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THE TRUSTEES COMMISSIONS.
Vhe New Law Known as the Hughes
Act KpzulAtiug the Terms and Du­
ties of all Trustees.
As a (food deal of misapprehension ap­
pears to exist with regard to the present
state of the law, regulating the appoint­
ment and terms of office of trustees of
public institutions in Dakota, The Alert
kas taken the trouble to get a certified
copy of the law, passed at the last ses­
sion, which is presented below. It has
\een generally supposed that the tenure
of office act would apply to these officers,
and that under thai, act their terms
would expire ten days after Gov. Mel­
lette took office. This assumption is
claimed to be incorrect for two reasons.
First, This ten day provision is void,
becausa it is in conflict with section 62 of
the organic act, which gives the governor
power to issue commissions to fill vacan­
cies, when the legislature is not sitting,
"which shall expire at the end of the
next session of the legislative council."
It goes without saying that the legisla­
ture cannot limit or abolish any power
conferred on the governor bjt the organic
act.
Second, The act printed below was
passed on the day before the legislature
adjourned, and of course the tenure of
office act cannot apply to any offices
created or changed since its passage.
The present trustees are appointed un­
der this act, and will hold office until the
end of the next legislature unless remov­
ed by Gov. Mellette.
The act is as follows:
An uct to provide for the appointment
of Trustees for the several Public In­
stitutions of the Territory of Dakota,
and to define their terms of office, du­
ties and compensation.
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assem­
bly of the Territory of Dakota:
Sec. 1. Each of the following named
institutions shall be governed by a board
of trustees, to consist of five members,
to-wit:
The Dakota Hospital for the insane.
'Ihe iorth Dakota Hospital for the in­
sane.
The Penitentiary of the territory of
Dakota.
The Penitentiary at Bismarck.
The Dakota school for Deaf Mutes.
The ISchool of Mines.
The Normal school at Madison,
he Mormal school at Speariish.
ne Agricultural C«llege of Dakota.
The University of Dakota.
The University of Nortn Dakota.
And the governor shall nominate and
by and with the advice and consent of
the council shall appoint at this session
of the legislative assembly, five trustees
for each of said institutions,two of whom
shall hold their office for the period of
two years, and three for the period of
four years, and until their successors are
appointed and qualified, except to till va
eancies,which appointments shall be made
by the governor, and shall extend only to
the end of the next session of the legis­
lative assembly, during which session the
governor shall nominate, and by and
with the advice and consent of the coun­
cil, appoint some person to fill the said
vacancy for the remainder of the term
then unexpired. And the governor at
each session of the legislature hereafter
shall appoint the trustees for each of said
institutions, as in this act provided, and
each of said trnstees shall, before enter­
ing upon the duties of his office, take
and subscribe the oath of office prescribed
by law.
Provided that not more than two trus­
tees of the same board shall be appoint­
ed from the same county in which the
pnblic institution is located.
Sec. 2. The trustees appointed under
the provisions of this act shall psosess the
powers and perform the duties now pro­
vided by law for the trustees, directors,
members of the board of education, or
regents, respectively, of the several insti­
tutions specified in section one of this
act, as hereinfter provided.
Sec. 3. the said boards shall not hold
more than twelve sessions in any year,
and said sessions shall not exceed twen­
ty-four days in the aggregate, except
that the governor may in his discretion
authorize additional sessions.
Sec. 4. The said trustees shall be en­
titled to recieve the sum of three dollars
per day for each day employed in at­
tendance upon said sessions and all trav­
eling expenses necessarily incurred there­
in. Upon the presentation of the proper
vouchers containing an itemized state­
ment of the number of days of' attend­
ance and money actually expended, as
above specified, duly verified by the oath
of the trustee and certified by the presi­
dent or secretary of the board, the terri­
torial auditor shall audit said claim and
draw his warrant upon the treasnrer for
the amount allowe^l to be paid out of tbe
territorial tressury.
Sec. 5. Nothing in this act shall be so
construed as to limit the term of office of
any trustee, member of the board of edu­
cation, director, or regent, who has here­
tofore been appointed for a definite
term.
