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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 17 October 1879

mSmm NORTHERN PACIFIC THE JtECOBD OF A OBEAT NA­ TIONAL XNTERPB18E. At the meeting of the directors of the Northern Pacific, held in New York, Sep­ tember 24th, the president summitted the following annual report: every THB BB-OBOAKlZAXIOir. '•&* The company is to be congratulated on the success and final consummation of the plan of reorganisation. The suit to foreclose the mortgage was commenced on the 16th day of April, 1875. The railroad, property and fran­ chises of the company, including the fran­ chise to be a corporation, were sold, under the decree of the court, on the 12th of August following, and were bought by a purchasing committee appointed by the bondholders, and who took title for the benefit of all consenting to and complying with the provisions of the "Flan." In the same month of August a call was jpv"»d by the purchasing committee to all the bondholders to surrender their bonds for conversion into preferred stock* Within three years about twenty-five millions o...

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 October 1879

4 I ff' UNDER THE GpfS. Under the gone of the'fort odi the hill Daisies are blossoming, buttercups fill Up the gray ramparts the scaling vine flings High its green ladders and falters and clings Under the gttns, Under the guns, Under the guns, of the fort on the hilL Under the guns of the fort on the-hill, ™w Once, shook the earth with the cannonade's .'thrill, Once trod these buttercups, feet that, now still, Lie all at rest in their trench by the mill Under the guns. Under the guns, Under the guns of the fort on the hill. Under the guns of the fort on the hill, Equal the rain falls on good and on ill, Soft lies tha sunshine, still the brook runs, Still toils the husbandman—under the guns, Under the guns, Under the guns, Under the guns of the fort on the hilL Under the guns of Thy fort on the hill, Lord! in Thy mercy we wait on Thy will Lord, is it war that Thy wisdom best knows, Lord, is it peace that Thy goodness still shows, Under the guns, Under the guns, Under the guns of Thy ...

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 October 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. Reporters in Kv lfade by Tribune Their Konndti About the City. C. A. Krouse has sold his saloon to Pat Leo. Geese are thick on the Stark farm stubble. Commissioners proceedings to late lor this issue will appear next week. Eppinsjer bought a valuable Indian pony of one of the soldiers on the Eclipse Manilan is getting along fast. She petitioning lot, a jail. She ought to liavi it. The N. P. pay car made its appearance yesterday to the intense delight of those Interested. It is reported 111 at Fred Ed car, manager of Harmon's store at Sturgis, iias skipped with $10,00& There lias not freenj so much hay burn ed in this vicinity by prairie tires as was at first supposed. Tiie approach to the river on the easi bailk'has been lowered tlius expediting the JST P. transfer business. The showers this weeb will have a ten dency to bring a f. reen-coat over the deso late, black, charcoaled prairies A fine Indian pony went through by express Monday to the superintendent o" the...

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 October 1879

Siotix falls branch.. &- -fJS: s" -.ait 'Hie £-&Bi'l0P, & S \, ft/'v- 7 VlliO't0f|ms?J ,^vr.-A'nlT NEWS ANR NOTES. jSasselto^iias 4 'new-'siihool hou -e 35x51. Thirty inches of snow in some places in the Hills last week. One .hundred new freight cars are being built for thffrajl &:'• 'i «& •,i•• Track laying has commenced at Beloit on the w: There were thirty-one' convicts in the Deer Lodge penitentiary Oct. 3d. Mrs. Law,tthe well-known N. P. conductor's wife, is quite ill in St. Paul. A new flouring mill is being built at Fargo by -Messrs. White Bros. &AllenV.. The new elevator a't Fargo -is completed. It has a capacity of 140,000 bushels. p. An Elm ltiver warehonse fell under the weight of 17,000 bnshele of wheat'last Tuesday. The Chicago Tribune,having adopted a 'spell­ ing reform rule, spells laughable "lafablc." Ft. Ellis, M. T., is receiving $79,000 worth of improvements. .New officers' quarters, etc. M. C. Russell, late of the Lake City, Minn., Leader,...

