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WIELDS A SHARP AX.
Millions marvel at the multitude ol
maladies cut off by Dr. King's New
Life Pills—the most distressing too.
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles—
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall
before these wonder workers. 25c at
P. C. Remington's durg store.
ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN
/~*IRL WANTED for general house work.
VJ Wages $20.00 per month. Mrs. Charles
Kupitz.
"C^OR RENT—One five-room house aud one
three-room house, corner of Broadway and
Twelfth street. M. P. Skeels, agent.
WHAT HANE YOU TO TRADE FOR? HIGH
»v class oil stocks and other Texas Invest­
ments. W. Scott Luce & Co., Beaumont, Texas.
CPLENDID—wages paid men who learn the
barber trade with us, much time saved by
our method of steady practice, expert in­
struction. etc. Special offer for 15 [days. Moler
Barber College. Minneapolis, Minn.
USliRE WITH 0. D. ED1CK—JEW YORK LIFE
To Cross the River
Passengers desiring to cross the Missouri will
find a ferry at the foot of the bridge, just above
the warehouse.
Safe Transportation at All Hours of
the Day or Night.
ASK FOR THE FERRYMAN.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
C. D. EDICK
W INSURANCE "«l
And Security Bonds.
Phone 15. FIRST NAT BANK BL, CK
ALLEN & COCHRANE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
MCKENZIE BBICK
A. T. PATTEBSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Money to Loan
FIRST NAT'L BANK BLOCK
John Bloodgood,
Real Estate, Loans
and Collections.
Bargains in Wild and Improved Farm
Lands. Locate on government lands.
Insurance written in best Companies.
With 19 years experience in New
Salem and vicinity.
New Salem, North Dakota
Bismarck, Washburn & Great
Falls Railway Co.
Official Time Card No. 12. Taking effect at
6 a. m. Monday, January 13th, 1901.
Daily except Sunday.
No. 1. Mis. Stations. No. 2.
8:30 a. m. 0..Lv..Bismarck..t..Ar. 3:00 p. m.
9:10 a.m. 10..Lv. ..Arnold.. ,.t..Lv.2:20 p. m.
9:50a.m. 18..Lv. Baldwin... t..Lv.l:50p. m.
26.Lv.Chapin Jet Lv
10:20 a. m. 27.Ar.. Wilton t..Lv.l:15 p. m.
28 ..Chapin.
11:30a.m. 27 Lv..Wilton—t..Ar.. 1:00p. m.
a .Lv.Boosevelt Lv..a
11:15a.m. 45 Ar..Washburn..t.Lv.. 12:15p.m.
a Stop on signal. Telegraph station.
EDWIN C. WASHBUBN,
General Manager.
E. H. WALKER,
Traffic Manager
SECRET SOCIETIES.
MASONIC.
Bismarck Lodge, A. F. & A. M.. No. 5.
Meets first and third Mondays In each
month at Masonic hall. Henry L. Reade,
W. M. W. F. Cochrane, Secretary.
Tancred Commandery, Knights Templar.
No. 1. Meets third Thursday in each
month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. M.
M. Cook, E. C. W. F. Cochrane, Recorder.
Bismarck Chapter. No. 11, O. E. S.
Meets first and third Fridays in each month
at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. Margaret
Hare. W. M. Hattie Skelton, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
St. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meets every
Wednesday evening at Workmen hall
Baker Block. John Bostrom, C. C. John
L. Peterson, K. of R. and S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO­
MEN.
A fraternal insurance organization. Meets
first and third Thursdays of each month In
G. A. R. hall. Frank J. Mason. F. Harry
Lee, correspondent. Tribune office.
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, Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
Capital City Lodge No. 2—Meets every
Friday at McGowan hall at 8 o'clock p. m.,
J. J, Lamb, N. G.: Harry Lee, Secretary.
G. A. R.
James B. M^Pherson Post No. 2, Depart­
ment' of North Dakota. Grand Army of the
Republic. Meets every second and fourth
Thursday in each month at G. A. R. hall,
Bismarck, N. D. Nicolos Dockendorf, Com-
v.: mander W. A. Bentley, Adjutant.
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS.
'i Meets second and fourth Fridays of each
month at their hall at 2:30 p. m. Flounce
Ward, president Mrs. Dorothy J. Field,
secretary.
S THE FLORENCE CRITTENTON CIR
cle of Bismarck—Auxiliary to the National
-v? "Florence Crlttenton Mission—President.
Ella Hooghtailing Corresponding Secretary,
Linda Slaughter Becoriin* Secretary,
Harriet E. Willco*: Rescue Band—Mrs. F. M.
sS. Carr, Lucy Wa'd, Mary E.White:ratt, S.E. John
son, Josio H. Beers, Mrs. C. E. Mnrrell. This
rescue Band.
