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CITY AND VICINITY.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Mra. John Anderaon has left for a visit
ID Wisconsin and New York.
Postmaster Atwood and John Reid
were in from Courtenay today.
Miss Lena Flint has gone to Boston
ta visit relatives for the summer.
Mrs. P. 0. Marphy returned last even
ing from a visit with friends in Fargo.
Mrs. M. 0. Goodsill expects to remain
«everal weeks before joining her husband
A woman 79 years of age was brought
to the asylum todsy by the sheriff of
Mrs. Fields, an aged lady residing in
the Fourth ward, fell and sustained a
broken leg this afternoon.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
O'Keilly died last evening and was bur
ied today in the Oatholio cemetery.
John Ourry has aooeped a position in
the clothing house of A. Sternberg at
Valley City and left for that place last
Miss Hattie Bigelow is assisting Sec
retary Hills of the Alliance company.
Mr. Hills is insuring more grain than
•«ver this year.
A marriage lioense was granted today
to Frank Stampka to wed Miss Mary
Kaiser. Both parties live at Blue Lake,
north of the city.
G. N. Crewdson was in the oity yester
day. He recently returned from a trip
through Egypt in the interest of the
Chicago Society of Historical Research.
There are 446 feet of pipe down and
the artesian drill is about 20 feet ahead
of the pipe. A breaking of a wire rope
last night delayed the work oonjBider
Louis Madsen has rigged up a one
horse power gasoline engine in a small
TOW boat, and now navigates the Jim
with the greatest ease and at a good
rate of speed.
Supt. Wilson is having engineers and
trainmen on the N. P. familiarize them
selves with the new book of rules which
makes important changes in the system
of dispatching trains. Once in force it
is expected that considerable time will
be saved in handling trains.
Dr. Neal, an old acquaintance of Mr.
Rittenhouse, wae a west bound passen
ger enroute to China today. He is in
charge of extensive missionary work for
the Presbyterian society, in that ooun
try, and in addition has extensive hos
pital and medical duties to attend to.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson wett
last evening to Fargo to attend the
ctate meeting of the Macoabees. Thei
will be an eleotion of a representative
*nd alternate to the supreme oamp—the
first the state has been entitled to—and
«vigorous campaign in behalf of this
Orders were issued to the poltee last
to arrsst anyone found riding on the
•idewalks of the oity. As a result of the
order more people are walking today
than for some time. There is a good
deal of kicking over the ordinanoe keep
ing riders off the side streets where there
would be little danger of running into
The Mail, published at Medford, Ore.,
gives an aooount of the death of Mrs. C.
H. Manwaring at her home in that oity
May 9 of pneumonia. The deceased was
resident of Montpelier for abou ten
years. She lived there until three years
ago when, with her husband, she re
removed to Oregon.
The barn belonging to Peter Eaohel,
who reeides 9 miles north of the oity,
was struck by lightning and completely
burned Tuesday night. Mr. Kaehel was
in the barn when the lightning struok
and had his faoe slightly burned. With
the assistance of hia wife he saved the
horses and other etook, but harness and
some other artioles were burned.
Presiding Eldsr Ryan lost about 815
worth of belongings in the Kenmare
fire. He says that a party at that place
is suspected of having started the Are to
burn out a rival and ia under bonds for
an alleged attempt to start an incen*
fire a short time ago. The people
at KeDmare were greatly wrought up
over the affair and if the evidenoe had
been conclusive there would have been
a lynching bee.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Dr. Rose is in from his northern oir
Conductor Humes has left for a visit
with friends at Marengo, 111.
Mrs. E. B. Martin returned last even
ing from a visit with friends in Minne
Miss Tilda Flemming has returned
Cram Wisconsin, where she spent the
Mrs. E. L. Keepers returned today
from Pennsylvania where she spent the
A number of settlers went to Carring
and other towns on the Northern
Floyd White returned today from
''Chicago. He graduated reoently from
"the Ghioago law school.
everything else, but
they've never been
able to imitate the
Frank Trepanier's new house is en
closed and will make a commodeous
Senator Hansbrough and wife are ex
pected to reach Devils Lake June 10,
and spend the summer.
Jno. Henderson is light hearted again
over the reoovery of his Foxierrier pup*
stolen several months ago.
Mrs. Stevens, who has been visiting
her brother, J. J. Thompson, the past
two weeks, has returned to her home in
Geo. Lowery of Kensal was married
Wednesday in Moorhead to Miss Grouse,
also of Kensal. The groom is a stock
man of northern Stutsman.
