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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 July 1886

TOTETAND TRIAL Wo were all poor fin our village, but soma of us 'were poorer than others—so poor that we had. not enough black bread to eat—so poarthat when the hard winter came creep­ ing upon us like some cruel, hungry tiger, we had no brands with which to scare it off. In Bettina'S cottage, where she* sat and spun while her childish old grandparents nodded in their chairs beside the fireplace, all was as clean as it could have been in a palace but she had hard work to fill those two old mouths and her own also. There was no one else to do it. The lady at the great house bought her iax, and paid well for it But, after all, Bettina had but her two hands and two little brown hands cannot do all the world's work. I used to say to myself that the time should come when Bettina should not work at all— when I would work for both, and for the olril people, also. That was to be when we were married, Bettina and 1 had been betrothedi two years. We were betrothed still, and no nearer marriag...

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. — 30 July 1886

imaricfc S&iibiww. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE JDA1LY TRIBUNE, ^nUiBhed every morning, exoopt Monday, at Bia •arck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte it the city at 95 oente per week, or $1 per monh. SUBSOBIPTION SATBS: 0»lly one months postage pald,_ $100 Daily three monthi, postage paid, 8 00 Daily six monthB, postage pud, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 ,S THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bgh^jiagea, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local fmblfched every friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one •near tZjjix months, |1 three months, 75 cents. The WKBKLY TRIBUNE i» the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect enuyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is iaise,both in the territory and the States. The DAILT TBEBUNK, like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches. Is a desirable advertising medium through which to rmeh aunothwestem towns and military posts nntote from railroad l...

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. — 30 July 1886

&p V^'fci 1 ••••. 'm§m. 'j v- £*$*: tfi if A DASTARDLY DEED. The Mexican Chief of Police, Who •Arrested an American on ,a Trumped Up Charge and Had Him Hardered, Was Actuated by Jealousy, Due to the American's Attentions to the Mexican's Sweet­ heart—Great Excitement Pre­ vails in Texas. Congressional Proceedings—The Edi •tors at Detroit Lake—Mis­ cellaneous News. SENATE. DISCUSSING THE SURPLUS. WASHINGTON, July 29.—The senate pro­ ceeded to the consideration of the house joint resolution to apply the surplus in the treasury to the payment of the public debt. Mr. Allison, who had reported back the resolution from the committee on finance, opened the debate. The house joint reso­ lution, known as the Morrison resolution, proposed in absolute terms to set apart £100,000,000 for the specific purpose of re­ ducing United ^States notes, and for no other purpose whatever. If that joint res­ olution should pass, it would stand in the pathway of the secretary of the treasury in managing...

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. — 30 July 1886

6 fp.-V fe- fe'. mi I &: J* $* W BOUNDING BILL PlSs ©5 $ r'. fe Are Surging O'er the Ocean of Life is Afloat ••liiind the News, in •••mm *:£\~-.:. Kt\lV -card Monte Workers Arrive in Bismarck But Are Quiet and Harmless. The Rollieking Rivermen Pass a Few )4 \"v.. Pleasant Moments in Mutilat- W: 'fffe Ingr Each Other. The Railroad Pulse—Ice Cream Fes­ tival—Base Ball—Personal Mention. ., ... ..,i Bonds or No Bonds. That is the question. The city council i& met lastSaturday to discuss the feasibility r' of calling another special election for the purpose of voting upon the question of is­ suing bonds to float the outstanding in­ debtedness and erect an engine house and city hall. The mayor and all aldermen, with the exco^oA of Mr. Mayouck, were present. Mr. Bushby introduced a resolution call­ ing a special election August 16th, for the purpose of voting upon the question. In speaking upon his resolution, Mr. Bushby stated that the building of an engine house will not increase...

