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1 Sp: ONLY AN OLD SONG. But It IllnalrKted the Cnrloatty of a New York Crowd. It was only a song, and an old one at that, but It came near causing a block on the Broadway surface line the other day. The singer was as black as the coal in the cart he was driving, but that fact cast no shadow on his exuber ant spirits. As he swung bis chariot from Broadway Into Cortlandt street he raised his voice. Then the trouble began. When the notes of "Old Black Joe" rang out high and clear above the din of traffic, expressions of blank amaze ment overspread the faces of the hur rying pedestrians who thronged the sidewalks. Necks were craned in a vain search for the location of some newly patented phonograph. Crowds collected and gazed vacantly upon the air, as If they expected to locate the sound In some office window teams were drawn up until a long line of trucks extended up Cortlandt street to Broadway, barring access to the Btreet, that their drivers might ascertain the cause of the crowd's curiosity. Sud denly a newsboy cried: "Ah, rubber! Dontcher see lfs only de nigger a-slngin?" The crowd laughed. The darky, now lustily holding forth on "The Suwannee River," turned sharply Into Church street, totally oblivious to the excite ment he had caused. The crowd then dispersed, and the long line of wagons began to move once more. "Well," exclaimed a Jerseyman on his way to the ferry, "New Yorkers call country people curious, but"— He shrugged his shoulders and passed on. —New York Mail and Express. Value ot OronnA Feed. I have used a feed mill for more than 12 years and find it the most useful machine on the farm, says an Ohio farmer. My main business has been production and selling of milk, and I consider whole grain very poor feed for milk cows. I crush all my grain and oats and mix with grain or mid dlings. This is not only good feed for cows, but is also fine for young cattle. For fattening cattle I use crushed corn simply. I have fed ground wheat and rye to horses with satisfactory results Cosmopolitan, one year $1.00 Everybody's Magazine, one year 1.00 Success, one year 1.00 Pearson's, one year 1.00 Home Magazine (N. Y.) 1 year 1.00 Household (Boston), one year. 1.00 Woman's Home Companion 1 year 1.00 ^Svery Mtonth, one year 1.00 edger Monthly, one year 1.00 jlodern Culture Magazine, 1 year 1.00 Any one in offer 1 Any one in offer 2 Any two in offer 1 Any one in offer 2 Any one In offer 1 Any trwo dn offer 2 Any one in offer 1 Any orae in offer 2. Any one in oJTsr 3 1 fa & Any two in offer 1 Any one in offer 3 Any two in offer 2 Any one in offer 3 P",. 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Tobacco is the most sensitive plant we know of. The smallest thing affects its flavor. Plant Virginia tobacco in Germany and the result is abetter tobacco, but it is German tobacco, not Virginian. In north Borneo they produce the most delicate and silky leaves that ever were seen, but the tobacco lacks char actor and taste. Send Havana seeds to the Philippines, and you mereJv pro duce a sunerior Manila. BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MAHTTFAOnjBKD BY ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. IT WOTK THE KAHB. Summons. State of North Dakota, I County of Burleigh. In District Court, Sixth Judicial District. May Townsend, plainttff, vs. Clyde Townsend, defendant. Tim State of North Dakota to the above named defendant. You, Clyde Townsend. are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscrib ers at their offices in the city of Bismarck, in he county of Burleigh and state of North Da kota, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated Januaro 11,1901. ALLEN & COCHRANE. Plaintiff's Attorneys, Bismarck, N. D. THE MOST REMARKABLE CLUB OFFER EVER MADE READ THE FOLLOWING: OFFE5R NO. 1. 