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Gavin Spence *»'v Miss Flora Macdonald OF EDINBURGH vs?s. Grand Cash Prizes for Subscribers •^»(U To tho person 8end In^the Jnos^t. Ascriptions^ I have leased the Eisenberg building arid have opened up a first-class res taurant in every respect, and your pat-, ronage is respectfully asked. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT An Easy Biding Rig Reasonable Terms The Best Livery Rigs in the City can be Had at. i* Ft -r A C. STEIBER These are the three essentials, in the livery stable business. These are the things the land-seeker, the commercial traveler, or the fellow^'with his best girl want to know. The New Livery Stable of Jeff Woodmansee, south 'of the traeic (Griffin's barn.) ^With a* ten-year g-uarantee that it would give satisfaction to the family—easy installments and &Lv i*1 youroHLpiail© or prgan taken, in exchange for it Would You Talk Business? C. H. PHELPS Handles the Celebrated Boothe Pianos and he is ready to make you a proposition that will surprise you. Call on him. -4— "Twa Hours at Ham©" A POPULAR Scottish Concert AT THE ATHENEUM Monday, April 22, at 7:45 UNDER THE AUSPICES QF THE 'CALEDONIAN SOCIETY A 'oJ^A one tending Use ooxt lorRfist Itht in ouijh state or territory will receive a siibscrlptlun of three t«n to "The National Magazine," As an additional ln ducement fbr sub^crlptioiiS wo Mil allow the tender an oh 90111 Prf«» E 1 •v ONE NIGHT ONLY—Humorous, Artistic. and Cultured, consisting of songs, readings and old Highland dances. A reproduction of the ever memorable entertainment of the Kennedy family. As delineators of Scottish Minstrelsy and Character theBe artists are unequalled. Tickets will be on sale at Bemingtoirs drug store. -r MAKE A GOOD GUESS5 and go to the Buffalo Exposition at our expense. nearejt correct guess received from bis state or territory. Forty nine people wlUgo to the Pan-American Exposition umrgaeau. Forty-nlnepoople wlll stay In Buffalo one week a» our expense. The guesa-we aak you tomake Is absi tSU olntely free. The only stipulation to that yoube uUso*iber to *'Tbe MAUooal Mntwlne," whWi oosts bnttl per ymr. Thls Is not a jumbled-word con we do not any but thoft* wHo cam afibrd to subscribetor .Tails .We "Jnne 16 wewllTprtoent A ^to°^heW^tBnffli.lo»ow,t& one send ng the M*t largestUerof ''A. trHrators of The National subscription! wilt receive 8Ifto la v/i., 1« most popular, np-to-date, 100-t inagflatno ia Amerlea, toansvrer It. The /r »I« too'lw^t&t ^t6o»ewhoroS«ettta MOM* iu%WWr?®!IUng .HiVWMM 'yj^ ... ... Ilstof subscription* ftpme?clr «tnie an tar- CP Va fern, the pri^ compett tltory will receive 810 IW ROld, «Oi. The ipto BnUaio. liooit up the ettcfldauou at the OolumWao and Piuls Sxpoaltlous ber,th»tas to win Sxpoaltloiis on July 4th. and make yor,? e»Umatecarefully. Bamem .... (jygpy subscription vntitles you to a guas* it Is possible (br utlois trtn with e»p«n«» «nJ every subs Magaalna as well v? a W nd one or more of the iwi *«tnd 10. cents. wlthesti- Now d'an go Into tlils bllmily. Addms Prke CtHi^ettiion Editor,Ute National Boston HEALTH EBGULATIONS. BOARD OF HEJAXiTH PROMUL GA'PIS feULBS ATr MEETING HELD FRIDAY APTBRNOOiN. The city board of •health held a spe cial meeting Friday afternoon and the following rules and regulations were adopted: Whereas, an epidemic of small pox Is prevalent in our city, and in order to prevent the spread of said disease, and to stanjip out the same quarantine as prescribed by-law is necessary. Now, therefore, the city board'of health makes and establishes the fol lowing rules and regulations in the interest of the public health: Rule 1. Wherever contagious or infectious disease shall be found in a bouse or premises, there will be posted by the city health officer a plkcard, printed in large black type, announc ing the name of the disease and the establishment of quarantine. Rule 2. All persons, exceplt those legally authorized, are forbidden to enter or leave any house or premises quarantined according to Ride 1. Rule 3. All persons are forbidden to deface or tear down any quaran tine placard. Any person violating any of the above rules shall be prosecuted under the law. Total Excess of over all. tton. We deaire to moke It* dellgbOblly profltabf® WgrforlOeuiti, au. N. LOVIN, Chairman Pro Tem. Bisanarck, N. D., April 20. 