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Brake man Rilled.
A brakeman named Emil Blotzsche, while
endeavoring to make a coupling between freight
cars at Sims yesterday evening, tripped himself
on the end of a rail, falling against the brake of
the moving train. The iron brake broke four
ribs, throwing him on the rail, after which the
cars passed over his right frg, severing it from
the body. Dr. W. H. Harris was present at the
time and administered medicines. The brake
man is a young man of about twenty six years
and was born in Germany. He has no relations
in this country. Dr. Harris states that the most
dangerous injury is that to his spine, although it
was not ascertained before the doctor left
whether the vertibrae had been broken or rot.
However, his injuries were considered fatal and
it was not thought he could live many hours.
He was courageous and hopeful, and believed
that be would survive, keeping up a conversa
tion long after the accident.
A specimen of wheat over a foot high was
brought to tt TBIBUNK office last evening.
It was from Bigelow & Neal's farm near Men
oken, and there is overa hundred acres of the
vigorous grain of which that brought to the
TRIBUNE office is a fair sample. The wheat
throughout the entire eastern portion of the
county is reported in the most flourishing con
dition and the prospect now is that the orop
will be the best ever harvested in the Missouri
The Washburn Wire.
Sheriff Satterlnnd, of McLean county, who
was in the city a few days the past week, did a
good work on his way down by repairing the
telegraph wires between this point and the Mc
Lean county seat. The wires are now in perfect
working order and the headquarters of the
Bismarok termiiias is in the Northern Pacific
office, where Mr. J. T. McGivern acts as general
manager, J. M. Oarnahan retaining control of
the north end. This wire is a prominent and
important factor in the convenient communi
cation between the capital city and McLean
List of Leuers
Remaining uncalled for at the Bismarck, D.
T., postofBce for the week ending May 31,1884:
Arlington, Miss Manue
Bright, Miss ry
Clark, Miss Annie (2)
Esclen, John (2)
Gray, Miss Rouie
Hansson, Nils August
Hall, Albert W
Hackett, Miss Nellie
Korf, Louis (2)
Miller, Mrs Ellenora
Nichols, Mrs E
Bud, Miss Leona
Tanger, A E
If the above are not called for within thirty
days they will be sent to the Dead Letter office
at Washing) on, D. C.
In calling for any of the above letters please
say "advertised" and give date of list.
C. A. LOUNSBERRY. Postmaster.
That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by
Shiloh's cure. We guarantee it. Sold by Frank
THE GREAT GERMAN
Believes and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers. Directions in 11
The Charles A. Voqeler Co.
ton to A. VOGBLER CO.)
B. B. MELLON. O. N. MELLON
D. W. DICKEY, Gaahier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Collections made in all Bute of the Unl «d
Htaten and Canada. Aoooonts of merchanta and
Bank of America, New York: Continental Na
tional. Chicago Capital Bart, St, Paul
Mellon®Sons Bank, Pittsburg.
QUINLAN tHALLORAH, Props.
FIFTH STREET, NEAR MAIN,
BISM^/CK, D. T.
This house is a large three story building, en
HrAiv new. well lighted and heated, situated
^fv a few rods fi&m the depot. River men,
SaUroad men, miners and army people will Hni
SntclJUS accommodations at reasonable rates
How to Detect Ammonia
In Baking Powders Adveitised as
Place a can top down on a hot stove untl heated, then remove the
cover and smell. A chemist will not be required to detect the pres
ence of ammonia.
Office of M. DELAFONTAINE, Chicago, May 8, 1884.
Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
I have analyzed Baking Powders advertised as absolutely
pure, and find they contain Ammonia. I also find contrary to my expectation that
cakes baked with such powders still retain Ammonia. Therefore, I cannot believe
any longer that the use of sopowerful a drug1 in baking is indifferent to Public
Health. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER contains no ammonia,
have used it in my own family for years. It is pure and wholesome.
"COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS." Chicago, May 3,1884.
Or. C. B. Gibson, Analytical and Consultins Chemist.
OENTLIMEN:—In Baking Powdare advertised as absolutely pare, I have fonnd Ammonia. Con
sidering the SOURCE of Ammonin, namely, that of EFFETE and DECOMPOSING ORGANIC
MATTER, and that ic is not entirely dissipated in he oven, as has been conclusively proven in
practice as well as by science, I should not think o£ using a powder containing it in my own family
nor of recommending it for general ns*. bnt would prefer a Baking Powder made of wholesome
materials, tuoh as I have found DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER to be.