Schmid Bros, of Oberon, have seoured
the contract from the government for
jrnishing 80,000 pounds of meat to the
Indian industrial sohool at Fort Totten.
Miss Nettie Spear, formerly a resident
ot this city, has returned from Pennsyl
vania and will take a position as book
keeper and stenographer with Russell
At the teachers' examination held last
week one ot the applicants obtained a
first grade certificate, and of the whole
nimber only three failed to pass the
The dosing exercises of the Valley
Oity Normal sohool are from June 4 to
9. The annual address will be delivered
June 7 by President Merrifield of the
University of Grand Forks.
Another hard rain fell last nigh*
which is more moisture than the grain
needs at present. Grass ie growing
very fast. It is reported that winter
wheat is being considerably damaged by
the continued rains.
C. C. Currier and his brother, former
residents of Cook county, S. D., have
located on the east half of sec. 22-137-64
in Stutsman county. They state that
lands of an inferior kind are selling for
$25 an acre in Cook oounty.
Fred Buohanan and W. J. Morris of
Minneapolis are making a trip through
the northwest and expect to put in the
snmmer on a Dakota or Montana ranch
for experience. Both have been with
Heffelfinger's shoe house in Minneapolis.
Furniture dealers of Jsmestown are
reoeiving notioes from manufacturers
and wholesale dealers of an advance in
pripes. Theinorease in price includes
nearly everything handled by dealers
with the exception of mattresses, and is
due to the formation ot a trust.
In the ascident on the Northern Pa
cific at Mandan a number of passengers
received slight injuries. One gentle
man who received a slight cut on one
leg thought $10,000 damages would make
the matter about right. He was offered
$25 but indignantly refused the offer.
Bismarok Tribune: North Dakota
will be entitled to six clerks to assist the
enumerators in compiling the census re
turns from the state. It is stated that
eligiblee for the position will be named
by the senators and congressmen and
then have to pass the required exami
nation before their appointment.
W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa., says:
"For forty years 1 have tried various
oough medicines. One Minute Cough
Cure is the best of all." It relieves in
stantly and ouree all throat and lung
troubles, ooughs, colds, croup, whooping
oough, la grippe and pneumonia. Won
neoberg & Avis.
Veterinarian Moore has returned from
a trip to the northeastern portion of
Barnes oounty where he killed two horses
which had glanders. He has been noti
fied by Dr. Sargeant of Fessenden that
a number of horses in that vicinity are
suffering with glanders, and will go to
that place tomorrow.
Eureka Harness Oil la the best
preservative of new leather
and the best renovator of old
leather. 110118,80(1008, black
ens and protects. Use
on your beat bmroeas, jronr old har
ness, and your carriage top, and they
will not only look better but wear
longer. Sold everywhere In cans—all
sizes from half pints to five gallons.
XMa by STiHDABB OIL CO.
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At the state meeting of the Maccabees
at Fargo J. J. Thompson of this oity wss
eleoted representative to the supreme
lodge meeting to be held st Port Huron,
Mioh. The organization has now reach
ed the number of members to entitle
North Dakota to a voice in making tha
lawa of the order and continues to rapid
ly increase. Last evening the Fargo
lodge held a regular ssssion for work and
a class ef twenty-two candidates were
given the work by the local team which
conferred the degrees in a manner highly
oreditable. Following the session a
royal banquet was served in the drill
Adrian Buttz of Lisbon was in the
oity today bound for Idaho, where his
father has a contract on the N. P. Clear
To cure piles, strike at the root—that's
the way. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
strikes at the root—it removes the cause
quickly and permanently. Don't squand
er time and money trying to remove the
effects. Wonnenberg & Avis.
Henry N. Brown, Company Stephen
A. Bush, Company Sergeant Major
Gilbert 0. Grafton, First North Dakota
have been honorably discharged from
Bismarok Tribune: From a band of
780 ewes this spring, the number bss
been inoreased by the arrival of 804
lambs, at the ranch of Shunk brothers
north'of the city.
There is a time for all things. The
time to take DeWitt's Little Early
Risers ia when you are suffering from
constipation, billiousness. sick-headache,
indigestion or other stomaoh or liver
troubles. They never gripe. Wonnen
berg St Avis.
Thursday was a record breaker for the
Bismarok land offioe. There were fifty
entries filed in the course of the day,
whioh serves to show, how rapidly that
land distriot is being settled.
