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THE STATE OF STARK. The Supreme Court Declines to Grant a Motion for a Rehearing of the Case. Somo three weeks ago the supreme court decided that the Stark county act. under which a large amount of unorgan ized territory was incorporated in Stark and other counties, was unconstitutional. The reason given in the decision was that the title, "An act to increase the revenues of the state," otc., was defect ive, because the state had received no additional revenue by the passage of the act. Attorney Simpson of Dickinson, in charge of tho Stark county interests, was confident that he could show that the state had received additional revenue through the operation of the act, and ap plied for a rehearing. While this terri tory was unorganized, the former law provided for tho assessment of property for state purposes, but tho expense of collection was to bo paid out of the sum received before being turned over to the state. It is claimed that as a matter of fact the records show that although some small sums were collected under this procedure, the state never received a dollar from this unorganized territory, the expense of collection being enough to eat up all the tax collected. Since these lands were incorporated in organized counties the expense of collection has been borne by the county, and therefore it is claimed that the state did receive increased revenue through the operation of the contested act, and the title should therefore be held valid. Yesterday .the supreme court denied the application for a rehearing, which seems to settle the matter, unless some nonresident in one of the counties affected should take the case to the United States court. Another phase of the subject which will come before the court shortly, is the appeal from the judgment of ten years imposed in the Trusty murder case, re cently tried at Medora. The place where the crime was committed is in what was formerly Allred county, which, when un organized, was attached to Stark for judicial purposes. Under one of the acts now decided to be unconstitutional, the territory formerly known as Allred coun ty was attached to Billings county. At torney Allen for the defense claims that under the decision the trial should have been held at Dickinson, which was the county seat for that territory under the act which the supreme court has decided is still in force. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of PLEASED EDITORS. The Agricultural Writers Find a Trip to Washburn All Right. The party of editors of agricultural papers that drove up to Washburn Sun day, returned Monday evening, well pleas ed with their trip. They speak well of the looks of the country, and report tho crops and stock looking as fine as any body could wish. As they wanted to leave on the evening train in order to make connections in the east, they were unable to accept the drive around the city which had been arranged for them, but left with good impressions of Bis marck hospitality. As their papers havo a wide circulation among a very desira ble class of readers, the Missouri slope may expect to receive much favorable at tention on account of their visit. The trip over the Northern Pacitic in North Dakota was arranged by the Northern Pacific, and W. D. Washburn arranged for them to travel over the route of his new road in order that they might be come acquainted with the new country it will develop. Hugh F. Mcintosh of the Nebraska Farmer joined the party here, having missed connections before. I William's Kidney Pills For sale by E. S. Beardsley. Standing Rock Tradership. A Washington special to the Pioneer Press says that Senator Hansbrough has again opened up the question of the tra dership at Standing Rock, N. D. This matter brought out some feeling between the senator and Representative Fletcher, the latter contending that Douglas & Mead of Minneapolis had as much right to trade at Standing Rock as a North Dakotan that it was a business proposi tion, and not apiece of political patron age. The Minneapolis firm has been permitted to do business without a license, but this will not be continued indefinitely, and Senator Hansbrough Suing s. Hf* 8!* DISEAS^i| Karl's Clover Root Tea Hesnitifies the Complexion, Purifies the 'S'vesa Fresh, Clear Skin. CuresCon slipiUMm, Indigestion, and all Eruptions of •r *^n agreeable Laxative Nerve onfe. Sold on absolute guarantee by all druggists at 25c., 60c. and $1.00. C. WELLS & CO., LEROY, N. Y. SOLC PROPRIETORS For sale by I'. C. lieiniugton. desires a decision. Mr. Robinson, who has been granted a license, is opposed to tho Minneapolis iirm. The latter offered to sell to Robinson, but at such a high (iguro that lie refused to buy. Ileniity Is Itlood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarots, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10e, 25c, 50c. Bids for the Post. Army officers who opened the bids of the contractors the new military post, at St. Paul last Friday, said that the ligur ing was remarkably close