Sec. (J. This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage and
approval.
Approved March 7, 1889.
LOOTS K. CHURCH,
Governor.
A Pleasing: Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of
ease and comfort follows the use of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with
nature to effectually cleanse the system
when costive or bilions. For sale in 50c
and 81-00 Iwttlesby all leading druggists.
Head Both.
Get the Weekly Alert and the famous
Texas Sittings, the humorous and literary
paper for 82.75 both publications one
year.
Advice to iwothers.
Mr*. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription of
one of the best female nurses and physi­
cians in the United States, and has been
need forty years with Dever-failing suc­
cess by millions of mothers for their
children. Daring the process of teeth­
ing its valne is incalculable. Tt relieves
tbe child from pain, cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, gripiag in the bowels, and
wind-colic. By giving health to tbe
child it rests the mother. Price 25e. a
bottle.
How To Save Money.
Not by buying soap—though "soap" is
a good thing to carry elections. Not by
investing in infallible cures for consump­
tion, or champion catarrh remedies—
they are like the Yankee peddler's razors,
"made to 6ell." The way to save money
is by the ability to know a good thing
when you see it, and take advantage of
it. You can save money at all times by
taking "the Burliugton" for Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, Denver and
all "proniinent points in the West and
Northwest. The speed of its trains and
the certainty of ita connections will 6ave
time, and time ia money. The comfort
and luxury of its equipment will save
worry, and the courteous manners of the
employes will save your temper. For
maps, time-tables and any information
respecting this line, cail on any local
agents, or write to W. J. C. Kenyon. Gen.
Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Wlien Baby was sick, we gave her Castoriu.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
This is the TOPof the GENUINE
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
All others, similar are imitation.
This exact Label
is on each Pearl
Top Chimney.
A dealer may say
and think
has
ht
otners as good,
BUT HE HAS NOT.
Insist upon the Exact Label and Top.
FOB SALE EVERYWHCRE.
MACEONLY
BY
SEO. A. MACBETH CP,. Pittsburgh. P*
MARVELOUS
MEMORY
DISCOVERY.
Only Genuine S *tem *f Memory Training.
Fair BMIULearned ia «ne reading.
Mind wanderiif eared.
E*«ry child and adult arremtly benefitted.
Great inducements to Correspondence Clasaea.
Prospectus, with opinions of Dr. Wrn. A. Ham­
mond, the world-famed Specialist in Mind Ureases,
Daniel Greenleaf Tbompiton, the itreatPsychoI
ogist, J. M. Bnckley, 1J.U., editor of the Christian
Advocate. N. T., Richard Proctor, the Scientist.
W. W. Astor,
Judge Gibson* JudaJiP.
t^lrin^I»r2lntFiftkbTATe.,N.
Electric
in them
Current
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',vth UiCSOVEtf
t?e AS.V3?9r.5orv,
f«. v. u: It! V! NT- Sr^lY. Sia.fti,*
Vt' hA'.w.\EP, giv-
"V *mh rum-ma of
:tydjrvci:\ ihr'Kijfcli t.i purti.rcator*
iietiiti and Vigorous Ftrengih. E,octsi®
icsur.tj/ or veforfHt £,',00 in cub.
Ore»te»tlmirovt»mec!.iovpr a-.l other b?jU. ca*chpcjv
Eotnently cured intbive month*. p&mphlet4c. tramp
The Sand ?n F'ectric
Co. 169 USaiie si., Chicago*
LAKE SIDE ME ARMS MFG.
COMPANY.
MARKKET ST., CHICAGO, IliL.
E O E S
SMITH & WESSON PATTERN,
38 Calibre.
Single Action, Shell Extracting.. .$5 00
Double Action 6 00
Double Action, Self-Ejecting 7
Made of the beet material, in the best
possible manner. Every arm warranted,
Any of the above 6ent C. O. D. by Ex­
press, with privilege of examination be­
fore paying.
|Big (Jut!
IN P1UCES ON
Teas, Dried Fruits,
Baking Powder,
Jellies, Pickles,
Garden. Field. Flower
AND
TREE SEEDS.
AT
CHAS. HKNSKL'S,
(Gladstone Block,)
JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA.
