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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 September 1880

VOL. VIII. NEWS-NOTES. —Col. Chas. L. Stephenson died at St. Paul on the 31st alt. —Small pox prevails to W alarming extent at Troy, N. Y. —A $100 shepherd dog is on his way to Fort Benton, the property of T. C. tower. —The magnificent coast Cathedral at Cologne which ban been under construction 638 years ie at last completed. —Emory Storrs says the democratic party, like the mule, is without pride of ancestry or hope ef posterity. —Yaukton democrats are urging Com­ modore Coulsou as a candidate for congress on the democratic ticket. —C. A. Broadwater's hay contract at Assinaboine will hardly be a paying one owing to the scarcity ol the article. v—A terrible hurricane occurred oft the of Florid* last week, Great damage was lone to the shipping and many lives lost. —Forty thousand persons are engaged in the oyster trade in the City of Hew York. The sales will exceed $^5,000,000 this season. —Carl Schurz arrived at Fort Keogh on the 3rd iust. and may be expected down the river in a da...

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. — 10 September 1880

.11 WOOED, BUT NOT WOW. inUi stealthy gait ehe nought the gate, To see the distant sea Sbe aoeue than seen was of a eedne Dragged leeward o'er the lea. The boD that tolled told that 'era belle That evening-dew waa due Bat still in still of eve she waits, With blushing hue, for Hugh. And Boon he rode along the road, And hied where ehe did hide Backed by love's throes, he throwa him flown, And thus sighed by her side: Oh! cast away all caste, and hear Mysighs of solemn size, "And raise on me the gentle rays Of that soft eye I prize. "Some of the sum of all your love, 0 fair one, may be won 111 sue you, Sue alone, the loan, And dun you till tis done I "All in the dust dost see me sprawl This sort of love I've sought If tort I've taught you by my words, Then naught should come to naught 1" She said: "All lorn upon the lawn 1 hear you sighing here Oh 1 do not languish in the dew, Nor gnaw your soul with fear. To make us two but one, T, too, Would fain seek out the fane But ma might mar o...

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. — 10 September 1880

THE HOUSE AND FARM. OBAFcnro.—H old trees produce poor or even indifferent fruit, and they are still sound and vigorous, they may be made productive and valuable by grafting good sorts upon them. This work should be done just aa the buds b^gin to swell. If the tree is a large oiLe, only a portion of it should be grafted the first season, beginning with the central part of the head. Gre$t care should be taken that the grafts are of an excellent variety. It is a common notion among those who ao not think about the matter that the mere opera­ tion of grafting somehow benefits the true. The grafted tree is in fact anew true all of the bearing parts of the old tree are cut away, and a new head is plunted, co to speak, upon the old one. Htmce the new top or head will be of tho kind that is placed there, and un­ less good kinds are selected grafting will be useless. There are men who go about the country doing grafting.. Some are very excellent and others are bunglers, but there is no need...

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 September 1880

v, ^c',t BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION' RATES: $2 SO 1 50 75 U'BBKI.Y, One Year, •Six Months. Tbree-'Months ADVERTISING RATES. Locnl and foreign business notices. lO-wata ,)c*r ]«nc, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. -Ten Professional cards, four lines or less, jJlO ier annum. ,, Advertisements in colttnro of "Wants, "For Sale," "For Rent, 'etc.,'10 cents per line each: 5 insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry 81 per Hue. For contract rates of display advertising apply mt this office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK,"D.'T.,'FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1880. MATER WOBKS^ORBHWIABCK. J. S. Woodruff,'Who«ueeeasfoiiy4i»ug rated the Holly waterworks scheme for Fargo, writes that hewillvvtait Bismarck and do the same .thiijg liiateiif our citi­ zens will duplrettte ittee enltoTprise of the, lied River -valley :m«tT0i»tili«. -He asks comparatively little and we ifedlieve dur business men wil 'take -idll tthe stock re­ quired by the Holly ^welter work...