among the dif ferent bidders. The detailed bids were as follows: Donahue & Hoffman—Barracks, S23, 521: officers quarters, 810,197 storehouse, 810,5:11 total, $11,549. H. C. Rhud—Barracks, 821,100 officers quarters, S10.700 storehouse, 810,500 total, $13,GOO. Owen it Healey—Barracks, 823,890 officers quarters, 811,590 storehouse, 812,890 total, S48.370. Glineburg & Lovin—Barracks, 825,427 officers quarters, $12,4G0 storehouse, .512,095 total, $19,982. J. P. Hoagland—Barracks, 827,429 officers quarters, 812,103 storehouse, 811,756: total, 851,288. W. F. Porter of Minneapolis submitted the lowest bid for the heating apparatus for the buildings, 82,291. The Dwyer Plumbing company of St. Paul was low est for the plumbing work, 81,570. The same company was also the lowest for the heating contract of the officers quar ters, 8825. OAST Bears the _s9 The Kind You Hava Always Bought Signature of 1 Has no equal in diseases of thei I Kidneys aLd Urinary Organs. Have (you neglected your Kidneys? Have' you overworked your nervous sys-( pains groins I sire pass urine 1 William's Kidney Pills will impart new life to the dis 'eased organs, tone up the system. «nd make anew man of you. By' mail 50 cents per box. I I WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, O. North Dakota Blue Book. No merchant, professional man, or politician can afford to be without it. The most useful statistical North Da kota Blue Book issued. See advertise ment and price (75c) in another column. Foster and Hicks predict great hail storms this season already several hail storms have occurred. Don't be a clam, but come today and get a hail policy on your crop in the St. Paul Fire and Marine. S. M. Pye & Co., First National bank, Bismarck, N. D. Teachers' Reading Circle Books. The books adopted for the present year are as follows: Page's Theory and Practice. Matthews Introduction to American Literature. Carpenter's North America. They are on sale at the Capital Book Store. The Painting of the Big Bridge. Work will soon begin on tho repaint ing of the great bridge over the Missouri river at Bismarck. Two coats of paint will be applied this time, and it is esti mated that fifteen men will be engaged on the work during a period of four months. The bridge is over 1,400 feet long, and one of the finest structures of the kind in the countrv. Sour Stomach •'After I waa Induced to try CABOA BETS, I will never bo without them In tbe house. My liver was In a very bad shape, and my bead ached and I had stomach trouble. Now. since tak ing Cascarets. I feel flno. My wife has also used thorn with beneficial results for sour stomach." Jos. KiiEHLiNa, 1921 Congress St., St. Louis, Mo. CANDY CATHARTIC I WAT F1AKTIW TRADE MARK Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good, Do Qood, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Orlpe.lOo,SSc.iOo. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... StartIm li.ily CnHr, CMm|*,Maatml. RO-TO-BAC In Int. SIS Good Headway is Being Made in Securing the Right-of Way. General Washburn'and his chief en gineer came down Friday over the pro posed route for his new road from Bis marck to Washburn, accompanied by Mr. Sntterlund. Conference was had with 'the respective right-of-way com mittees of McLean] and Burleigh coun ties and before leaving for the east went over'the.matter of terminal facilities at this end"with some members of the com mittee. The general speaks enthusias tically of the route and country through which the lino runs. "Grass and grain neverglooked better in any country," says the general and "when we get this line built you can have wheat enough to keep two large roller mills busy in Bis marck providing the highest grade of Hour." Fair progress is being made in securing right-of-way but there is' not the activity in tho matter that the im portance of this enterprise demands. It is the intention of the management to get tho grading at once but the right-of way must be got before work can begin. In the matter of terminal facilities at this end, there ought to be little trouble, as the property desired is now of slight value. The building of this line to the north means much for Bismarck. It means that the dream of the capitol of becoming a railroad center is to be realized. The Milwaukee people now own line terminal grounds—160 acres— adjoining the city and the Northwestern people secured a small tract a year ago. The Soo will be ironed as soon as steel can be procurred—the last report being that it would be had in sixty days. The advent of more roads means more people and greater prosperity. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Mfe Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, talte No-To Bac, the wonder-worker, that inaltes weak men strong. All druggists, SOc or SI. Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. Before insuring your crop see Pye & Co., for the best policy written. It costs no more than mutual and pays prompt and fair when losses occur. Office First National bank, Bismarck. LAID TO REST. Requiem High Mass for Miss Eunice Isabel Morris Celebrated this Morning. There was a large attendance of sor sowing friends at the Catholic church Monday, to pay the last tribute of respect to Eunice Isabel Morris, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Morris, who died at St. Paul Friday, June 16, aged 10 years and 8 months, from heart fail ure. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Father Clemens, during the course of which solos were sung by Myrtle Leaquee and Pluma Robidou, and a three part chorus by Misses Leaquee, McHugh and Robidou. Father Clemens spoke touchingly on the resurection of the body, mentioning how the deceased had been universally beloved, and how raady she had been at all times to help others by her beautiful singing and in other ways. The pall bearers were Mae Wallace, Frances Welch, Mary Kelly, Rose McCormack, Kittie McHugh and Violet Leaquee. A beautiful floral pil low was borne by Annabel Klaus, a large wreath of lillies by Mary Ellen Reilly, a floral cross by Rose Maasen, and Lucile Freede bore a large bunch of roses from Annabel Klaus, a schoolmate of the de ceased. The remains were followed to the Catholic cemetery by a large number of friends, showing their sympathy with the bereaved parents. No-To-Bac (or Fifty Cents, Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. SOc, 81. All druggists. Insurance in mutual companies is ex pensive at any price do not experiment but see you have the best hail policy going which is the St. Paul Fire and Marine. See S. M. Pye & Co., at First National bank for rates, Bismarck, N. D. The Langdon Times has completed its first year. Dyspepsia cured. Shiloh's Vitalizer immediately relieves sour stomach, com ing up of food distress, and is the great kidney and liver remedy. Sold by P. C. Remington, druggist. St. Thomas hunters killed a large bear last week. Travelers should know that Dr. Ste' gert's Angostura Bitters neutralizes impurities in water and corrects stom ach troubles. Agricultural Editors. A party of newspaper men connected with various agricultural papers, came in from the east on the noon train yes terday, and engaged rigs for a trip to Washburn over the line of the new road. No notice had been received in advance of their arrival, or some preparations would have been made to give them a fitting reception. The party is made up as follows: T. E. Orr, National Stock man and Farmer, Pittsburg W. H. Burke, Farmers' Voice, Chicago W. F. T. Bushnell, Dakota Farmer, Aberdeen, S. D. James M. Pierce, Homestead, Des Moines E. A. Webb, Farmer, St. Paul 1 BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. SHBDRNIROAD. W. F. Makintosh, Nebraska Farmer, Omaha David R. McGinnis, representa tive North Star Daily Press, St. Paul. Teachers' Training Schools and Insti tutes. The State Department of Public In struction has issued a little leaflet giv ing full information regarding Teachers' Training Scools and institutes—dates, where held, and names of county super intendents in charge. Summary by counties as follows: County. Town. No-Weoks. Begins. Barnes, Valley City 4 Juiy31 •Benson, Devils Lake 4 July 10 Bottineau, Bottineau 3 Aug. 7 Burleigh, Bismarck 3 July 17 Cass, Fargo ....4 July24 Dickey, Ellendale 3 Aug. 14 *Eddy 3 Aug. 7 •Foster 3 Aug. 7 Grand Forks, Grand Forks 4 July 31 Griggs, Cooperstown 3 July 17 LaMoure, LaMoure 3 July 10 *Mercer, Mandan 3 July 31 Morton, Mandan 3 July 31 •Pembina, Grand Forks.. 4 July 31 Ramsey, Devils Lake 4 July 10 Ransom, Lisbon 3 July 17 Richland, Wahpeton 4 July 31 •Rolette, Cando 3 July 31 Sargent, Milnor 3 July 24 •Steele, Mayville 3 July 17 Stutsman, Jamestown 3 July 24 Towner, Cando 3 July 31 Traill, May ville 3 July 17 Walsh, Grafton 4 July 24 Ward, Minot 3 July 24 •Wells 3 Aug. 7 •Williams, Minot 3 July 24 TEACHERS' INSTITUTES. 'Billings, Dickinson 1 June26 Cavalier, Langdon 1 June 12 Emmons, Linton 1 June20 Kidder, Steelo 1 June 19 •Logan, Steele 1 June 19 'McHenry, Towner •Mcintosh McLean, Washburn 1 June 19 Nelson, Lakota 1 Juue 5 •Oliver, Washburn 1 June 19 •Pierce, Towner Stark. Dickinson 1 June 26 Benson joint with Ramsey Eddy, Fos ter and Wells, joint Mercer joint with Morton Steele joint with Towner Ro lette joint with Traill Williams joint with Ward Pembina joint with Grand Forks Billings joint with Stark Logan joint with Kidder McHenry joint with Pierce, dates not fixed Mcintosh, dates not fixed Oliver joint with McLean Pierce joint with McHenry. Counties not noted above are scheduled for Teach ers' Training Schools. The Man Who Crt" I /mcrlicring Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itself he is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Clamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow yill wait until necessity compels it and then ruin his bast horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besides one pays out 23 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is getting poorer. For sale by E. S. Beardsley. The State Epworth League is in ses sion at Lisbon this week. THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for