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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

•«w^gas •Af^ :•, Tr Vc%. & awfc«: mmm CMSES ABOUT HOTEIS. THE MAN WHO HA8 A MILLION-DOL .•£$ LAR MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION.^ Man Who Is Expecting Dispatch •Men Who Are Riding Hobble* to Death—Trading Shares for Drinks —w*ylaylll» Grangers. tFtffladelphta Tinted] "V Nearly every day a man walks up to the marble counter at the Girard house office and taking a bottle tratfL his pocket tells either Chief Clerk Carqoack or Clerk Lee that he ha8 got a patent mfidicine, which lie calls macamooee, thatwill cure any sicknetiB that was everkii6wn. He always wants to know if there are any big druggists or traveling capitalists stopping at the hote^, and telte the clerks confidentially that lie win sell flui prescription' for wiring £he medicine for $1,000,000. There are four or five" cranks who apply at the office several, times & day to know if any telegrams have arrived for. them. One man at the Continental, Cashier Stokes said, is continually expecting dispatches, from Jay Gould, Russell...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

)r-?F li Sew ••Wj2B' W* PI' & fcrtS *t f#T *!r a Us* *.• .i &<* lb Si '-V IB The An hffobt •16 The •mi The m*t 33'i5m 'Pi •:'|pe Mw^ Hue fiswatcfe Srihtm*. BT M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, ezoept Monday, atBls Miek, Dakota, Is delivered by carrier to all porta the oity at 25 oenta per week, or $1 per monh. SDBSOBIFnon BATES Daily one moot! three mont.. six months, one year, *100 of' '4 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ht pages, containing a summary of the nem of week, both foreign and local published erery •rat postage paidj to any address, for one rear |3jsix months, SI three months, 1 The Winu Tmbuk* is. the oldest North Dakota lest paper in to man it re. Its olroo? the aim is made like the the fall associated proas towns and be found on file at j, Chicago,.and at reading rooms and nflWB depots throughout the oonnttf. The.genetal eastern adVmtiBlng a "s A. P/Richardson, Room Stow York. All adnttitentenn for the torn points east of niinois should be ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

.: WASHINGTON NEWS. St ^4, Mi g, ~trl# bV *. i** ....... -P The Senate Passes the Bill Pepealinir /j '^V the Pre-emption and Timber ,^^^?Cultnre Laws... J£« "K, »i Senator Plumb Says Sparks is Af­ fected by an "Isothermal S a is -O* li' Jt'i Which, With Other Serions Churices, -Ought to Brin«r His Bes ignation. The Democratic Representatives in Caacns Decide to Adjourn the Fifteenth. V?-L':' SENATE. PASSAGE OF THE BILL TO REPEAX LAND LAWS. WASHISGTON, June 24.—The bill repeal­ ing the pre-emption and timber culture land laws was laid before the senate. Upon the request of Mr.Pugh,it was informally laid aside to permit of the consideration of the bill providing for the appointment and compensation of an United States district judge for the southern district of Alabama, Mr. Logan moved, as an amendment, that a provision of the bill heretofore passed by the senate, fixing all the district judges' salaries at $4,600 a year. Mr. Logan advo­ cated the amendment, which was agreed to (relat...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

I *', ?f •Pfis •'WW ABOUND THE GLOBE. ,wv VJ.' JW FlP&iiee Ifidlbgrizcs to E Iter Aetion in Claiming: New h' r--y- m^nm ..- 1 v.VY Ki.* Ihe Hasty Conduct of the Prefect of Colon Causes the Loss ofj3 Four- Lives*-'^Ip^Tfpv MW Martitt- Explains, and in the Future will Live Under Her ftwn "Boot" Six Persons in Helena Attempt to Steel", Out of Jail, But Get Caught. $"} SENATE. $ ,*p?H ***,*• vV^'-'V' **¥•$(- ft mvti'Vimto.'"«'#'#• |$g, WAflHnsrGibisr, June 18,-^Mr. Ingalls' res olutlon, guesting the president to furnish jjf|f information as to appointments and remov- J% als under the civil service law, was placed f, $ before the senate. Mr. Vance offered an amendment requesting information as to appointments made within the scope of the civil service act between January 6,1883, when the act passed, and July 15, 1883, when it went into effect. The amended resolution was agreed to. The resolution was agreed to calling on the secretary of the treasury to furnish the senate information ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

