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W' &-\ CK- nv :tgr_ Paresis' ResjwnsiDimg aa ^fi It is PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN. Forum: Among the leading speakers during the past week over the state •were United States Senator McCum ber, Hon. B. F. Spalding, Governor White, General Williams, and Colonel Plmwmer. Commencing with next week there will be United States Sen ator Hansbrough, who has been ill for some time, Hon. M. N. Johnson, Gov ernor Worst, Hon. J. F. Callahan of CasseQton. Hon. J. F. Selby, state's at torney of Traill county, Hon. 0. Mc Harg of Jamestown. Hon. E. T. Skula son, Hon. H. G. Vik of St. Thomas, Hon. J. 'A- Sorlie of Grand Forks amd others. One German speaker is work ing in the western part of the state and another is speaking in Richland county. The field -will be fairly well covered and while there will not be as many meetings as two years ago, the campaign will be vigorous, system atic and a thorough one. the right It is) known by those who have ex amined the organization in the state that while there may be fewer speak ers there area larger number of work ers than ever before. Nothing is be ing left undone .to sweep the state •completely. Governor White called at the head quarters Thursday to see how things were doing. The governor is very hopeful over the situation and has every confidence im his re-election by a substantial majority. E. Y. Sarles called at the* headquar ters ifor a talk over the situation. Mr, Sarles was very enthusiastic in, his commendation of the work being done. He said that he and his friends are all anxious for the success of the entire ticket and especially the election of Governor White and promised that Traill county would give-her usual re publican majority and perhaps better it a little. There were so many callers at the headquarters during the week that those in charge got somewhat behind in routine work. There are a good r=Jn=Jr. All of All of All of East half West half North half, southeast quarter. 0 $- If' 3#t of to every child be well born, and to the parents it mast look for health and happiness. How incon ceivably great is the parents' responsibility, and how important that no taint of disease is left in the blood to transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the most pitiable suffering, and marking its little body with offen sive sores and eruptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes, glandular spellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity. How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach themselves-for bringing so much misery into the world? If you have any disease lurking in your system, how can you expect well developed, healthy children Cleanse your own blood and build up your health, and you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and made mankind healthier and happier. There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood troubles as S. S. S. It searches out even hereditary poisons, and removes every taint from the blood, and builds up the general health. If weaklings are growing' up around you, right the wrong by putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. It is a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects, and can be taken by both old and young without fear of any bad results. Write us about your case, and let our physicians advise and help you. This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood and skin diseases. "~5rn THE SWXWT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. many in to get instructions and sug gestions for the campaign and the greatest enthusiasm is manifest. Hon. T. F. Marshall of Oakes, rep resentative in the lower house of the national legislature, arrived in the city from Dickey county, where he has been campaigning during the week and made a pleasant call at the head quarters. Mr. Marshall will campaign in the southern part of the state with Colonel Plummer next week. YORK $23.30 CHICAGO TO NEW AND RETURN. Via Nickel Plate Road, on October 3, 4, 5 and 6, with return limit, leaving New York October 14, 1902. Three trains daily, at convenient hours. Ves tibuled sleeping cars. American Club meals, ranging in price from 35c to $1, served in dining cars on Nickel Plate Road also meals a la carte. Chicago depot, Harrison street and Fifth ave nue. City ticket office, 111 Adams street. 