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This paper will always be round oa •1* in tbe Merchants reading zooms. 80 YEARS* EXPERIENCE: PATENTS FRAOK' mum* Dcstaai* COfVmOHTS AOt-:' Anyme SMdfng 4swrMti6nwi«r dm\ av«sy VA MAILS AND TRANSPORTATION. MAILS CLOSE. Eastern via N. P. No. 12-7:00 p. m. Western via N. P. No. 11—7:00 a. m. Office hours postofflce, general delivery, 8 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., dally except Sunday box delivery from 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. dally. On Sunday the general delivery Is open from 12 m. to 1 p. m. General de ll verv Is closed while mall Is being dis tributed after arrival of trains eacli way. WEST BOUND—NORTHERN PACIFIC. No. 11—Leaves St. Pnul 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. Mandan, 10:30 p. m. EAST BOUND—NORTHERN PACIFIC No. 12—Leaves Dickinson a. m. Man dan, 12:20 a. m. Bismarck, 12:35 a. m. Dawson, 2:06 a. ra.: Jamestown, 3:45 a. m. Valley City. 4:50 a. m. Fargo, 6:50 a. m. St. Paul, 2:20 p. m. Passengers can obtain permits of agent to ride on some way freights each way. NORTH BOUND. (Bismarck, Washburn & Great Falls Ry.) Daily except Sunday. Leaves Bismarck at 8:30 a. m. Arnold, 8:55 a. m. Baldwin, 9:30 a. m.: Wilton, 9:45 a. m. SOUTH BOUND. Leaves'Wilton at 2 p. m. Baldwin, 2:15 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. & G. F. Ry. Co., or by application to E. H. Walker, traffic manager, Bismarck. N. D. TELEPHONE. Regular line between Bismarck, and Washburn and way marck office at Westerii graph office. 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. Vt k-i,V BISMAROK DAILY TRIBUNE: TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1901 Wilton points. Bls Union Tele- STAGE LINES. For Fort Tates, way points and connec tions, including Glencoe, Llvona, Camp bell, LaGrace, Fort Rice, Cannon Ball, Wllllamsport, Gayton, Hampton, Em monsburg, Winona and Standing Rock: stage leaves every morning except.Sun day returning leaves Fort YafBs at 7 a. m„ arriving In Bismarck about 6 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, drofte, Cromwell and Francis and way points, stage leaves at 8 a. m. Mondays and Fridays: returning arrives In Bismarck Tuesdays and MISSOURI RIVER PACKETS. P. Baker, general superintendent steamers leave weekly during 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 at Masonic hall. A. T. Patterson, W. M. W. F. Cochrane, Secretary. Tancred Commandery, Knights Templar, No. 1. Meets third Thursday In each month 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 Edlck, W. M. Minnie B. Davidson, Sec retary, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. St. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meets eveil Wednesday evening at Workmen hall, Baker Block. C. A. Johnson, C. C. A. W. Farr, K. of R. & S. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN Bismarck Lodge, No. 120. Meets the first and tuird Tuesday evenings of each month at their hall In the Baker Block at 8 o'clock. M. J. McKenzle, M. W. C. E. Marrell, Recorder. O. O. F. Capital City Lodge No. 2—Meets every Friday at Workman hall at 8 o'clock p. C. L, Hansen, N. G. Harry Lee, secretary THE FLORENCE CR1TTENTON CIR cle of Bismarck—Auxiliary to the National Florence Crittenton Mission—President Mrs. Addle Wogan Secretary, Mrs. Linda Slaughter. Rescue Band—Mrs. S. E, Johnson, Mrs. Mary A. Ells, Mrs. F. Carr, Mrs. Lucy Wald, Mrs. Mary E Whltecraft, 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 m. Mrs. William "Lalst, C. of H. Mrs. John C. Ritchie, Recorder Keeper. G. A. R. James B. MePherson Post No. 2, Deoart ment of Nortb Dakota Grand Army of the Republic, meets every second and fonrtli Thnrsdaj la eacli month at G. A. R. hall, Bismarck, N. D. J. C. Staley, Colonel Commanding. E. S. Fierce, Adjutant. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meets second and fourth Friday so/ each month at G. A. R. ball.' Florence Ward, President Emma B. Falconer, Secretary. Merchants -x" SHOULD ADVERTISE IN THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE thm0 to to XMMStJ Tenia,! mmgam *$ ^3^$ N A unu OA lorn HKH0HKHKH I State. Executive 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 T. J. Harris, deputy Curl 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 breath, deputy Willetta Wheat, clerk. Legal Department—O. D. Comstock, attor ney general. Bismarck: John F. Phil brick, assistant. Department of Public Instruction—J. M. 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. J. Youngblood, Fessenden C. C. Ham mond, secretary, Bismarck. Land Department—Board of university and school lands 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, Bismarck J. M. Cochrane, reporter of supreme court, Grand Forks. District Judges—First District, Charles J. Fisk, Grand Forks Second district, John Cowan, Devils Lake Third district, Charles A. Pollock, Fargo Fourth dis trict, W. S. Lauder. Wahpeton Fifth dis trict, S. L. Glaspell,- Jamestown Sixth district, W. H. Winchester, Blsoifi'/ik Seventh district, W. J. Kneeshaw, Pem bina. Terms of Supreme and U. S. Courts—Su preme court, March term: Fourth Tues day In March at Fango, and second Tues day in April at Bismarck. September term: Third Tuesday In September at Grand Forks, and first Tuesday la Octo ber at Bismarck. United States Court—At Bismarck, first Tuesday In March Devils Lake, first Tuesday in July Fargo, third Tuesday in Muy Grand Forks, secoad Tuesday in November. Militia—Commander-in-chief, Governor Frank White, Bismarck adjutant general, E. S, Miller, Bismarck. Trustees of Public Institutions. Agricultural College W. H. Bobinsou, Mayvllle S. S Lyon, Fargo Geo. C. Osgood, Fargo Alex. Stern, Fargo B. N. Stone, LaMoure Maynard Crane, Coopersitown. Deaf and Dumb Asylum—A. O. Whipple, Devils Lake L. A. Larson, Rugby M. F. Falahy, Cando O. A. Boynton, Jamestown Alex McLean, Penn. Blind Asylum—T. J. Blacklock, Walhalla John Mager. Walhalla Herbert L. Holmes, Bathgate Benjaibln James, Bathgate J. B. Robinson, Bathgate. State School of Forestry—S. F. Swcnson, McKlnney Ole Roland, Bottineau David Clark, Bottlnean. State Hospital for the Insane—C. F. Mudgett, Valley City E. Young, Tower City Harry Cornwall, Eldrldge' Chas. McLachlan, New Rockford W. A. Murphy, Neche. Industrial School—Thos. Sefton, Jps. B. Taylor, Monango Andrew Weber, Ash ley John Shuman, Milnor Chas. J. Sturgeon, Edgeley. Mayvllle' Normal School—C. M. Johnson, Dwight C, S. Edwards, Mayvllle B. S. Russell, Jamestown E. Y. Sarles, Hills boro Henry RIchter. Everest. Valley City Normal School—NelB Larson. Dazey Amass P. Peake, Valley City David Lloyd, Cathay: O. T. h. Sherping, Enderlln J. Henry Plath, Jr.. Davenport. State Penitentiary—C. D. Edlck, Bis marck Walter Macoinber, Wilton A. T. Crowl, Dickinson Franklin Potter, Casselton Edward Braddock, Williams port. Soldiers' Home—Freonian Orcr.tt, Wahpe ton 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. BeFrance, Dickinson H, Gil bert, Sentinel Butte W. 3. 1 1 The Best Advertising Mediums on the Missouri Slope N' 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. •ooooooooo I oyo-o-o-o-o State, County and City Directories Etherlngton, Sanger P. O. W. H. Webb, Bismarck. University of North Dakota—Steven Col lins, Grand Forks William Budge, Grand Forks Geo. W. Towle, P^rk River A. J. Gronna, Lakota: David Bartlett, Cooperstown. Veterinary Medical Examiners—D. Fisher, Grandln J. N. Sheppard, Park River E. J. Davidson, Grand Forks. Dental Eauunlners—Lom» S. Irgens, Valley City R. S. Ramsey, Grand Forks H. L. Starling, Fargo H. S. Sowles, Wahpe ton D. B. McLean, Jamestown. Medical Examiners—I. N, Wear, Fargo H. M. Wheeler, Grand Forks J. P. Aylen, Sheldon H. Rotledge, Grand Forks Wm. F. Hobart, Oakes H. J. Rowe. Casselton W. EL DePuy,'Grafton. State Board of Pharmacy—H. L. Haassa -. men, Grafton W. S. Parker, LlBbon H. E. White, Jamestown. State Board of Health—O. D. Comstock, attorney general, president, ex-offieio G. F. Ersklne, Hamilton tlce 'member District Campbell, Larimore Second district, W. F. Crewe. Devils Lake Third dis trict, C. H. iMartto, Buffalo Fourth dis trict, 8. W. Teal, Oakes Fifth