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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 April 1883

1 & W !»... &>l If :1PP frV [iril^" 1 *v^ys$ *S |f 0t- !*•$ aysT-VY*"«.-4 3 MUT^K •Y LOUNSBBRRY A JIWB.L THH DAIL1TRIBUNK. a»a3ajffl«s^»^ parts of the citr twenty-fire cents per wee*, or $1 per mo^^AOKIPTION BATSS. 'hiemonth.poetasepaid... ihreemonths.poslage paid tiix i' io.no One year, THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bfhed ererl FWday. "en^twpaid, to any Address for $2.00 sue months, $1.28. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TKIBUNK circulates LA every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached bv a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ingmedium to this part of the Northwest. The WXBKIIY TRIBUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residen-s of Ihe small iawns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TMBUKB is A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Room 65, Tribune Building. New York. .. frhe DAILY TRIBUNE will he found on me at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Chi...

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. — 6 April 1883

mti^ 1 t# -mm JERRY BUSTER. A Story Not Inferior to the Once Famous "Consin Sally Dilliard." "There Warn't no Fite Atween "Em that I Seed." The Continent The following report of a trial in a North Carolina court is condensed from a somewhat lengthy account published in local papers: In the mountain region of the state a man named John Foster was recently tried for as­ sault and battery upon the person of William Truitt. The first witness was a dne-eyel, rough-bearded man. He was lame. He lost his'miasing aye in a fight. This was his first appearance in a court-house, although he looked to be some sixty years of age. There seems to have been an irreverent admixture of. of the sacred aud profane in the make-up of his name, which was Jeremiah Buster. As he stood amid the crowd a close observer might have eoon have discovered that the whole scene was new to him. When the prose­ cuting attorney called him to the witness stand he limped around the railing of the bar and took his seat on t...

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. — 6 April 1883

fb lI§ •11 HEW8 COXMEST 8. WIMRIFEO HU offered HNDIA and BOM W,000 and their expenses if they will race at that oily. TOT Hon. Mark H. Dunnell, of Minnesota, will be poshed by bis friends for the postmas­ ter generalship. IT IB reported Lieut. Creele has sold his inter­ est in the Creele City townsite to Minneapolis parties for tl2.Q00. DKLXOATK RATMOWD,of Dakota, is in Wash­ ington working for the settlement of some im­ portant public business matters. Sr. PiCL looks hopefully to. the future and puts ita figure high. It is countingoii a whole gale trade for this year of f100,000,060. AKOTHKB of Hon. Frederick Billings' munifi­ cent gifts is reported. Sometime ago be pre sented the library of the late George B. Marsh, to the University of Vermont, and he has now. given the same institution 975,000 for a library building. A OOHDUCIOB on a Massachusetts railroad has been tried and found guilty of man­ slaughter for disobeying orders, and causing a collision in which persons were kille...

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. — 6 April 1883

f' W®' "t "^seps^ •*. r? ^3 a 5-^"is''' i^7r a-®Li- 1 sm^ IRTITIH6 DESTBUCf IOR. THAT'S WHAT THE APACHti IN­ DIANS ABE DOING. The Whites Aroused, and Inclined to Inaugurate a War ot Extermina­ tion—Other Happenings of Yesterday. A Laudable E itepptiS8. SAM FBANCISCO, March SI.—A gentleman just arrived from Arizona confirms the report that a secret society exists among the whites in Arizona to exterminate the ma'.e Apaches on the San Carlos reservation, an-1 all found mov­ ing north of hef ontier. The reservation is looked upon as a mere refuge for the Indians, where they may retire whr-n hard pressed for provisions and arms, and get ready for another raid. WLLO AND CUOOK CONDEMN any r.D. ST. LOUIS, March !}•!.—A .correspondent of the Republican wri :g froru f'lobv, Arizona, under date of th« 30th in- referring to the Indian trouble, says Ag^nt Wilcox obstinately denit that any Apaches ,ue oif their res rvafcion, hue no statement of his, official or otherwise, ^hrts weight with th pe...