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General de livery Is closed while mall Is being dis tributed after arrival of trains each way. WEST BOUND-NORTHERN PACIFIC. No. 11—Leaves St. Paul 8:55 a. m. Fargo, 4:10 p. m. Valley City, 5:58 p. m. Jamestown, 7:05 p. m. Dawson, 8:48 p.m. Bismarck, 10:15 p. m. Mnndan, 10:30 p. m. EAST BOUND-NORTHERN PACIFIC No. 12—Leaves Dickinson a. m. Mail dan, 12:20 a. m. Bismarck, 12:35 a. in. Dawson, 2:00 a. m. Jamestown, 3:4 a. m. Valley City, 4:50 a. m. Fargo, 6:50 a. m. St. Paul, 2:20 p. ui. Passengers can obtain permits of agent to ride on some way freights each way. NORTH BOUND. (Bismarck, Washburn & Great Falls Ry.) Dally except Sunday. Leaves Bismarck at 8:30 a. m. Aruoiu, 8:55 a. in. Baldwin, 9:30 n. w. Wilton 9:45 a. m. SOUTH BOUND. Leaves Wilton at 2 p. m. Baldwin, 2:1 p. m. Arnold, 2:50 p. m. Bismarck. 3:15 p. m. Rates may be had upon application to any of the agents of the B., W. & U. K.' ity. Co., or by application to E. H. Walker, truffle manager, Bismarck. N. D. TELEPHONE. Regular line between Bismarck, Wiltoi. and Washburn and way points. iilss marck office at Western Union Tele graph office. STAGE LINES. For Fort Yates, way points and connec tions, Including Glencoe, Llvona, Cumy bell, LaGruce, Fort Rice, Cannon Ball, Wllilanisport, Gayton, Hampton, Ein monsburg, Winona and Standing Rock: stage leaves every morning except Sun day returning leaves Fort Yates at 7 a. m., arriving In Bismarck about p. m. For Fort Berthold, Coal Harbor, Turtle Lake, Weller, Washburn, Painted Woods, Falconer, Elbowoods, and way points, stage leaves every morning ex cept Sunday returning leaves Berthold every morning, arriving in Bismarck about 5 p. m. (See time card B., W. & G. F. Ry.) For Slaughter, Conger, "ofte, Cromwell and Francis and way points, stuge leaves at 8 a. m. Mondays and Fridays: returning arrives In Bismarck Tuesdays and MISSOURI RIVER PACKETS. Benton Transportation Company, I. P. Baker, general superintendent steamers leave weekly durihg navigation season for Standing Rock, Fort Yates, Cannon Ball and way points, and to Washburn, Coal Harbor, Mannhaven and up river points, as per special announcement. SECRET SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Bismarck Lodge, A. F. & A. M., No. 5. Meets first and third Mondays In each month st Masonic hall. A. «T. Patterson, W. M. W. F. Cochrane, Secretary. Tancred Commnudery, Knights Templar, No. 1. Meets third Thursday In each tuonth at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. R. D. Hosklns, E. C. A. T. Patterson, Recorder. Bismarck Chapter, No. 11, O. E. S. Meets first and third Fridays In eacn month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. Matilda Edick, W. M. Minnie B. Davidson, Sec retary. MACCABEES. Bismarck Hive No. 2—Ladles of the Mac cabees meet first and third Mondays in each month at A. O. U. W. hall in the Baker Block. Florence M. Hosklns, Lady Commander. Frances Marcellus, Record Keeper. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. St. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meets evert Wednesday evening at Workmen hall Baker Block. R. L. Best, C. C. Johl Bostrom, K. of R. & S. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN Bismarck Lodge, No. 120. Meets the first and tuird Tuesday evenings of each mouth at their hall in the Baker Block at 8 o'clock. M. J. McKenzie, M. W. C. E. Murrell, Recorder. I. O. O. F. Capital City Lodge No. 2—Meets every Friday at Workman nail at 8 o'clock p. m. C. L. Han sen, N. G. Harry Lee, Secretary. THE FLORENCE CRITTEN^ON CIR cle of Bismarck—Auxiliary to the National Florence Crittenton Mission—President, Mrs. Addie Wogan Secretary, Mrs. Linda Slaughter. Rescue Band—Mrs. S. E. Johnson, Mrs. Mary A. Ells, Mrs. F. M. Carr, Mrs. Lucy Wald, Mrs. Mary E. Whiiecraft, Mrs. C. E. Murrell, Mrs. Mina T. Wheeler. This circle is organized for the Christian redemption of erring girls and women, who may receive friendly as sistance by applying to the Rescue Band. DEGREE OF HONOR. Capital Lodge No. 16. Meets every sec ond and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Workman hall In the Baker block at 8' Jj.) w, p. m. Mrs. William Laist, C. of H. Mrs. John C. Ritchie, Recorder Keeper. G. A. R. James B. McPherson Post No. 2, Depart ment of North Dakota Grand Army of the Republic, meets every second and fourth Thursdaj in each month at G. A. R. hall, Bismarck, N. D. J. C. Staley, Colonel Commanding. E. S. Pierce, Adjutant. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPa Meets second and fourth Fridays of each month at G. A. IC hall. Florence Ward, President F.mmn, .By-Falconer, Secretary. SffOtffiff /ADVEKTISE EN THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,L State. Execptive Department—Frank White, governor, Bismarck C. W. Getchell, private secretary Bessie Waggoner, stenographer. David Bartlett, lieutenant governor, Cooperstown. Department of State—E. F. Porter, Bis marck, secretary Frank Lawrence, dep uty Belle Dietrich, clerk. Auditor's Department—A. N. Carlblom, au ditor, Bismarck A. D. Lucas, deputy Carl Jorgenson, clerk. Treasurer's Department—D. McMillan, treasurer, Bismarck M. M. Cook, dep uty J. B. Cook, clerk. Insurance Department—Ferdinand Leutz, commissioner, Bismarck W. C. Gil breatb, deputy Maud Bruuton, clerk. Legal Department—O. D. Comstock, attor ney general, Bismarck: Juhn F.' Phil brick, assistant. Department of Public Instruction—J. M. Agricultural College—Roger Allin, Grafton Henry J. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Missouri Slope *71N ad inserted in our columns is read by nearly every farmer and stockman in the western part of the state. Advertisers wishing,to reach that class will do well to patronize us. We also make a specialty of fine, up-to-date job and book printing, our plant being the best equipped in the state for that class of work. We guarantee to please. Devine, superintendent, Bismarck A. L. Woods, deputy J. G. Halland, clerk Margaret Davidson, stenographer. Bureau of Labor and Statistics—R. J. Turner, commissioner of agriculture and labor, Bismarck C. C. Turner, deputy. Commissioners of Railroads—C. D. Lord, Cando, chairman J. F. Shea, Wahpeton, J. Youngbood, C. C. Hammond, sec retary, Bismarck. Land Department—Board of university and school lauds comprises the superintend ent of public Instruction, governor, attor ney general, secretary of state, state au ditor D. J. Laxdal commissioner, Bis marck C. L. Merrick, deputy Walter Brown, clerk Wm. LaMoure. stenog rapher. Department of, Justice State Supreme Court—Alfred Wallln, Fargo, chief jus tlcce, N. C. Young, associate justice, Fargo D. E. Morgan, Devils Lake, as sociate justice :R. D. Hosklns, clerk of su preme court, Mlsmarck J. M. Cochrane, reporter of supreme court, Grand Forks. District Judges—First District, Charles J. FIsk, Grand Forks Second district, D. John Cowan, Devils Lake Third district, Charles A. Pollock, Fargo Fourth dis trict, W. S. Lauder. W.ahpeton Fifth dis trict, S. L. Glaspell, Jamestown Sixth district, W. H. Winchester, Blsoiaiok Seventh district, W. J. Kneeshaw. 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 lii Octo ber at Bismarck. United States Court—At Bismarck, first Tuesday in March Devils Lake, first Tuesday In July Fargo, third Tuesday In November. Militia—Commander-in-chief, Governor F. Frank White, Bismarck adjutant gen eral, E. S. Miller, Bismarck. Trustees of Public Institutions. O-OOO-O-OO^WlO-O-O-O^KH^O-O-OO-O State, County and City ©irfectoi^i^ Rusch, Fargo W. H. Robinson. Mayville R. S. Lewis, Buffalo Geo. C. Osgood, Fargo Alex Stern, Fargo: E. M. Warren LaMoure. Deaf and Dumb Asylum—A. O. Whipple, Devils Lake L. A. Larson, Rugby M. F. Faiahy, Cando O. A. Boynton, Jamestown Alex McLean, Penn. Blind Asylum—J. T. BlacklocU, Hamilton John Mager. Walhalln Herbert L. Holmes, Bathgate. Benjamin James, Bathgate J. B. Robluson, Bathgate. State School of Forestry—S. F. Swenson, McKlnney Wm. H. Mcintosh, Bottin eau Wm. J. Hosklns, Rolla. State Hospital for the Insane—A. Fried, Wimbledon C. H. Shields, Edgeley Harry Cornwall, Eldrldge Chas. Mc