district, C. A. Anderson, Valley City Sixth dis trict, Wm. Mackln, Mandan Seventh district, A. F. Elliott, MUton Eighth district, R, H. Treaey, Bismarck :. Ninth district, Argo Raymond, Willow City Tenth district, F. W. Tompkins, ... Oberon. Board of Agriculture—Win. Dleball, Stan ton: W. B. Mann, New Salem T. 8. Un derbill, Gladstone. Congressional. United Sfites Senators—Henry C. Httns brough. Devils Lake, N. D. Porter J. McCumber, Wahpeton, N. D. Representative In Congress—T. F. Mar shal), Oake? ,-, United State* Land Officers. BliibareU—A, C, McGIUIrray. Agister JoUp Satterinnd, receiver. Graml Forks—E. H. Kent, register C. L. Linostrom, receiver. Devils I^kej-H. JE. Balrd, receiver Ole JSerumffnard.remitter. Fnrfo—D. a Tufts, receiver C. N, Valen-' tine, register. Waotr-JL Z* Hsi gaaro, etgUUm Miscellaneous Boards and Officers. OH Inspector—L. W. Schruth. Fargo. State Examiner—R. E. Wallace, Bismarck H. G. Proctor, deputy W. A. Dillon, deputy. Commissioner of Irrigation and Forestry W. W. Barrett, Churchs Ferr, of ey, State Board of Equalization—Governor, y. State Agent Prevention of Cruelty to Anl F. C. Hollo: mals--Mrs. Bismarck. auditor, attorney general, commissioner of agriculture and labor and treasurer. Sessions at capltol, first Tuesday In Au gust of on oh year. Historical Commission—Governor, auditor, secretary of state, commissioner of agri culture and labor, Wm. H. Morehead and the president of the North Dakoti His torlcal Society (Col. C. A. Lounsberry.) Pan-American Exposition Commissioners- Frank White, president R. J. Turner, secretary David Bartlett, manager Walter F. Cushlng, assistant manager, in charge of exhibits. Address 'com munications to Bismarck. Board of Pardons—Frank White, governor O. D. Comstock, attorney general Al fred Wallln, chief justice supreme court R. S. Adams, Lisbon. Thomas E. Fox, Willow City. State Printers and Binders—Tribune, Bismarck. 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. 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—J V. Montgomery, Fargo, N. D, Deputy Clerks—R. D. Hosklns, Bismarck H. N. Hamilton, 'Grap* Forks D. G. Duell, Devils Lake E. R. Steele, Fargo. Williams, Bis- Surveyor General—E, marck. National Bank Examiner—W. A. Gordon, Grand Forks. Collector of Customs—N. E. Nelson, Pem bina. Deputy United States Revenue Collectors J. E. Cooley, Grand Forks Harry Corn wall, Jamestown. Bismarck City Officials. Mayor Edw. G. Patterson Clerk Henry W. RIchholt 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, Chas Wach ter, W. H. Sanderson. Chief of Police P. McHugh Night Watchman Robt. Bowman Chief of Fire Department ...Wm. Jaeger Custodian of Engine P. McHugh City Surveyor John Harold City Health Officer Dr. W. A. Bentley Officers of Burleigh County. Sheriff H. P. Bogue Treasurer Wm. Falconer Auditor W. S. Moorhouse County Judge John Fort Clerk of Court Walter Skelton States Attorney '... 1 E. S. Allen •Register of Deeds Chas. A. Johnson Coroner 1 John White Superintendent Schools .... Fannie Dunn Surveyor John Harold Physician W.. G. MatChan County Commissioners—George 'Welch, G. W. Johnson, J. C. Swett. County Board of Health—Dr. W. G. Matchan, E. S. Pierce, E. S. Allen. Insanity Board—J. F. Fort, Dr. W.' G. Matchan, E. S. Allen. County Justices—Edgar Tlbblls, Oscar H, Will, E. S. Pierce, County Constables—Frank Donnelly, M. J. McKenzle, D. C. McLean, Jacob J. Lamb. •The election was a tie. In drawing lots Mr. Johnson holds the office the first year of the term and Mr. Fortune holds during 1902. Public Officials and Offices. School Board—Jos. Hare, W. F./Cochrane( H. L. Mlchaelson, 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 ... .v. 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 Countjr Justice ......Taylor Bldi Office" Supt. Schools Bismarck Bank Bll 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 tlonal Bank Block. Deputy U. S. Marshal .Frank Donnelly United states feather Bureau (and state weather and- crop" service) B. H. Bron son, director, government reservation, West Main street. Postofflce, Agatha G. PatteVson, postmas- .