The Bismarck Tribune carries a full
line of legal blankB, all kinds of con­
veyancing blanks, deeds, contracts,
land blanks, plats and plat books. A
new catalogue, ]ust Issued, will lie sent
OQ
application.
After Years uf Mental
and Physical Sufferings
and Failures with Ordi­
nary riedicines,
PAINE'S CELERY
COMPOUND
Cures a South Carolina
Gentleman.
This Marvelous Medicine is Heart­
ily indorsed by the Ablest
and Best Physicians.
What a blessing it would be to hu­
manity in general if all suffering men
and women knew just Wiat Paine's
Celery Compound is able to .lo.
The work that cannot be done for
the sick and suffering by months of
experimenting with the common mc.-d
ivines of the day, is successfully car­
ried to victory by Paine's Celery Hcm
pcund in a few short weeks^
The cure of Mr. Murph proves fully
the assertion made above. After years
of failures, misery, agony, an:l de­
spondency, Paiine's Celery Compound
n^ade a "new man" of one who had be­
come a mere wreck—one who was fast
rearing the grave
Have faith, sufferer! Ya nave a
strong deliverer at hand able to rescue
and save you. Prom today, let your
hcipe be centered in Paine's Celery
Compound and its mighty power to
cure. It has never disappointed any
sufferer it will not fail in your case.
Mr. R. H. Murph, Rich, S. C.. under
the direction of a kind Providence was
lt-d to use the medicine that "makes
sick people well." His testimony is
strong and convincing. It shows un­
mistakably tlhat Paine's Celery Com­
pound is the true health builder for
weak, weary, sleepless, and run down,
people at this season. Mr. Murpih
says:
"I have hlad nervous prostration for
several years. I was troubled almost
continually with nervous headache,
could not sleep well, had become ab­
sent minded, and was considerably run
down in flesh and general health. A
friend advised me to try Paine's Cel­
ery Compound. I used four bottles
and am now in excellent health, and
weigh more than I have for five yeare,
all of which I owe to Paine's Celery
Compound."
Original and only reliable.
Beware of poor imitations.
BIG POSTOFFICE FRAUD.
Millions of Bogus Postal Cards Put in
Circulation.
Chicago, April 26.—A postoffice
fraud involving the issue and circula­
tion of millions of postal cards was
brought to a close by Postoffice In­
spector Stuart, who arrested Louis
Smith and confiscated over 100,000
cards, printing presses, cardboards
and plates. Two weeks ago Inspector
Stuart found a postal card that had a
suspicious look. He at once began an
investigation and since then he has
succeeded in learning all that was
necessary to prosecute the counter­
feiter.
Smith's scheme, according to In­
spector Stuart, was to have a printing
firm enamel a quantity of the cards as
though they were to be used for a
perfectly legitimate purpose. Another
firm he had engrave a plate with Jef­
ferson's head on an invitation card.
Still another he had engrave "The
United States of America." Then he
would place all these parts together
and thus complete an excellent imita­
tion postal .card.
Inspector Stuart says that from the
business in cardboard and from other
evidence he has he thinks Smith must
have made millions of the cards and
that he sold all he made to all parts of
the country. Smith admits he has
been engaged in the business for two
years.
CHINESE REBELS ROUTED.
Bloody Battle Fought In the Vicinity
of Nan Ning.
Hong Kong, April 26.—Advices re­
ceived from Wu Chou, under date of
April 22, announce that a bloody battle
was then proceeding between a force
of imperial troops on their way to Nan
Ning and a large force of rebels. The
imperial army attacked the rebel en­
campment in the Wu Chang hills,
brought up two Maxims and two 12
pounders, and finally scattered the reb­
els and captured their leader, Hung
Yung Seng, who was wounded.
Subsequently the rebels captured
two villages on the outskirts of Nan
Ning and established their headquar­
ters in those villages.
MUST 8TAND TRIAL ALSO.
Against
Conductor Makes Charges
Senator Money.
Washington, April 26.—Senator Mon
ey of Mississippi was placed in custody
on information filed by Arthur B. Sha
ner, the street car conductor who
charged the senator with assaulting
him during the disturbance on Sha
ner's car. Senator Money, Conductor
Shaner and Foreman Hooper of the
fire department, who assisted the con
ductor, apreared in the police court
and their t.ial was set for next Thurs­
day morning.
murderer Commits Suicide.
Milwaukee, April 26.—Herman
Heese, murderer of Helmuth Bergman
committed suicide by hanging in the
county jail. He used a long towel, ty
ing it around his neck and fastening
it. to the upper bunk of his cell
Heese shot Bergman apparently with
out provocation, killing him instantly
just as the latter had finished break­
fast at his boardinghouse and was pro­
ceeding to work.
MANY CHANGES TO OCCUR.
Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Serv­
ice to Be Reorganized.