SWEEALING THE PAPERSf a PECULIAR CHARACTERISTICS DI8 PLAYED |Y GREAT MEltfHjT lnc«BMi«f Greelrty, Grant, "Lincoln, McClellan, McCnllough and Charles Dickeni—A. Hotel Clerk Tells About What He Has Noticed. GEN. GRANT'S PECULIARITIES. "Oh, yes Gen. Grant also had his pecul­ iarities. He usually read one paper through and through. He would stop in the .middle of an editorial and reflect Grant was a slow reader, but when he put down a paper he could tell you all the news and discuss a question with great discrimination. He used to say that one paper was all he had time to read in a day. He said this prac­ tice of reading several papers was responsi­ ble for a good deal of the super­ ficial thinking in vogue novra days. Whatever was worth reading in his estimation, was worth digesting and remembering. People who knew Grant will recollect what an exhaustive memory he had for detail. He could relate every cir­ cumstance connected with any important ©vent that occurred long before the war. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 June 1886

ALL THE NEWS. A Fall Text of Sparks' Decision in the Waldron Winona Townsite Case. The Citizens as .Represented in Last Evening's Meeting Decide to Celebrate. The Postoffice Will Soon be Removed to the Corner of Third and Broadway. Bound for the Battlefield—Armed for the Police—Personal and General Gossip. Removal of the Postoffice. As the TRIBUNE stated Tuesday it has made every effort to glean the facts with reference to the removal of the postoffice and it is now able to state authoritatively that within twenty days the removal will be made. Calling at the postoffice yester­ day morning Postmaster Slattery was found hustling around in the performance of his duties and when asked concerning the reported instructions for removal he said: "Yes, the postoffice is to be removed, and if you will be seated I will give you the facts." Mr. Slattery then made a brief statement of how the question was first brought be­ fore the public. He stated that last winter his predecessor, Col. Lonnsb...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

VOL. 14. NO.4 NORTHWESTERN NOTES. The Helena council has ordered the sup­ pression of houses of ill-fame. L. Hendricks was drowned in Maple river near Tower City, Sunday. Dickinson voted $16,000 bonds for court house building by a good majority. The Twentieth Iowa Infantry will hold its reunion at Marion, September 22. Yankton's artesian well by official meas­ urement, is 609 feet deep, and cost .12,676. A quarry of fine building stone has been opened near Wessington Springs Two' merchants at Sioux Falls have been arrested for keeping their store open on Sunday. Damage in the vicinity of Grafton, Dak., by the recent hail storms, is estimated at $500,000. Charles Mix county reports an apple orchard which promises a good yield this summer. At Junction City, Wis., James Malloy shot and killed a stranger who attempted to outrage his wife. Omaha capitalists have purchased a large number of lots at Sioux Falls and will hold them for speculation. Grindstone ore has been found near Rapid Ci...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

mmiw tfl) jgfll IK1I& $S&s K' mm P- W w: $ 1% Jr' NEWS...AND GOSSIF£ The Good Railroad News Continues to Come in and Everybody ir IJ,^' -.'i. J--L: i: Ta— Cont^wl'toi' Forty $sof the, Milwaukee Let to & ^„. Jfi«Stoi r|. w-w' The Contest of Teams—Fapjrt^bf July Programme—PersoniM and General. at It was "a long pull, a steady pull and a pull all togeth(r"tliatwas witnessed near the quartermaster's store Friday evening at,the contest of teams for the fire depart­ ment As announced, the teams entered for the contest were those of A. E. Beal, Michael Mayouck and John Higgins. Mr. Beal's team is a pair of as handsome four year-elds as ever curved a neck, and they made a remarkable pull for animals of their age, but they did not get the engine up the hill. At the first curve they stopped to rest, a very mean curve of the roaa, and could not start. They were retired with applause for their good work, and the handsome Higgins grays were attached to the engine,ana the othpr teams ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