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 October 1879

ACCIDENTALLY INNOCENT., A Lawyer's Story '^v No lawyer likes going into court with a -thorougly bad case—yet how can he help it sometimes? I should have more pa ~?3tience with the question, "Do you ever .:r think it right to defend a man whom you ^believe to be guilty?" were it less fre­ quently asked by people who spend six days of the week trying to get the npper hand of their neighbors, and the seventh .to circumvent their Maker. To the.hon est inquirer I commend the answer Dr. Johnson once gave to Boswell: "Sir, the lawyer is not the judge.'1 Was it my place, when George Gi lbert's little sorrow-worn wife, with tears glis­ tening in lier eves, besought me to do what I could for her imprisoned husband, virtuously to turn my back and leave her tired, struggling heart to break or not, as it might? I was neither a priest nor a Levite to find a ready excuse for passing by on the other side! Yet what could I do? George Gilbert had been sent on a collecting tour, and had gambled away m...

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 October 1879

—S--—==== EPISODE OF THE RUSSO-TURKISH ,WAR -V. -ie. In hla wind-shaken tent the soldier sits,, Beside him flares an oil-lamp smoldly, Whose dim light glooms and fuckers on the Of rustling paper that, with, eager eyes And heart? intent he reads. Now with a smile The flaxen-bearded, sunburnt face lights up— A smile that in the smiling breeds a*pain Within his yearning heart the gentle hand That those sweet, loving words hath traced, will he Ever again in his protecting churp Enfold it?' Who can teil! He can but kiss Wilh wild intensity, the page that hand Hath touched. Each line, each word, read and re-read, At last there is no more. With swimming eyes He looks and drinks her name into his soul. Yet see those lines with pencil widely ruled, Where largely sprawl big letters helplessly What do they say, those baby characters, So feebly huge? "Loved papa, When will you come home again? My own dear "papa!" As he reads this the tent to him grows darker, His strong hand trembles, and the h...

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 October 1879

EPISODE OP THE RUSSO-TUBKISH ,WAB 3 In his wind-shaken tent the soldier sits, Beside him flares an oil-lamp smokily, 4^ Whose dim light glooms ana flickers on the sheet Of rustling paper that, with eager eyes And heart? intent he reads. Now witha smile The flaxen-bearded, uLovea sunburnt face lights up— A smile that in the smiling breeds a*pain Within his yearning heart the gentle hand That those sweet, loving words hath traced, •will he i*- Ever again in his protecting clasp papa, A,. Enfold it?" Who can teil! He can but kiss With wild intensity, the page that hand Hath touched. Each line, each word, read and re-read, At last there is no more. With swimming eyes He looks and drinks her name into his soul. Yet see those lines with pencil widely ruled, Where largely sprawl big letters helplessly What do they say, those baby characters, So feebly huge? When will you come home again? My own dear "papa!" As he reads this the tent to him grows darker, His strong hand trembles, and the ho...

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 October 1879

bhQ *H A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher SJJBSCBIPTIQN RATES: WJSEKIIT,' One Yeat, $2 50 Six MoiUlje. I SO Months *2 **».• Three fi'ri" 75 ADVERTISING R.ATESJ Transient.—Display, .Oneinch, one time1 $1 Fubeoqnent insertions, 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.-^Se venty-fi YC cents per folio for !i rst msertidn and fifty cents per (olio for each subsequent insertion. •. Contract-Rates.—One inch, thj»ee months, go: 2'£ inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $16 10 inches, $25 20 inclies, $50. Professional cardsv.ft)tir lincfe or less, per an­ num, $10 additionaHines. $2.50. Local business notlceB, 10.cents per line each insertion. O in a $ 1 in All hills for Advertising will he collected monthly.' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge So. 120, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondaiys of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in1good-landing are cordially in­ vited. JOSEPH HAKiS, W.M. EMER N.'COREY, Sec. I.O...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 October 1879