New- York, April 26.—The Herald's
Washington correspondent sends the
following:
"A reorganization of the diplomatic
and consular service of the United
States, even more comprehensive than
hits been believed, will occur in a
short time.
"Changes will be made in at least
nine missions, and the men affected
will include ministers and secretaries.
There is to be a general sweeping out
of the deadwood in the consular serv­
ices.
"The embassies which will have
changes made in their personnel are
those in Berlin, Rome and London, and
the missions are those to Spain, China,
Japan, Guatemala, Colombia and pos­
sibly Argentina."
TAKING (TS REGULAR COURSE.
Queen Wilhelmina's Illness Entering
Its Third Week.
The Hague, April 26.—The ftorning
bulletin posted at Castle Loo announc­
ed that Queen Wilhelmina slept at in­
tervals during the night. Hef fever
temperature continues to indicate that
her majesty's illness, which has now
entered its third week, is taking its
egular course.
The afternoon bulletin from Castle
Loo was non-committal. It merely
said that her majesty's condition call­
ed for no special remarks.
TWO KILLED, SCORES INJURED.
Vfreck on the Great Eastern Railway
Near London.
London, April 26.—By the breaking
of an axle on the forward coach ol
the Great Eastern's workmen's suburb­
an train at Hackney junction two per­
sons were killed, 15 badly injured and
100 less seriously hurt.
All the carriages left the track, ar
in the following crash the passen?p
were caught between the horizc"
seats, which closed like a pair c?
sors.
Many had their lower limos cu:
cleanly off.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
The bubonic plague has broken out
in Canton, China, in malignant form.
General J. S. Clarkson of Iowa has
taken the oath of office as surveyor of
customs of the port of New York.
Senator McCumber has introduced a
bill prohibiting the sale of intoxicat­
ing liquors in all government build­
ings.
The directors of the Charleston ex­
position have set apart the week be­
ginning May 21 and closing May 28
as German week.
All the suspects arrested in connec­
tion with the kidnapping of Miss Ellen
M. Stone, the American missionary,
have been released.
ON THE DIAMOND.
American Association.
At Columbus, 11 Minneapolis, 4.
At Indianapolis, 0 Milwaukee, 3.
At Louisville, 13 Kansas City, 0.
At Toledo, 6 St. Paul, 17.
American League.
At Baltimore, 6 Philadelphia, 2.
At Chicago, 0 Detroit, 5.
At Washington, 3 Boston, 11.
At St. Louis, 4 Cleveland, 2.
National League.
At Pittsburg, 3 Chicago, 5.
At Philadelphia, 6 Brooklyn, 16.
At New York,- 4 Boston, 8.
At Cincinnati, 9 St. Louis, 2.
I am ready to do work in painting
or paper hanging. All work first class.
Give me a trial. Leave orders at the
Western Union.
York News.
A. H. GARRETT,
FARMER JOE'S SPEECH.
it
Wu Short, but It Crashed the
Bomptioas Yonngeter.
"You may get tlie better of an oppo­
nent in debate," said an old time ora­
tor, "by sheer force of convincing argu­
ment—that is to say, you may score
and win on points—but if you want to
put your man down and out at a single
coup just make him ridiculous. Only
succeed in doing this, and all the logic
Of the other side will explode in vacan­
cy like so many blank cartridges.
Once when I was serving a term up
the state in the legislature a bumptious
youngster who had just been introduc­
ed was laboring through his maiden
effort. He was attacking a man who
was his senior by at least a score and
ten years and thought to make a hit by
referring to him as 'that little gray
beard from Herkimer.' Rymal of Niag­
ara rose to reply. He was an old timer,
who never spoke unless he had some­
thing to say and so was always sure of
an attentive audience. Farmer Joe, as.
he was called, got up slowly, gradually
expanded himself to his full height of
0 feet 4, thrust his left hand behind the
tails of a capacious and somewhat
shabby frock coat, held up the index
finger of his right hand, cleared his
throat ominously and solemnly began:
'Mr. Speaker, the honorable geptle
man who has just spoken has never
read Pope's essay. If he had, he would
remember that the "soul's the standard
of the man." And, sir, fifty such souls
as that of the honorable gentleman
who preceded me could be pui Into the
skull of a flea and have as much room
there as two frogs in Lake Superior.'
"He didn't have to say more. The
chamber went into a convulsion of
laughter which lasted for several min­
utes after the tall farmer bad resumed
his s£at. As for the youngster, be did
the best he could. He wriggled about,
got red in the face, tried to look uncon­
cerned and kept his mouth closed dur­
ing the balance of the session."—New
Office* «4 Ofleei*ek«M.
It frequently happens that when
man gets an office he finds It too small
for him. But they're all willing to
squeeze In.—Atlanta Constitution.
Yacht racing Is one of tbe chief di­
versions In the Hawaiian Islands.
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BISMARCK DAILY TH1BUNE: SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1802
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Some Rare Bargains
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