Rev. John Maile of Fargo, state super
intendent of the Congregational miss
ions, is the guest of Rev. Phillips. Rev.
Phillips has been appointed registrar of
the Jamestown Congregational con
DeWitt's Little Early Risers aot as a
faultless pill should, cleansing and re
viving the system instead of weakening
it. They are mild and sure, small and
pleasant to take, and entirely free from
objectionable drugs. They assist rather
thac compel. Wonnenberg & Avis.
The proposition to modify the fire
ordinanoe to allow certain frame build
ings built in what is now the fire limits
meets with considerable favor. It is
held that oertain property now included
in the fire limit will never be built up if
briok is required.
David Allwin's land near Wimbledon
has been contested and the hearing will
be next Monday at Jamestown. The
contest was made upon the faot that Mr.
Allwin failed to move on to the land
within six months after filing his claim.
He claims that he was sick iBSt fall and
could not move on the place.
Contractor Swan expects to receive a
new steel cable 1600 feet in length. The
one he is now using in the artesian well
work has drilled six wells before this.
The strata now being drilled is easy
working and ths drill turns and exoa
vatee without any trouble. The for
mation of light and gray shale is the
same as in Sonth Dakota.
What you want is not temporary relief
from pilee but a oore to stay cured. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve curee pileB,
and they stay cured. Soothes and
quiokly heals old sores, scalds, outs,
burns, wounds snd skin diseases. Won
nenberg & Avis.
Dirsotor Branson's summary of the
weather for the month of May just pass
ad shows the month two degrees colder
than the average and considerably above
the average in precipitation, The mean
.f ::!w ,*v^^v.x.-v'
Breakman Welsh, of the Northern Pa
ciflo passenger train whtoh was ditched
last week near Mandan, did some beroio
work in rescuing passengers. Hs rescu
ed at least ten pasengers who wore
thrown together with a coach into the
rirer. The river runs swiftly and deep
at the point where the wreck ooourred
and some of the children would surely
have been drowned if Welsh had not as
STATE or OHIO, CITY OP TOLEDO,
LUCAS COUNTY, J[
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be be cured by the use
of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day ot December,
A. D. 1886.
I A. W. GLEABON,
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and aots directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Mrs. Dean arrived last evening to join
District oourt will convene at Valley
Oity June 10.
Mrs. Harry Hevener has returned
from St. Paul greatly improved in health.
W. H. Hnbbell, a student at Fargo
College, will preach during the summer
vaoation at Pingree and Buohanan.
temperature tor the month this year wss
52 and ths average mean for twenty-five
years is 54. Ths total prsoipitation for
the month this year was 4.40 inchss, thsre
having been sixteen days when .01 or
mors of an inoh of rain fell. The aver
age precipitation for twenty-five years is
Thursday evening, June 8th, at 8:30,
ooours the graduating exeroises of the
class of 1899 at the Valley City Normal
Sohool. The olaaa consists of four mem
bers, Misses May O. Hollister of Valley
City, Elinore O'Donnell of Buffalo, and
Messrs. Halssn O. Olsberg and Harry B.
Randolph of Valley Oity, each of whom
will present an address. Choice cho
ruses will be given by the ohorus class,
also ssvsral solos and dusts by Mrs.
Orlady of Jameetown and Mr. Willis
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food snd sunshine,
with plenty ot exercise in the open air.
Her form glows with health and her
fsce blooms with its besuty. If her
system needs the oleansing action of a
laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and
pleassnt Syrup of Figs, made by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only.
SAIL RIGGED FOR BICYCLE.
ImveBtloa of an Eraaiton Editor Said
to Be ot Value to Knlshta
of the Wheel.
IL O. Vandercook, editor of the
Evanston (111.) Press, has perfected a
bicycle sail rigging which was tested
recently with satisfactory results. He
will probably patent the invention and
put it upon the market. It consists
of a rigging similar to an iceboat, hav
ing a single upright mast and an arm
similar to a bowsprit. These are sta
tionary and the sail is controlled by
sheets held in the hand of the rider.
The bowsprit is fastened just above
the front fork and extends forward
and downward about seven feet in
length and within seven inches of the
ground. The mast is six feet high.
