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Hans Wiguer, stopped on Dec. 19
in South African waters by the British
gunboat Fearless and ordered to go to
Port Elizabeth to unload, after leaving
the contraband specified by the British
authorities, has proceeded on her way to
Delago Bay.
Hundred Thousand Signatures.
BRUSSELS, Jan. 26.—Nearly 100,000
signatures have been appended to the
address promoted by Charles Le Jeune
and other members of the Universal
Peace Society, asking President McKin
ley to mediate, which will be forwarded
to Washington in the course of a fort­
night.
In Honor of the Judiciary.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.—President and
Mrs. McKinley gave a brilliant recep­
tion at the White House in honor of the
judiciary. There was a very large at­
tendance, about 2,500 guests having
been invited, including a large portion
of residents and many out of town vis­
itors.
Colonists Heturn From Cuba.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26.—Among the pas­
sengers who arrived on the Munson line
steamship Curitiba from Neuvitas,
Cuba, were returning colonists from La
Gloria, all apparently discouraged with
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.—Commander
Richard Wainwright, who was in charge
of the gallant Gloucester at the battle
cf Santiago, was presented with a
sword of honor and a silver service by a
committee representing the citizens of
the District of Columbia in the Colum­
bia theater during the afternoon.
Influenza Rages at Bennes.
PARIS, Jan. 26.—Influenza is raging
in Rennes. Fifteen thousand persons
are down with the disease, of whom
1,200 are soldiers. Several government
departments are almost disorganized,
notably the post telegraph.
Germany Has a Sugar Trust.
BERLIN, Jan. 26.—The Vossische Zei
tung claims that the sugar trust is now
fully established and that 260 out of the
400 sugar refineries in Germany have
joined the combination.
Oaman Digna at Sues.
SUEZ, Jan. 26.—Osman Digna, the
principal general of the late TOiftlifa Ab­
dullah, who was recently taken prisoner
by the British, has been brought here.
Arguing the Lumber Bate.
ST. PAUL, Jan. 26.—The railroad com­
mission has heard arguments of five
roads in favor of an increase on the hun­
ter rate of 1 cent ner hnndrod pounds.
Dowager Empress Scents Danger.
PEEIN, Jan. 26.—The dowager em­
press gave audience during the day
to high officials of the empire who bnri
been summoned by special decree to
fonfer with her. The object of the con­
ference was the formulation of plans of
defense in anticipation of threatened
danger.
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POLITICAL DIRECTORY
REPUBLICAN.
National Committeeman—W. H. Robinson,
Mkywlie.
Republican State Committee—W. H. Robin­
son, chairman, Mayvlile M. H. Jewell,
secretary, Bismarck. Members by dis­
tricts—1, Judson LaMoure, Pembina 2,
O. M. Corwln, St Thomas 3, Roger Allln,
Grafton 4, Gunder Olson, Grafton 5, J.
H. Matthews, Larlmore 6, Frank Vlets,
Grand Forks 7, W. J. Anderson, Grand
Forks 8, O. S. Hanson, Buxton 0, N.
Davis, Fargo 10, Geo. D. Brown, Wild
Rice 11, E. Young, Tower City 12, J.
F. Shea, Wahpeton 13, J. F. Devlin,
Cayuga 14, Ed Fierce, Sheldon 15, A. H.
Gray, Valley City 16, David Bartlett,
Cooperstown 17, T. J. Balrd, Lakota 18,
P. McHuglt, Langdon 19, C. I. F. Wag­
ner, Rolla 20, A. J. F. Volgt, Oberon
21, A. O. Whipple, Devils Lake 22, C.
McLachlan, New Rockford 23, A. H.
Ellsworth, Jamestown 24, H. M. Jones,
LaMoure 25, T. F. Marshall, Oakes 26,
D. R. Streeter, Williamsport 27, E. S.
Allen, Bismarck 28, F. W. Cathro, Bot­
tineau 29, R. W. Davidson, Minot 30,
H. G. Voss, Mandan 31, A. C. McGll
Uvray, Dickinson at large, E. C. Cooper,
Grand Forks.