Does Not Contain Ammonia.
Prepared by a Physician and Chemist with special regard to its health
fulness, Used in a Million Hon.es for a Quarter of a Century.
Stood the Consumers Reliable Test.
The Test of the Oven.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO
Dr. Prices Special Flavoring Extracts,
The Strongest, Most Delicious and Natural Flavors Known, and
Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems
For Light, Healthy Bread, the Best Dry Hop Yeast in the World.
For S?le by Grocers.
CHICAGO -ST. LOUIS
To be closed out a large 'assortment of elegant Summer Silks at re
duced prices. Also a complete line of Dress'Silks in colors, never be*
fore offered at ihe prices th^y are sold at now. NOW IS THE TIME
THE BISMARCK WEEKL IF TRIBUNE.
Very respectfully, C. B. GIBSON, Analytical Chemist.
Office of G. A. MARINER, Chicago, May 3, 1884.
Analytical »nd Consulting Chemist.
I havn examined Baking Powders in common use, advertised ABSOLUTELY PURE, and found
AMMONIA. The use of sunh is PROHIBITED IN MY FAMILY: as Ammonia is RETAINED
IN THE FOOD, AND IS UNFAVORABLE TO DIGESTION and is discharged from the sys
tem as useless matte*. DR. PRICE'S CRE VM BAKING POWDER has been used in my family
exclusively for many years. G. A. MARINER.
will be sold this week at less than
cost, on account of being ovjr
stocked Ladies, don't miss this
BflSriSext door to Postoffice, Main Street.
P. F. MALLQY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FLOUR, FEED. GRAIN, HAY AND PRODUCE.
COB. SIXTH AMD HE16N STREETS, BISMARCK, D. T.
W. D. SMITH,
Dealer in Furniture!
ELEGANT BED-ROOM SETS, DIKING ROOM
AND OFFICE CHAIRS, FEATHERS, PILLOWS, CORNICES.
CURTAIN POLES, PICTURES AND FRAMES, UNDERTAKING WITH
HEARSE, METALLIC CASKETS. COFFINS, ETC. LATEST
IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES A SPECIALTY.
Main St, Nearly Opposite Sheridan House
WHOLESALE AND BETAIJJ
Pure Teas, Coffees and Spices, Fane
O E S
Coffees and Spices, Fancy Dried Fruits, Choice Canned Good?,
ly Flour, Fresh Butter and Eggs our Specialties.
Dealing, Low Prices and Polite Attention, our Motto.
Mo. 84 MAIN STREET.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
We do hereby certify that we supervise the ar
rangements for all the Monthly and Semi An
nual Drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery
Company, ana in person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, and that the same are con
ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith
.toward all parties, and we authorize the com
pany to use thia certificate, with fac similes of
our signatures attached, in its advertisements."
Over Half a Million Distributed
Louisiana State lottery Company
Incorporated in 18691
lature, for Educational
—with a capital of ¥1,000,000—to which a reserve
fund of over 9550,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the preset!
tion adopted December
Its Orand Single Number Drawing*
will take place monthly. It never scales or post
pones. Look at the following Distribution
169th Grand Monthly
In the Academy of Musle.Jtfew Orleans
Tuesday, June 17,1884,
Under the personal supervision and manage
GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and
GEN. JUBAL A. KARLY, of Virg ma.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
|3F~Notice—1Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, $5. Fifths, $2. Ientlis, 91.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF 9150,000....9150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF* 50,000....
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000....
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000....
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000....
20 PRIZES OF 1,000....
50 PRIZES OF 500....
..TO PRIZES OF 300....
2jO PRIZES OF 200....
600 PRIZES OF 100....
1,000 PRIZES OF £00. ..
DB. E. C. WEST'S NEBY AND BRAIN TBEAI
for Hysteria, Dizzi
KENT, a guaranteed specif
ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia
Headache. Nervot-3 Prostration caused by the use
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in ii.
sanity and leading to misery, decay ana death.
Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of power
sex, Involuntary Losses, and Beermat
.aused by over-exertion of the brain, seL
a is over-indulgence. Each bos contain
ninth's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxe.
