk 37... S Daniel Wi liains io fi- B. M«* lon, to:s 15, 16. 21,22. Block 0 lots 1.2,19. 20 blk 7 lots 23,'524. blk :•). 1'anted Woods John P. It. ag and to It. B. Mellon, lot 3, blk 98 George Jennings to Thorn-.s Jennings. interest in lots 19, '0, SI, 22, blk 33 Wil­t liam*' adn D. W. Manilla and John A. McLeitn to 100 800 125 Wm. Harmon, of Vt of liVi of ?w54 Sec 32. T139. M).-except strip 30 rods wide off en' ire south side ol same conta ning 30 acres 2,333.83 Robert Macnider td Wm. Harmon, and Jlaniel Mai aita, 1 ts 1.2, 3,4.5. 6.7,«, 9,10,1.1,12,13,14,16, blk 59, MuKenzie & Coffin's adn 2,500 Daniel Williams to Win. Harmon, lots 15, 16, blk 11 lots 19,20,23 blk 16 lots 19. 20, blk 14. lots 17,18. blk 5, Fainted Woods.. Daniel William* to K. J. Gift rd. lots 13.14, bid 16 lots 13,24, blK 10 lots 13, 1% blk 11 lo's 11,12. 2 lots ...

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. — 2 February 1883

7C si wx r*K ill ft? J&r |p! ^V. Ill AVL I JlSPi ^,V« %~r- 1 -. 4 ',s'k •A1*^ hi g% v*' Qtte Utetttarcli Srilmite X&*r* A ^5 ?,. v* ,- STOCK IS THK NOETBWESf. ^-s^|. ,1'X't is now conceded that Montana and a portion of Dakota is the greatest stock region in the world. The country is roll­ ing and (lie cattle find excellent shelter from severe storms which sometimes pre vail. The snow fall is light and the snow is dry. No crust forms and cattl£ do not freeze their feet as is the case in Kansas and Nebraska, where sleet storms are frequent. At no time in the winter dues the snow cover entirely the cured grasses of tlie Montona ranges. Cattle have uo trouble to get enough to sustain life ami even get far. Iu Kansas frequently the backs of the cattle are covered with ics to the depth of an inch or two aud the wet ,i snow "balls" on thair feet. A severe cold -r^eij Jr snap comes-and the animals die from ex fi haustion afid frozen teet. Montana and \l Dasota has been tne wiuter ho...

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. — 2 February 1883

J& 5»?S? if®- •U fe A* &? -si & S«5iSi» IPJ JSW®' •jSks h'£*r ''-,_ .v _' •_ i-.'*-* 'SS®£m§©S S3& WASHIIfftTONBATTERS. FRESH FACTS fitOM THE BIG. TOWN ON THE POTOMAC. Logan's Army Bill—Bed Cloud and Teller—Mace and Slade Prevented From Boxing1—Other Im­ portant Affairs. Proceedings of Goncrem. WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.—IA the senate the day wa3 spent in the consideration of the tariff bill. Nothing of special inter­ est characterized the proceedings. In the House Belmont from the foreign affairs committee presealed a minority report against the abrogation of the treaty with Hawaii. He takes the ground that there are grave objections against congressional interference with the treaty making power that gross frauds have been per­ petrated under this treaty and he offers a resolution authorizing the president to investigate. Work was resumed on the tariff bill. LOGAN'S ARMY BILL. WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.—Senator Logan's army bill provides that the number ot en­ listed men in* t...

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. — 2 February 1883

S££ §&-~ If1-"'-5" t(K jttemarcb f?*-Umne. BY LOUNCBMRY 4 JIWILL THE DAILY TRIBUNK. Published every morning, except Monday, tt Visraaiek, Dtkflt, Is delivered by carrier^ to all puts oc the city at twenty-five oents per tor 1 per month. •UBSOBIFnOMRATV. One month .postage paid. rftareemontlis .postage paid 1 week. :......$ i.«o 8.00 ....... 6.00 ... 1040 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight pages, containing a summary of the news ol the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, pontage paid, to any address for f2.0e six months, $125. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TBIBUN*circulates In every town within one hundred miles ol Bismarck reached tar a daily mail, and is by far the- best- advertls in* medium in this part of the Northwest. The WBBKLT TKIHUNB his a tarsce and rap idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to teach the formers and residen.s of the small towns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the...

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. — 2 February 1883

I NBW8€OHM KIKTH. SBOBBTASX CHAMDLEB'S son and Senator Mitchell's son have been appointed commu sionera of Ramsey county, D. T. THE special accountant finds the deficit in the account of M. T. Polk, late state treas­ urer of Tennessee, to be $272,427.25.' DELEOITE PsrrnGKEW wasn't re-elected,bnt just the saine he ia doing some heavy work in (he interest of Dakca down at Washing­ ton. V/. WATEBTOWM, N. Y., has only five feet of snow on a level, and the people there are foil of pity for the unfortunates who are expotted to a Dakota winter. MIOHTGAM as well as Minnesota is still bal­ loting for a senator. Michigan needs old Zach Chandler. He would settle the whole business in twelve hours. PIONEEB PBESS: Bismarck has caught onto the new capital idea, and has a little location of its own. What are the rest of the boom­ ers doing all this time? EX-SECBETABY BBISTOW, who was a prom­ inent candidate for the presidency in 1876, is now a lawyer of New York city, where he has a lucrative prac...

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. — 2 February 1883

I fl^l, Sjfcf" SSfc kf pi' fev.' 4 .r££\B.V-' I & •r- SC Pti V1 %c "'J-i "S- "fv" PB»F, ESTATE TBASBFBBS Deeds Recorded Since Jan. 1,1888. IV jtegiater £. H. Fuller. -s The following is a list of deeds registered in Burleigh county since Jan. 1st. Some of the deeds were executed prior to that date, lmt not submitted for record. As a majority of the sales of real estate in town as well as by the railroad company ate by contract on tima payments, probably the following does not show over onorthird the actual transfers: Washington H. Bingliurst, or Logans port, Ind., to M. H. Weeks, Bismarck, «. Jot blk 43 in NP 2d addition.. ...$ 300 Alexander W. Cameron to John .A. McLean and Adam R. Macnider, ?4 interest iu nwJ4 of sefc lot 2 of the sw&,of Sec 24, 139, 81, 79 and 40-i00acres.. 300 Abner Coburn, Skowhegan, Me., to Richard & Mellon, Pittsburg, Pa., wi4 Sec 27, 140 north ol range 80 w, 320acres. ..................... 3,200 •Herman Whipple, Solon, Me., to Rich­ ard B. Mellon...

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. — 2 February 1883

w#$ K/' *'. (sc. A. wsfcv iwgffi f? *n^§*S£ f^W^-kr^ ||g§| ',,J A BLIZZARD. Thrilling Description of a Stom-ii Minnesota* Detroit Free Press. '$. About 1 o'clock, while we were In a dry goods store, the merchant, who had stepped ont a moment before, said to ns: 1 don't like to drive away my customers, bnt a blizzard is coming from the we9t, and it is coming fast The telegraph announces that it has reachqd Horris. That is forty miles from here, but it is coming at the rate of forty miles per honr, so you have got no time to spare if yon are. going home to-day." He rolled np our purchases as he spoke, and appeared in a hnrry to get rid of ns. When we got outside the store the first thing that at­ tracted my attention was the fact that of all the teams in tlie street when we arrived not one excepting mine remained. Everybody had acudded for home. Even then I did not hnrry. The sun was still shining brightly, with not the faintest suggestion of a storm apparent any­ where. Before we got...

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