'Phone Central 2057. Write John Y. Calahan, general agent, 113 Adams street, Chicago* for particulars. Grim Labor Trouble. One of the first cases to come be fore the New South Wales arbitra tion court is that of the undertakers' assistants. They want their hours fixed at 60 per week. The master undertakers reply that, owing toi the habit people have of dying at unsea sonable times, and of remaining alive one week and then perishing in batches the next, it is impossible to fix hours. BIDS WANTED. Bids will be received by the city board of health for repairing the city detention hospital. Bids to be closed Oat 18. The board of heailth reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For specifications apply to Dr. E. P. Quain. George Gussner will deliver ice to anyone who will leave orders at the store or by 'phone. m^»r- •Ji=Jr=ur=Jn^lr- S. M. PYE & CO. Insure Anything Insurable When your friends ask you to go on their bonds, send them to us. We are General Agents for the U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty Company Best on earth, and can bondUthem. PIONEER AGENCY OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK PISMARCK, N. D. No Agents—No Commissions FOR SALE ON EASY TERNS. Description These lands are the choicest in the county and when seen will sneak for themselves. For terms apply to Clearance Paper Sale. It will pay you to lay in a supply of Wrapping Paper—Sacks and Butter Chips. We are dosing out our stock in that line lit Cost. You get a benefit in this. Call early. Bismarck & Washburn Lumber $o. Yard* ft Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn, Oeneral Office and Yard at Bisnuutk. Sec. Twp Acres- 25 139 79 64( 9 138 77 641 35 139 77 64* 5 138 77 321 1 139 81 32 31 139 78 48 F. WILCOX. **». 0«V •!,% -V 'J.'f» ^'7 STATE NEWS John Haas is meeting with opposi tion in his efforts to get a saloon li cense at East Grand Forks. The chief of police and night po liceman at Cass el ton have been re moved for "holding up" several strange re. The Hillsboro iostofflce was robbed Thursday night of $100 worth of stamps, and the sheriff is on the road after the robbers. The Emmons county coal contract for fifty tons Of lignite coal was awarded by the commissioners to Christ Wolfer, at $5 -85 per ton, he bidding the lowest. Clvurchs Ferry has a seven year old horse thief, in the person of Levi Nel son who drove his father's team to Brinsmade and endeavored to sell it, intending to go to the Pacific coast. The Dickey Reporter by S* D. Rainy is one of the latest newspapers established. The Reporter announces that it is not established for political purposes but for tihe advancement of the business interests of Dickey and LaiMoure county. Thomas Brennan was found dead on the prairie near the Cannonfrall river. Brennan was supposed to have been fighting a prairie fire which started on the reservation betweau the forks of the Cannon Ball river and Celnr creek. No one was. with him at the time, but the supposition is that the man's, clothes' caught on fire and he was unable to put out the blaze and was burned to death. His pocket book containing $132.07 was found on the ground near him and had evidently been thrown there bv the man after his clothes caught on fire. A strange drowning occurred five miles from Miaipies, near Lakota, by which Rose Naissem, a girl recently from Norway, lost her life. She was keeping house for her brother, Ole, and had gone outside to get some ar ticle of food out of a barrel which was used for that purpose, and which was sink into the ground. She was ab sent longer than the errand jvould naturally take her, when her brother went in search of her with the result that she was found with her at the bottom of the barrel in which there was less than ten inches of water. It was concluded that she had attempted to reach down into the barrel and, los ing her balance, fell in head first and drowned. She was about 20 years of age. BISMARCK DAILY TKIBUNE: MONDAY, OCTOBEB 13. 1802. Birds In Indian Legends. All primitive people regard the bird as specially wise and favored. Living In the air, he is regarded as exercising control over atmospheric phenomena, and, knowing so well his otrn migra tory seasons, the Indians observe his flights as foreboding ill or good to themselves. The Hurons believe that the dove carries the souls of the departed hence. The Bakotas say the storm bird dwells so high as to be out of human vision and carries a fresh water lake on his back, so that when he plumes himself it rains, when he winks his bright eyes it lightens, when he flaps his wings thunder rolls. The Alaskans hold much the same idea about the "thunder bird." Among them all the eagle is mighty, brave, aspiring, the symbol of their warriors for apparent reasons. The kingfisher is anxious to serve his broth* er man. Royalty and Profanity. William the Conqueror did not intro duce swearing into England, but The Flrat Quarrel. After the explosion the following were, found to be injured: The Groom. Slightly scratched about the face, force of character and self esteem sfmewhat shattered will hereafter show timidity under like cir cumstances. The Bride.