DEMOCRATIC.
National Committeeman—I. P. Baker, Bis
mflrck
Democratic State Central Committee—Thos.
Kleinogle, chairman, Fargo E. C. Car
ruth, secretary, Grand Forks J. W. Von
Neida, treasurer, Fargo members by dis­
tricts—1, E. Mussell, Drayton 2, M.
Brynjolfson, Cavalier 3,. James Irwin,
Park River 4, W. J. Graham, Grafton
5, O. H. Phillips, Larimore 6, J. B.
Mooney, Grand Forks 7, John Murphy,
Thompson 8, John Carmody, HUlsboro
9, Thos. Klelnogel, Fargo 10, Frank Bie
ber, Casselton 11, Enos Gray, Embden
12, Max Wlpperman, Wahpeton 13, W.
C. Forman. Forman 14, M. L. Engel, Lis­
bon 15, Hugh McDonald, Valley City
16, W. T. McCullogh, Jessie 17, F. A.
Ragders, Lakota 18, H. D. Allert, Lang­
don 19, Ed LeBarge, St. John 20, J. B.
Reynolds, Rugby 21, John Barton, Devils
Lake 22. J. D. Faxton, Carrington 23,
A. Blewett, Jamestown 24. A. E. Gard­
ner, Edgeley 25, Ed. N. Leiby, Ellen dale
26, H. S. Wood, Steele 27, Frank Reed,
Bismarck 28. G. W. Poague, Towner 29,
Ed Kelly, Minot 30, J. A. McDougal,
Mandan 31, Frank Llsh, Dickinson.
INDEPENDENT.
Independent State Committee—Frank J.
Thompson, chairman, Fargo: D. W.
Clark, secretary, Valley City.—members
by districts—1, Joseph Morrison, Drayton
2,P. H. McMillan, Hamilton 3, D. E.
Towle, Park River 4, Ed. R. Sinkler,
Grafton 5, J. W. Bailey, Inkster 6,
Peter Stoughton, Stoughton 7, J. F. Wil­
liams, Grand Forks 8, E. L. Slme, May­
vlile 9, F. J. Thompson, Fargo 10, H. M.
Peterson, Horace 11, Walter Mulr, Hun­
ter 12. Iver Casperson, Walcott 13, R.
McCarten, Cogswell 14, A. L. Whipple,
Lisbon 15, W. N. Campbell, Valley City
16, F. Greenland, Cooperstown 10, O. G.
Major, Hope 17, Oliver Knudson. Michi­
gan City 18, James Doble, Daniels 19,
25, D. W. Coleman, EUendale 27, A. E.
Preston, Bismarck 28, Matt Eldsness,
Towner 28, John Cudhie, Willow City
30, Charles Harris, Harmon 30, Frank
Wilder, Mandan 31, F. M. Thompson,
Hebron.
TJ. S. Commissioners—J. A. Montgomery,
Fargo O. M. Fraser, Grafton Fred W.
McLean, Langdon Peter J. McClory,
Devils Lake Cortland R. Gailfus, Rolla
James R. Gage, Bismarck: James A. Mur­
phy, Jamestown R. M. Carothers, Grand
Forks Chas. Adler, Lakota James V.
Brooke, Cando M. J. Barrett, Minot
John W. Maher, Devils Lake F. L.
Thompson, Cando C. J. Maddux, New
Rockford John H. Wlshek, Ashley W.
D, McCllntock, Rugby A. J. Covell,
Sykeston Edward W. Bo wen, Forman
Mark Hawker, Bottineau E. L. Rich*
mond, Mlnnewaukan H. M. Jones,
LaMoure.
References In Bankruptcy—Daniel B. Holt,
Fargo H. L. Whittled, Grand Forks.
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STATE DIRECTORY.
Executive Department—Frederick B. Fag
cher, governor, Bismarck Thomas
Poole, private secretary Bessie Wag­
goner, stenographer.
Joseph M. Devine, lieutenant governor,
Moure.
Department of State—Fred Falley, Bis­
marck, secretary Frank Lawrence, dep­
uty Belle Dietrich, clerk.