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. — 10 September 1880

Name liar TA EASUB1 IUNTT, Jtembe )r the now a foilov :1 in th( of Da 5 herel tie iii si ill sell Ider at the cit Surleig] A. D. in of eal esti sigh a to si ,x afor land. costs. partici •ewith. SON, Sec Tp 5 130 2 5 do 7 do 7 do 9 do 15 do 17 do 19 do 19 do 21 do 21 do S3 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 81 do 1 138 3 dc 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do IS do 15 do 17 do 19 do 21 do 88 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 31 do S3 do 85 do 1 139 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 13 do 17 do 19 do 21 do 21 do 2A do 25 do 27 do 27 do 29 do 31 do 33 do 35 do 1 137 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do 13 do 15 do i7 do 19 do 21 do 23 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 81 do 38 do 85 do 1 138 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do 13 {o 15 do 17 do 21 do 23 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 31 do 35 do 1 139 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do 13 do 15 do 19 do 21 do 23 do 25 do 29 do 35 do 1 149 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do 13 do 15 do 17 do 19 do 21 do 23 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 31 do 33 do 35 do 1 137 3 do 5 do 7 do 9 do 11 do 13 do 15 do 17 do 19 do 21 do 23 do 25 do 27 do 29 do 81 do 88 do 85 do 1 136...

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. — 10 September 1880

ips? -r f. 'jrtT TRIBUNE AGENTS. Mr. J. H. Bates, newspaper advertising agents at Park Bow (Times building) New York, is authorized CO contract for advertisements in A.T THE IKIBOOTI u. g. OFl'ICTALS. b*OI:.—1\ aialloy. JUSTICE OF Til PKACE.—E. CITY T.BIGELOW.D S. at ®nr lowest rates. Geo. P. Rowel & Co..? ewspaper advertising agents 10 Spruce St., New York are authorized to make contracts for this paper at our lowest rates. A file Of this paper may bo seen at the New York office. Ohas. K. Miller A Co., newspaper advertising ag6nts. {Tribune building ihicago, 111., «re authorized •gents to contract advorfcisiQg for this pa^e our a 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COTJBT OFFICIALS THIBD JUDICIALDISTRICT. JTOGK.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. DISTRICT A.TTO«SKY.—J. A. Htoyoll, Biamarck. CLEUK.—i".. M. Corey, Bismarck. T! DEPUTY. U. 8. AIAIISHaL.—aIj* McKenzie, Biauia-.ck. E. B. Kirk, Cipt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A., BopotrQ. M. Deo. 8 Grimes, 1st Lieut, officer la charge U.S.alil.Tel. E. M. Brown, liPc...

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. — 10 September 1880

i\ Mi** W ^?5VW sX jp /%& m*~K »^r ^f(\ .b.t«fa ,ir AFTJtfR ](IABBIil!C me Barry, for al Mt way Pre car­ ried. |iad Oetestina and I tbla mom trow oomfartabiy married. I'M still Jn BXICII ON THE RAILWAY BRIDGE. A letter for you, sir And yet I loved the wayward 'girl, and gladly, oh, how gladly, would I have forgiven her imprudence 1 To her, I went to seek an interview. Lucy was proud—too proud to be just to herself yet she was generous and noble, in spite of all her fickleness. Obstinately convinced that she had preferred another to me, I did not ask or expect any explanations from her I showed her, without any hesitation, the letter I had just received, and requested her to return me such letters as I had previously written to her, and any other little keepsake which might in future prove annoying to her. She bestowed on me a look which I shall never forget. "Doyou believe this, Edward 1" she asked. "I do," I replied, without hesitation. 1'"What v'""At a fluster, eo thought Fd c...

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. — 10 September 1880

LOCAL, LEA VES. Ttrn From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. One by one the palaces of sin depart. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street A rifle is a gun and a revolver a son of a gun. H. G. Stripe has moved into Paiae's new house on Main street. Faim houses are becoming as thick on the prairies as bullberries in Montana. Nearly all the young men of Bisuiarck are new residents of suburban villiages. Bragg has received the Fort A. Lin­ coln beef contract after its third adver­ tising. You can now take them raw, stewed or •Beldom, as the palpitation of your ptirse •may suggest. Nothing else will effect a cure in moun­ tain feverand liver complaint as Reed's •Gilt Edge Tonic. The reason so many people drink whis­ ky in Montana is because it scares away llie rattlesnakes. Rev. Bull's new parsonage is being rap­ idly completed. Bostwick & Arnold are -doing the work. If you can't drive the fastest horses in •tawu don't drive any at ail. bo says Charley Williams. When a Fargo man is...

