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MASONIC.
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Meets first and third Mondays in each
month at Masonic hall. J. W. Foley, W.
M. W. F. CocUtano, Secretary.
Tancred Commandery, Knights Templar,
Mo. 1. Meets {hlrd Thursday in each
month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block.
A. T. Patterson, E. C. 3. A. Barnes, Re­
corder.
Bismarck Chapter, Mo. 11, O £!. S.. Meets
first and third Fridays in each month at
Masonic hall, Dakota 'Block. Maggie
B. Phelps, W. M. Gertrude Miller, Secretary.
MACCABEES.
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cabeea meet first and third Mondays in
each month at A. O. TJ. W. hall in the Baker
Block. Florence M. Hoskins, Lady Comman­
der Erances Marcellus, Becord Keeper.
KNIGHTS OF FTTHIAS.
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Wednesday evening at Workman hall, Baker
Block. B. L. Best, C. C. John Bostrom,
K. of B. & S.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN,
Bismarck. Lodge, No. 120, Meets the
first and third Tuesday evenings of each
month at their hall in the Baker Block at
8 o'clock. J. H. Newton, M. W. C. E. Murrell
rocorder.
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National Committeeman—I. P. Baker, Bis
mn.w^,
Democratic State Central Committee—Thoa.
Klelnogle, chairman, Fargo E. C. Car
ruth, secretary, Grand Forks J. W. Von
Nelda, treasurer, Fargo members, by dis­
tricts—1, E. I. Mussell, Drayton 2, M.
Brynjolfson,. Cavalier _3, James Irwin,
Park River 4. W. J. Graham, Grafton
5, O. H. PhUlipg, Larimore 6. J. B.
Mooney, Grand Forks 7, John Murphy,
Thompson 8, John Carmody, HiUsboro
9, Thos. Klelnogel, Fargo 10, Frank Ble
ber, Casselton 11, Enos Gray, Embden
12, Max Wipperman, Wahpeton 13, W.
C. Form an. Forman 14, M. L. Engel, Lis­
bon 15, Hugh McDonald, Valley City
16, W. T. McCullogh, Jessie 17, F. A.
Ragdera, 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, Carrlngton: 23,
A. Blewett, Jamestown 24, A. E. Gard­
ner, Edgeley 25, Ed. N. Leiby, Ellendale
28, H. S. Wood, Steele 27, Frank Reed,
Bismarck 28. G. W. Poague, Towner 29,
Ed Kelly, Mlnot 30, J. A. McDougal,
Mandan 31, Frank Llsh, Dickinson.
INDEPENDENT.—
Independent State Committee—Frank J.
Thompson, chairman, Fargo p. W.
Clarit, secretary, Valley City.—members
by districts—1, Joseph Morrison, Drayton
2.P. H. McMillan, Hamilton 3, D. E.
Towle, Park River 4, Ed. R. SInkier,
Grafton 5, J. W. Bailey, Inkster 6,
Peter Stoughton, S tough toil 7, J. F. Wil­
liams, Grand Forks 8, E. L. Sime, May­
vllle 9, F. J. Thompson, Fargo 10, H. M.
Peterson, Horace 11, Walter Mulr, Hun-
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REPUBLICAN.
National' Committeeman—W. H. Robinson,
Maywlle.
Republican State Committee—W. H. Robin­
son, chairman, Mayvllle M. H. Jewell,
secretary, Bismarck. Menfcers by dis­
tricts—1, Judson LaMoure, Pembina 2,
O. M. Corwln, St Thomas 3, Roger Allin,
Grafton 4, Gunder Olson, Grafton 5, J.
H. Matthews, Larimore 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 18, J. F. Devlin,
Cayuga 14, Ed Pierce. Sheldon 15, A. H.
Gray, Valley City 16, David Bartlett,
Cooperstbwn 17,' T. J. Baird, Lskota 18,
Pi McHugh, Langdon 18, C. F. Wag­
ner, Rolla 20, A. J. F. Voigt,- Oberon
21, A. O. Whipple, TJevlls Lake 22, C.