Great English Remedy,
Murray's Specific.
tM*Hub
A guaranteed cure for all nervous
diseases, such as Weak Memory,
Loss of Brain Power, Hysteria
Headache, Pain in the Hack, .Ner­
vous prostration. Wakefulness
Lueorrhliaui, universal Lassitude
Seminal Weakness, Impotenc
and general loss of jjovs er of th
Taking. ienerati veOrgans —in either sex
caused !v indiscretion or overexertion, and
which ultimately lead.to Premature«01d Age,,In
sanity and Consumption. .00 a
box, or six boxes for $6.00. Sent
by mail on receipt of price. Full
particulars in pamphlet, sent free
to every applicant.
W« Gnaranlee Six Boxes
to cure any ease. For every 55
order received, we send six boxes
with a written guarantee to re­
mind tlia money If our SpeofU
Joes not effect a cure. niwr SKiajg,
Address all communications to The Mann
taeturers, TUB MUBISAY MF.DICIXKSole
CO..MO,
Kansas Citv.
Br" Sold in -lamestou by
WONI^.NBERO AVIS
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION
Over a Million il)Utrlb«te4
Louisiana State Lottery Compaaj
Incorporated by the Legislature in 1868, for Ed­
ucational and charitable purposes, and its fraa
chise made a part of the present State Cons
tits
tioiijin 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote.
£T- Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take
place Semi-A initially,(June and December)
t»na its Graiul Single Number Urawiusi
take place on each of the other ten inootha
in the year,and are all drawn in public, at
the Acadcaiy of Music, New Orleans, I,».
FAMED FOR TWENVY TEARS.
FOJi l.NTKGIUTV OF ITS DRAWINGS
AXJ l'KOJIPT PAYMENT OF
PRIZES.
Attested us follows:
do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi \u
nual Drawings of The Louisiana State .Lottery
company, andm person manage and control the
drawings uiemse.ves, .Vi.u the same are con­
ducted with honesty, fairness and in good faith
toward all parties, and we authorize the t'omua
ny to use this certificate, with fac similies of
lKiiatures attached, in its advertisements."
Coiiiml:ihioRera
Ve the undersigned Banks and Bankers wiH
pay all prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lot*,
teries which may be presented at our counters.
R. M. WAtMSLEY, Pres. La. Nat'l Bk,
PIGBBE I.ANACX. l'res. State Nat*! Bk.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Kat'lBli
CARL KOHN, Pres. Union National Bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing,
At the Academy of Music, Xew Orleans, Tuos
day, April If., 1889,
Capital Piize, $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dol­
lars each. Halves $10 Quarters 86
Tenths $2 Twentieths $1.
1.1ST OF PRIZES,
1 Pri/.i
1 Prize oi
1 Prize of
cf $300,000 is.
100.000 is
50.000 is
25.f*01 is
lo.oOOare
5.000 are
1,000 are
500 tire
:«X) are
-'00 :ire
Al'l'KOXl.MATION
Prize of
•J Prizes of
5 Prizes of
25 Prizes sf
100 Prizes of
•000 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
$300,000
100,000
SO,000
25,000
20,000
25 000
25,000
50.000
60,00ft
100,000
PKIZKS.
100 Prizes of $500 are
jfcuO Prizes of £300 are
100 Prizes of $200 are
TKRM1.VA1. PK1ZKH.
990 Prizes of $100 are...'
9y9 Prizes of 100 are
KEMKMBER, that tlie pavment of
Prizes is GUARANTEED BY FOLK NAT­
IONAL BANKS of Xew Orleans, and the
Tickets are signed by the President of an Insti­
tution, wnose chartered rights are recognized ie
the highest Courts therefore, beware of aDy
imitations or anonymous schemes
ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest
part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY US in
any drawing. Anything in our name offered for
less than a dollar is a swindle..
FOUR NEW STATES.
South Dakota, North Dakota, Mon­
tana, Washington.
On February 22,1889, the president signed the
bill creating South Dakota, North Dakota, Mon­
tana, and Washington, states of the Union.