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. — 6 April 1883

PSi"-' -A 2 •,nt *.*, #S,L 'fit i*. 6 i- 8 r-: WEATHER BULLETIN The following,, .reportedJgpMlallr forge TBIBUNB. shows the condition of the weaxner at the various points mentioned at 9.26 last eve nlng. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion oj Winds. Station*. Bismarck Stevenson. Buford— Keogh Billings.... Deadwood. Helena Benton... Maglnnls.. Moorbead.... St. Paul Veloci- State of the Weather &&. Fresh Ligft Light Fresh Light 28 E 28 SE 30 SW 44 SE 30 NE Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy 35 NE 27 N 36 Light Fresh Calm Clear Clear Clear C. CBAHBB Sergeant Signal Corpsf U. S. A. THE BANNER CITY Dan't forget that entertainment this evening at the reading room, Have yon noticed how nicely Dan Eisenberg has dressed his show windows? Frank Fruby, Ihe new druggist, is receiving daily large quantities of goods. The plasterers have commenced operations in the second story of the Central block. 8. B. Lawrence received jesterday morn...

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. — 20 April 1883

|£i VOL. X. fj »£,I li ^#5- 1 WEATHER BULLBTIN. The following, reported especially for .the TRIRUNB, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9 36 last eve alug. Observations at all stations taken at the *aine mom-nit ol uine: 7'em- Direc­ Veloct- State of Station». pttra- tum Ol til of the ture. IV ind*. Wind. Weather Bismarck ... 4t ~E Brisk Fair Stevenson.. 42 tSE Fresh Cloudy Buford.. 4'J E Hrlsk Cloudy Keo'_'ii 50 SE Brisk Cloudy Billings til Ni IJjhr Cloudy Dead wood:— 49 ralm Cloudy Hnloiu 40 SW Light Clear Benton.. 5 Caini Cloudy Musinni.-t Aoorhead 42 E Fresh Clear 3t- Piul 46 E Light Clear O. CKAM Ell Kvrgeant Signal Corps, U. S. A. SKWJ« COHH»M POBT.IC spirited peopl—bartenders. THE lilies are rady F-' SI'PNG openings. ESGLA-I is "looking OUT for Number One." WASHINGTON* is N.NV a- (tail as tvamfta'A pen­ knife. THE game law due« 11 tp.«tect the dynamito fieiids, A BOSTON giri *arks .IKE A dog and crows like a roost*r. A BOY o£ 15 rnns a p.»yi...

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. — 20 April 1883

V,, I i/\] l:"-: DAKOTA DIVISION. A southern Dakota man, writing from a South 'Dakota stand point, in the Grant County Review, a South Dakota newspaper, opposes vigorously the di vis­ ion of DaKoU and the view he takes will be sus-tained by the masses of the people, too. After presenting ten ?!y the points made for division he a wers them as follows: First. That Dakota is too large for one state can hardly be sustained, as it is not as large as California and very small as compared with Texas The very idea of a sovereign state is that it should be large, populous and powerful, with varied interests and institutions. As it now is it is in nearly a square form, and no part of it would be so very far from its center. From its capital, centrally located, but little, if any, ot it, Would be 200 miles distant, from which communication to every part would soon be easily and directly made,uniting in one great compact community the whole peo­ ple. Second. That the interests of the two parts ...

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. — 20 April 1883

ny1*-, ti (i 3" A&to&tif- THE LIME-KILN CLUB. The Address of Hon. Higginbottom Lawless on "Sentiment." Generous Offer From Toronto Parliamentary taestloi--The Itcgular Programme of Business. The Hon. Lawless appeared with a pair of red mittens in one hand and a lemon in the other, and eueh was his placidity of mind that when lie bit into one of the mittens in place of the lemou lie never even changed color. Ho sized up live feet and six inches, intelligent ex­ pression, ht a.l cast in the shape of a pear, and feet large enough to trample an onion bed out of sight. He mounted the platform like a steer climbing a side-lull, bowed right and left in response to the applause, and quietly began: "My frens, I cannot dispreas the pleasure an' eratiiiciishnn wh eh I fee! to fin' myself standin' heah u.der de aaered shingles of Paradise hall —a stni.'ture whose name am a household word wiiarsber de -English language greets de ear. [Applause.] I would rather stun heah dan to be buried ...