IB 1 •?.*,:*• COMMON LUMBER, CLE AR LUMBER, FENCING, STOCK BOARDS* SIDING, FLOORING, BATTINS SHINGLE, LATH, PICKETS, DOORS, WINDOWS J, W. RA7M0ND & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS. BISMARCK, D. T. W. A. HOLEMBAEK, Irujp and 1 BISMAECK, D. T. McLEAN & MACNIDBB, Sele Agents for Schiitz's Export Beer and Peasley's Ale and Porter. Iain St., BISMARCK, D. T. MRS. 26 North Third Stce.ejt..8iism?ircH^ G.. T- -u:\lM WS E cs ?r £3 Z3 CD O" CD 0 cn 1 CD 5^ Grocers, MOULDING, ?.. NAIL DULUTH. cr 0 CO 1 c= CO CD 1:1 ft rt MARBLE HEAD LIME. IT MAKES ONE-THIRD MORE PUTTY THA.N ANY OTHER KNOWN LIME. IT HAS NO WASTE. SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY AT OUR WAREHOUSE IN BIS­ MARCK, AND IN CAR LOTS ON TRACK AT CALCINED PLASTER, HAIR and CEMENT. We supply everything' wanted for building- purposes. We buy for cash at the bottom of the market. Our stock is always large and well assorted. We give personal and careful attention to all orders. Furnish plans and estimates. INSURANCE!! LIFE & FIRE! The IiM Life Insuran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 October 1879

-T*«' y^- THEEND. The course of the weariest river Ends in the great «ray sea The acorn, for ever ana ever, Strives upward to the tree. The rainbow, the sky adorning, Shines promise through the storm The elimmer of coming morning Ttowgh midnight gloom will form. By time all knots are riven, Complex although they be, And peace will at last be given, Dear, both to you and me., Then, though the path maybe dreary, Look onward to the goal Though the heart and the hand be weary, Let faith inspire the soul. Seek the right, though the wrong be tempt ing Speak truth at any cost Yain is all weak exempting, When once the gem is lost. Let strong hand and keen eye be ready For plain and ambushed foes Though earnest and fancy steady Bear best unto the close. The heavy clouds may be raining. But with evening comes the light Through the dark and low winds complain! ing, Yet the sunrise gilds the height. And love has his hidden treasure For the patient and the pure And time gives his fullest measure...

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 October 1879

THE MAN-EATER. some years ago I was. riding with a friend through the streets of Lncknow, when, in the middle of the road we came upon a bloody mass, apparently the re­ gains of a woman, but braised and lacer­ ated, and crushed almost out of sem­ blance to humanity. Stopping the buggy, we looked around for some explanation, and then perceived that the streets were utterly deserted of man, woman, child and beast, although a few sewed and cautious faces were to be seen peeping from the doors and win­ dows, or over the parapets of the nouses. '•There must have been an attempt at a riot, and the soldiers have made an ex­ ample or two for the benefit of the re­ mainder," said-my friend, as we drove hurriedly on. A few rods further we camo upon the corpse of a young man similarly disfig­ ured and also lying in the middle of the road. "This is really awful. They must have made the elephants kill him," muttered my fiiend again, stopping the horse and gazing at the frightful spectacle. At th...

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 October 1879

f(r vtw P: 1 *V %ei TL-J_!__-iiiM1«r TLl II I I 1— LOCAL LEVIES. 'Hade by Tribune" Reporters in Tltelv Xtavbds About the "City. *%& !,. MOi The Merchants Hotel is being re-painted: The Deckert-Maiier fttot rice comes otf: MandanSunday. The cupolo of the new church isofa •. very pretty design. K# «Sgv„ One inch board side-Walks are a fail tire. The one TtiCently built on Fourth Street is in afead condition The build ing of-such nbomnible man-traps should be .prohibited. -Rev. *F. K. Burnell, of Chicago, deliver •cd an out door sermon last Sunday on Ray mond's corner. A goodly audience as­ sembled to hear him and were pleased With the discourse. Mr. Chas. Vincent, of the Opera House company, advertises for sale a number of thoroughbred canines. They ai'e really beauties and as he is anxious to sell them a good bargain can be had. The printing outfit for the new Dead wood paper, the daily evening Press, is at the depot, and C. C. Moody, son of Judge Moody, who is in charge of the e...

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. — 31 October 1879

«s '. Wfcftp S^^lhUll^U' ft HtrO yjt? -'^'i' .v-l "•"/wjr *J --I'R.Q. .•/••: ^FN PI *~i u,#i»»i»'» », ,-' i !. .""^H 1 7 |1 VOL. VII. NE WS AND NOTES. Fort Benton-aat« a good li^e bma^r. Election inDakotji 6n the 4th of Noyem c-.:^ bcr. Work has commcnceA on the netf oourt house at Deadwood.1 f' Rich strikes nave peon discovered in the Big llorn conntrjr. Delegate Bennett's /araily will spend the .win­ ter in Washington. Mrs Jas. A. Baker, of Benton, has gone to St. Lonie to spend the winter. The New Northwest intimates that it has writ­ ten some of Hayes1speeches. Col. Thos. Hornbrook, of Wheeling, W. ya., he an re or is ad The Fargo land office does one-tenth of the laud business in the United States. Ministers to England and Russia will probab­ ly be dccided upon at (he next cabinet meeting. Tbc Palmer House, Chicago, boards all Dead wood people at two-thirds rates, and will for six months. Grand Forks is now happy. The first train of cars arrived there Oct. 2*2d. The town is gro...