—Dignity hurt, but not broken showed unexpected courage will recover slowly. Cupid.—Badly shocked will recover. —Life Pleaalnc Him, Mrs. Gay—Yes, I know my husband can't afford all these things, bat I'jp baying them to please him. Mm. SP^PPO-TQ vim* wn»? Mrs. Qay—Yes there's nothing thajt pleases him more than a chance to tell his people what a martyr he Uu—Phlla deUahla Brail, -'.r Mfie. *Sl»e vfisel is a* tfee shoot# tbf captain, thrusting his head In thi s$g£s satooo, 'that's good news," remarked th« idiotic passenger wai liking hi* first trip abroad. "So long as we arf on the Upeks ire can't sink."—Ohi# Matt Tmrasf spiilil W. 8. TOWNSEND, C. M. Q1LBERT, A. F. CARMODY, WM. H. MARTIN, be brought with him a very forcible oath. William was accustomed to swear "by the splendor of God," and on such oc casions he combined with it the "ter rible aspect of the eyes," which always took the place of swearing in the case of Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B. After William's time the rulers of England, with possibly here and there an excep tion, swore with great frequency and vigor. It is related that even Queen Bess, whose auburn locks did not belie a fiery temper, would break into a string of expletives that would rattle the royal windows and frighten the household and royal attendants from all sense of diplomatic recourse.—Lon don Tatler. '4 From SLPaul and Minneapolis to Chicago Milwaukee and the East. Burlington Route Library ffe Smoking a On Burlington Boute Limited trains afford the traveler all the comforts of a good club. Easy chairs, a writing desk, current periodicals and duplicate whist are provided. People of the kind you like to meet are the patrons of these cars. That meanB a pleasant evening before retiring to the sleeping car. A competent attendant serves light lunches and refreshments from a well-stocked buffet at moderate prices. ASK YOUR HOWE AGENT FOR TICKETS VIA THE BURLING O N O E The Bismarck Tribune carries a full line of legal blanks, all kinds of con veyancing blanks, deeds, contracts, land blanks, plats and plat books. A new catalogue, Just issued, will be sent on application 71 OFFICERS President Vice-President Sac. and Treasurer Land Comminlssloner EACH steamship communication. This tract will soon be ready. We have also a tract of We are offering no stock for sale in our 09m' each share exchangable for two acres of land, tiaally tike same as in Southern California, Applications for lands ahonld be Qiad? to Who will furnish man), platsfand any enterprise in Colombia, California »,Tt* "V" WM. A. BENTLEY, General Western Agent. BANK OF DEPOSIT—WELLS FARGO & CO., 63 BROADWAY. This company is formed for the purpose of colonizing lands in North and South Amer ica also to buy and sell real estate and personal property to negotiate sales of and purchase mines and mining property, mining and metallurgical plants and machinery to organize and establish town sites and dispose of the same to issue and negotiate bonds to estahlish operate and maintain electric light and power, gas and water plants and other municipal utilities, and to purchase and sell the same to build, operate and maintain, buy and vessels and cars, operated by steam, electricity or other motive power to enqpurage emiera ion from Europe, Canada, the United States and Mexico, and to do any business for which ndividuals may lawfully associate themselves to carry on. THIS COMPANY iS THE SUCCESSOR OF THE CALIFORNIA IMMIGRANT UNION whiM, was incorporated in San Francisco in October, 1869, by William T. Coleman, Hon. Leland StnnfnrU Booth, Alexander Weill, Abraham Seligmann, Charles Crocker, C. C. Hopkins, L. Gottig and others The "Union" in 1870,1871 and 1872 located over 3,000 settlers upon government homestead l«ndH assisted in locating the "RIVERSIDE" Colony, "PASADENA," "ONTARIO," "POMONA "RFHt A wna "LOMPOC COLONY," in Santa Barbara County "THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COLONY^' at and other well known colonies. resno, The success in settling these well known colonies in which we have been engaged since a guarantee that our services can be duplicated in any future colony enterprise we undertake. Very few of these settlers who located at RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, commenced'iifa thoro more than $1,000, yet in 1895 RIVERSIDE was rated by BRADSTREET'S COMME^TAL Ar^Trv "SI fe',12'000 FAMILY' *'"*•theD 300,000 Acres in Colombia, South America lying on the east bank of the Magdalena river, about 600 miles from the coast. It is ahonr 1 nnn i. the level of the sea, and has a frontage on the river of about 25 miles. This property will be divided into 20,40, 80 and 100-acre farms, and sold to the first Km acre, payable $1 acre cash, and *1 pier acre in four equal annual payments, without interest The climate, soil and productions We the same as Southern California, including Troninal Tolwcco^etc °D9' *4nM?s' 0rftP? Applf®,Grapes, Cocoa and Rubber Tr^Gin^ig'g^^ TIMBER.