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. — 20 April 1883

$r |S® r£- I??- Bfc*T7-: !®-J & fe* &* I&'Vii BV LfiVNSBERRY JEWiLL, THE PAILl TBIBUMi. fubbshed every morning, except Monday, »t Bismarck, Dakota ,ls delivered by carrier to sul parts of the cit\ twenty-live cents per week. or gi per moniii. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. •iie month .postaii paid.... 1.0# breemouths.postage paid.. 3.?® 414 •. 5.00 One year. MM# THt WEEKLY TBI UUNB. ft ^luln pages, containing a summary of the news ol the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sew. posiwte paid, to auy J-ldrtssfor $2.00: sixraonths, $i 25. TO ADVERTISERS The DailyTbibukbcirculatesIn every tbm within one hundred miles of B-amarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the bant advertis Ini medium in this part of the Nortnwest. The WeeklyTKinuyB has a larce and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun tr and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the fanners and residen of the small M«vn9 remote from railr ad lines. The general easieru agent of the Tb...

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. — 20 April 1883

t- u. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE VERY LATEST HAPPENINGS OF- THE VAT. (ieorfffc Sclieller Acquitted of the Charge of Burning: the Newliall House—Storms, Accidents and Murders, Etc. Mehrllcr A*qoltt«il. MILWAUKEE. April 17 —Geo. Schel'er, sccwed of setting fire b) the Newhall HOIWR on th« morning of Jan nary ldth lust, was to-day quittd by the jury. Five fojiilota were taken and ouly oue of the ..row was for co iviction ail that tiic e. and fi .ally gave in because Judge Mallory ias muted that if there was auy doubt his mi ad he mu^t give the piisoner the bene fit of tbe doubt. The court room ie-ech«*d with cbeiv whrii the verdict wiis suoonnoeii, ad hu'idrcds cnwdcd about «ctxjU«r to grasp hi* baud, lb jury was just two hoars. 1'he trial h»A la-..ed a week land nearly one hundren witnesses bav« been ca lotl. To* isoner was traced to wiifciu half a bloc? of the scene, uuii aimi'ted the and thai ne was in front the iSrwh tli only a minutes previous to the tune the aititrn sounded, /be cause...

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. — 20 April 1883

•4*" *, Iter L&TEST BY TELE8RAPH. HA^BOTEL IN IOWA SWELLS THE LIST OF HORRORS. S-^Fhe Buzz Saw Again Claims a Vic tim—A Grand Forks Newspa per Sued for Criminal Libel, Etc., Etc. Sued for ljibeL GRAND FORKS D. r., April 16.—Milo and grant d, and the defendant released ob their vwn recogn is mee. Scott layc the eanse of action on an article in the News un the cunig mauicipal election and capital re­ moval commission. a BW Again. DETROIT, Mich., April 16.—Jno. Beach was horribly mangled by, a circular saw at the vil lage of Addison, Lenawee county, Saturday .being drawn under tbe saw by a slab that caug him. He had me arm. cut off, was terribl slashed from the waist up, had b»th *w bone sawed in two and throat cut in several places such a.mauner that the tongue hung down on thrt breast through .the apereture under the chin Nearly ail th* clothes were torn from him. lit lived two houre and talker and was conscious to the end. The Weather on Red River. FABOO, April 16.—Upon 8aturday...

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. — 20 April 1883

l'7 tfih growling, try is a try the in •Aifti'A'tM. lliil8!!ll§®l- LET US SMILE JL Good Healthy Smile Legal Tender :$£'.' Any wtere. '0grJ ... Zt is the Medicine That We all Like to Take. Peck's Sun. A paper cjilled The Golden Bole, liu an arti­ cle on smiles which contains the following: "The world is suffering for smiling faces. The age is too intense in the business direction, too flippant in the social lines, too sarcastic in its.politioal tendency, too aimless in its re­ ligious life, too heartless in its literature. The world needs more smiles and fewer frowns, more sunshine and less lightning. It costs nothing to allow a smile to play restfully upon the features whell trading or voting, When talking or reading. It pays infinitely more than it coBts in friendship, in finance, in individual growth. We can win more people by a smile than we can scare by a frown, just as the sunshine grows more trees than the lightning shatters. No paragraph ever contained more truth than the abo...