•r $5.30, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
WR GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
sure any case. With each order received by ua
s'x boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will
sent1 the purchaser our written guarantee to re.
fund the money if the treatment does not effect
a care. Guarantees issued only by
WOODARD, CLARK CO.,
W3a.olesa.la aaacl I5eta±l Xrng-grlarba
Orders by mail will receive r-' ~,Ttal'tent?"*'
Northern Pacific Benefi
Located on the west bank of the Mississippi
river. High rolling ground with native pine
trees. Build'ngs new and commodious, light
and iry: supplied with modern conveniences,
xhe finest hospital in the northwest.
Ample water service and thorough protection
Received either for treatment inwards or in
separate rooms. The superior advantages of
this institution make it a desirable resort for
tbose in need of medical or surgical treatment.
No Contaclous Diseases Admitted.
For terms and particulars address DR. D. P.
BIGGER, Surgeon-in-Charge, Brainerd, Minn
or H. W. KNAUFF, Stcretary N. P. B. A., St.
Paul, Minn. 49-52
MATHES GOOD SCHURMEIER,
And Jobbers of
Woolens & Trimmings,
87« Jackson St. St. Panl.
sale prices direct to consumers on all goods
for personal or family use. Tells how
to order, and gives exact cost of every
thing you use, eatj drink, wear, or have
fun with. These invaluable -books con
tain information gleaned from the map
kets of the world. We will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of the
postage-4-? cents. Let us hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO-
•S? 4t Wahaafc Avera* Ghlaac* HL
Sure Cure&SWs sasss
VJUI CUUICCo, 2328 Hickory st., St.
(Epilepsy.) Louis, Mo. 35yr
100 Approximation Prizes of 9100 20,000
•lOo Approximation Prizes of 100 lo,ooo
100 Approximation Prizes of 75 ... 7,500
2,279 Prizes, amounting to 9522,500
Applications for rates to clubs should only be
made to the office of the Company in New Or
For further information write clearly, giving
full address. Make P. O. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
Postal Notes and ordinary letters bvmail
or express (all sums of 95 and upwards by ex
press at our expense) to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La,,
orM A. DAUPHIN.
807 Seventh St., Washington. D- C-
No matter which, the
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
IS YOUR LINE,
As it will take you in either direction between
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS,
DULUTH, MOORHEAD, FARGO, GLYNDON,
CASSELTON, VALLEY CITY, JAMES
TOWN, MINNEWAUKAN, (Devil's
Lake,) MILNOR, LAMOURE,
HELENA, M. T„
DEER LODGE, BUTTE CITY, MISSOULA
SPOKANE FALLS, WALLA WALLA,
OLYMPIA, TACOMA, SEATTLE, VIC
TORIA, B. C., all points in BRITISH
COLUMBIA, and ALASKA. SALEM,
ALBANY, and ROSEBURG, ORE.
REMEMBER That the Northern Pacific
The only Emigrant sleepers
The only Day Coaches!
The only Pullman Sleepers!
The only Dining Cars!
ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND, ORE.,
Full information in regard to the Northern
Pacific lines can be obtained Free by addressing
CHAS. S. FEE.
General Pass. Agtnt, St. Paul, Minn.
0 FIRST-CLASS ROUTES 0
mm TO AND FROM
This great Railroad now offers travel
ers their choice between Two First-class
Routes to and from the Famous Grain
Regions of Central and Southeastern
Dakota. One via Madison, Wis.,Winona,
Minn., and Tracy, Minn., and the other
via Clinton, Ceaar Rapids, Tama, and
'dawarden, Iowa. The following
BOOMING DAKOTA TOWNS
are among the Stations best reached by
Clark Center, Kranzburg,
If destined for or from any point in
Central or Southeastern Dakota, buy
your Tickets via the Chicago & North
western Railway. Its train and track
equipments are the best in the world,
and by its various branches it reaches
nearly every point of interest in this
wonderful section of country.
If you wish the Best Traveling Accom
modations you will buy .your Tickets
by this route AND W1IX TAKE NONE
For rates for single or round trip
tickets and for full information not ob
tainable from your home Ticket Agents,
in regard to all parts of the West. North
and Northwest, write to the General
The BUYERS' GUIDE IS is
sued March and Sept, each
year: 216 pages, 8}xll£
inches, with over 3,3(H)
illustrations—a whole pic
ture gallery. Gives whole
Agent. Chicago & North
rauiway, at Chicago, 111.