Auditor's department—A. N. Carlblom, aud­
itor, Bismarck A. D. Lucas, deputy
L. Green, clerk.
Treasurer's Department—D. W. Driscoll,
treasurer, Bismarck M. iM. Cook, deputy
J. B. Cook, clerk.
Insurance Department—Geo.
W.
Fisk, Grand Forks Second district, D. E.
'Morgan, Devils Lake Third district,
Charles A. Pollock, Fargo Fourth dls
W. S. Lauder, Wahpeton Fifth district,
S. L. Glaspell, Jamestown Sixth district,
W. H. Winchester, Bismarck Seventh
district, O. E. Sauter, Grafton.
Terms of Supreme and U. S. Courts—Su­
preme court, March term: Fourth Tues­
day in March at Fargo, and second Tues­
day in April at Bismarck: September
term: Third Tu
Tuesday in September at
1 first Tuesday in Octo-
Grand Forks, and
ber at Bismarck.
United States Court—At Bismarck, first
Tuesday March Devils Lake, first
Tuesday in July Fargo, third Tuesday in
November.
Militia—Commander-in-chief, Governor F.
B. Fancher, Bismarck adjutant general,
E. S. Miller. Bismarck.
MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS AND OFFI­
CERS.
Oil Inspectoi-P. B. Wlckham, Glenullln.
State Examiner—H. A. Langlle, Bismarck
deputy, R. E. Wallace, Bismarck, and W.
A. Dillon, Bismarck.
Commissioner of Irrigation and Forestry—
W. W. Barrett, Churchs Ferry.
uelty to
State Agent Prevention of Cruelty
mala—Mrs. F. C. Holley, Bismarck.
States Circuit Courts—J. A. Montgomery,
Fargo, N. D.
Deputy Clerks—R. D. Hoskins, Bismarck
H. N. Hamilton, Grand Forks D. G.
Duell, Devils Lake.
Surveyor General—E. A. Williams, Bis­
marck.
National Bank Examiner—W. A. Gordon,
Grand Forks.
Collector of Customs—N. E. Nelson, Pem­
bina.
Deputy United States Revenue Collectors—
P. W. Hennessey, Grand Forks .Dan Mc­
Millan, Jamestown.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICERS.
Bismarck—A. C. McGillivray, register
John Satterlund, receiver.
Grand Forks—E. H. Kent, register C. L.
Lindstrom, receiver.
Devils Lake—H. E. Balrd, receiver Ole
Serumgaard, register.
Fargo—D. C. Tufts, receiver C. N. Valen­
tine, register.
Minot—A. L. Hanscom, receiver T. E. Ols
gaard, register.
CONGRESSIONAL.
United States Senators—Henry C. Hans
brough. Devils Lake, N. D. Porter J.
McCumber, Wahpeton, N. D.
Representative in Congress—B. F. Spalding,
Fargo, N. D.
STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
First Judicial District—J. M. Smith, Em
erado.
Second Judicial District—W. D. McClln­
tock, Rugby.
Third Judicial District—D. A. McLaren,
Maple ton.
Fourth Judicial District—J. P. Williamson,
Havana.
Fifth Judicial District-W. S. Hyde,' Han
naford,
Sixth Judicial District—T. S. Underhill, An­
telope.
Seventh Judicial District—Ole Axvlg, Mil­
ton.
TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.
Agricultural College—Roger Allln, Grafton
Henry J. Rusch, Fargo W. H. Robinson,
Mayvlile R. S. Lewis, Buffalo Geo. E.
Osgood, Fargo Alex Stern, Fargo E. M.
Warren, LaMoure.
Deaf and Dumb Asylum—A. O. Whipple,
Devils Lake L. A. Larson, Rugby H.
A. Nicholson, Crary.
Blind Asylum—J. T. Blacklock, Hamilton
John Mager, Wallhalla Herbert L.
Holmes, Bathgate Benjamin' James,
Bathgate J. B. Robinson, Bathgate.
State School of Forestry—S. F. Swenson,
McKinney Lorenzo D. Dana, Bottineau
Hans A. Rothgarn, Willow City.