Lachlan, New Rockford W. A Murphy,' Neche. Industrial School—Thos. Sefton, Jos. B. Taylor, Monango Andrew Weber, Ash ley John Shuman, MUnor Chas. J. Sturgeon, Edgeley. Mayville Normal School—C. M. Johnson, Dwlght N. D. Nelson, Mayville B. S. Russell, Jamestown E. Y. Sar'.es, Hills boro Henry RIchter, Everest. Valley City Normal School—Nels Larson-, Dazey Amasa P. Peake, Valley City M. B. Cassell, Sherbrooke O. T. Sherping, Enderlin J. Henry Plath, jr., Davenport. State Penitentiary—John F. Fort, Bis marck Edward Braddock, Willlamsport H. G. Bowers, 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. Heegard, Man dan G. J. DeFrance, Dickinson H. Gil bert, Sentinel Butte W. J. Etherlngton, Sanger P. O. University of North Dakota—H. T. Helge son, Milton Stephen Collins, Grand Forks: Wm. McBrlde, St. Thomas ''Wm'. Budge, Grand Forks David Bartlett, Cooperstown. Veterinary Medical Examiners—D. Fisher, Grand!n J. N. Sheppard, Parir River E. J. Davidson, Grand Fork& Dental E^uimlners—Louis S. Irgens, Valley City R, S. Ramsey, Grand Forks H. L. Starling, Faxgo JH. 8. Bowles, Wahpe ton D. B. McLean, Jamestown. Medical Examlnera-^-I. N. Wear, Farpo M. Wheeler, Grand ,Forks J. P. Aylen, Sheldon H. Rutledge, Grand Forks Wm. F. Hobart, Oakes S. J. Howe, Casselton W. R. DePuy, Grafton. State Board of Pharmacy—H. L. Haussa men,'Grafton W. S. Parker, Lisbon H. E. Whlte. Jamesttrtvn. State' Board. of Health-O. D. Comrtock, attorney general, president, ex-offlclo member G. F. ErsklHe, Mamilton vice president superintendent public health, Br. H. Healey, jflchiftaY City. District VeterlnariansHFlrst district. Bi Campbell, Larlipore: Second district.. W. district Wnt Mackltt. Mandftn 8erentli F. Crewi/ Devils-.jLakti Third fljetelcti T. D. Hlnebangh, Tower City fourth district, a W. Teal, Oakes Fffttt dis trict, L. C. It. Moore, Jamestown Sixth United States Land Officers. Bismarck—A, ,'C. McGHIirray. regl»ter John fiattSrlund, receiver. Grand Forka-K. «. Kant, register C. X*. Llndstrom, receiver Devil# Lake—H. lS. BalrJ, receiver Olc aasaPBSaersUiB c. *. tine, register. Ml not—A L. Hanscom, receiver T. E. Ols ganrd, Congressional. Hans- United States Senators—Henry C. Ha brough, Devlls Lake, N. •». Porter McCumber, Wahpeton. N. D. Representative in Congresses. F. Sjmld ln*. Fargo, N* O?. BV Marshall Oakes, N. D., after March 5, 1001.) jjgyjjgg' ||||g A Miscellaneous Boards and Officers. Oil Inspector—L. W. Schruth, Fargo. State Examiner—H. A.'.Langlte,: Blrfiaarpk deputy, R. E!. WaUiee, Bismarck, and W. A. Dillon, Bismarck. A Commlssiouer at Irrigation and Forestry— W. W. Barrettj'^Clrorchs Ferry. State Agent Prevfrntlftn .of Cruelty rto Aui mals—Mrs. F. C. Holler, Bismarck. State' Board of Eqnalfeatlon—Governor auditor, attorney general, coiuiulHuiouur of agriculture 'ah3 labor and treasiiier. Sessions at capltoi, first Tuesday in Au gust of ouch yenr. Historical Commission—Governor, auditor, secretary of state, commissioner of agri culture and labor, Wm. H. Morehen.-l and the president of the North Dakota llis torical Society (Col. C. A. Lounsberry.) State Board of Agriculture. First District—J. M. Smith Emerado. Second District—W. D. McCUntock, li Third District—D. A. McLaren, Maplcton. Fourth District—J. P. Williamson, lia vann. Fifth District—W. S. Hyde, Hnnnaford. Sixth District—T. S. Underhlll, Antelope. Seventh District—Ole Axvlg, Miltou. 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, Fjirgo, N. D. United States Marshal—John E. Haggart, Fargo, N. L. United States Attorney—P. H. Rourke, Lisbon, N. D. deputy, E. S. Allen, Bis marck. Clerk of United States District and United States Circuit Courts—0 V. Montgomery, Fargo, N. D. Deputy Clerks—R. D. Hosklns, Blsmnrc-k H. N. Hamilton, Gran'' Forks D. G. Duell, ueviis 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 Harry Cornwall, Jamestown. Bismarck City Officials. Mayor Edw. G. Patterson Clerk Henry W. Rlchholt Treasurer S. M. Pye Justice J. F. Fort Attorney W. M. Cochrane Aldermen—First