1901. ALL FISHERMEN Who are laboring under the notion that the late Minnesota legislature passed a law requiring residents of North Dakolta to pay a license of $25 for fishing in Minnesota lakes, or else b? fined for so doing, are hereby noti fied that this report is a mistake—the legislature passed no such law. They did change the date of commencement of blatck bass fishing season, making it June 1st instead of May 15th. OHAS. S. FEE, G. P. A., N. P. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. NOTICE—CITY DUMPING GROUNDS The city dumping grounds are lo cated north of town between Third and Fourth streets and east of Guss ner's slaughter house. All persons are cautioned not to dump refuse of any kind, south of the signboard, on at ariy other place in or near the city except on the above described dump ing grounds. JOHN C. RITCHEY, Chief of Police. What the People of North Dakota Think of the New York Life. Business written in the state during 1900. NEW YORK LIFE Mutual Northwestern... Germania Equitable ....... Mutual Benefit. $877,587.00 .8337,450.00 248,763.00 136,487.00 90.441.00 61,878.00 8875,019.00 NEW YOBK LIFE 8 2,568.00 Dr. Kohler of Minneapolis will be in Bismarck Monday, April 29th, to do eye, ear, nose and throat work. For appointments inquire of local physi sians. Looking Without Seeing. Perhaps yon are an exception to the *nle, but if yon are not you have prob ably on many occasions, just after look ing at your watch, been forced to ac knowledge to a friend who asked you the time that you did not know what It was. Yet you undoubtedly took your ttmepiece out of your pocket, looked at Its face and carefully replaced it in your pocket, showing a logical se quence of thought and a well defined object, which did not, however, result in leaving a sufficiently distinct im pression on your mind to satisfy yonr friend's curiosity as to the hour of the day. The motion was not an involun tary one, like that of the boy who can not too often admire his first chronom eter, nor yet habitual, for few persons are merely in the habit of taking out th^ir watches. One does so only for a specific purpose., Now, how may this seeming- contra diction be accounted for Perhaps the reason is that not once In ten time§ does a matt look", at his watch to see what the^ actual tiijfle Is, t^ut rather tp learn whether he still has time to ac complish some-purpose. He may want to keep an appointment at a certain time* or to "be sure, not to miss a boat or train. When he takes out his watch, therefore, he instinctively looks for the handi In the position^. called for by that particular* moment, and when he sees that they have not yet reached that point he 'returns the w»tchvto its mting place, with his mind relieved. The actual position of the hands real ly plays no part at all in the opera tion, and so when the time asked ot him he is unftble. to reply. In* othe? words, he accomplishes the paradoxical feat of intently looking at a thlng /^Srlth cut really seeing it IV If troubled by a weak digestion, of appetite, or constipaitionj 'tiry a few .doses of Chaanbertain's Stota^ch »jj4 Liver Tablets. Bvesry Taox warranted. Jby B. S. Beardsley,. I, .unjwa r!- r- v-, Call and see the new colors is gents' hosiery at the Boston. PROFESSIONAL CARDS 0. D. EDICK iNBTptANCB LNRE, FISB, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH FUSST NAT'Z BANK BLOCK ALLEN & COCHRANE ATTOBNBTS AT LAW MC£BNZHS BLOCK A. T. PATTEBSON ATTOBNBiX AT LAW PIKST NAT'L BANK BLOCK ONE CENT, A WORD COLUMN E70B SALE—Seed wheat. H. Suttle, Sixth street. E70B SALE—Barn near site of new military post. Address, I. P. Baker, Bismarck. N. D. A NY reliable person wishing passage to South ern California, in charge of a car of stock, communicate with C. A- Burton. AN TED—Trustworthy men and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial standing. Salary $780 a year and expenses, all payable in cash. No can vassing required. Give references and enclose self-addresBed stamped envelope. Address Manager, 365 