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. — 30 July 1886

§M- v.vv-». •'If.*-.•»• .«! MANY .* I let broad forehead.' la the reign o£ James Buchaiiw he wa^Ayci^proiimient politician. ^{'V' 'As a stump speaker he" had few equals. ^3o mmsm CARDS AND LIQUOft Wlfl!! TWO Tioc nritton lpn/lincr nrii^lM. fftr mnnv Hflllv has written leading ^articles for many daily newspapers, and he is & thorough political ^economist. Time had evidently treated him harshly. He loq^ed like an old burdock, burr gone toseed. His Shabby coat was buttoned tight to his throat, but not tigl»t"*onongh to hide the dirty flannel undershirt beneath it, for he wore neither collar-nor muslin gar ment. His shoes were cracked, and his soft felt hat was much, the worse for wear.. There was not the slightest trace of dissipation about him. He seemed downcast and lost in thought. I Atalossto^accotmt for the change in his appearance, we invited him to dine. He took a potato salad andsomebeer, but was moody and reserved. He would not talk about him­ self, and he cored not to, ta...

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. — 30 July 1886

EVERYTHING GOES This Was the Shibboleth of the Citi­ zens Who Gathered at the Mass Meeting. They Instruct the Council to Submit the Great and Far Reach in? Question To Bond tor Water Works, Sewer­ age, and Floating-the Out­ standing Debt. The Chilling Winds Have Gone and the Atmosphere is More Summerlike. A Young Man is Tarred and Feath­ ered at Coal Harbor For Careless Wooing. The City Council Does Not Act on the Bond Question, Lack­ ing a Quorum. "Michael T." in Court—The Dog Nuisance Personal and General. Now You've Got It. Once more the question will come before the sove«eign people—the great free-born, open-handed people—for settlement, and at the polls of a special election, provided a special election is called, the question of bonds will be settled. Pursuant to a call of the council a number of citizens met in the Atheneum last Tues­ day to consider the bond question. Mayor Hunt was elected chairman of the meeting and City Clerk Barrett, secretary. The first to address the m...

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. — 6 August 1886

VOL. 4. NO.9 THE WEATHER. HIGHAX OFFICTC, BIBUABCK, Aug. 5. Telegraphic observations taken at the same momentof time at all stations, 9 p. m., local standard time. STATIONS. Ther. Wind. Weathei. Bismarck. Bnford Helena Custer. Aseinaboine. 66 67 75 75 78 N N Fair Fair Clear Clear Clear E 8W DAILY LOCAL MXANS. Manmnm' thermometer, 78 minimum ther­ mometer, 54 mean thermometer, 62 rainfall, .01 inch. LIGHTS -tND SHADOWS. M. H. JEWELL, the chubby, sawed-off proprie­ tor of this paper, has been elected treasurer of the North Dakota editorial association, and al­ though we do not know the exact figures of the fabulous amount with which he haB beeft en­ trusted, we have ordered a special car and a brass band and in a few weeks the entire staff will leave for a vacation and excursion. While it must be admitted that the honored proprietor should have been home two days ago, we resent the imputation that he has gone to Canada. AN exchange speaks of "offensive bathing fash­ ions" at the water...

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. — 6 August 1886

2 SjW'/-^ &3 It A* V.. THE^RADE DOLIi^tl. the Passage of the Surplus Beso Tipde lotion the ^WM Elevated K* && itfWtlie^ ftfc ver Dollar—The S)r-fi5 -IM—s*— f|$Pnblie Pa^Rm^)S»^ Resignation—His Probable Suc ^,4 cessor. n. AAWA^AitTr i^nvm'nii A«I««o mh^^u.K eeretary Bayard Orders a Tbotfonifh Investigation of the Mexican Outrage. I 0- SENATE. THE SURPLUS RESOLUTION WAiHiNGjxdN, July 80.—The senate' re- Ruined consideration of the house joint res ,1 olutiou directing the payment of the sur- sorted and A Pi'1®in the treasury on the public debt, and sizzle wan $S$^^was addressed by Mr. Teller in continua "tion of the speech begun by him yesterday in favor of the original resolution and against the amendment reported by the senate committee on finance. 'A After considerable debate the resolntion -was passed—yeas, 42 nays, 20. •••j The resolution as passed is as follows: Be it enacted, etc., that whenever the surplus or balanc&in the treasury, includ­ ing the amount held f...