This gives a spread of canvas of some
thing over 15 feet square. This device
overcomes the former trouble that was
met with in bicycle sails, as it pre
vents lateral pressure, the weight of
the rigging and the pressure of the
wind being as low as the weigfit of the
Mr. Vandercook claims he can use
this sail to an advantage in traveling
almost any road, with the wind any
where but dead ahead. Even then he
can tack the same as an iceboat if he
has a wide thoroughfare. It can be
used, however, only when the wind
is blowing at a faster rate than the
speed of a cyclist. A man traveling ten
miles an hour without the sail when
the wind is blowing 20 miles can make
the 20 miles an hour without any more
"It is a surprising faot," says Prof.
Houton, "that in my travels in all parts
of the world for the last ten years I have
met more people having used Green's
August Flower than any other remedy,
for dyspepsia,deranged liver and stomach
and for constipation. I find for tourists
and salesmen, or for persons filling offioe
positions, where headaches und general
bad feelings from irregular habite exist,
that Green's August Flower ie a grand
remedy. It doee not injure the system
by frequent use, and is exoollent for sour
stomachs and indigestion." Sample bot
tles free at Wonnenberg &Avis' and at
Sold by dealers in all civilized coun
MARVEL IN SKIN GRAFTING.
Am Burned to the Bone la Saved by
Application of the Fleah
of the Stfeier,
A wonderful case of skin grafting is
that of James Crowley, who was burned
some six weeks ago at Fond du Lac,
Wis. By the upsetting of a lamp his
father was burned to death and, in his
efforts to save his father, the younger
Crowley had the flesh burned from one
of his arms. He was taken to the hos
pital, and as the means of saving the
arm and perhaps his life, Dr. Connell
informed his patient that he must take
skin from his lower limbs for grafting
his arm. The patient was placed under
the influence of morphine, and for
nearly two hours the operation was in
progress. Pieces of skin an eighth of
an inch in width and from a foot to a
foot and a quarter in length were taken
from his legs and used on the arm.
After ten days the patient was declared
out of danger, and the arm, which was
burned to the bone, is almost well now.
You Try It.
If Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cnrre, whioh is sold for the small price
of 25 ots. 60 cts. and $1 does not cure
take the bottle back and we will refund
money. Sold for over fifty years
on this guarantee. Price 25 ots. and 50 ots.
Sold by Churchill Webster & Bolinger.
BRADLEY MARTIN BARRED OUT
Bachelor Club at London Rejects the
Rich New Yorker's Application
Mr. Bradley Martin has been rejected
for membership in the Bachelors' club
of London. The explanation is given
that this was entirely due to the club
rules forbidding aliens to membership.
Mr. Martin has been unanimously
elected to the St. James' club, which is
a select aristocratic and diplomatic cir
cle. He intends to remain in New York
for a few weeks, returning to London
on May 23. In the meantime the fin
ishing touches are being put upon the
splendid mansion in Chesterfield Gar
dens, which the Martins recently ac
Burlington Route June and July
For the following meetings, all Bur
lington Route ticket agents will sell
tiokets at rates and on dates named:
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, at Buff
alo, N. Y., June 14 and 15. Tickets sold
on dates allowing passenger to arrive in
Chicago Jane 12 or 13, good for return
until June 17, but can be extended to
July 3. Bate, one fare plus 82.00 for the
Grand Lodge of Elks, at St. Louis,
Mo., June 20 to 23. Tickets on sale June
19 and 20, good for return until June 24.
Rate one fare plus $2.00 for the round
United Society of Christian Endeavor,
at Detroit, Mich., July 5 to 10. Tickets
on sale July 3, 4 and, 5 good for return
until July 15. but can be extended to
August 15. Rate one fare plus S2.00 for
the ronnd trip.
Baptists Younar People's Union,
National Convention at Richmond, Va.,
July 13 to 16. Tiokets on sale July 10,
11 and 12, good for return until July 31,
but can be extended to Aug. 15. Rate
onefare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
THE BELMONT WEDDING.
Dr. Barrows §«r« He Was Deceived
Regarding the CI ream stances
of tbe Case.
Dr. Barrows, of Greenwich, Conn., be
lieves he was deceived into performing
the ceremony uniting Perry- Belmont
and Mrs. Jessie A. Sloane. He said he
agreed to marry the couple when he
was assured everything was regular.
He is quite angry and so are many of
his parishioners. The doctor said:
"I was led to believe that everything
was regular, and as the divorce was not
one of the North Dakota sort, but one
legally given by a New York court, I
gave my consent to perform the cere
mony. Had I known, however, that the
divorce had been granted only that day
1 would not have married the couple."
It was said that Dr. Barrows received
a greenback with two ciphers on its
face, but the doctor will not discuss that
part of the affair.