State Hospital for the Insane—Anton Fried,
Wimbledon C. H. Shlels, Edgeley
Harry Cornwall, Eldrldge Chas. Mc
Lachlan, -,New Rockford W. A. Murphy,
Necbe*
Industrial School—T. W. Millham, EUen­
dale B. R. Crab tree, Ellendale Thomas
Faus, Ellendale John Shvunan, Mllnor
Chas. J. Sturgeon, Edgeley.
Mayvlile Normal School—C. M. Johnson,
Dwight N. D. Nelson, Mayvlile B. S.
Russell, Jamestown E. T. Sarles, HUls­
boro Henry Rlchter, Everest
Valley City Normal School—Nels Larson,
Dazey Amasa P. Peake, Valley City M.
B. Cassell, Sherbrooke O. T. Sherping,
Enderlln J, Henry Plath, Jr., Davenport
State Penitentiary—John F. Fort Bismarck
Edward Braddock, Williamsport J. D.
Moulder, Fargo R. J. Turner, Gladstone
Geo. William Stevenson, Mandan.
Soldiers' Home—Edwin Southard, Grafton
Maurice I. Brown, Lisbon E. C. Gearey,
Fargo Harris Gardner, Lisbon John D.
Black, Valley City.'
State Reform School—C. A. Heegaard, Man­
dan A. P. Folsom, Dickinson Henry
Gilbert, Sentinel Butte C. A. Kinney,
University of North Dakota—H. T. Helge
son, Milton Stephen Collins, Grand
Forks Wm. McBride, St. Thomas Wm.
Budge, Grand Forks David Bartlett
Cooperstown.
Veterinary Medical Examiners—J. J. Clary,
Vei
Dickey J. N. Sheppard, Park River e'.
J. Davidson, Grand Forks.
Dental Examiners—Louis S. Irgens, Valley
City: R. B. Foster, Grand Forks: H. L.
Starling, Fargo H. S. Bowles, Wahpeton
D. B. McLean, Jamestown.
Medical Examiners—I. N. Wear, Fargo: H.
M. Wheeler,_Grand Forks p. Xylan)
Sheldon H. Rutledge, Grand Forks
F. Hobart, Oakes vH. J. Rowe, Cawelton
W. B. DePuy, Grafton.
State Board of Pharmac.
men, Grafton: W. S. Parker, Lisbon H.
wr. jhhmf
Harrison,
commissioner, Bismarck T. J. Harris,
deputy Mae Hanscom, stenographer.
Legal Department—John F. Cowan, attor­
ney general, Bismarck John F. Phil
brick, assistant.
{Department of Public Instruction—John G.
Halland sup«*lntendent, Bismarck Will
M. Cocnran, deputy Simon Jahr, clerk
Margaret H. Davidson, stenographer.
Bureau of Labor and Statistics—H. U.
Thomas, commissioner of agriculture and
labor, Bismarck O. O. Johnson, deputy.
Commisslonfers. of Railroads—John Simons,
Valley City, chairman L. L. Walton, Le
mert Henry Erlckson, Towner W. A.
Stickley, secretary, Bismarck.
Land Department—Board of University and
School Lands comprises the superintend­
ent of pubUc instruction, governor, attor­
ney general, secretary of state, state aud­
itor: JL). J. Laxdal, commissioner, Bismarck
C. L. Merrick, Deputy Walter Brown, clerk
Wm. LaMoure, stenographer.
Department of Justice—State Supreme
Court—J. M. Bartholomew, chief justice,
Bismarck Alfred Wallin, associate jus­
tice, Fargo N. C. Young, associate jus­
tice, Fargo R. D. Hoskins, clerk of su­
preme court, Bismarck J. M. Cochrane,
reporter of supreme court, Grand Forks.
District Judges—First District, Charles J.
AnI-
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State Board of Equalization--Governor,
auditor, attorney general, commissioner
of agriculture and labor and treasurer.
Sessions at capltol, first Tuesday in Aug­
ust of each year.
