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The condition of Senator Hanna, who
became ill Tuesday, is much improved.
Oshkosh, Wis., is celebrating the
semi-centennial of its incorporation as
a city.
The annual convention of the Amer­
ican Bar association opened at Hot
Springs, Va., Wednesday.
The cotton trade in England is in
a worse state than fpr fifteen years
in consequence of shortness of the sup­
ply of cotton.
The funeral of Menotti Garibaldi,
the eldest son of the patriot, took place
at Rome Tuesday and evoked a grand
popular demonstration of sympathy.
Martin Kellogg, ex-president of the
University of California, is dead at
San Francisco as the result of an
operation several weeks ago to relieve
a combination of stomach and liver
troubles.
The baby boy recently born to Mrs.
Orover Cleveland at Buzzards Lay,
Mass., has been christened Frauds
Orover .Cleveland, a name selected by
the other children after their fathei
and mother.
County Attorney Edwin J. Sims ot
Chicago has mailed to Secretary Cor
telyou of the department of oomerce
and labor liis acceptance of the ollice
of solicitor for the bureau of corpora
tiens tendered him last week.
TO AVOID DELAY.
Czar Urged to Appoint New Venezue.
Ian Arbitrators.
London, Aug. 27.—In order to have
as little delay as possible in the meet­
ing of the Venezuelan tribunal ii is
understood that the interested powers
have urged the czar to select immedi­
ately successors as arbitrators for Pro
lessor Matzen of Copenhagen univer­
sity and Dr. l*ardy, the Swiss minister
at Paris, who declined to act because
their respective countries are interest­
ed parties. \As all the important states
of Europe.' gave Russia, have claims
against Venezuela the choice of dele­
gates is limited to small states and to
the Eastern countries.
It is believed in official circles here,
however, that the czar will succeed in
finding jurists acceptable to the in­
terested powers.
TAKEN BACK TO IRELAND.
Woman Charged With Embezzling Pos­
tal Funds.
Detroit, Slich., Aug. 27.—Mrs. Ellen
McKeen, former postmistress of Tub
bermore, Ireland, who was arrested at
Windsor, Out., on the charge of em­
bezzling $4,000 from the British gov­
ernment and who effected a dramatic
escape from the Sandwich jail only
to be recaptured after two days in the
open air without food, has begun her
journey to Ireland to stand trial, ac­
companied by Sergeant Barrington of
the Irish constabulary.
Wanted—an t. ccupation.
When they asked r.e=::rj:W Vauder
bilt his occupation no replied. "Gentle­
man." When they asked the same
question of Harry Payee Wnitney he
answered: "1 don't kr.ow what name
to give to that." Perhaps Col. Watter
son could be induced to take an hour
or two off to ccin a word that will fit­
tingly describe the moneyed leisure
class of this great nation?
Friends Provide Medal.
Some people have the lueoal craz®
badly, as is th£ case in Tivoli, N. Y.
J. L. de Peyster of that place raised
the Stars and Stripes over Richmond
after it fell, and the unkind govern­
ment would not pive li'm a medal of
honor for it, as it was clafmc! that
there was no personal mk nr danger
In the act. The man's friends have
had a nice medal mndc for hlr.i. how­
ever.—Springfield Itepublican.
BACKACHE.
Backache Is a forerunner and
one of the most common symp­
toms of kidney trouble and
womb displacement.
READ MISS (TOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE.
Some time ago I was in a very
weak condition, my work made mo
nervous and my back ached frightfully
all the time, and 1 had terrible head­
aches.
My mother pot a bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Com­
pound for me, and it seemed to
strengthen my back and help me at
once, and I did not get so tired as
before. I continued to take it, and it
brought health and strength to me,
and I want thank you for the
good it has done ine." Miss KATE
lioi.LMA.lf, 142nd St. & Wales Ave.,
New York City.—$5000
forfeit If original of
above ietter proving genuineness cannot be produced.
I-ydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable
Compound cures because It is
the greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles.
Every woman who is puzzled
•bout her condition should write
to MB. Plnkham at Lynn* Haw,
•nd tell her nil.
French Imports of Grain.
The average annual importations of
foreign corn into France for the past
three years were H,000,000 bushels,
of which the Argentine republic fur­
nished an annual average of 4,250,000
bushels, Roumania 3.000.000, and the
United Stages 2,So0,Oim.
