Bv Jtf. XT. JEWJELL.
THE DAILY TRIBUNE.
Published every afternoon, except Sun
day, at Bismarck.., North Dakota, Is flellv
ered by carrier to all parts, of the city *t
BO cents per mouth, or $0 per year. Toe
dally seat to any address In tftfe
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per year $3 for six monllis $l.u0 for
Published' every Friday: eight pages,
containing a summary of the news of the
week—local, and foreign—particular atten
tion belug- piid to, state ^ufewe. Sent to
any address, postage paid, for $1,00 for
one year 50 cents for six months 25 cents
for three months.
The Bismarck Tribune is the oldest
oewB^aper in the state—established June
It, 187& It has a wide circulation and Is
desirable advertising medium. Being
published at the capital of the stute It
makes a feature of state news, of a semi
official character, and Is therefore particu
larly Interesting to all who desire to keep
the run of state affairs—political, social
The Grand Forks Herald is 20 years
of age. It was established Nov. 1,
1881, and has been operatic for twenty
years under the same management.
The Herald admits that it has, in com
mon with all papers In the Tytesit, had
its financial ups and downs, but it has
shared in the. prosq»erity of the past
few years and is notw well established,
prosperous and thoroughly equipped.
The Herald has one of the largest
circles at readers in the state. As a
newspaper, it stands at the head of
papers in the state, and while the Tri
bune has enjoyed frequent differences
of opinion with the Herald, it extends
the best wishes for a continuance of
prosperity in the next generation.
The annual report of Camml^ioiie?
Herman of the general land office says
15,562,769 acres of public land were
disposed off during the test fiscal year,
an increase of 2,108,908 over the pre
vious year which was the banner year
in public land sales. The net surplus
from the inteiior land and forest ad
ministration is $3,458,442.
This Grand Forks Herald says beer
shipments from East Grand Forks to
points in North Dakota hove doubled,
and suggests it is due to the fact that
the Bitatbe enforcement league Is not so
busy as it was a year ago.
We^carry a full assort
ment of the North,
Star Fur Coats—
FRUIT GROWING IN PEMBINA
Way up in the northern part of the
state, in Pembina county, apples are
successfully grown. The Bathgate
Pink Paper reports a good crop o^ the
farjn of Johij^Otten of Neche.
had sevieral t£rtetie» o? allies, fii^d
sold a j.uaatll^ a.' profitable price.
protected bV 'tieas
and the soil is ri'Ch with vegetable
mould and leaf dust making it suit
able for fruit growing. The Pink
Paper reports others in that county
who have made a success of fruit grow
ing in a small way.
CANT GET MEN.
The Bismarck, Washburn & Great
Falls company find it impossible to get
the men they need for •work in the
mines at Wiliton. The demand
for the coal is heavy as the winter is
and the company needs 100
men alt onoe. There is gpod pay,
steady work, good board and room in
prospebt for all who come. The road,
is advertising in all parts of the state
for men. The mines have been
equipped with new and modern ma
chinery for the mining of coal. There
are new cutters, fans, screens and
other devices found in a first class coal
mine They have also installed a new
link hoist, guaranteed to raise i25 tons
of coal an hour from the mine'leveL
This gives the. mine a large capacity,
and will enable it to fill all orders.
HOT STUFF FROM MEDOEA,
A Miedora dispatch says: Jaick
Snyder has sold the Metropolitan hotel
and skloon to J. RozeU of Sentinel
This is the saloon in wbich Gunny
sack Bill wrote the initials of his name,
in the wall balck of the bar, with pistol
balls, while Tom Grozier was kept busy
dodging. Grozier finally slipped out
the back door to hunt the sheriff, and
when he returned Gunnysack had full
charge of thie saloon and all drinks
were free for awhile. When asked
why he fired his gun he replied that at
the time he imagined he was Dewey in
Manila Bay, and that Grozier was a
Black diagonal cheviot,
velvet collar, a
good overcoat *3*
Black and blue Kerseys,
velvet collars, well
lined, splendid W
garment .... 7-50
Black and blue Kersey,
all wool, fast
colors ....... 11*00
Black and gray Meltons*
cassimere lined, very
Black and gray, very
heavy and durable,
with to collars,
at .. ... 5«°0
Irish Frieze, black, all
wool and well,
Chinchilla, in black, blue
and Oxford, strictly
all wool, very high
worth $16, at I2.0Q
•"'jE and free from
We carry the well-known
"Black Cat" Hosiery
ia boy ^'stockings and half hos^.
Editor Ajplin, formerly of Lisbon, has
gone into th* lumber business jjut in
.^'William Dwyer ,'|*f MeajfcaT^yjEi"
there will be a large $&is$aticiil of $ariik|.
ers flrom 'South Dalfot&vfco iNbrtb Dfr'
kota next year. "«a
Fomer Congressman Spalding
stopped in Washington while on his
way to New Hampshire aind called on
The dixect&B oi the Northwestern
Eire and Marine Insurant® company!
at Grand Forks have voted to'increase'
their capital stack from $100,000 to
Ait the reoeilt term of U. S. court in
Fargo Wm. Schwartz, Amos Herman
and Frank McOue of Mlnnewaukan
pleaded guilty*to selling liquor with
out posting the goveniment stamp,
and accepted fines of $25 each.
The case of J. C. Birch vs. Peter Lee
at al is on the docket for trial at the
term of district court at Minot. Birch
claims- $15,000 damages from the de
fendants for alienation his wife's
affections. The defendants claim
Bi*$b. had a wife living whep he ipar
ried his second spouse.