South Dakota—'The great Prairie State, to
which the St. l'aul, Minneapolis & Manitoba
railway has three main lines, reaching Ellen
dale. Aberdeen, Huron, Watertown, and Sioux
Kalis. On to South Dakota via tne St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba railway and pass
through St. Paul and Minneapolisen route.
North Dakota—Where is grown the No. 1
Hard Scotch Fife Wheat whose healthful cli­
mate nurtures the most vigorons and brainy civ
iiization on earth: where single counties raise
more wheat, oats and barley than entire states
the soil of whose ^fertile prairies is richer than
the valley of the N'lle where the Turtle Moun­
tain. Minot a:'d Devils I«tke land districts invite
the home seeker to secure a free home. Magnifi­
cent daily train service to Fargo, Grand Forks,
Grafton, Devils Lake, Bottineau, and all other
imiortant points.-
Montana, tlie Golden —Treasures in her
mines of precious metals: wealth in her4,000,000
head of lire stock: profit in her fertile tieids,
producing a larger yield of crops than any other
state or territory the richest eountrv per
inhablUint oil earth: where prosperity is uni­
versal: which has the best paid labor in the
world: a balmy, winter climate, caused liy
warm winds from the Pacific. The St.
Paul, Miiinc:i|olis & Manitoba railway is
the only rahroad passing through a continuous
agricultural country from St. Paul and Minne­
apolis to flie Itocky Mountains. It runs through
the Great Reservation of 18.000,000 acres of land,
free to settlers, in the Milk Kiver Valley. Wood,
water, and coal in abundance no irrigation re­
quired the only line passing through Great
Kails, with its ],UOO,UOO horse lKiwer cataracts
immehse coal veins, and surrounding farming
country of tree land through Helena, the capi­
tal city and commercial center of Montana, and
Butte, Ihe richest mining cam]) on earth, to San
Francisto by the Columbia River Valley. Port­
land and Shasta. Koute, or Ogden, Utah, to Cal­
ifornia points. Remember this is the only line
riiBUing dining cars, sleeping cars and free colo­
nist slee|ers of its own from St. l'aul and Minne­
apolis tGreat Falls. Helena and Butte. It is
also the shortest line to ISutte.
Washinston—The country of tuU timber, in­
dented ly Puged Sound, the Mediterranean of
the Pac'lic. Do not forget that the St. Paul.
MinneaiK»lis & Manitoba railway is the only line
which ctfcrs a choice of three routes to the Pa­
cific Coast. The Manitoba Pacific route is the
only line by which passengers en route for Ta
coina, Portland and San Francisco can pass
through Port. Townsend and Seattle. Free colo­
nist sleepers run through without change or de
lav. Distance to Pacific coast is same as by
other lines, but prices of tickets are five and ten
dollars les». Take the Seattle route.
For further information, maps, rates ami pub
lieat ions In regard to the resources of the four
new states, write or apply to F.I. WHITXKV,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, St. P..M.&M.
l(y., St. Paul, Minn.
City Hack Line.
Calls made for persons desiring to at­
tend Parties, Funerals, etc. Prompt at­
tention given to orders.
|"W Hates reasonable.
S. A. 8HAIN,
Commercial Bam.
k| ATI"A trotn the diary of tour-
11 I l»\
ists, commercial travel-
IIU I LQ ere, business meu and
others has revealed:
That the Wisconsin Central has the
unqualified endorsement of all
That the Wisconsin Central has today
the most popular line between Minne­
apolis, St. Paul and Milwaukee and
Chicago
That the Wisconsin Central is daily
adding to its admirers as the reoognized
Pullman line between Minneapolis,
St. Paul and Milwaukee and Chica­
go
That the Wisconsin Central touches
the most prominent points in Wisconsin,
and that it has nioro important business
Tenters on its through lino thim any
other railway iD the I? crthwest
That the Wisconsin Central has made
i»n enviable reput.'»ti.ifi with its peerless
Dining Car Service
That the Wisconsin Central runs fast
trains on whi-iti ail classes of passengers
are carried with commodious and distinct
accommodation for all
That the Wisconsin Central has rep­
resentatives distributed throughout the
country, who will cheerfully give any in­
formation that may be desired, and that
its terminal agents are specially instruct­
ed to look after the comfort of passengers
who may be routed via its line.