Salt Preserve Coal.
Recc:.tly experiments with a view
to preserving the calorific properties
of hard coal by immersion in salt
water were made, and it was demon­
strated that a loss of but 1 per 'cent
occurred. Stored In the ordinary way
coal loses about 50 per cent ot its calo­
rific power. Ralnsodden coal is said
to cause bunker fires, but the effects
of coal soaked In sea water yet re
rv»«(no Ko onon
Suicide Prevented.
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had been discov­
ered will interest many. A run down
system, or despondency invariably
precede suicide and something has
been found that will prevent that con­
dition which makes suicide likely. At
the first ttiougnt of self destruction
take Electric Bitters. It being a great
tonic and nervine will strengthen the
nerves and build up the sytem. It's
also a great Stomach, Liver and Kid­
ney regulator. Orwy 50c. Satisfac­
tion guaranteed by P. C. Remington,
druggist.
Edward Is a Linguist.
Kins Edward's proficiency as a lin­
guist was strikingly illustrated during
his reccnt visit to Paris. At a private
dinner given by M. Loubet, the French
president read a very formal speech.
The king of England got up imme­
diately after and delivered without a
note an admirable speech in French.
Puts an End to it All.
A grievous wail ofttimes comes as
a result of unbearable pain from over­
taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache,
Liver complaint and Constipation.
But thanks to Dr. King's New Life
Pills they put an end to it all. They
are gentle hut thorough. Try them.
Only 25c. Guaranteed by Rem­
ington, drug store.
College Cheering.
"Everything moves faster now than
it used to," said a young college grad­
uate, "including college cheering, the
tempo of which has been consider­
ably accelerated within comparative­
ly recent years. The old grad Join­
ing in nowadays to swell his college
cheer finds that he must holler faster
than he used to, or else he'll be left
behind."
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insig­
nificant cuts or puny boils have paid
the death penalty. It is wise to have
Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy,
it's the best salve on eaTth and will
prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores,
Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c.
at P. C. Remington's drug store.
Abandons Cutlasses.
Cutlasses are to be allowed no long­
er in the French navy. In ordering
those in the service to be sent the
minister of marine explains that naval
commanders had advised him that
there is no .need now for these weap­
ons, which formerly were used for
boarding purposes.
Insurant Pi:ks.
The large insurnnc? companies no*
insist that individuals are much more
''angerous risks in tho matter of tu
berrulosio if they are twenty pounds
under the normal weight than if they
are descendants families with tu
beri'ulos'.s heredity on both sides of
the house, when not intimately asso­
ciated with tho who are actually
suffering from ti:l 'Tcuiasis.
Sociable Kanras Tor^^ci^^s.
At Oakley the oUior day •he people
witnnccod the of .I've1 torna­
does whirling rl 'h.. «ir:e time.
They woi:ld ('art their sna' c'iVe tails
tf ward the irrourd. tip
t• dart again, but nvr» reached
the earth. This onn nre t\!*es up
lor about twenty niiri:*^f in ^ssinp
over a considerahlo prnjie of country
and then vanish"! r!- fj jn a juirple
black cloud.
Adds to Ar-erican Trade.
Last year Co,- ,«.00 barrels of ker­
osene ere tadwc I in tho United
States, and it is re-.. ed that the pro­
ceeds from the :-a'a' this and the
varioun by-pio.vrrs from crude pe
troleum ir:carlv $.",00,00u,
(00.
Leet V»'e re.-ijct.
It
is Lonnuliy i:.:.: i*i now that
therr will hi.' art.1..'j _* coal strike
this summer, but the in-.r,- v.ill be in­
creased a link' earn month just to
keep the corsun-crs t'orsettta"
that there was a st/iliu ia.»t fall.
Habits ot Birds.
It is common1 ,- assumed by ornithol­
ogists that every species of migratory
bird breeds in the most ror*.hern por­
tion of its ranf,e. It has been found,
however, tnat the Australian sand
cotterel goes Ecuta to breed, traveling
io-ta"/^Mth
ot New
ZeaIand.
or as far
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: THURSDAY AUGUST 27, 1903
Tr
803HM
bottle I
fet STOMACH^ Constipation,
^lYTgRj Dyspepsia and
Falls Railway Co.
9 a. m. 18.. Lv. Baldwin... t. Lv.l
28
Watch for
the. I A A E
Note the Prices 25, oO, 75 and Sl.CO.t*
S E
Seats on sale at Remington's dru^ store.