sick and nervous head aches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by P. O. Remington, druggist Notice to Herders. All persons having charge of town herds in the state of North Dakota, are hereby respectfully requested to regu larly and often examine the Saddles while on the horses of their herders, and Preserves ti [—fruits, Jellies, plcklw or catsup ars mote easily, mora quickly, mora healthfully sealed with -VKSXVyv* V04 usually has a clear brain and spark ling eyes. He's a healthy man as well as a successful man, because good digestion and pure blood gives him strong nerves, and a clear brain. There's no success possible without health. To obtain good health, use It's good for everybody —it always cures. Wostetter's Stomach Bitters The Warner Murder Trial. On account of tho sickness of Attorney Philbrick, Judge Winchester requested Attorney A. 1\ Patterson to take charge of the prosecution of William Warner, whose trial on the charge of murdering Mr. Williams at Washburn began Tues day. The motion for the calling in of another judge to hear the case has been withdrawn by Stevens & Allen, at torneys for the defense, and Attorney Patterson and Judge Winchester drove to Washburn Tuesday. There are no other cases to be tried at this term. GENUINE n.r BeOned rrsrjsat foundforReflne(, & Paraffine Wax In every household. It to clean, I tasteless and odorless—air, water and acid proot Get a pound cake of It with a list of Ita many uasa from your drucflit or grocer. Sold everywhere. Hide by lIAXDtU OIL CO. i'^'-^f'LVVp--11 .* ,/ CASTOR IA Tbe Hind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of wand has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits* Imitations and Substitutes are but Es* periments that trifle with and endanger the health of nlants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric* Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food* regulates the Stomach and Bowels* giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CCNTAim COMPANY. TT MURRAY STHCCT, NEW YORK CITY. I BOOKS AND ... ... STATIONERY. I When in town drop in and look over our 2 stock, just unpacked and marked at bargain figures. We handle everything used in the public schools and sell at publishers' prices. Violins, mandolins, guitars, banjos, accor deons, concertinos. Strings of all kinds. Toys for the children, albums, bound books. E: Candy new and fresh every week. Hail 3 jE: orders promptly filled. I Capital Book Store. New Tribune Block, Bismarck, N. D. ^iUiUiUiUiUittiUiUiUiUiUittiUiUiUiUMiUiUiUiUittiU^ Gull River Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material— Wholesale and Bismarck, USTortih. Dakota. if they find such horses with sore and irritated backs or feet, to relieve them at once. And also, not to allow the use spurs. Furthermore, to see that the herders do not recklessly race their horses in pursuit of stock, through alleys and elsewhere, over tin cans, old iron and broken glass and that their horses are amply rested from the saddle in the middle of each day, so far as practica ble. "They have no voice to tell their woes." FRANCES C. HOLLEY, State Agent for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Taken Up. June 4,1899, one black mare, weight about 700. Branded, reverted above on right hip, both hind feet and right front foot white, white star in face. One mouse colored mare, weight about 700. Branded W above O on right hip, both hind feet white, white stripe in face. Owner can have same by proving prop erty and paying charges. WM, H. SCOTT, Wogansport, N. D. owowowowowovnr9fa\9uo\9uo«usi WATER Francis Jaszkowiak, the well drilling man from Emmons county has made his headquart ers at Bismarck and is digging wells in this locality. If in need of a good well, write him. He guarantees water or no pay. He nas been misrepresented by an other party from Emmons Co., who went into the well business lately. Beware of them. i^'f (*^r' •I \\\t. ALWAYS DR. C. A. BALLARD .....OFFIOE IN 1ST NATIONAL BLOCK, HOURS: mi 11 TO 12 A.M. 2 TO 4 P. M. Prompt Attention to Country Calls P. QUAIN, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, First National Bank Bldg. Taken Up. On May 27, sorrel mare about 3 years old. Two white hind feet and left front foot white. Star in forehead. Owner may have same by paying charges and costs. DAVID RICHARDS, McKenzie, N. D. Came into my enclosure, section 8, township 137, range 79, a roan mare, weighing about 1,150 white spot behind ear two white spots on shoulder no other marks. Owner can have same by paying charges. WM. MCDONALD. Found, v. One brown horse, about 12 years old, branded S on the left jaw at TT on the right shoulder. .u JACK KILLIAN. Came into my enclosure, eight miles east of Bismarck, one roan gelding, about ten years old, weight about 1,000 pounds, branded on right shoulder and one black 2-year-old mare, branded' A E on right shoulder, with small white star in forehead. Owner can have th& same by proving property and paying charges. J. C. Petebson. 'i'i'