McLachlap, .Now Rockford 23, A. H.
Ellsworth, Jamestown 24, H. M. Jones,
LaMoure 25, T. F. Marshall, Oakes 26,
D. R. Streeter, Wllliamsport 27, E. S.
,Allen, Bismarck 28, F. "W. Cathro, Bot
'tineaa 29,- R. W. Davidson, Mlnot 30,
H. G. Voss. Mandan 31, A. C. Mc0U
livray, Dickinson at large, E. C. Cooper,
Grand Forks.
DEMOCRATIC.
R.
ter 12. Iver Casperson, Walcott 13,
McCarten, Cogswell 14, A. L. Whipple,
Lisbon 15, W. N. Campbell, Valley City
16, F. Greenland, Cooperstown 10. 0. G.
Major, Hope: 17, Oliver Knudson. Mlchl-
rB.
City 18, James Doble, Daniels ,19,
McLeod, Willow City 22, P. D
Anderson,. Manfred 23, T. J. Eager,
Jamestown 24, A. W. Porter, Adrians
25, D. W. Coleman, EUendale 27, A. E.
Preston, Bismarck
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28, Matt Eidsness,
Towner 28, John Cudhle, Willow City
30, Charles Harris, Harmon 30, Frank
Wilder, Mandan 31, F. M. Thompson,
Hebron.
U. S. Commissioners—J. A. Montgomery,
Fans O. M, Fraser* Grafton Fred
w.
McLean, Langdon Peter J. McClory,
Devils Lake Cortland R. Gailfus, Rolla
Jamefe R. Gage, Bismarck James A. Mur­
phy, Jamestown R. M. Carothers, Grand
Forks Chas. Adler, Lakota James V.
Brooke, Can do M. J. Barrett, Mlnot
John W. Maher, Devils Lake F. L.
Thompson, Cando: C. J. Maddux, New
Rockford John H. Wlshek, Ashley W.
D. McCllntock, Rugby
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Sykeston Edward w. Bo wen, Forman
Mark Hawker, Bottineau E. L. Rich­
mond, Minhewauttan H. M. Jones,
Zj&Moure.
References in Bankruptcy—Daniel B. Holt,
Fargo H. L. Whlthed, Grand Forks.
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PATENTS PROCURED TIME PAVMENT8.
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STATE DIRECTORY.
Executive Department—Frederick B. Fan
cher, governor, Bismarck Thomas H.
Poole, private secretary Bessie Wag­
goner, stenographer.
Joseph M. Devlne, lieutenant governor, La-
Moure.
Department of State—Fred Falley, Bis
marok, Secretary Frank Lawrence, dep­
uty Belle Dietrich, clerk.
Auditor's department—A, N. Carlblom, aud­
itor, Bismarck A. D. Lucas, deputy H.
L. Green, clerk.
Treasurer's Department—D. W. Drlscoll,
treasurer, Bismarck M. 1M. Cook, deputy
J. B. Cook, clerk.
Insurance Department—Geo. W. Harrison,
commissioner, Bismarck T. J. Harris,
deputy Mae Hanscom, stenographer.
Legal Department—John F. Cowan, attor­
ney general, Bismarck John F. Ijnu
brick, assistant.
|D^artment of Public In%tructlon—John G.
Halland aunorlntendent, 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.
Commissioners ol Railroads—John Simons,
Valley City, chairman L.' L. Walt«jn, Le
mert Henry Erlckson, Towner W. A.
Stickley, secretary, Bismarck.
Land Department—Board of University ana
School Lands comprises the superintend­
ent of public Instruction, governor, attor­
ney general, secretary of state, state aud­
itor J). 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 Wallln, 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.
Flsk, Grand Forks Second district, D. E.
Morgan, Devils Lake Third district,
Charles A. Pollock, Fargo Fourth dis
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 Tuesday In September at
Grand Forks, and first Tuesday in Octo­
ber at Bismarck.
United States Court—At Bismarck, first
Tuesday in March Devils Lake, first
Tuesday in July Farg'o, third Tuesday in
November.