CoL Chas. Ferrier of Manila, former
ly veterinary in the government service
from Jamestown, is getting to the front
in a business way. He has recently
been appointed receiver of a bankrupt
railway company and the Manila pa
pers speak of his good business quali
fications and give him a greait send off.
He has a large.transportation business
employing a hundred men and i3 said
to be making moitey faster than most
young men of his age. His experience
in the veterinary business has stood
Mm in good stead in the Philippines.
NEW SALEM BUTTER.
Just to show "what kind of. butter
they make at ,New Salem, R. F. Flint
has the following leffiter from Hon.
David Bartlett at Buffalo:
"I enclose draft for $10.16, proceeds
of your last butter less expense. "It
scored 97% pedr cent,or withih one-half
good coat at|
Sheep-lined coat, good value,
point of the highest mark. It was
perfect in everything but flavor,, losing
2% per cent on that. The manager
of the department said it was the finest
looking buiUter received here this sea
Fall and Early Winter Announcement
Gray and brown, double breasted, good
.colors*,.. »*.«..Ti ', ....^X.40
4-U. wool blpe pheyiot, dqubig^ breasted
and well made .$2.25
Dar^ blue Worsted, diagonal, coat, vest
and short pants
We also carry better grades, with vests,
and full line'of children's suits, sizes 8
to 8 years, both vest and vestee suits.
Fuji line of boys |Reefers, Overcoats, and
Wool fleeced, "double front and back, "best in the
-I market at price, per garment./
^tural woolf heavy weight fine finish,^per
All wool ribbed,'Very Mk rmen
Would quickly leave you, if you used
New Life Pills. Thousands
sui^fera^iiave proved their maitfch
less merit' Sir sick and nervous head
aiclies. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Only 25, cents.
Money1 back if hot cured! Sold by
Beardsley & Finney, druggists.
The Dennison ink stand is for sale
ait%the Capital Book Store. The price
is only 25 cents, and the stand is one
that does all claimed for the expensive
$2 and $3 ink stands. It can't spill
the ink, and is a neat and handy ad
junct of the desk or writing table. Get
one before the supply is exhausted^
GREAT LUCK OF AN EDITOR.
"For two-years all efforts to cure
eczema in the, palms of my hands
failed." writes Editor H. N. Letter, of
Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly
cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's
lie world's Jest for eruptions, sores
and all skin diseases,^ .Ohly 25c
Beardsley & Finney's, druggiBts.
Our stock of goods for this season is so large and contains so
many genuine bargains, that it would: be practically impossible to
even mention all or them. But if you will come in, look through, and
make a fair comparison, not only with home prices, but with prices
giveji ill catalogues sent out by eastern houses, we feel confident of
being able to satisfy any one that it will not pay to send away for
goods, say nothing about taking chances on getting what you don't
WHh Noloon at Trafalgar.
Matboon, 111*., Nov. 2.—John O'Brien,
108 yean old, a prominent citizen for
many ytiar*, is dead at Middlesworth
station, 20 mil«s west of this city.
He was born in Ireland, went to sea at
amid served In Nelson's fleet as pow
der .monkey at the batttte of Trafalgar.
He was |n vigorous health until four
weeks ago, when he fell and. broke his
$6.00 TO BUFFALO PAN-AMERICAN
AND RETURN. $6.00.
Via the Nickel Plate
Thursdays and Saturdays, with limit
of five days from date of sale, good in
coaches only 15 day tickets at $18.00
for the round trip and 20 day tickets
at $i6.00 for
trip, good in sleep
ing cars. Three through daily, trains.
For particulars and
folder of buildingsfc and grounds ad
dress John Y. Caliban, General Agent,
111 Adams street, Chicago.
proportionately l0?r prices. full Jine
coat, good duck, ^oubllf^
breasted, high rolling pilar,, veaey
tC warn garment
Other grades Coats and Ulsters at
Bpys'^llned duck 1
v. ... .........
Cheviots, in black, blue
and gray, our best
$5.00 and $6.00
has broudtt permanent op*, Memy cases of
'rS A horn* baev** complete without children.
fasdbikt fof thrfeck of a child to love. Their -«#1
All Wool blue Uniform
in several qual-
HATS & GAPS
Men'tafld Boys' Wintet,
Caps, all shapes and
Wj/'TW* of the high motives of
taothOTON. Wtille barrenness is causing lncal.
ttHafcfe sidnt* «4, sorrow, it exiitt in most
cases on accofnt of iome little female trouble*
which Wine of CWlSl would speedily MtrigM.
This pure Wine reguhitei the oUordered female
organs by building up the worn out nerves and
regukilng the m»nsta|iJ fIow. It restores the
fweh' womb to its proper pfecci By strtngtfv
wring the generative orgims, It mikes «reg* y^|
slble where bawenne** exists. Yo«
possible where lK«ennei^ «x|Bts
can depend on
Suffering women *11 over th^ l#nd haye bttn
depending on it for
more convincing proof .qui be given
testimony of Mrs. Benson.who Is only
thoiisuids of women to whom Wlne of Carw| ___
which robs'ntoffiOT of'thWrhopes—have been avoided
Wine. You are asked to try Wme of Cardui and Thedford 6lacMraught
Its companion medicine. Nine. out. of teh caies of female trouble, barren*,
ness inaS&d, yield to them. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of CarduL
cured alter taking fljroe bottles widliave another totuke wMoh IgottWj
M. RYE & CO
bring Fires—are you insured?. If not call on us.
OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK
BISMARCK, H. 0.
in two qual
$4.75 and $5.00
SIZES 14 TO 20
Black and llue'Cheviots tery
Striped Worsteds, atfvfi
mixed, very^ heavy,4 all
wool, splendid wearing suit
serge, one of o«r bes|.
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