For detailed information, apply to your
nearest Ticket Agent or to representa­
tives of the road.
Wm S. Mellen James Barker,
General Manager, Gen. Tkt. Pass. Agt.
Louis Eckstein,
Asst. Genl. Pa.ssr. & Tkt. Agt.
MILMAUKEE, WIS.
P. H. ANSON,
Northwestern Passenger Agent.
19 Nicollet House Hlock.
......... ^uSksw.
if
NTNBTO
KORTHFIELO
FARIBAULT
MINNKAI'OI.IS, MINX
The CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE
& ST. PAUL
IR,ari
1 ay.
OWATO
AWHN
CHICJ^
'MILWAUKEE
.. 50,000
30,00c
•JO,000
i»,30C
90,900
3,134 Prizes amounting to $1,054,800
NOTE.—'Tickets drawing capital prizes are not
entitled to terminal prizes.
mation
clearly stating
ty. Street and Number. More rapid return mail
delivery will be assured by your enclosing an
Envelope bearing your full address.
Send POSTAL NOTES, Kxpress Money
Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary letter.
Currency by express (at our expense) addressed
to M. A. DAUPHIN,
Xew Orleans, La.
Or M. A.1AUPHI",
Washington, I.
C.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
N«w Orleans, La.
MO OU
FAVC
DELAWARE
MQNT1CEUO
ANAM
OMAHA
'SIGOURNEY
^TTITMW
^SEYMOUR
hjiecf Jfoutc
a„dWEST
otM
For tickets, time tables, or any information in
regard to the line, apply to any ticket agent in
the Northwest, or to W. 11. DIXON, Assistant
General Passenger Airent, 102 Kast Third street,
St. Paul, Minn.
ROSWELL MILLER,
General Manager.
J. F. TUCKER,
Assistant General Manager.
A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Gen'l Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
GEO. H. HEAFFORD,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. & Tk't Agt.
Are You Going xo New Orleans,
OR FLORIDA
IF SO, LOOK
Where Runs ttie 'Moncn' Swiftly Southward
From Lake Michigan south it startetli,*
From CHICAGO great in size
MICHIGAN CITY, too, it toucheth,
Thence through towns of enterprise
En route to INDIANAPOLIS,
Where natural gas Hows free:
•inward then to CINCINNATI.
Offering two routes to the sea
Or from MONON, where it branchetli,
Visit LAFAYETTE so fair
Then see ye also LOUISVILLE,
So famed for beauty rare.
Here again the "Monon" oft'cretli
Routes of Pullinanjltuffpt three,
To the|Uulf coast and to Florida,
Via KENTUCKY or TKNN KSSKK.
Pullman Itufret PSIe«]cvs on all Night
Trains, Chair.Cars on Day Trains.
for particulars address L. E. SESSIONS,
T. P. A.. Box 583, Minneapolis, Minn., or
E. O. MCCOBMICK, General Passenger
Agent, 185 Dearborn street, Chicago.
City Ticket Office, 73 Clark street.
fcT*v'Y*
VS 16oo\ ^ov
DON'T
YOUR
Rubber Soots until
you have seen the
''COLCHESTER"
with "Extension Edce" I
Si. Napoleon Top. This
Is the best -fitting and
MOST DURABLE BOOT
In the market. I
Made of the Best
PURE CUM
stock. The "Extension
Idee" protects the up­
per, adds to wear of the
Sole by giving broader
treading surface,
AND SAVES MONEY
tOfl THE WEARER.
HAil'T BUY YOUR ARCTICS UN
Ul/ll I TIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE
COLCHESTER ARCTIC
With "Outside Counter." Ahead Of ALL
others In style* durability. IT you want the
jrthofyour money try the Colchester with
OUTSIDE COUNTER."
For sale by
DOLE /to IJXEREH,
Jameetewn. Dak'
SUB5CKIHE rOKTHE
DAILY ALERT
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
THE DIKEC'r 1.1 XK KETWKKN
ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS.