OFFICIAL Proceedings of the Board of County Com­ missioners. BIBMABCK, DAK., June 21, 1886. Board of county commissioners met, pnrsnant to adjournment at 2 o'clock p. m. Present—B. B. Mellon, chairman, and E. S. Neal, commissioner. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Charles W. Isham was appointed road supervisor for the Stirling road, running west. The petition of Oscar Ward, Geo. M. Shuley and others, praying for the loca­ tion of a county road described as fol­ lows: Leaving the river road at Geo. M. Shuley'a and running thence between sections 26 and 27,22 and 23,14 and 15, township 140, range 81, was granted. On motion the following bills were al­ lowed and ordered paid from their re­ spective fonds: Peter Erstrom, work on bridge bridge fond $130 50 Peter O. Loffness, work on bridge bridge fond 36 00 Dan Jackson, work on bridge bridge fond. 34 55 John Hitchcock, work on bridge, bridge fnnd 27 56 Ed Anderson, work on bridge bridge fnnd 26 50 M. Efiaeson. worK on bridge br...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

vt- MM •*m te l$s j-V SjSrfip US W- I ®T f$s« •#p fe-IP "Ill 1 -.*rvraMwujdtn'' II ®lu ffeawft Ititoiiw. Wb -^ME WEEKLY TBIBTTNE, FIVE hundred, thousand pounds of wool is now awaiting shipment down the river from Benton. Montana wool is becoming famous all over the world and its excellence is only equalled by the profits realized by the growers. GiiABSTOHE is making a triumphal tour. "Wherever he: goes he is greeted with intense welcome. His arguments are convincing and unanswerable, and the next ten days -will show how materially he has affected the vote. "THE TRIBUNE has been reading the Fargo Argus very oarefully of late, and has failed to see any kind of card from Capt. McCarthy explaining the use of SMALL CAPS or anything of that kind. According to MoOarthy somebody, must be a a TO-DAY the democratic territorial cen­ tral committee meets at Aberdeen. Oapt. McCormaok went down from Bismarck and was joined at Jamestown by Barney MoGee. It is understood that an effort will be made...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

W V?r 4*f•* 1'J 4 ANOTHER SEIZURE «?M"0 An American Fishing: Yessel Goes to the Canadian Shore For Re- %i* Pairs'and Water *&*}&$ And is Promptly Seized tind Held By the Officers of the Domin ion Government.„ ,, & Mr. Sparks Delivers Himselt ol An v$X- Opinion in Favor of School Section Settlers. .//,? 1 r"*. Congressional Proceeding's—Horrible Tragedy in Mississippi—Gen eral Gleanings. j, SENATE. 1 EXTENDING THE APPROPRIATION BILL. WASHINGTON, D. C, July 1.—After r: considerable discussion respecting the tardiness of congress in passing the appro-, priation bills the joint resolution extend­ ing the appropriations -for ten days was amended to make the extension for fifteen days and was passed. The senate resumed consideration of the legislative appropriation bill. A discus sion took place on the proposition of the committee on appropriations to strike out the paragraph for office work connected with the publication of the records of the rebellion. It was charged that th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

y4L 5 EITZ-JOEN PORTER HJJie Bill Passes the Senate by a *:ti Vote of SO to 27, an& Now Goes to the 1 rk ik$ "PI President' for His Signature—!Lo' (Tan's Greatest Effort Miss Elisabeth Cleveland Will En ter the Journalistic Field •$*:? The 'Mrafce of the Switchman iti Chi- caff° letting1 Serions—Mere Sfir ,: Mention. 8BHAXB. THE FITZ JOHN PORTER RILL.: WASHINGTON, June 26.—The senate'took up the Fitz John Porter bill and Logan ad dressed the senate. He opened with an objectiop to the bilf on a constitutional point It provided for an increase in the number of persons on the retired list of the army, provided the president appointed a certain person to the place. If he did not make thatspecial appointment the vacancy was not to exist Where did the senate get the power to name to the, president a per­ son whom he should appoint to the office This case was not the trial of Porter. Porter had been tried and condemned. This was the trial of Abraham Lincoln, of James A. Garfield, and o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