ward, John White, M. J. Halloran Second ward, H. P. Bogue, E. S. Pierce Third ward, Walter Skelton, J. A. Barnes Fourth ward, S. D. Roh rer, W. H. Sanderson. Chief of Police P. Public Officials and Offices. School Board—Jos. Hare, W. F. Cochrane, H. L. Michaelson, Louis Larson, James McDonald. State Officials Offices at Capitol County Officials—offices at courthouse ex cept as herein otherwise Indicated. City Council—Regular meetings first and third Tuesdays of each month at coun cil chambers In Patterson Block. Chambers of W. H. Winchester, district judge, First National Bank Building. Office of County Judge Webb Block Office of States Attorney .... Webb Block Office of Mayor The Northwest Office of City Treasurer .First Nat. Bank Office of City Clerk .... Patterson Block Office of City Justice Webb Block Office of County Justice Taylor Bldg Office Supt. Schools Bismarck Bank Blk U. S. Land Office... .First Nat. Bank Blk U. S. Surveyor General Webb Block U. S. Court Rooms Webb Block U. S. Commissioner, J. R. Gage, First Na tional Bank Block. Deputy U. S. Marshal .. Frank Donnelly United States Weather Bureau (and state weather and crop service) B. H. Bron son, director, government -reservation. West Main street. Postofflce, Agatha G. Patterson, postmas ter. St. Alexius Hospital. .Main & Sixth Sts. Acting Assistant U. S. Marine Hospital Surgeon, F. R. Smyth, First Nat. Bank Block. Terms of District Court 6th District. First Subdivision—At Bismarck, third Tuesday in May and Fourth Tuesday In November. Second Subdivision—At Medora, Billings County two terms, at such times as judge shall direct. Third Subdivision—At Willlamsport, Em mons county two terms, at such time as the judge shall direct. Fourth Subdivision—At Steele, Kidder county third Tuesday In June and sec ond Tuesday In January. Fifth Subdivision—At Stanton, Mercer county two terms, at such times as the judge shall direct. Sixth Subdivision—At Washburn, McLean county two terms, at such times as the •judge shall-direct. Seventh Subdivision—At Mandan, Morton codnty third Tuesday in April and first Wednesday after the first Monday In ,, November.., Eighth Subdivision—At Sanger, Oliver county two terms, at such times as the judge shall direct. Ninth SubdtVt8lon«r-At Dickinson, Stark .County first Tuesday In April and sec ond Tuesday, In September. Hon W. Hi Winchester, judge chambers In First National Bank Block. R. M. Tuttle, stenographer. Officers of Burleigh County. jgyrfo ... H. P. Bogue TriMsurer Wm. Falconer Auditor W. S. Moorhouse County Judge j0hn Fort Clerk of Court Walter Skelton States Attorney E. 8. Allen •Register of Deeds Chas. A. Johnson Coroner John White Superintendent Schools .... Fannie Dunn JohiCHflrolil Physician w. G. Matchan County Commissioners—George Welch. G. W* Johnson, J. c. Swfctt, County. Board of Heaith-Dr, ^. a Matchan, E. 8. Pieroe, E. S. Alien. Insanity BoArd—J. F. Fort, Dr. W," Matchan, E. 8. Allen. Co"nty Justices-Edgar Tlbblls, Oscar H. v. Will, E. S, Pierce. Cotohty Constables—Frafck Donnelly, M. J. McKenzie, p. 3. McLean. Jacob J.^ Lamb, e'ectton was a tie. In drawing lots Mr. Johnson holds the office the first year of the term aud Mr. Fortune holds during mm. RAILROAD TIME CARD. NORTHERN PACIFIC. (Dally.) VVKST BOUND. NO. No. 11 55, .Leave vWilton Arrive Baldwin Arrive Arnold ... Arrive hisniarck 10:15 p. m. 4:85 .p. m. way .freight ..... EAST BOUND. No. ».. 32 5W 12:33 a. m. 7:55 WHJ freight.,.-..... ."•t: ..O-i, ... CHAS.,S. .FEB, G. a. m. P. A., SCO PT, Agetit, St. Pahl. Minn, iilsniuri.'k,, N. D. cdSMSfceK. WASHBURN FALLS GREAT -RAILWAY-. (T.)khiu ar. t::00 iU August 1, 1900) ». lUJrtU.v/.except Sunday.). GOING NORTH. Leave "Bismarck .. J. 8:30 a, m. Arjtve Arnold 8:55 a. m. Arrive Baldwiu ^0:30 a.m. Arrive Wiiton 9:45 a. ni. .GOI.SXJ SOUTH. There is Something to See Along die llTTKWilWiy The Line to the Land of Lead and Zinc The Quick and Most Comfortable Route from ST. 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