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 September 1880

NEWS-NOTES. —Forty thousand people visited the big *how at Minneapolis Tuesday. —The Polk County Journal, Minn., re­ ports the SHicide of a lad of eleven years near Crookston. —The Homestake clean up for August tras $180,000 the DeSmet$55,000,and the Stand­ by $10,000. The Black Hil.s mines still pros­ per, it would seem. —Major Powers' proposition to revive the issue of fractional currency for the con­ venience of the business community, is not be­ ing received with much favor. —Col. Donan, the new editor of the Minneapolis Journal, wiil please an apprecia­ tive audieucc at the opening of the editorial con­ vention Oct. 5th, by one of his peculiarly, unique and interesting addresses. —President Hayes held a cabinet meet­ ing aboard the train while en route to San Fran­ cisco, in which it was decided, to send the peace­ ful Sioux to a reservation farther south, and the order made instructing Gen. Miles to that effect. —Ilanlan, the Canadian oarsman, is now on his way to England to r...

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 September 1880

nmSET Oflf THB HILL9. BI BOBEBT ITSAXTKZXSTXXX DOTY. In the vrest the light Is being bid & uu oi, and Nature old HMtnteryeminj hashed those busy daylight songs, Whlah were bat merry plankings understood Am miritng from the haunts of sun-lit hours 1 RM led glare on our mundane sphere Is BeeA— Che glowing sunset shines upon the hills, while earth Is richly carpeted In green, Aw* all the varied hues which Nature does poaaessk On yonder's hill we see the fiery gleam— The dying strokes of Nature's portraiture, Whereat all living tilings Beem satisfied That sunset brings its darkness and its rest— That sunset's deep philosophy is felt, As some great god propelling mother earth And bringing to us all a grand review Of all its happenings and past events Abl quietude is settling over earth. A dampening gloom 1B overspreading aL, While milkmaids cease their merry songs, And crickets chirrup in the tall, dank grass. •The lambs are looking at the far-off hills, while brilliant sun-tints giv...

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 September 1880

OUB YOUNG FOLKS. unonntfal Namben^' proud and happy th® hen-mother. From her nest of eggs eleven, ir.i-rttiAR with her brood of chickens, One, two, three, fonr, five, six, seven. Count not chickens, though, too fondly Time can play as many tricks And, one little chicken dying. Left one, two, three, four, five, six. Bat, while wicked cats are prowling, Never can poor chickens thrive Hungry pussy claims her jportiyn, Now count—one, two, three, four, five. Day by day they grew and flourished. But, alas 1 the cat once more Pounced on an unwary straggler, So we've but one, two, three, four. Grief at losing his dear brother (Other cause we could not Bee) Killed another little chicken, Leaving only one, two, three. Then a heavy-footed rooster (8tnpid things he'll sometimes do I) Stepped on one poor little fellow Sadly now we count one, two. Hopes of eggs, or stew, or pasty Fade more swiftly every day, As oar pretty little chickens From the nest are snatched away. Count no chickens till the...

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 September 1880

&@S»€ 1I)C lisinardvSribunc. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLY, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, 1 aO Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local nnd" foreign business notices. 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion, len .lines to the inch. Professional cards, four lines or less, §10 per annum. ,, Advertisements in column of 'wants, ror liFor Rent,'1 etc., 10 cents per line each •insertion. j^cai uoticee at regular statute rates. Orfcinal poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply »t this office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D.T., FRIDAY, SEPT. 17, 1880. JIM ULAINK was entirely too confident d'vn in Maine. Mr. ConKling will doubtless step to the front now and sliow •what lie can do in "Nw York. THE material for clncxen pie placed so prominently before the readers of the St. Paul Globe proves to be the blackest kind of crow when examined carefully .bv'fhe Republican render. IN the Vermont election theic were re­ ...