Militia—Commander-in-chief, Governor F.
B. Fancher, Bismarck adjutant general,
E. S: Miller. Bismarck.
MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS AND OFFI-
E S
Oil Inspector—P. B. Wlckham. Glenullln.
State Examiner—H. A. Langlie, Bismarck:
deputy, R. E. Wallace, Bismarck, and W.
A. Dillon, Bismarck.
Commissioner of Irrigation and Forestry-
W. W. Barrett, Churchs Ferry.
State Agent Prevention of Cruelty to Ani-
mals—Mrs. F. C. Holley, Bismarck.
State Board of Equatlzatlon—Governor,
auditor, attorney general, commissioner
of agriculture and labor and treasurer.
Sessions at capital, first Tuesday in Aug­
ust of each year.
Historical Commission—Governor, auditor,
secretary of states commissioner of agri­
culture and labor, Wm. H. Morehead and
the president of the North Dakota His­
torical Society (CoL C. A. Lounsberry.)
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.
F. Amldon, Fargo, N. D.
United States Marshal—John E,
P. W. Hennessey, Grand Forks Dan Mc­
Millan, Jamestown.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICERS,
Bismarck—A. C. McGlllivray, register
John Satterlund, receiver.
Grand Forks—E. H. Kent, register a L.
Llndstrom, receiver.
Devils Lake—H. E. Baird, receiver Ole
Serumgaard, register.
Fargor-D. C. Tufts, receiver C. N. Valen­
tine, register.
Mlnot—A. L.-Hanscom, receiver fT. 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.
STAT^ 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,
Mapleton.
Fourth Judicial District—J. P. Williamson,
Havana.
Fifth Judicial District—W. S. Hyde, Han
naford,
Sixth Judicial District—T. 8. Underbill, An­
telope.
Seventh Judicial District—Ole Axvlg, Mil­
ton.
TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.
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,
McKlnney Lorenzo D. Dana, Bottineau
Hans A. Rotbgarn, Willow City.
State Hospital for the Insane—Anton Fried,
Wimbledon C. H. Shiels, Edgeley
Harry Cornwall, Eldridge: Chas. Mc
I^chlan, New Rockford W. A. Murphy,
Industrial School—T. W. Mlllham, Ellen
dale B. R. Crab tree, Ellendale Thomas
Faus, Ellendale John Shuman, Milnor
Chas. J. Sturgeon, Edgeley.
Mayvllle Normal School—C. M. Johnson.
Dwight N. D. Nelson, Mayvllle B. S.
Sarles, HWIK
Russell, Jamestown E. T.
boro Henry Rlchter^ Everest,
''alley City N(
Valley City formal School—Nela Larson,
Dazey Amasa P. Peake, Valley City M.
B. Caasell, Sherbrooke Q. T. Sherping,
Enderlln J. Heniy Hath, jh, Davenport
State Penitentiary—John F. Fort, Bismarck:
Edward Braddock, Wllliamsport J, D.
Moulder, Fargo: R. Turner, Gladstone
Geo. William:Stevenson. Mandan..
Soldiers' Home— Edwin Southard. Grafton
Maurice I. Brown, Lisbon E. C. Gearey,
Fargo Harris Gardner, Lisbon John D.
Blade, Valley Qlty.
State Reform Bshool-42. A. Heegaard, Man­
dan A. P. Folaom, Dickinson Henry
Gilbert, Sentinel Butte C. A. Kinney,
Mandan.
Unlveralty^of^North D^ota—H. T. Helger
JTtephenStCMUns,Bartlett,
Grand
Bride.
Forks
de, Thomas Wm.
David
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irstown.
Veterlriary Medical Exainlners—J. J.
Dickey N-Sheppard,"Park.,River
J. Davidson, Grand Forks.
Dental Examiners—Louis 8. Irgens, Valley,
City: R. B. Fpster.jSwmd ^orks H. il
ii etarltag, VktgQi EL S.'Sowles, Wahpeton
D. B. McLean, Jamestown.
M^lcalI^aminerB--I. N. Wear, Fargo H.