ri tr fer rt/0$lar 4 .4 t* .« oorjff»yafcc^coyTj||^.. ^jszasi H&' Washesd*foN, June 28.—The 78flofHiiK a^V^'is 4 Ujfti$. awartisof control' for tanBb &> ing supplies ti tfie arniy for jthe depart ||$|[f ment of Dakota. ^heae«iJ6 and oats I Grig] per li Snelling^ :gl^en order~tbenki^ in regu- Md tJbe pdst or station !,ViP»at whieh the auppl^Artf^delivered, mf tKe names bidders, the pc»^/ f| articles and pWcesiMpMpric^ for corn, |P*5\i«bran W $^f»_fc§mds hay, straw and coalifcf-.tfa wood] per cord: ^,$ Fort Snelling^inn. A49l']K y4s,Yankton, Dak., oats 8L1| jp^^OO pbipt^.% De«^ent «^*et»^r c. JNPs, ^.cornj^tTtilgSMperJj Johnson, Benso* Robe $6.40 wood Paul Fo Victor £&»Fl^AWUfc ton, A. Vi Charles Esdtass Bermier,' SfendoS Muml hayV $11.94, straw, 59 cents Frank E. Edmund, St, Paul, wood, «5ji8i Henry Y. Smith, St. Paul, anthracite coal, 96,1b and $7 per ton: Frank E. Edmund, St Paul, bituminous coal, •$# per tori. tries Haeg, Fort knelling, hay. 811.95: St. Paul Minn—Gr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 July 1886

&HE t"/4 Kls b4, v?* i. %k mi: 1 ENDLESS ^"Of Days Moves Steadily Ou the Ceaseless Ham of ihe of News. j'vvWorld With A Talk with a Prominent Railroad Boomer on the Bismarck Problem. mmm iwjU\ -tThe City Council a Tie on the Tote for a Fire Department Team S«rf I«tWk Beady for the Fourth The Marsh Family—Personal and. General Gossip. The City Cornell. Council met Wednesday evening. Pres­ ent, bis honor Mayor Hunt, Aldermen Bain, Bushby, Beal, Halloran, Macdonald, Mayouck, Williams andKice. The eouncil accepted an invitation to participate in the Fourth of July celebra­ tion. The mayor appointed Messrs. Beal, Wil­ liams and Mayouck as a committee to in­ spect the engine house and report as to the necessity of a sew building. The clerk was instructed to amend the notice of special election by publishing the names of the places at which the polls will be open and naming the judges of elec­ tion.. The city attorney Reported that the city justice could not be paid out of the fines as...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

*Jfci*i K, tfcf 5^CT Sk K. f** 11 4 A',\ 1 Miti ^S*S *,/J «. 1 *3 w, VOL. 14. .m' $ H'* NO.5 SUNDAY SIGHS TEEB Fourth of July celebration, in this city will take place in a brick yard. This is stated for the benefit of the orators who can act accordingly. AFTEB THE RAIN. The meadow has donned its beantifnl green And the river is swelling with pride The lake reflects from its silvery sheen ... The smiles of the hills by its side. The willow and elm and.the lordly oak Gaily rustle their sylvan gown The glen doffs its seer and colorless cloak, And the valley its mantle of brown. The robin sits high in the bending bough And sings to his neetiing mate, But he of the plow, with farrowed brow, "Dammit, it came too late." EQUAL TO THE EMERGENCY, HE WAS a Dakota minister, right from the heart of the Missouri elope, and he was visiting friends in Boston, where the sombre-faced pro­ fessors and ethereal-eyed maidens from the Con­ cord mill of philosophy were gathered. The guests were seated ab...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