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 September 1880

Sale of Land FOR E I N E N A E S Office County Treasurer, Burleigh County, I. T. Name do do do do do do do Lindc SI PR It do do do lo do do do lo do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do CO do do do rfo do do do do do do do do do Dilwortl1 W A Hollembaek do Dilworth do September 3,1880. WnxREAS, The taxes for the year A. D. 1879 have become and .now are delin­ quent and unpaid on the following des­ cribed real estate, situated in the county of Burleigh and Territory of Dakota. Therefore, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the statute in such case iuade and provided, I shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the coun­ ty treasurer's office, in the city of Bis­ marck and county of Burleigh, on the llrst Monday of October, A. D. 1880, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, the following described real estate, situa­ ted in the county of Burleigh and Terri­ tory of Dakota, in order to satisfy the amount of delinquent tax aforesaid on each piece o...

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 September 1880

TRIBUNE AGENTS. Mr. J. H. Bates, newspaper advertising agents at Park flow (Times building) York, is authorized to contract for advertisements in THE TBEBO*E, at our lowest vates. ,, Geo. P. Rowe.l A CO., re*spaper advertising agents 10 Sprnce St., New York are authorized to make contracts for this paper at oar lowest rates. A file of paper may be seen at the New lork office. Chas. K. Miller A Co., newspaper advertising agente. Tribune building), Chicago, 111., nre authorized A *UIO N«FA owr •gents to contract"aclvertising' for this pape lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COUBT OFFICIALS THIED JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JUDGE.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. DISTRICT ATTOBNEY.—J. A. Htoyell, Bismarck. CLERK.—E. N. Corey, Bismarck. DEPUTY. U. S. MABSHAL—Alsx McKenzie, Bismarck. O. 8. OFFICIALS. E. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A.. Depot Q. M. Geo. S Grimes, 1st Lieut, officer In charge U.B.Mil.Tel. B. M. Brown, Keceiver U. 8, Land office. Peter Mantor, Begister, O. 8. Land office. 6. A. Lounsbe r...

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 September 1880

FARM AND' HOME, Farm Bakings. .Hv.:.,J\.f-o BBINE applied to the roots of grape -vines affected by the grapes rotting has been found to completely eradicate the rot. OF all the different varieties Oi culti­ vated grapes, the Delaware contains the largest amount to sugar, and the Con­ cord the least. A HALF gill of soft soap and water, one part of soap to twelve of water, poured at the roots of cabbage plants, is recommended as sure death to white grabs. THE Chinese are famous for their good vegetables. It arises from the fact that they use only liquid manures hence their plants grow rapidly and are brittle, or tender. THE successful farmer does not at­ tempt too much. He concentrates, and the more he does this the greater are his gains. He does not expect large crops from his lands without liberal manuring. He recognizes the necessity of constant study and watchfulness. LIME is a good fertilizer. When land previously worked is brought into culti­ vation, or when worn-out land is bro...

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 September 1880

*J ^,V FE.:,) r. /".'" R? LOCAL LEAVES. Torn From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. 1 Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. Alex Prophet, of Bozeman, arrived this "Week with 625 head of Montana steers for the eastern market. Bishop Marty left by the steamer Big Horn Wednesday, for the Standing Rock .agency to visit Father Stephan. Twenty seven hundred head of Montana cattle are at Green .River, awaiting trans­ portation east for the Chicago market. George Peoples lias kept a force of men busy this week shining up. his fall and winter supply of stoves lor the coming campaign. A rock sturgeon weighing twenty-four pounds was caught in the river yesterday .on an ordinary hook and brought safely ashore. Secretary Sellurz held a reception at 1lie depot upon his arrival, passing a pleasant hour in conversation with some of the. leading citizens. Remember the auction sale of Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, also a lot of groceries -at St. Louis Store to-morrow, Saturday, Sept. 18, at 10 o'clo...