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 October 1879

ft* T* IP ,- lOTce MICHIGAN TRIE TWENTIETH REUNION. Fourteen Tears After the War—Sentiments of the Veterans, p. The Twentieth Michigan inf&fry, OQm manded at«the close of tie wa*fy€ol. C. A. Lounsberry, held it^iburw^th^aiiv nual reunion at Marshall, Michigan, on the 8th inst. Seventy-five of less than 500 survivors answered the roll call. -Thimrar tttrflRt^tehigaa-T^ixneiiT to hold a reunion and the only one which has met regularly every year since the war. The regiment was in over thirty battles, and in the last campaign lost nineteen, .officereandueported 580 casual­ ties, while its aggregate for duty at no time exceeded 425 Only :one who went out as a commissioned officer returned with the regiment, and its commanding officer at the cose of the war entered the regiment as a private soldier. It served in the army of the Potomac, beginning with Antietam served in East Tennes­ see, taking an active part in the repulse of Longstreet at the siege of Knoxville was at Vicksburg whe...

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 October 1879

HI THE LOOM OK LIFE. Of the loom of ii'e, and War and far It thrills withlts de«*p and nioilhMfcBoiuii As timeless the wheels go alwaysfround. fS II Busily, ceaselessly gotethfr'lttotn, Intae light of day and the midnight'* gloom. And the wheels are turning early and late. And the woof is woi^utlfltrilie V&fjf of£fate/* Click, clack!—there's' a thread Wlore-woven in: eterofty Time, with a face llke-myatttry _r And hands as busy as ltkmLTpan' W O Gj, Sits at the loonii wlthi»rtn8 oati«priBad To catch in its meshes each glancing thread. When Bhall thl| Wonderful web be done In a thousand years, petliaps, or one, Orlo-£iojjow. Who knttwetttV j^otjhou or"!* But the wheetelurn on and'the shuttles fly. Ah, say-eyed westers, the years are slow, But each one is nearer the end, I know And some day the last thread shall be woven in— God grant it be love instead of sin. ffi Are we spinners of good in this life-wel—say Do we furnish the weaver a thread each day? It were better, then, O, my:...

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 October 1879

H•*•*»» ,13* r-iabe'nifi'J wf-iUO. ii w7n~ri ')C '.B.WsCBilPTION i* r'«,jic«:f p.fl kANOxic. *n ivikvm ,sbiiin£,iit C.A AITOUNS f'.tT iM__' fi J*a5r .i- aaU' RT, Publisher. i^iLTES: W*WH.r,,Oji£» ycar, T. :.-.) $2 SO. DUbscqnent nbflpareilrat aawe inter BATES:: t"*3,. if crbe tlirie' $1 ^(Utlqnallines iiiegid Notices.-—Heventy-flvecents per folio foij fine Insertion, and fifty fentr perfoifo for each subsequent insertion. •ContracfcRates.—One inch, -three-months, $5: 2V» inches, three months,410: 5 inches', 10 inchest $5j0 ^:(iifches^£5O.lfu fi!P' ..Jifji-U,' .Professional,cards, fppjlinespr less^^er an unW, «10t additional lines, $£.&>. %bca^. business notices, lOupnts per ,line each rigiiiil pbeti^, $1 per Unfe'f •»'i'. All bills for Adterti^ip'g .will be collected nVblltMlp -, yy 3- T/l '^OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. The reraiar communlcaffonBol No. 1*20, A. F. A A. H., are held, in thfiiir hall on the first and third mondays of each month at p. m. Brothers in good standing are co...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 31 October 1879