OB DULUTH
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana
Idilia, Washington Territory,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Puget Sound,
AND ALASKA.
Express Trains Dailv, to which are attached
Pullman Palace Sleepers
AND ELEGANT DINING CARS.
No Change of Cars
BETWHiaf
St. Paul and Portland,
ON ANY CI,ASS OF TICKET.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE.
The Only All Rail Line to the
"YELLOWSTONE PARK.
For all information as to Time, Kates, etc.,
Address
J. R. WINSLOW,
-DEAIiEK IN-
^LUMBER.
Lath, Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
A E S O W N A O A
Telephone Connection.
RollerlVEi
RUSSELL, MILLER
CHAS S. FEE,
(Jenend Pass. St. Paul, Miun.
EDGAR W. CAMP,
ATTORNEY
And Counselor at Law.
OFFICE
IN
Dooumi
Building Paper, Etc., Etc,
Office and ?ards. Main St., Oo. Northern Dakota Elevator.
J. M. TRENARY,
-DEALER IN-
Coal and Wood,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Gull River Lumber Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS I£t
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, &c
Mills at Cull River, Minnesota.
Office and Yard—North Side, near N. P.
Elevator Co
JAMESTOWN
MILLIH6
COMPANY, Proprietors
Manufacturers of FLOUR AND FEED.
THE CELEBRATED BRANDS:
Belie Jamestown. "A" Patent. Golden Northwest
COMMERCIAL. HOTEL!
CHAS. MAHONEY, Proprietor.
—Newly Furnished, and Refitted Throughout.—
First Class Accommodations.
RATES -. $1 (JO
50
TO 1
PKH
DAY-
FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION.
Located One Block From Depot, Open Day and Night.
BOARD BY DAY OH WEEK.
HINNEAFOLIS
I
MANY
13BEES,
JAMESTOWN DAK,
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARIS
or THE HtTMAK BODY KHLARflEP, PgVBLOPP
STRtVGTITMKD, Rte., la «& intcratisf adrertiaementlong
rwnlwoprp^prr. In rgply totpqalrie* we Till
say that thef
no fvldrnca of Naabtif »hooi tbii, the eontnry, tkt
are io«1nr«td. Istemted personssaf
gvt by writing lh
Kuiw C*y"S»aa St..
ST.
LOOTS
&
iRa±l-NA7-ay9
AND TUB rANOVS
Albert Lea Route-'
Two Through Trains Daily
From St. Vanl and Minneap«lis
To C3x±oa,go,
Without change, connecting with the fist trawtw
of all lines for tlie
East and Southeast*
The Direct and Only Line Running Thron
Cars between
Minneapolis & DesMoines,
Via Albert fita and and Fort Dodge.
0IREC1 LINE TO WATERTOWK, DAKOTA.
2 SOLID THROUUH TRAINS 2
r.KTW KKN
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS
Ami the Principal cities of Mississippi Valley
connecting in Union Depots with all
points south and southwest.
HOURS SAVED iggssalj
two trains daily to Lea-,- vrc A riTv
enworth and Atchison. A.AlNoAo LI 1 I
making connections with the Union Pacific and
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo railways.
Close connections made ill Union Deoots
wth all trains of the St. Paul Minneapolis &
Manitoba, Northern Pacitle, St. Paul ft Dnlnfch
railways, from and to all points north and nortb
AVOJjti*
KHMEMRFK!
TlM1..tr»i,'s
«»t the Minne-
apolis & St. IxHiis railway
are composed of Comfortable Coaciies, Maenlfi
cent Pullman Sleeping Cars, Horton heclfntntc
hair Cars, and our justly celebrated
PALACE DINING CARS!
130 lbs ol Baggage Cheeked FREE. Fare al­
ways as low as tlie lowest. For Time T&hira
"P0U
the
"earte8i
S, F. BOYD.
Uen'l Ticket and Fass. Agent,
MinnanolU Minn.
OBIN W. FRANCIS H. O. SOUTHARD.
FRANCIS & SOUTHARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
FABGO, DAK.
Attention given to Land Office
matters.
Booms 1,2 and 3, Red River Bank
Bnikling.

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