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. — 6 August 1886

5 THE DETROITS, f0r V.I tHE LEADING CLUB IN OUR GREAT NATIONAL GAME. f/, Portraits of "De«con" White and the of the "Big Four "•The Pitcher of the Pretzel" Curve and the Left- Banded Pitcher. o- The great interest in our national game' centers this reason in the Detroit (Mich.) baseball club, who now leads in the race for the championship of the National league, which includes the present champions, the Chicaeos, a'so clubs from New York, Boa ton, Philadelphia, Washington, St Louis and Kansas City. The Detroit club now consists of fourteen men, who are said to be the strongest com­ bination of players and beaviest batsmen ever brought together. The organization created considerable of a stir last fall by buying out the Buffalo club and retaining four of the best players, Brouther-, White, Richardson and Rowe, now famous as the big four. Much of the success of the pres­ ent nine is due to this quartet No player in the country is better known than Dennis Brouihers, their first baseman...

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. — 6 August 1886

•& %Y I BT M.- •afWlBftL •mate DAILY iBtisimiE. Published every morning, saarok, Batottib ddifttw b/( JIG-.X The DAILY TRIBUNE, like &E weekly editl eont itaining the tol^assboiAted press dispatohes, hi fe/' a desirable pdvertielng medltim through which to ».a£? reach all nothwea tern towns and miutaiy' posts remote from railroad lines. Bent Ri- & fc?V K® l&ftl M- 4*' U, & $ Ifh W'FT -'V a !. bBia- I parts BCBsoBtrridN sissis: m*...,., *j»Uy one Dt 1J JO SSy three mouths, postage paid, S 00 Daily ei* months, postage paid, vB QO Daily oneyear, postage paid, --10 00 j$J THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE, ^$||f| Bight pases, containing® summary of toeWiipi'of the week, both foreign and local published every Arita, smtj BrtMe rear92:uxmong& 11 (hramonths,7Soenta. The WKKKtt TilBBSXis the. oldest paper 111 North Dakota, and the aim is .made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs^ Its oirocu Jation Is largejsoth In the fapritory and the States, 1 mli) The DAELY TBIBU...

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. — 6 August 1886

Secr$t»|y Bay render of -•*s the' "J I -t ive Ke terely Criticises For D61ibe^atel$r Sur- ttingrfrom Demo- Members !n Leffis- .• At Fotti^ O'eiock^Yesterday Afternoon Both Houses oftiortgress Ad $ 4 3 in $ SENATE. 11 'y,t.i -n •', CONCERNING THE YEI.IIOWSTONE PA.KK. & thgqoVerence commit­ tee onTEhe smid1*y civil appropriation bill, reported that the committee had been una­ ble to agree. In reference to the Yellow stonepafliltem MpPlumb d!®%,redthat the psyrk was in t% hands |M*.a iWmopoly. Mr. ^egt said the Statement was incorrect He had Ijpen not^djime and again that unless he .withdrew We opposition to the scheme to. build antflrbad through the park the park- would-^e broken up^ The railroad coihpany had a lobby in Washing­ ton composed ot newspaper correspond­ ents and others, who: wjere engaged in as­ sailing senators and attacking their char­ acter. After further discussion the senate, on motion of Mr. Vest, insisted, specially on its disagreement to the Yellowstone park i...

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. — 6 August 1886

1 -:y\ pi-- 6 1 .v §V VV 1 1 vl?, DRAGGED IN. 3. #.•,•, The Trnaat Stragglers of. News ,v„ Dragged Lazily Into Hill. 7 S *bM(i+kX* v'-f- A Report That Fort A. Jjincoln Is to I Be i»haQ4oned Has Been Re I ceived. 'Vi Notes, Gommentsand Gossip Found Daring a Quiet, Balmy ^4 A -'?-v Day. Michael T, Released—A Serenade Personal and Uiseellanjeops Mention. What Does This Mean? The following Washington telegram ap­ pears in the Fargo Republlcaii of Thurs­ day evening: WASHINGTON, July 29.—The war department has decided to abandon Fort Lincoln as a mili­ tary poet, and remave the garrison to other points. The fort lies west of the Missouri river, and two miles from Bismarok. The necessity for the poet has disappeared. Captain Forbes, com­ pany F, Fifth infantry, will be retained to look after the publio property and stores until re­ moval. The remaining troops are being already removed. The post was established in 1871, and was at one time under command of General Cos­ ter. This telegram w...