»1, 1)I *»Ik rn I ^r V— "A -V*- '"'s— -N/v—
of the Hitters
the next titneLOs
you stomach Qj
is disordered or
your liver inac
"tive, You'll bo pQ
pleased with I
the result. It 2^
positively cures'
Sour Stomach, *Q'
Sick Headache,1
Poor Appetite,
Indigestion.
800 TIME CARD
No. 97, mixed, west bound, arrive 6KX) p.
No. 96, mixed, east bound, depart

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Bismarck, Washburn & Great
&
Official Time Card So. IS. Taking eflpot at
6 a- ai. Mouilaj. February 10th. 190'J. (V)
Daily except Sunday.
No. 1. Mis. Stations. So. I
*:30a. m. 0. Lv.. Bismarck. t. Ar. 3 :C0 p. ni
9:10 a. m. 10.. Lv...
Arnold.... t. Lv.2:20p.
:"il nn
26-Lv.Cl'apin Jet Lv
10:20 a. tr.. 27. Ar. Wilton t. Lv.l :1.1 p.
..Cbapin.
10:30 a.m. 27 Lv.Wilton t. Ar 12:45 p.
a Lv.Roosevelt Lv.
lll:15a.m. 45 Ar..Washburn..t.Lv.. 12:15 p.
a Stop on signal. Telegraph Ftntiou.
P. (\KCKELS
UenoralfSupt.
1
I
E.H. VVALKKR
Tratlic Manner
House ^Moving
Heavy' Work*1'
E
No undortnkiiif? in lin* ttwt greJit for "VTV
to tackle. Wo have all the appliance ft»r
lieavy moving nnJ tlif» rates \vi)l br
Apply .L. GZL'i
Wm. 'Jaeger,
BISMARCK, X. D.
Atheneum
AUG. 31.
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THE GREAT
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ALL NEW SPECIALTIES
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"Hayseed"
Band.,.
Grand Operatic Orchestra!
Car-Load Special Special!
Novel Mechanical Effects!
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CHICHCSTKR'S ENGLISH
P««*BayMkw
Uoa*. Bay of your DruKunt.
•UBM for
PFTHLCNURM
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And Belief Air UdlM." Itiur, by
t«ra MaU. lO.OOO T..umooi»U.
all Drutfiata. Chlrheater
HMtinri thla oapar. MiHitt HQNIN. 1*11
Low One Way Colonist ates.
On sale via Chicago Great Western
Railway on the tirst and third Tues­
days In each month 10 oept. 15_ 1903, to
points West and Southwest. For fur­
ther information apply to any Gre-'t
Western Agent) or J. F. Elmer,
A., Chicago, 111.
Low Summer Tourist Rates.
Via Chicago Great Western railway.
Round trips to Colorado, Utah, Black
Mills, New Mexico and Texas points.
Tickets on sale daily June 1st to Sept.
30th. Good to return Oct. 31st. For
further information apply to any
Great Western Agent, or J. p. Elmer.
P. A.. Chicago, 111. I
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Theodore Ron*erelt
Charles Dudley Warner
John Morley
William E. Gladstone
Andrew Lang
Canon Farrar
William Cullen Bryant
Lyman Abbott
Robert G. In#enoU
John Ii. Gough
Charles A. Dana
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Freight and pae*eu#rerf for Braddock, Na
poleoD, Oakes, Hankins.m and all points ut
the Soo line to Miunda^jlis.
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Minnesota State
This Year,
It is the LEADER among State Fairs in this country.
The management have added new buildings and there will
he new attractions this year, among them the "Burning of
Rome,'' a grand Fireworks display.
On the first day DAN PATCH, the great
pacer, will try to beat his record.
The Live Stock, Agricultural, Fruit and Machinery
exhibits are alone worth corning to see.
The rate via the Northern Pacific Railway will he One
I\are for the round trip, plus
50c
the I-iir, and don forget that their train service is always
as good as I TIE BES1. Examine the time card and
note the convenient arriving hours at the Twin Cities.
Sleeping cars on all night trains. Use the N. P. R. and
have a pleasant ride to start with, and he sure and make your
sleeping car reservations a few days in advance.
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P• D. KKNDRICK, Vice Pres.
8. M. PYK, Cashier.
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