-i) 'J, v51 WforaIn' ufl*
it sometimes caused by overwork, either mental or physi
cal. There are many other exciting causes, such as
exposure to cold, excesses, emotional influences, etc.
The approach of the disease is generally gradual. Fre
quently the first warning is a vague feeling of headache,
vertigo and muscular weakness.
Pink Pills for Pale People
restore the nutrition of the nerves and have cured many
cases of paralysis when all other remedies and methods of
treatment have failed. The record of this remedy entitles
it to a thorough trial.
Perhaps there Is no man better known in the city of Lawr«nee, Kansas,
than Mr. O. H. Snyder. To a reporter Mr. Snyder related a
wonderfol story. He said
I am now seventy years of age. About three years ago I experi
enced a coldness or numbness In the feet, then creeping up my legsnntil
it reached my body. I grew very thin iu flesh, my appetite was very poor
and I did not relish my food. At last I became so kad I was unable to
move about. I consulted several distinguished physicians, one telling
me that I bad locomotor ataxia, another that I had creeping paralysis.
)ut tliey did me uo good and 1 continued to
I took their medicines but they
"One day a friend advised me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People. 1 immediately commenced their use, throwing all other
medicines away. Before I had finished my first box 1 found that th\^
were benefiting me. 1 used'twelve boxes in all and was perfectly cured."
—From the Journal, Lawrence, Kan.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People contain, in a condensed form,
all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and
restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for such diseases
as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous headache, the after-effects of the grip, palpitation of
the heart, pale and aallow complexions, all forms of weakness either
in male or female.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold by all dealers, or
will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, 50c. a box or six boxes for $2.50
(they are never sold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
HAVE LITTLE IN COMMON.
Youth possesses the other sideT'
Blithe figures caper about. Upon thia
jeunesse, Notre Dame casts her shad
ows the dome of the pantheon rises
proudly above it. Faces are fresh,
voices gay no one mumbles about his
liver or is conscious of having one. Dis
sipations, too, are different. Theaters
stop glittering before you have crossed
the bridge the Noctambules and Muse,
artistic cabarets, begin. No one pulls
on white glovea. No one sits in a stall
before a ballet. Toasts and blessings
are delivered in the Cafe Harcourt, mad
measures performed at Bullier's Paul
and Pierre, wild lights of the Latin,
quarter, rejoice. Both love to clothe
themselves in corduroys and wear tie*
and capes that fly. Both are given to
dancing down the street, arm in arm,
linked to Gaston and Georges, an amaz
ing row. Both prefer song to study,
bocks to books, pipes to pens and night
Capt. Guy Barrows in Pearson's Mag
azine maintains that cannibalism is a
sign of a little higher development
than the tribes who do not practice it
possess. It is a relic of some religious
rite or perhaps hnnger that has been
retained until the descendants Like the
practice of it. The flesh of relatives
is never eaten nnd some tribps forbid
the use of human flesh to their wom
en. A cannibal i= often kind arid af
fectionate and no bad moral results
hare been discovered from it.
have the choice of various styles of stackers. The Seburn
Stacker is the newest form of wind stacker, and has many fea
tures that will instantly commend it to thresher buyers.
Some of Its Advantages: —The chute starts from the top of the
1 separator ts higher from the ground swings in a complete
elrcle It can be loaded or unloaded by one man.
Write for free catalogue and learn all about the Nichols-Shepard Separator and
ltaattachments, and the Nichols-Shepard
Drolte aad the
is the one
that will earn
and save the
will thresh the most
grain and separate it most
perfectly, at the lowest cost.
Every part of the Nichols-Shep
ard Separator is designed to do the
best work in the best way, in the
shortest time—at the least exjp*ie for
power, help and repairs. Every teature
and attachment—from the self-feeder to
the stacker—is of the most improved pat
tern efficient, strong, durable. Pur
chasers of the
Straw Burning Engine.
NICHOLS SHEPARD CO., Battle Creek, Mich.
Branch Ham mt Hargo, North Dakota,
stock of machines and extras. 1
Gauche, Paria, Differ Is Char
Boxes of books line either side of the
Seine and stooping figures hover about
them but the Rive Droite and the Rive
Gauche have little in common, says the.
Saturday Review. The first is blase, or
it is bourgeois. It does nothing, or
it brawls at the bourse. It is prema
turely old, or it totters on a stick. It ia
pale, and must use rouge. It has tasted,
every joy strained every nerve ex
hausted every sense. 1