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. THE CITY Editor Hanson of Wilton is in the city. J. D. Wakeman went to Wilton this '.tr.ming. Mr. Drlscoll of Newark, N. J., is at tho Northwest. Wm. Cook has returned from a trip to British Columbia. Company A will meet next Saturday night instead of Monday. Rev. Fr. Clemens has gone to Turtle Lake to hold services. An .early closing movement is on among the business men of the city. F. P. Daily with Jim Kennedy are among the Fargo visitors in the city. W. S. Casselman returned from rrg» yesterday where he attended the funeral of S. J. Vidger. Chas. Corey went to Wilton this morning to do. some electrical wiling for the Washburn company. Business on the river this spring is very brisk and the boats are kept busy between points north and south. The B- W. & G. F. car shops are turning out a. number of new cars, and a new caboose,, is nearly ready for use. Louis Champagne hks. accepted position with the,Chicago Portrait Co., and went north this morning tc begin work. J. C. Swett has put in a new sausage making outfit consisting of a large ichopper and a gasoline engine for power. Edward Tappen of Marion, S. D., a real estate man, is reported by the Oakes Republican as en route to Bis marck. The Webb property on the corner of Fourth street and Avenue A is be ing remodeled and will make a very pretty residence. James Kennedy came in from Fargo yesterday. He is here to figure on the sewerage and waterworks contract for Fort Lincoln. Dumping ground regulations are being pretty thoroughly looked after and those dumping offal out of place are being warned. Regular meeting of the Woodmen of the World Tuesday evening, April 23. All officers and members are re quested to be present. The Woodmen of the World will give an entertainment Thursday evening next at Workmen hall for members and their friends. Mir. Gavin Spence and Miss Flora McDonald sang with the Presbyterian Qhoir last evening and the latter ren dered a very pleasing Scottish solo. Axel Lundberg, who has been in the employ of Geo. Gussner, has resigned his position and is going to the coast His position has been taken by Wm, Glitschka. The Capital City band is negotiat ing with the managers of the firemen's tournament and street fair to-be hetg at Dickinson dn June, relative to nlshing niusic ior^Sh© 'occasion, Harry..Sim?, returnw^tst 'ntght from Chamberlain," S. D., \^h^^ he ha^ tfeon engaged' in- the butctfftr busf&ees with C. A. Small, also a fbWher resident of »fi' i.'t ,r, tl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. 8tractmg the esbanstea digestive or gssi. It lstheiatest discovered digest ant ana topici Ko other preparation cao, approach It:in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dy&pepiia, Heartbanv Mataleoce, Sous Stomach, Kausea, Sick Headache, Gastraigla,Orampsacd another JTBsalts oficaperfect digestion. aiw'.lgook tixmdyspeptiik! this city. Mr. Chamberlain to iness. Small remains In look after the bue- The dance to be given by Company A on Friday 26, will be postponed un itil Friday, May 3. Bersch & Sons are building a Wood •working shop on their place on Sev enth street. They purchased and moved the partly burned building for merly occupied by C. A. Small. John Venable, Trip Hanris and other friends of George Williams (Buffalo) deceased, feel grateful to the many good citizens of Bismarck who gener ously contributed to tho fund raised for the funeral' expenses. Mrs. Lewis and son Burbank, leaive Tuesday night for Tacoma where they will make their future home. The younger son Frank will remain here to finish his high school course before joining his .mother in Tacoma. Don't forget the dance tomorrow night given by the Degree of Honor. All members of the Degree of Honor and A. O. U. W. arc invited to come and have a good time. Dancing in the hall adjoining A. O. U. W. hail. Chief Engineer Dixon has moved his headquarters to Wilton, ready for construction of the Washburn exten sion. His assistant Witman, has located at Washburn. Contractor Jackson will be on hand in a few days when the dirt will fly—between Wil ton and Washburn. Saturday, April 20th, being the thiTty-eighth wedding anniversary of Captain and