-ter.. St. Alexius Hospital. .Main & Sixth Sts. Acting Assistant U. S. Marine Hospital Surgeon, F. R. Smyth, First Nat. Bi Block. 111 ff*i Bank Terms of District Court— 6th District. Flrat 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 Wllllamsport 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 soch times as the judge shall direct. Seventh Subdivision—At -Mandan, Morton county third Tuesday in April and first Wednesday after the first Monday in November. Eighth fiLnbdlTislon—At granger, Ollyev county two terms, at such time* act the Judge shall direct, Ninth Subdivision—At Dickinson, Stark •county first Tuesday in April and sec ond Tuesdsy jn September. Hon. W. H. Winchester, Judge chambers in First National Bank R. H, Ttittle, '"«teno^pher.%r^f RAILROAD TIME OARD. NORTHERN PACIFIC.' ,•" A1 (Dally.) *, WEST BOUND/ fo. 11 10.15 p.m. o. 55j- way freight '5J: 4:35,|( Bismarck, N. D. tit RACKS ru.' EAST BOUND. No. 12 12:35 a. m. N. 00, way freight............ 7:55 a. m. :CHAS. S. FEE, G. P. A., S. H. SCOTT, Agent, St. Paul, Minn. GREAT BISMARCK, WASHBURN & FALLS RAILWAY. (Taking effect at-0:00 a. m., August l, l90o (Daily- exceptglunday.) GOING NORTH. Leave Bismarck ........ .s.. 8:80 a.m. Arrive Arnold .i..........,. J. 8:55 a. m. Arrive Baldwin ..I -9:30 a. w. Arrive Wilton ................ 9:45 a. m.' GOING SOUTH. Leave Wilton .2:00 p. ni. Arrive Baldwin 2:15 p. m. Arrive Arnold 2:50 p. m. Arrive Bismarck 3:15 p. m. E. H. WALKER, Traffic Manager, Bismarck, N. D. EDWIN C. WASHBURN, General Manager, Bismarck, N. D. 1 A THROGH WIRE. The telephone line connecting Washburn an£ Wilton with Bismarck Is now ready tor business. Messages may be sent and received, or conversation held, at th op tion of patrons. Arrangements with the Western Union Telegraph Co. permit the handling of bus-! luess from or to any point reached by tele graph or cable lines. EXAS Effective March JOth, the 1901 FRISCO LINE Announces the Opening of its & Red River Division H*X0*«* Denison and Sherman, Texas. Through Train Service will shortly be established from St. Louis and Kansas City over the jt J* Shortest Line to Texas Through Gar Route ST. PAUL V*ND( Mi^NEAPOUS HLJV YORK, NEW ENGLAND, BOSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ONTARIO, MICHIGAN,. NEWlBRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA. Through Sleepersipostoo trPtlBIWQTOi, .. Qeueral Maniger. W.'R.OALLAWAV, Gecerat PMMnger Agenk MINNKAI»6ua.1 -i What ^the Dally Tribune Is to the city 7,' people the Twlce-a-week edition of the same publication, the Farmers' Tribune, ^Mi ls to that great majority of the people oi the state who are too busy t,o read a dally paper. The Twlcfr-a^Wectk Farmers' Tribune to, to all intents and purposes, the farmer's- dally.. It Is a condensation of tbe news"' -'J'" fortbe. three dws preceding the date ofT,. •4.V publication and It contains the vei-y latest news up .to the hour of going to press. Tbe Fannere' Tribune does not preBume'^&-,4 to take we place of the home weekly, bnt it supplies the place Just outside of the-vt-V of the home paper and In this cap- Mftr ll- la A# 4-lin otjthe Mfirheat value to 4« 4 4 tM AjlilBERAL OFFER. 7/f The Northwestern newspaper which 1st conceded the largest circulation Is tbe Min neapolis Tribune. As aa all fround pur---vi x. veyor of information and entertaining*/ reading Its popularity Is the b«t proof 0? Its ascendency, .. W v., Is \i'" majority of the northwest. tl The Bismarck Tribune has ntnde arrange-iife -w—m UHiy lllllUv UllHUHv* with tbe publishers /whereby it enabled to make the most liberal and as- toQlshlng offer we «*ver made. If yori are now, a subscriber to the Trlb-!fe une we will send yon -the Farmers' Trlb twice-a-we6k) with your pald-ln-ad- une vance„ renewal of snbscrfption aper. Ton thus get \on jthns get tbe two papers fl.25. No-stronger inducetncut could be'fe^^ offered. •Uo d^3LJ.ai'LB* a^Wfttage of tliiw offer. It wIH hot continued Tons. Yon cannot afford to let this splendid oppor tMinr »llp by. hi your siibscrlption to the BfsmaMk Trlbnne and get with It the Formers' Twloe-a-Week Tribune free.