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. — 6 August 1886

PEOP iwraa 5* 1 1 The 8 tarnm& nuous an Delight- m'Wou ful Reso Little Sea Urchins— Porpoises. rs NEW YoBKj rides toilets at^.tbe thing more wd^iisotne robes, particular fc dividuals to ing the bath tbut things be know any nsive ward prefer in watch- ther dov I button Seaside resorts are not all alike. Once in awhile one finds one after its own kind, and not constructed entirely on the established plan. I ran down to Brielle, N. J., the other day, having heard that it was a place where you had both the sea and the country—a rare and radiant combination. And such I found it. Green fields are all about it to the south, west and north, and on the east the sea. The click of the reaper, the kine in pasture, the scent of new mown hay, and a picturesque orchard dose to the wayside give it the time flavor of the country, while the sea, the sea, "the deep heaving sea," hath its own endless joys ever, at hand. Where is Brielle? I didn't know myself until recently, because it is only four ...

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. — 6 August 1886

I I 8 u" is Has Gome and "Gone' Witiioot Acci­ dents or Startling Features—1^ Ji Good In Crossing the Missouri Tftiy^r—A Sad Ending of a Fam- ily Quarrel. Prof. And so the graphic gentleman continued until Mr. Bristow Interrupted to describe the magnificence of the petrified forests and the paradisean beauty of the gaudy plumaged birds which perch upon -the trees. "While strolling alone in a sylvan grove one day, I was enchanted by the most beautiful melodies, and gazing up into the leafy bower above me, I saw the rich brown head, of a strange and beautiful bird. Its songs were uke the harmonious warbling of a whole tribe of feathery songsters, deep and mellow, and as soothing as the murmuring of a quiet river. I was about to sit down when my feet were pulled from beneath me and 1 fell to the ground. It was then I discov­ ered that had been standing upon the tail of the magnificent bird, whose head was thirty feet above me in the tree. The .tail drooped from the limb of the tree to ...

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. — 13 August 1886

9P" fWS a,--r.\ 4 WM $ ,F \T v. IV LIGHTS AND SHADOWS. PJEBHAPS WK'SE WBONG. It is iiow stated that Cole Younger is by far the ablest ofthe brothers and is the favorite preacher in tae Stillwater priBon, where he expounds gos­ pel evBry Sunday. We are surprised, that with the large number of preachers in the peniten­ tiary, Cole Younger should be the favorite. We deeply deplore this tendency to bring a new re­ form into' the pulpit. A few months ago the min­ isters of God's gospel were set to chewing to­ bacco, studying up on slang phrases and negro minstrel jokes by the success of Bam Jone3 and Bam Small, bat for heaven's sake, let it stop at that. We can get along with oar ministers com­ mitting such small breaches of old fogy etiquette as these, but for the sake of oar wives and chil­ dren, don't make ffre good preachers believe that they've got to go around pumping lead into peo­ ple, robbing banks and "holding np" travelers to make a suocess in the pulpit. Ah, stop! Perhaps we'...

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. — 13 August 1886

.. .?*•• |l Slf lit r?v w- pfe- wiv fen & SPARKS' ORDER. Contmfosioner of lud Office Defines the •wvJier Cutting Question. Partial List of the Nominations That Were Not Confirmed by-,/' the Late Senate. Plnobihilities Are That IW Min­ neapolis & Pacific will Beach Bismarck Soon. Jfetroftum Discovered Near Chicago— The Crimes and Casaulties oi a Day. BEJBCTBD NOMINATIONS. WASHHWDION, p. Jourthr—Every owner or manager of a •anrasxQ^. other persons felling* or remov mg timber under the provisions of this act, stall keep a record oi all the timber so cut or removed, stating the time when cut, names of parties cutting, sale, or in charee ai irorfe and describing the land whence autbylegali subdivisions, if surveyed, and as near a& possible if not surveyed, with a statement of the evidence upon which it is olaimed the land is mineral in character: and stating also the kind and quality of lumber manufactured therefrom, together with the names of parties to whom any such timber ...