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. — 20 April 1883

4/^ $ tf*. Sh F't: mi-' 8 [llpl!*.^^ SB ,-,W. THE •BANNER PIT E. H. Bly rushing bin brickyard to comp e tion. He Will males 5=1,000 per day when he gets started. N- x*. Sanday the new time tablegoes into effect, I ami Bismarck will have two trains instead of one daily. From St. Paul to Bozeman in sixty lnurs wilt be the r» gular time ou the North Pacibc after this ween. W. H. Rtimpsonhas rented his store buildiup on IS®*? Fourth street to a St. Paul dry goodB man for *70 per month. The buildings have all been removed from the Dakota block ground. be First Nationa block ground will next becleared. The ciry nebt of Bismarck i* about fi" thouFa dollars instead of fiHy thousand a erroneous!- printed yesterday murning. Cheap Juke is fro!y the poor man's frieny He not oiyy f-e .is goudn cb*ap, bat has made aTrangejients whereby he can feed the poor fre cf charge Pittsburg partes with scvf-ral million wi erect truck at lirsinnrck this wmmer—jo the beginning cf heafy investments by th sain?...

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. — 4 May 1883

VOL,. X. jt WEATHER BULLETIN. -yThe following, reported especially for the TKIBUNK. shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9:2C last eve- ulng. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tem­ Direc­ Veloci­ State of Stationt. pera­ tion OJ ty of the ture. Winds. Wind. Weather Bismarck 41 W Fresh Cloudy Buford 41 S Light Cloudy Billings- 33 Calm Clear Assinnlboine. 35 E Fresh Clear iioorliead.... 41 O Fresh Cloudy it. Paul 40 N Cloudy C.CBAMBR Sergeant Signal Corps, U. 8, A. NEWS COMMENTS. A. "BETHOOVAN laugh" is anew esthetic ism. It is laughed by note. NORTH PACIFIC stock 51 preferred 88X- St Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, $1.30%. THE various "Queens of the May" wore seal­ skin cloaks and cardinal red noses this season. THERE are 20,030 soldiers' widows and or­ phans iu Kansas. Go west, young man, and •tep-father up the country. DINAH LUCAS a colored woman of Virginia, broke her husband's jaw at one blow of her. fist. Another Di...

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. — 4 May 1883

ml I fSf if# m-wrgnM* vvs CLAIM JVMPFBS. 'The Pioneer Press in reviewing the Ward brothers murder speaks as follows of claim-jumping: "It was possible to obtain from persons who arrived at Grand Forks from Devil's Lake yesterday, a reasonably complete and intelligible sto­ ry of the shooting of the. young Wards. The new facts gained are the names of some of the persons in the mob which, like some necktie parties in civilized com­ munities, was apparently made up of lAaJing mtigmo, and the statement—if it is to be regarded as a fact—that the Wards were the first to open fir© when their hut was surrounded and they were ordered to leave. The participants seem to Tnafrp no secret of their action, and the community does not seem to regard it as irregular. There have been no arrests, MIII the verdict of the coroner's jury was that the Wards came to their deaths by gunshot wounds inflicted by persons un­ known. The local public treats the trag­ edy as a lynching, for a crime so horrible th...

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. — 4 May 1883

fi-" ttMy *T 59 l| EX-SENATOR TABOR. The Colorado Man With the Sad­ den Millions. The .Owner »f the Finest Opera Home in the t'Onatry—Hlf Domestic Affairs. Senator Tabor is one of the funniest looking fellows I ever saw, writes a Washington cor­ respondent to the Philadelphia Praaa. He is tall he is etoop-eLonldered be is long of limb and big-jointed, his hands are like the feet of an ostrich, and his feet are like a ferry­ boat his face is dark and snllen his nose is large, his jaw heavy and' sensual, and his month is like a soft clam shell half open. There is no intelligence, no quickness, no sagacity, no compre­ hension in his face, so far as I can judge. He dresses in diamonds-and broadcloth, and is worth, it is said, about •10,000,000. That's about all there is in Tabor worth admiring: He is a free and easy fellow, and no doubt liberal in the spending of his money. He is the bet­ ter citizen a million times over than the mil­ lionaire who hoards and pinches. His money does good...