—In addition to the agricultural products mentioned, we have thonuMa varieties of hard wood timber, such as mohogany, Lignum Vitae, Oak, Spanish Cedar A^bLrtn^fn6^0 -suitable for cabinet work. Also Cinchona Copa^ia, Barsaparilla, Cinnamon cK^ArJW' Root and Ginseng Boot grow spontaneously. f'^°oti Ginger MANUFACTURING.—We are preparedjp assist and encourage any desirable mam,»«„», .• ess tht may seek an opening in our colpny. We Intend that it shall be an INDUS^^At^r558vJlUBI" where we will have the following: Carriage and wagon factory. blacltsmith shona ff. factory, bo* factory, shoe factory, ice faotory and electric plant, agricultural iinblemenl wnri« ?*ctojy cigar mining machinery, npur and £rij^mlll, saw mills, and other industries will follow. ^flne^large^ ^jSnfls to be in running ord^r April I,: 11 1 Good Idea. If you have invented s6methlng—useful, novel, new—and it is patentable, it will be well not to overlook the fact that there is good money in patented devices if properly promoted. The first, •thing an inventor should do is' to ascertain if bis invention is new and patentable. M. H. Jewell, of the Bismarck Tribune, who is a regularly registered patent attorney, will attend to all patent matters that may be intrusted to his care. WHISKEY SI We claim to be the Lowest Priced Whiskey House. We really sell whiskey as low as $1.10 per gallon, and mind you, distilled whiskey— not a decoction of chemicals—but of course it's new and under proof. Casper's Standard 10 Year old whiskey is a liquid joy! It js actu ally produced by honest Tar Heels in the Mountain gteplion of North Carolina by the_ old time process. Every drop is boiled oyer open fur nace wood fires, in old style copper stills, itj exactly the Sftffle way it was made by oijr grandfathers a century ago. First rate whiskey is sold at $5 to $6 per gallon, but is not any better than "Qqsper's Stand drrf.' Itis the best produced and must please every customer or we will buy it back with gold—we are incorporated under the laws of N. C. with an authorized capital of $100,000.00, and the Peoples National Bank and Piedmont Savings Bank of WinstOn-Salem, Sh C., will tell you our guarantee is good. This old honest, mild and mellow whiskey is worth one dollar per quart, but to more fully introduce Casper's Standard" we offer sample shipments of this brand at half price (packed in plain sealed boxes) 6 Quarts $2.95, JO Quarts $6.00, Express Prepitid Anywhere in U. 8. All orders and remittances (in stamps, cash or by check, etc.) as well as requests for confidential price list must be addressed as follows SPOKANE JAPAN CHI WM, H. MARTIN, Land Commissioner, 71 Broadway, New York DR. WM.A, BENTLEY, General Western Agent information desired er Idaho. B. T. CASPER CO., Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S. A. ijaln Office and Warehouses: Nos. 1045-46 Liberty, and 1,8,4 and 5 Maple Streets. $1 To ®T. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AMD POINTS EAST&SOUTH To JIlaska^ KLONDIKE INTERNATIONAL COLONIZING GO, Broadway, New York City. VESTIBULED TRAINS. DINING CARS. Time Card-flismarck. West Bound. No. 1, North Coast Limited No.8. Pacific EzpreBs.., No. 7, local............. No, M, west bound DIRECTORS: HENRY A. WHITINQ CASSIU5 M. GILBERT W. H. HENDEE R. O. STEBBINS Wfl(I. BECKETT HARD1NQ h'8 b",° The next colony tract we shall offer the public is located in CHOLAME VALLEY nn-fv, Barbara, containing 40,000 acres-one of the most beautiful locations in California, near BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA ired to reliable citing to jpir swmr J' »,^r 1 GALLON vTVr .... 10:05 p. m. 12:17 p. m. .... 2:15p. m. Ea*t Bound. No, 2, North Coast Limited.... No. 4. Atlantic Ejmress No. 8, local .... 4:04a.m. .....10:05p. m. ...... 2:15p. m. Way Freight Tr.T„„ 6:00 p. m. No. 88, east boppfl. 7:35 a. m. Permit at Ticket Office for SS-ati Pullman flutKslass and Tourist Sleeping cars'. sell nn /i 1870 will ha .^' iSpuSuoSh rSlroadand kmuuhu auu 0UI: 1'uuu feet above 8i COLONY, A fine large s»|r par irrigation^ 8 I 'A *•.