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. — 13 August 1886

i^fP ?AS:- it A! DOWN THE OHIO RIVER '•%**, BURQ TO PORKOPOLIS, 'llSgl' 'tin HMN an* Pencil PITTS- Sketched—Three Daya on a Back "Wheeler—A Village Aflo»Wa» Harmonlte and the Hoop Pole District "Ohio Gr&pe Orowon* LEFT Pittsburg early in the evening amid a cloud of dense smoke. Itis rather an uncom­ mon occurrence to arrive in or depart tram that city un­ der any other cir miltinlwTOXCL All about the long wharves, wherever it seemed possible forthem to squeeee "^r in, the steamboats mire puffing oat volumes of black smoke from a veritable forest of tell smokestacks. The condition of affairs upon land was similar. The great furnaces along the base of Mount Washington vied with each other in power to emit the greater amount of smoke and fire from their long line of chimneys. Some one, when taken to the summit of Mount Wash­ ington and shown what could be seen of Pitts­ burg, tnHy said, "It looks like h—11 with the lid off." We had taken passage upon one of the larg­ est of the riv...

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. — 13 August 1886

."/! V'" piy.V. -y Sp^-' F/ij-V: tj0' iff3. J8S BT M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILT TRIBUNE, ibllnhed every morning, except Monday, at Bta Dakota, is dellrerod by oarrier to all part# lu&te ntsr The wAAk. Orfilnar month. Pthe oityat-25oent8 per week, or $1 per mon*h. SUB8GBIPTION BATES: Oaii one mon.1 Daily three months, postage Daily six months, postage Daily one year, pofetage ^''B^ht|agee. oontainihg a the week, ftiday, sent postage yc*m, «u ouj muivn g8»*itf»jalx months, $1 three months, 75 cents. :&M"The DAILY TBIBUNE, sent to $&• "fl r.,.1 '-"'•iji-Vi .'.-,'. like the. weekly edition, eontainiogthe fall associated press dispatches, 1b a deeirqble advertising medium through which to reach aUnothwestem towns and military posts temote from railroad lines. The DAILY TBIBUNE will be found on file at the (Was ud news The general eastern-advertising agent of the "'J A.' F. Richardson, Boom 85, Tribune Tew York. All advertisements for the east of Illinois should be A WORD tO THE DA...

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. — 13 August 1886

Vi & 4 1 Mt I j"b I ALL THE NEWS. fr'-H No Startling Fe&inres to Rc|$rtin the Mexican Matter—Cat- The Wisconsin Forest Fires he Northern Fart 3 DA otan HanIajoidul»'er8 •tnl'l.V Horse ceidents. ers an 'laTjvi !-"$ j!'. tary_FaIrcH13 0n8 afternbSnissued "the The W bonds vlllB'WM^raMfS^sdri^'iE the 15th dayje^tteptexntfef,! 3886. RECEIPTS OF THE GOVERNMENT. "The receipts of thestovernmeut since "^ulyjjgt have been nearly 84,000,000 In ex­ cess of the receipfcsduring the same period of last year. Tbij ihcrfiase was.. about $2, 000,000 from customs and about $1*800,000 from the internal revenue. These figures are said to beiudicative of a good state of business G.S..2 Tept^nted ^Solicitor epart ,t of All the vd^tar at the cabinet mi Genereal "3tspk ment of jiiiina Attorney General was mainly devoted to the consideration of the Mexican question and the financial policy of the administration. enCKfe Garland.. The session ISSUING PATENTS. 1 The commissioiier:6f the general land off...

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. — 13 August 1886

NEWS AND COMMENT. The August Days Glide Calmly By, With Pure, Fresh Winds %_ and Balmy Air. The Crooks Thrown Off by Cole v. Make Themselves Felt While in the City. James Eeenan is Appointed Deputy Collector of Cnstoms at the Port of Bismarck. Ward Still Lives—Personal and Mis­ cellaneousNotes, News and Gossip. Bwpiat tb* HarrMti Bismarck is now reaping the harvest sown by allowing a gang of "fakers" to 'ca^ry on their violations of law in open air, in the light of the noonday sun and under the gaze of officers and citizens. The harvest thus far consists of a very rank crop of spurious silver dollars which have been garnered by unsuspecting business men and citizens. One of the dollars has fallen into the hands of Mr. Ole Holt, and this was seen. Friday afternoon by a TRIBUNEITE. It is as dull and lifeless as any counterfeit ever seen in these parts. While one is prone to believe that a man who accepts should receive no sympathy, it should be remembered that the crime of the swindle...

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