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. — 4 May 1883

«$.is BY idUNMBRIKY 4 ilwttL* THK DAILY TRIBUNK. E^^W™^2£XjS partsottnedtva twenty-five oents per week, OP 91 per monU., •'•.'• TOBeCMITIOHBATm ri 'hie month .postaiepald. H2 One year, W**1 THK WKBKLY TRTBUNK. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ol the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address tor.fajOO six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILT TKIBUITE circulates la every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached byadaily mall, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium In this part of the Northwest. The WwiKiiY XKIBPN* hus a large-and rap? Idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and Is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and reslden .s of the small uwns remote from rallr.iad lines. Thegeaeral eastern agent oftheTBimrxs Is •. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Boom is, Tribune Building, New York. -The DAILY Tfumm* will be found on file sit the Grand Pacific Hotel. Chicago, and at t...

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. — 4 May 1883

KSW§ COMHCKTM. THE annual failure.of the Delaware peach crop has just been announced. AM exchange suggests that the telephone busi­ ness is conducted on sound principles. DCLUTHIANS are hoarding their lead, nickels. Their street cars will be started soon. r~r NOBTH PACIFIC stock 51 preferred.88#. St Paul, Minneapolis Manitoba, 91.30%. 'f JENNY TBOUT is the richest woman in Toronto. There is a Trout worth fishing for. AFTBB joining the Catholic church ean Sitting Bull properly bereferred to an a Papal Bull? A GEOBQIA town is named. Tight Squeeze. Henry Ward Beecher is honored even in the south. _______ IT is a goose of a husband who will pay $200 for a duck of^a bonnet, as a St. Paul man did the othr day. A BRAKEMAN in Oregon threw up a live lis ssrd while vomiting. Great gunsf That beats Dakota whisky. A MILWAUKEE wife, in deserting her husband, left the following farewell: "You go to the devil. I'm off." JAY QOVLV thinks this year will be more pros­ perous than the last. Jay is goi...

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. — 4 May 1883

*\r h. ip w* If' I'fcs- uf ,| filjegiamartfeSrUrone. -*. tL, CVSBEHT COMMENT, TSBhigbatMloon license in low* is 41.600. THX Ute rains in California have saved the '':rOfOp0« i—— TWELVE rabbis tare been invited to the cat's coronatioa. _____•_ Fanes BrantABCKevidently feus the American hog is loaded. _j____ A OmoiMNATi firm is making a $10,000 bar for a Texas saloon. EHOUSH dudes are coming to America. FI» 'em! The Yankee dude '11 do. A inxoBAFB office has, been opened in Nasa retb, the first in the Holy Land. "I forgot to mention tint there would be a disastrous cyclone in the south-—Wiggins. Oxs of the most expert billiard players in Ban Francisco is a by eleven years of age. Tim Dnlnth Times thinks that Minneapolis has pone to the devil. This is sad! Very, very sad! TH* United States uses 75,000,000 ponnds of tea a year. What tea-totallers we are, to be Tax Cincinnati Journal clsaups Mayor Harri­ son along with the O'Lieary cow—as a iricked kicker. BOBBXANhas a bioycle oiub, but w...

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. — 4 May 1883

il Igglllfl II TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. iS Smiles' to Be' Sandwiched in with the ^..Solemnities of Sunday. t\ "A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. 1" Thin mut burnt, not fit to eat!" Cried IUiuoU' great statesman, Davy. Then Mrs. D. rose from her Boat .h And smote him with dish of gravy. BSFOBB going into the wafer to be baptized, Pexatw hand their revolvers to Christian friends to hold for them. It in rumored that Maude Granger Will soon lie. If she does let as earnestly hope the act will not be set down as an advertising scheme. It announced that a card reception at the white house costs $1,000. We have known a card reception out here to coat more th*n that on a single deal. It is said that Homer had to wait 3,000 years before getting into print. Had be have stolen a horse he would have accomplished his purpose in the next issue after the event. England has 7,500 lawyers. The great tide of British immigration to this country is easily ae tounted for, but...

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