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 September 1880

i.r!.-T ," 'T iL --i ., •4 f.s--:- -r I -H**': V-7 VOL:Till. NEWS-NOTES. —The new Blue Book contains the name* of 97,600 office holder*. —He who drinks much when the bloom in oa the rye generally catches the bloom on hie nose. —The French believe it safer to travel just after a bad disaster, bat a Yankee woald take the train just before one and have no trouble. —The man who said he would not ahave or have his hair cat until Fremont was elected is still living in Maine. He has kept his word. —There are only 140 muscles in a mule's leg, but you can't convince the man who has been propelled by them there are not over 9,000 of them. —"Its not the phisky a man dhrinks that makes him dizzy 11 said O'Flaherty, "but its lukin1 at the bartender's diamond through the bottom iv the tumblers." —A salute of two hundred guns was fired last Saturday in Washington by order of the congressional republican committee in hon­ or of the victory of Maine. Which victory? —Boston celebrated its 250th birth...

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 September 1880

is® ^ifei OUR JUVENILES. Now, Bumble-Beet How, Bnmtoto-bM} 70a Jut keep itill—ym needn't jump and buzz Pre bad such time to catch you as never, nerwp •wn*. I're sed you chVround the garden, and, 'cause I didn't look, I almost fall right over into that drefful brook Fm going to put you in it, though I e'poee you! Yea think you're hid, For last week you stung my pussy—you know very well you did. Tea, and you made ui 'fraid that she was goitf to ftneafit She Jumped up BO,- and tried to catch the place where you had Ut. And I shall surely drown you—j But pVaps you've got a home,, iT And your little ones Will wonder why you don't ever oome .. And I think, pVaps, yeu're sorry you went and act-1 so 1 J# yonll only wait till I run away, .I-rOTieve—Fil­ let you go. Old Contrary, the Perch Who lTouldiVt Be Caught. Many of the mill-ponds on the east em shore of Maryland and in the State of Delaware have sandy bottoms. On bright days and in places "where the water is not more than four feet dee...

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 September 1880

•m SWT The T^rs twiPMstaf Ufc Tirt "'^rheyearsare passing by I '*, We inieh, as from an open door, :. Another joins the passing band! Oh, is there not some other land Where compensation for all ills The measure of life's being fills? We wait the answer, but in vain. The shadow falls, a sense of pain Rests on us whereso'er we go And whispers of the sod and snow. 'f Their passage through Time's corridor *»eh shadow, in its falling, slopes' Aesossthe grave of buried hojeV ^, The pulse of being slower beats Through Winter's snow, through Summer'i beats, And faith and hope and love grow cold AM we grow old—aa we grow old! The years are passing by! The years arepaesingvby! v.? Time's record hath such pages blurred With hasty deed, with bitter word Such sad mistakes,mark ali life's years "We scarce can read because of tears We see dead faces on the walls. We hear dead voices in the halls, We touch some hands on bended knee, We kiss some lips we cannot see— The years are passing by I The ye...

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 September 1880

\ffc£ jrm^r- iUaiaarck tribune. SV C. A. JLOUN8BERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Webulk,One Year, $2 50 Six Months. GEN. WEAVER, 1 Thru Montbt .- ..'® S. ADV-ELRTISINO RATES., Local and foreign business noUcc^ lO^ent* fpor line, of Nonpareil tjrpe, each insertion, len tlines to the inch. Professional «rrd8, (four .lines or less, 510 roer annnm. ,, ,,T.„ AdvertteementsAncohmra of-"Wants, Kor ,-Sale," "For Rent,"-etc., 10 aceirta per line each {insertion. Legal notices at rj$gular«tatote«ates. Orvcinul poetry $1•perdiiie--• For contract rates of display advertising apply •at this office tar sand XorAdwartbtelng rate card. BISMARCK, ©-.T-, TESAFTLMK, SFFIPT. & 1«80. THE Maine election 5s s® close that it •will require an .ofiicM ©®xint to deter anine Uie result, bvA He «3ireenbckers have protocol/ .elected tfluftr maa by a vvery small anajjarity- MR. PETTIGILEWWI11 speak at Bismarck -.to-morrow ewnutg- He «cj|*ii©i the can­ vass at Yknliitamm Ifce' J®tfr And will not let up until ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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