All Coupon Ticket Agents sell Tickets
2d Vice-Pre- «nd Gen. Manager.
by th*3 Line.
MINNEAPOLIS &ST.L0UIS R'Y
"FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
The abore 1 a correct map of the
ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
nnd lta ImmedUte couaectlona. Through Train* dail
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS TO CHICAfiO.
without change, connecting with all line*
EAST and 80UTHEAST.
The only line running Through Can between
MINNEAPOLIS and DE8 MOINES. Iowa.
Through Trains between
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS,
ronneetlng in Union Depot for all Points South
-Southwest Close connections made with St. P., If.A il.
V. P. and St P. A Dolnth Railroads, from and to al
.(olnta North and North-West.
RIXBMBKK PULLMAN PALAC* SLKPINC
U.ts on all night Trains. Through Tickets, and bag
•f-e checked to destination. For time tables, rate o:
.ui-c, etc., call upon nearest Ticket Agent, or address
8. F. BOTD,
fla'l Tkt. Pass. Ag't. Mlanmlli.
Maple Grove Poultry Yards.
BrreiMsssd Dealer* In PLYMOUTH
BOCKM. LAHCiflHANS. BLACK
JAVA8 and PEKIff lIlJCKS.
Stock first-class in every respect. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Eggs for sale at #2.50 per 13. Fowls
for sale in the fall. For free circulars address
HUGHES BROS .TOX 502, Boone Iowa, or Bis*
& ST. PAUL
A I W A
IS THE SHORT LINE
St.Paul I Minneapolis
Via La Crosse and Milwaukee, to
I A O
And all points in the Eastern States and Canada
It is the only line under one management be
tween St. Paui and Chicago, and is the Finest
Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It is the
Only Line running Pullman Sleeping Cars ana
Palace Smoking Cars via the famous "River
Banks Route." Along the Shores of Lake Pepin
and the beautifuf Mississippi River, to Milwau
kee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those
of the Northern lines in the Grand Union Depot
at St. Paul. .No CHANGE OF CARS OF ANY
CLASS BETWEEN ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO.
THE FINEST DINING CARS IN THE WORLD
ARE NOW BEING RUN BY THIS COMPANY
BETWEEN ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO.
For through ticKets, time tables and full in
formation apply to any coupon-ticket agent in
the Northwest. A. V. H. CARPENTER,
S. S. MERRILL, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. T. CLARK, GEO. H. HEAFFORD,
Gen'l Sunt. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.
W. H. DIXON, Gen'l Northwestern Passenger
Agent, St. Paul. Minn.
THE ROYAL ROUTE
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS ,& OMAHA
Chicago & Northwestern
The Shortest and Best Route
East to Chicago, withjDining Gars,
Elegant Day Coaches, and Palace
Smoking Room Sleepers on all
trains from Minneapolis and St.
Paul, through Eau Claire and
Madison, wifh choice of route via
Milwaukee. The Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Rail
way also runs through
southwest from St. Paul and Min:
reapolis to Sioux City and Coun
cil Bluffs, with Sleeping Cars
through without change to St. Jo
seph and Kansas City, and is the
shSrt, quick ronte from St. Paul
to Des Moines. Northeast from
St. Paul, through trains are run to
Ashland, Washburn and Bayfield*
Lake Superior and from Eau
Claire to Superior City, where con
nection is made for Duluth. But
this route to Chicago is what the
Managers take pride in, and be
cause of the smooth steel rail
track, well ballasted road bed, the
best Day Coaches, Sleeping and
Dining Cars that money can pro
cure, courteous' and attentive em
ployes, and with trains always on
time, it is rightly named
"THE ROYAL ROUTE."
Try Thia Ronte When ITon Travel
F. B. CLARKE, T. W. TEASDALB,
Gen'l Traffic Manager. Geu'l Passenger Ag't.
J. C. YOUNG,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER.
REFERENCES by permission: First National
bank,.Bismarck City National bank. Cedar
Rapids, Iowa Merchants' National bank, Cedar
Compiled from Records in
the Government Land
Office and showing