M. Wheeler,_Grand Forks I. P. Aylen,
Sheldon H.^Rutledge, Grand Forks Wm.
J. Rowe, Casselton
•. W. R. DeS^y, Grafton.
State Board of Pharmacy—H. L. Hausea
men^Grafton W. S. Parker, Lisbon H.
ill U«MWU.
E. white, Jamestown,
Boud of
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Health—John F. Cowan, at
il, president, ex-ofBdo mem-*
ber "Wm. jJ. Musgrove, Grafton vice
praridflDt: Sun«*intendent Public Health
2—Dr. H. D. Quarry, Grand Forks.
District Veterinarians— First distriot-J. B.
Campbell, larimore: Second dlstrlct—W.
F. Crewe, Devils Lake Third district—T.
J^mestoyn Sixth distrtet—
A. F. Elliott, MUton] Eighth diatrlot—R,
WL Treacy, Steele Ninth dlsWct-F. W.
Tompkins, Oberon.
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United States Attorney—P. H. Rourke, Lis­
bon, N. D. deputy, E. S. AllenT Bis
marck.
Clerk of United States District and United
States Circuit Courts—J. A. Montgomery.
Fargo, N. D.
tDeputy 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—
iVKLEHS AK£
Advertiser^
89 tSie Shortest and Best Route
CHICAOO and the BAST
via
MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL
find also, the equipment of its trains is the most
aodern of the car builder's ait. embodying all
•be luxuries, comforts and necessaries of travel.
"THE HEW IQRTH-WESTERN LIMITED"
(a oth Century Train)
electric ^ghted both inside and out. and
iquipped with handsome butfet-smoking-librarj
ear. compartment and itandard sleepers, fret
Chair car and modern day coach and on whicb
ao. EXTRA FABB 1b charged. It makes connec
.i ona at Minneap olis and St. Paul with North e.-n
Pticifio, Great Northern, and "8oo-Paciflc'
tniins and leaves daily Minneapolis 7 80p. m:
&t Panl m. and arrivesChicapro9.30a.m
Kor berth reservations, rates, folders and
lustra ted booklet FREEof the "Kinest Train
:the World call at or adtirpss TickeC
413 Nicollet Avenue. Minneapolis 39i
ftob^rt St, St Paul 405 West Superior St.
Outnth or address T. W. TBASDALB. OeneraT
Agent, St Pail. Minn.
Hole!
After ten years of absence, I
have again taken charge of the
old reliable Merchants, and have
refitted and folly equipped the
same with baths, steam heat and
all modern improvements. I so­
licit the continuance of the pa1
on age of the public, and espe­
cially
my friends iti the Dakotas
and Minnesota, who have so
long made the Merchants, theix
St. Paul home.
Latest Dakota aind Minnesota
papers on file!
Rates, $5.00 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.
P-^lnfrontoftheH0-
ALLEN, Proprietor.-
This paper vrUI always tie found o»
01- tn Abe Hlerebanta reading rooms.
A copy of our handsomeimap, 48*18
inches, printed in four colors and
ted on a roller, will be sent to
any address on receipt of 15 cents $
in coin, postal or express money order.
*ell uso'ipoatage stamps. GEbT*P.wLVMAN ?Ren
9.-al Passenger Agent C., B. & N. R. R.,St ju°,
SUBSCRIBE
FOR
THE
TRIBUNE.
OLD BISMARCK TRIBUNES
WANTED.
In the great fire of last August the
Bismarck Tribune lost all of its files—
issues of the Tribune *unniiur back to
£006 11,1873-^)16 Tribune being
first newspaper' established in North
Dakota. An effort is being made to re
place *s many of these old files as possi­
ble. It la hoped this item will £iach
the eyes of many persons and that every
copy of the Tribone prior to August 8
last—especially those back of
1885—that
may Wfound will be mailed to the Bis­
marck Tribune, CoDies will be found
inearrete,closets,old chests, underair»
pjata and other. out-of-the-way nlaeos.
fi»T,lbu- will
Mmidli few their trouble. Remember
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