POLITICAL POT IK THE EAST & Am ,-4Q ZACH. CHANDLER, THE Miqaj. VAN WAR SEXAT0ML .jr :r:U WHy the Republiouu 'are Leaving the South—The Grant Poom New prkAararefl to theRe" lwiMtfiam«».'Rniiimn tfce EMti -f st Sorr€*^P'f^fV'c!s °f TJie Tribune. A GOOD OLD SOUL,. MARSHALL, Mich., Oct. 22 Probably (he most popular man it. Michigan to lay is Hon. Zapharia Chandler. If the ld senator Mr'ould^consfsnt to it the Mich i.^anders would get up a presidential boom for him that would do his good old soul good. In the Republican party there is no man who has been more stalwart, and the people have jttstified his position in relation to the South and the currency by a majority that astonishes the disciplcs of .Jeff Davis and the followers of the Greenback delusion. Chandler has spo en during the campaign just closing in New York and Massachusetts, and labored until the last minute in OhiOj speaking to larger and more enthusiastic audiences than any man on the Stump. Zach Chan­ dler speaks hone...

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 October 1879

1 THE HAID AND THE LEAF. A JAPANESE IDEA. "A dejtf il'gfllflfU.'OlUlli^ uitijlliu^rr A poor brown leaf with edges torn Now^iespf Tandm uuiuflbf lAtis: life arifw^arf^ofieiSpts forlorn Once in a bower, fresh and bright, Kissed by the sun-rays and the dew. A maid, to flee the hot sun's might, Prone on the ground her fair limbs To sleep, to sleop, 'And dream of some one that she knev- She slept and dreamed a horrid thing— That he she loved from her #ould„ That he she loved from her would stray. And started up, deep sorrowing, CI.kQ._A. Resolved to seek him out that day. Alas! Alas! "Twas all too true—fled away. Herila^ ibve' to^ei^-Ufe alleaf OTeycamore—love's emblem bright, She threw away, then prayed that grief Mlght.,bearMr. aff/ipQunortaL sight. 5 Ala*t Asaal While^he dead 'lekf -dflfted' thrtfti|h ... night L-.ftr, a faOWlT s#'Only three short -years since Vre fin­ ished this parlor together," said Mrs. Paradox, "and now—" "Yea, now!': echoed Mr.»Baradox, rear olutely thrusting hi...

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 October 1879

,•'H, :':j:f--^^M^''-:: Ladies Styles. Bed stockings will be styjfch. Dark red is a fashionable color. ksi-U Colored petticoats are again the style. A new hat is callcd the "phonograph.*? Striped hosieiy is revived in new form*. Roman colors are in demand in hosieiy. Engagement bracelets are the latest no el White satin is to be revive^ for brides wear in the fall. It 1 Children's dresses made entirely Qf red are in fashions High-heeled slippers are the fashion for dressy home toilets. The London skating-rinks are to be turned into lawn-tennis grounds. Plush and velvet figures on silk surfa­ ces bid fair to be very fashionable.*. Belts are as popular as ever for jnrfra ing, afternoon ana evening toilets. Corsage bouquets arc removed to the shoulders where they form epaulets. ,r Bonnett ribbons come in ,air changea­ ble eilect in thick twills like silk serge. All ball dresses are low in the neck, back, and front, but high on the should­ ers. Ottoman reps ribbons shot with two' colors...

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 October 1879

W 3^ t^*"1"^ t**» *?Made l**is~* *t!* *R by Tribune" IftpoHttrs Their Bonads Ab««t the City. Oysters are plenty. ...jwmsu Beautiful sunsets—in Egypt. No signs of snow—in California. The Custer Hotel is doing finely, J. W. Raymond is testing anew kind of oil stove. An open winter is prophesied by The Tkibune. Capt. Maratta,claims the fastest horse in the city. The freight house is still lull of Dead wood freight. The St. James restaurant is doing a good business. The Cushman-Helmsworth land contest is not decided yet. Clear up your yards and repair your .sidewalks for winter. *v" %i3 tT- *•*.? The clouds loo«s winterish, and gests the comfort of Ulsters. The hardware stores are all doing a good business in the way of stoves. Seventy-nine passengere1 left this city Hillwards during the past week. J. P. Forster's restaurant is No. 12 Third street, opposite the Merchants' Hotel Johnny Barr will leave his horse "Jack' with Girard over the river this winter. Mr. Barry, the photographer, l...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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