-j V- SSj&t Pfcn.-'.v ft SATURDAY SALAD, —i' The Senate Committee on P^ribions Deal the President a Stinging 4 Blow For v§&—4— ^11 /M The Indiscnminate Usg'^of^is Teto Power in Considering Private^, Pension Bills. at fSfWiXi Jp/4 The Twin City Races Afford Excellent \i" Sport—The Third Day's Regatta Winnipeg, The Foreign Election News is Just ,v Cause for Alarm to Gladstone's Friends. 1 SENATE. THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. WASHINGTON, July 8.—Tie senate re­ sumed the consideration of the river and .harbor appropriation bill. The first amend­ ment that provoked a discussion was that appropriating $1,000,000 for improving the ^ew York harbor, so as to secure a thirty foot channel at the Handy Hook entrance. Agreed to. The next amendment on which there was a discussion was one appropriat­ ing $600,000 for the improvement of the Potomac river in the vicinity of Washing­ ton, with a proviso that no part of the sum should be expended upon or with reference to any place in respect of...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

t. iSfei fki Vi tV Ki~ ?&r: DAKOTA REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The Territorial Republican Convention will be eld atYanktonon Wednesday, September SB, 1886. at ten o'clock a. m. The convention -will be called to -order by the chairman of this commit­ tee, or, in his absence, by some other person to be selected by the members of this committee present, for the purpose of plaoingin nomination a candidate for delegate in congress, and trans­ act sack other business as may properly come before said convention. In said convention the representation shall be one delegate from each organized county, and ad­ ditional delegates based upon the population of said counties, according to the territorial census of 1885, at the rate of one delegate to said terri­ torial convention tor Sully.. Turner Union Walworth. Yanhgo n... each one thousand inhabi­ tants or major fraction thereof. Comities organized subsequent to this call and prior to the convention shall be entitled to one delegate each upon p...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

•+-1- eHismawk BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published eTery mornln#r, exoept Monday, at Bis turoX, Dakota, la delivered by comer to Ml parts of the city at 25 oents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSOBIPTLOK BATES: Daily one month, postage paid. $ 1 00 Dally three months, postage ^ald, 8 00 Dolly six months, postage paid, 5 00 Dauy one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, oontaining a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one tiear2jsixmonths, 91 three months, 75 cents. The WmngT.V TUBOHB it) the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfeot encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its circu­ lation is laxae.both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBTJNE, like the weekly edition, containing the foil associated press dispatches, is a deein&le advertising medium through which to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

5 t? VP 0 ki THE NATIONAL GAME In the Contest Between the Xeading Base Ball Clubs the Chicago Nine Wins. The Dakota Farmers' Alliance Pro­ mulgate a Series of Pledges for Candidates. Great Britain Evidences Consider­ able Uneasiness over Russia's Late Actions. The Forest Fires in Wisconsin—Edi­ tors After Senator Payne Miscellaneous. CHICAGO, July 8.—The Cliicagos defeated the Detroits in a orilliant manner to-day. Great preparations had been made for the game. The park was decorated and an arch with the words, "Welcome Detroit," was erected near the center of the east end. At 8 o'clock a procession arrived at the park, as follows: Plantoon of police, First regiment band, Chicago nine and Detroit nine in carriages, three hundred Detroiters in carriages adorned with roost­ ers. They marched under the arch and 12,000 people cheered to the echo. The game was called at 8:45. Connelly was umpire. Every play was criticized and was carefully made. It was truly a na­ tional game. The Chicag...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

LOUD AND LURID. f,*4 .1" Operi-Konthed Cannon'"feelclifd Lwtdly in Glee, and Horribles gobbled Along1 wm The Eacrle Screamed Oat For the Land l\bf the Free and Warbled His ll| rfK. i$y S'-fe.'. .^Liberty Sony. FlutteHn# Banners Adorned the Hot Air and Orators Tested Their Roses Bed Bloomed on the Maidens Fair, While Guns Blew Their Jolly Chi-Bungs. Liberty or Death. It came very nearly being both for many of the sweltering, fuming, puffing mortals, whose independance and patriotism defied the fire of the flaming sun and laughed at the blistering wind. It was about as good as death to the poor pounded animals that were transformed into dust factories and tuning forks for the voices of the multitude, and it was sure and ignominious death to the idea that the celebration would be a failure. Never in the history of any city of less than ten thousand people was a more complete and sweltering success written upon the powder-burnt, dust begrimmed register of freedom, as the hundreds of swo...

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