Mrs. Moorhouse, some of their former neighbors on the hill took them by surprise, bringing refresh ments for the occasion. A pleasant social time was enjoyed by aU and the guests departed with wishes for many happy returns of the day. They left a piece of cut glass as a souvenir of the occasion. Another whirl is being taken in the famous Rosenbaum sheep case before the supreme court. Arguments are being made by (Messrs. Ball and Mac lay on onr side and Messrs. Newton, Kerr and Hughes on the other, the ac tion being an appeal from the judg ment of Judge Fisk. The sheep in this celebrated case disappeared years ago—likewise the wool. Hide and tallow is all that's" left. While May 10th has been designated as Arbor Day it will be well for citi zens generally not to wait until that day to set out trees. That is a good day for school exercises but lot own ers who have failed thup far to beau tify their premises with trees should not wait a moment longer. He who plants a tree performs only a duty he owes to posterity. We of today en joy the toil of those who were thoughtful and magnanimous enough to provide for us. Let us do our duty. Word has been received of the de cision on the part of the railway peo ple to add some artistic features to the new station building at Bismarck. It was feared that the polishing of the interior walls would look too somber and dull and it has therefore been de termined to Use a mosaic finish qn the interior, similar to the Auditorium at Chicago. A beautiful fountain Will also be provided for the center of the parking in front of the depot The new depot with its surroundings will be by far the handsomest on the en tire line. WEILL FOR CATHOLIC CEMETERY. A scheme is on foot looking to the boring of a well at the Catholic ceme tery on Lounsberry heights and to get the matter in shape Father Clemens has appointed*James McDonald, James Foley Amos Robidou a committee to devise ways and means for the enter prise. The citizens should contrib ute liberally to this worthy cause. Major Hamilton is back in Grand Forks during congressional recess and will spend the summer in the state. Trouble With ct Telescope. Continued observation with the tele scope of the Yerkes observatory re vealed the unpleasant existence of a number of curious streaks of light run ning horizontally, whose appearance had certainly never been noticed be fore and gave rise to redoubled un easiness. And yet everything seemed right with the glass viewed externally and the most searching investigation could discover no cause. At last in desperation the eyepiece .end was unscrewed, and Professor Ellerman, tife slimmest of the party, was bidden to crawl, as he well could do, along in the tube itself, and see if he could discover aught amiss. He crept along well enough, so wide is the tube, till be got beyond the center, when the telescope began to tabu over with his weight and he would have slid' down on the top of the glass had not the otfcer end been, promptly seized 'and held fast Then be continued his ijourney, and iq another moment" had discovered the unsuspected author of the mischief, an overindnstTlous spider and her equally hardworking 'progeny, who had succeeded in fillipg yp the entire end of the tube with a mass of cobwebs in the hope of cfctehing what mpst have been wholly imaginary files. The webs and their spiders were care fully removed, and fram that day to this the behavior & the Yerkes 40 inch glass has been all thqfc heart could de .jiliW-O^Did W*d$. AROUND THE STATE. '1 •V •"Cavalier inkerton of Sheriff coun/ty rounded up a Menonlte outfit named Rodes who were flying to the land otf King Edward the Great with some mortgaged property. The next session of the'£^§j& kota Methodist conference wil&iws held at Jamestown next spring. The scheme to change the meetings from spring to fall was voted down Rev. W. R. Morrison of Wheat! attending the Methodist conference at Fargo, was accidentally struck by the sharp corner of "a sliding ioor and sustained a severe cut on the head. George Hughes and Geo. Phelps are in the twin cities making contracts for street attractions for the fire fes tival week at Fargo and for the tour-* nament the following week in -Dickin son. The Oakes Republican fears that the survey party it chronicled as' going over the line from Abeideoj. to Bismarck was simply a party of sur veyors laying out a cemetery at Brad dock. The Republican is easily dis couraged. A. Washington dispatch says that the recent decision of the supreme court in several contested divorce cases, while laying down several im portant principles, will not affect the standing of other divorced couples, as separate stilts must be brought in each case will be tried on its merits. A VALUABLE flEDICINE. FOR COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHIL DREN. I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlain's Cough remedy to aji who are suffering from coughs or colds," says Chas. M. Cramer, Esq.,- a well known watch maker, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It has been some two years since the city dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have re peatedly used it and it has always been beneficial. Jt has cured me quickly of all chest colds. It is especially effective fdr children and seldom takes more than one .bottle to cure them of hoarseness. I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine, and they are ail as well pleased as myself over the results." For sale by E. S. Beardsley, druggist PROTECT YOUR FURS By using Cedar Anti-Moth Bags. Size, 24x3H inches. Guaranteed vermin proof. Neither miller, moth nor mouse will go near them. Bags are strongly impregnated with odor of cedar (odor lasts as long as bag). Sent postpaid on receipt of SI. Agents wanted. Manufactured by Frink & Reynolds, 32 E. Fairfield avenue, St. Paul, Minn. ADVERTISED LIST. List of letters remaining unclaimed at the Bismarck postoffice for the week ending April 20, 1901: H. E. Armstrong. J. F. Jordan. B. F. Lowell, Miss Tillie Lindstrom, Iver H. MOOT, Chas. Prole, Guy E. Smith, Ed Sorrenson, John Shaw (2) In calling for the above pleace say "advertised" and give the date erf this list Letters will be held 21 days be fore being sent to the dead letter office. AGATHA G. PATTERSON, P. M. BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... UANUSUtOTUSET B? ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. WHOTK THE KAMI. [First publication April 8,1901.] Citation and Notice Hearing Proof of Foreign Will. CTATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. COUNTY OF Burleigh. In County Court, before Hon. John F. Fort, Judce. In the matter of the es tate of Josiah S. Karns, deceased. Matilda A. Karns. Petitioner, vs. All Persons Interested in Said Estate. Respondents. The State of North Dakota t« the above named respondents and all persons interested in the estate of Josiah S. Karns, deceased: You and each of you are hereby notified that Matilda A. Karns, the peti tioner herein, has filed in this court a' copy of the last will and testament of Josiah S. Karns, lata of the city of Lima, in the county of Allen and state of Ohio, deceased, and the probata thereof in the state of Ohio, dub* authenticated, with her petition, praying for the admission to probate of said document as the last will of said deceased, and for the issuance to Matilda A. Karns, of letters testamentary thereon, and that the said petition and proofs of said purported will will be heard and duly considered by this con* on Monday, the 20rh day of May, A. XX, 1901, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon ot that day, at the courtroom's of this -oart. in the city of Bis marck. county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota and you and each of you are hereby cited to appear boforo. this court at said tine and place and answer Baid petition and- show cauBe, if any there be, why the prayer of petition should not be granted. By the court* JOHN F. FORT, JaogeotfiieCount C— Dated the 8th day of April, A. 6. IDQLt be received at this office untU o^Sock. A. April S*, 19tHvand opened than for the sstruotion of A.Water Supply and Sewer Sj at Fort iiinouln, N. 3. Plans and apee£ficAtia&' may bo seen-end blank mrovosala with full ia structions, had npicm appacation lere or to the cfeMtruciing Quartermaster's Office. BUmarcfc N. D, United Stataa rsservaa the tight to m-'