Historical Commission—Governor, auditor,
secretary of state, commissioner of agri­
culture and labor, Wm. H. Morehead and
the president of the North Dakota His­
torical Society (Col. C. A. Lounaberry.)
FEDERAL OFFICIALS.
United States Circuit Judges—Hon. H. C.
Caldwell, Little Rock, Ark. Hon. Walter
H. Sanborn, St. Paul, Minn. Hon. AmoS
M. Thayer, St Louis, Mo.
United States District Judge—Hon. Chas.
F. Amldon, Fargo, N. D.
United States Marshal—John E. Haggart,
Fargo, N. D.
United States Attorney—P. H. Rourke, Lis­
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Pharmacy—H. L. Haussa
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Health—John F, Cowan, at-
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trlcV-S W. Teal, Oakes Fifth district—
C. N. Ferrler, Jamestown Blxth district—
Wm.
Maddn, Mandan Seventh dlBtrtot—
A. F. Elliott Mil ton: Eighth district—R.
H. Tr«cy, Steele Ninth district-®*. W.
Tompkins, Oberon.
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[Through GarRoutej
SAINT PAUL,
AMD
MINNEAPOLIS
NEW YORK,
NEW ENGLAND,
BOSTON,
MONTREAL,
QUEBEC,
ONTARIO,
MICHIGAN,
NEW BRUNSWICK,
NOVA SCOTIA.
[Through Sleepers to Bostofl.
F. D. UNDERWOOD,
flaunt IUiu«er, Mlnn«|ioH«.
W. R. CALLAWAY,
flaunt Funnier Agtnt, mna—pctK
W. 8. THORN,
^'A:!V£."6^c./",
Pmimiih»
laMit
MTHWESILiu. iK&vMas Afi£
••North-Western" Advertiser?
I* the Shortest and Best Route t»
CHICAGO and the BAST
via
MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL
And also, the equipment of its trains is the most
modern of the car builder's art, embodying all
She luxuries, oomforts and necessaries or travel.
"HE lOSTH-VESTEB) LUTET
(aoth Century Train)
electric lighted both inside and out. and
Jquipped with handsome bufiefc-smoking-llbrars
ear, compartment and standard sleepers, free
chair car and modern day coach and on whicb
BO EXTRA FARE is charged. It makes conne
•ions at Minneapolis and St. Paul with Northern
Pacific, Great Northern, and "Soo-Paciflc'
grains and leaves daily Minneapolis 7 SOp.
Bt. Paul 8.10 p. m. and arrives Chicago 9.30 a.
For berth reservations, rates, folders an£
ilustrated booklet FBB.E of the "Finest Trains
jn the. World," call at or address Ticket
Dfflcea 418 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis 89t
Sobert St., St. Paul 405 West Superior St.
Dulnth, or address T. W. Teasdalb. OeneraJ
Passenger Agent, St Pail. Minn.
FINEST TRAINS
ON EARTH FROM
St. Paul
And
Minneapoii
To
St. Louis.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED
AND STEAM
HEATED.
Merchants Hotel.
After ten years of absence, I
have again taken charge of the
old reliable Merchants, land have
refitted and folly equipped the
same with baths, steam heat and
all modern improvements. I so­
licit the continuance of the pat.
rotiage of the public, and espe­
cially my friends in the Dakotas
find Minnesota, who have so
long made the Merchants theii
St. Paul home.
Latest Dakota and Minnesota,
papers on file.
Kates, $2.00 and $2.50 with
bath, $3.00, I have added the
European plan for those who
desire it, at from $1.00 to $1.50:
with bath, $2.00.
tefKfl"point*0in °f
vice
.. ... Health
—Dr. H. D. Quarry, Grand Forks.
District Veterinarians— First district—J. B.
Proprietor.
This paper will always be toud
av Mwchaats readto, reoau.
United States Map,
ffr A copy of onr liandsomcmap
ffi incha#, priniod in tour color* and
ntouoied on a roller, will be sent id
V™ tmj address ou receipt or IJ
P»t»l
Ceuu
or exproMmoney order. We cann^fe
GEO. P. LYMAN Gen^'
faweager Aleat'c,, B. & N.

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