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North Dakotans Desiring to Study Law Have the Opportunity at Home. T1h si ah' nnivi-rsity Oniml Forks llils issued )M iuiniiiiiici'lnciit of tin opening of tli(? law school il !riinil Forks St'ilciiilcL* This will iil'fonl iin i.'xcelli'iit opporiimity for lliose North ikoi ins who desire to stiuiy l:iw lo do so in ihcir own slate. There* term fws :iro $50 a year and tin? law course will consist of two years of :j weeks each. The an nouncement furl her says: With the Itc^innin^ of the next school year a law department of the university will lie opened with quarters in (Jraiid Forks. The* trustees hiive lieen for tunate in securing the services, as dean, of lion. Cu.v C. If. Corliss, re cently chief justice of the supreme court of North Dakota. .Tudtfe Cor liss will he assisted by Mr. jolm E. Ulair, who graduated with the high est honors of his class from the Har vard law school in 1S9S, and who lias, the past year, been pursuing post graduate work in the same school in connection with his practice in the city of lloston. liegular courses of lectures on different phases of the law will bo delivered by leading members of the bar of Grand Forks and other cities in the sitate. as well as by judges of the supremo court and dis trict courts. Applicants for admission must be at least eighteen years of age and must give evidence of a thorough grounding in the brandies generally pursued in the common schools of the state. This Is the minimum requirement. Wher ever practicable, prospective students of the law should aim to acquire a good high school or collegiate educa tion before entering upon the special study of iheir profession." A S O A Bears the y? The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of WHEAT FOE STOCK FOOD. The agricultural college recently threshed its Russian wheat which it ex perimented with this season. The yield was thirty-eight bushels an acre. Were the wheat adapted for milling purposes it would be a snap to raise it in this lati tude but Professor Shepperd says the new wheat may be a competitor for stock feed. It will be given further trial at the station and will be used to cross with the common hard wheat with the hope of obtaining a good yielding grain which can be milled to advantage. As at present grown the new wheat—se cured by U.S. department of agriculture in Russia last year—is not so flinty a ilint wheat as goose wheat and is only fit for making macaroni, for which pur pose it is grown in Italy. CASTOniA. Bears the TtVj Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of VACCINATION IS WISE. The move to have all school children vaccinated is wise —especially as the troops are returning from Manila. Sergt. Edwards writes from 'Frisco: "Dr. Black tells me everyone at home ought to be vaccinated, especially the school chil dren." He says the boys will have new clothes at 'Frisco—this letter was writ ten on ship—and will pack away the suits worn after fumigating them, but they should be fumingated again when the boys get home, for no one can tell what sort of germs will be occupying the cast off clothing. PREVENTED A TRAGEDY. Timely information given Mrs. Geo. Long, of New Straitsville, O.. prevent ed a dreadfnl tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but stead ily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her, and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. I.ong of a severe attack of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and' lung troubles. Only 50 cents and $1. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at P. C. Remington's drug store. TOUGH HOBOS. Conductor Trotter had two exciting scraps with hobos on the Valley branch last week. The trouble orig inated over the determination of the I Geex Ben* & Sons, Paul. tramps to ride without, paying fare. In the first scrap Trotter knocked out three hobos but: received a gash in one hand from a knife carried by one of the men. A brakeman passing a car was kicked in the face, lie went after the tramp and laid liiin out with a hose coupling. Friday morning, a number of tramps boarded the train at I.aMourc and re sisted the efforts of ('ondiictor Trotter and his brakeman to put him off. One brakeman was shot at by a. tramp. The tramp escaped and later when the train started up the brakeman pointed him out sitting in one of the coaches. When Trotter approached the man, the latter drew a revolver and tried to bluff the conductor. Trotter took the gun away from the fellow and hit. liini in the face to quiet him. lie also arrested the tourist. A short time after the trouble occurred and while the train was going at a rapid rate of speed lie prisoner jumped through a'window and escaped in the darkness. One of Trotter's lists was badly used up in the en counter. BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE. Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where stomach, liv er, kidney and bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's new life pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at P. C. Remington's drug store. PRETTY GOOD-STORY. The wonderful productivity and re cuperative powers of the soil is thus illustrated by'the Pierce County Tri bune: In sixty days a good crop of wheat lias grown and matured in sev eral localities in l'ierce county. On .1 une oOtli a number of pieces were hailed out completely, leaving the ground absolutely bare, and oil Aug. :!Uth a 20-bushcl-to-tlie-acre crop has been harvested on the same ground, llow's that? Ilenuty Is Illood Deep. Clean blood menus a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- Eanish unties from the body. Begin to-day to pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. BLOWING FILIPINO HORNS. Those who have followed the course of events in the Philippines, as given in the press dispatches, will remem ber that at one time the American forces under General La.wton cap tured some musical instruments be longing to a Filipino band. These in struments were taken by the North Dakotans and are now among their valued relics. Itrests with you whether you continue tbr nerve-killing tobacco habit. 0»T0*UAC removes the desire for tobacco, friths outnervouadistress. expelsnico*^ tine, purities the blood, re»^ stores lost manhood, makes you strong in health, nerve and pocket-^rfT book. ^T|l' 6 BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899. cases cured. Buy NOTOBAC from your own druggist, who will vouch for us. Take it witk will, patiently, persistently. One ..— -boxes'**.*, 9^ box. ft, usually cures 3 boxe guaranteed to cure, or we refund irllac Btmdy Co., tblc.jo, Bootnil, FARMERS. Insure your farm houses and granaries. See S. 1*1. Pye & Co. FINE STOCK. Farmer Field Brings a Fine Herd of Dairy Stock With Him From Illinois. [From Thursday's Daily.] J. A. Field of Apple Creek returned today from Chicago bringing with him the best herd of dairy stock that has ever been brought into the country. He brought a band of ten full blooded Jersey cows and calves, seven cows which he purchased at the Sunnyside stock farm at Geneva, 111. The ani mals are beauties and as they stood in the stock yards this morning await ing their drive to the farm, they were pictures, every one of them. The animals are full blooded, and as fine a bunch of dairy cattle as is often seen anywhere. Mr. Field took a carload of cattle to Chicago and sold them for $4.40 and saw an opportunity to secure the herd of Jerseys and took the whole bunch. They will make a vast addition to his dairy herd. juiow Are Your Kldneye Dr. Hobbs' Sparapus Pi Us cure nil kiduey Ills. Sam* pie free. Add. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N. Y. ANOTHER HERO GONE. The Fargo Call says of the death of Joseph Wurzer, of Company B, at San Francisco: The home of the de ceased soldier boy is eight miles south of Tower City in the Bohemian settle ment, where lie has two married broth ers—Michael and John. He came to the city in the fall of '90 and was em ployed as a coachman for Dr. Vidal for about six months, and later secured employment at the Northern Pacific shops at wiper. He was a man of good moral character and a general fa vorite with all who knew him. He was a member of the Fargo Lodge, No. 5, A. O. U. W., and carried a life in surance in that fraternity for $2,000 which the order lias kept paid up since he went to the war. As soon as the news arrived in the city all Hags on public buildings were placed at half mast in respect to his memory. This is the first death that has occurred in Company since they left home, and will cause general sor row among the townspeople, who ex tend itheir sympathy to the bereaved relatives of the veteran. Curtijp Tlio leading school for bookkoeping, short I hand, penmanship, typewriting, English com mercial law, mathomatics, etc. Sena for FRON FRISCO. Agent Scott Returned Last Night From His Trip to San Francis co to See the Soldiers. I From Thursday's Daily.1 Agent S. H. Scott, of the Northern Pa cific, returned last night from San Fran cisco, where he went to sec the Grant arrive and to greet his son, who is among the North Dakota soldiers. Hugh is now the first sergeant of tlie company, having been advanced "to the place of Sergt. Gorsuch on his promotion to a second lieutenancy. Gorsuch is .with Company G. Mr. Scott reports the boys all in good condition with one or two exceptions in Company A. Sergeant Will McHugli was not well on the ar rival of the Grant, having contracted a severe cold several days out from 'Frisco, and is in the hospital, but is rapidly improving. J. R. Edick is also in the hospital, but his case is not se rious. The boys are all glad to get back on the soil of the United States and are eagerly awaiting the time when they will be mustered out and return to their homes. At present they have a fine camp at San Francisco and plsnty of warm clothing and good food. Their re ception by the 'Frisco people was a noisy one, and they were given an ova tion as they marched down the street to their camp. Piatt Dnnn left the hos pital Saturday and started home Sunday night and is expected to arrive in the city tonight. Fof PEMHYROYAL PILLS They overcome Weakness, irrojru larirv ana omission*,iuct'ca*u vijjc. and banish paint* of menstrua tion." They are 44 9 000 boxes sold. 400,000 I^itc Stivers" lotflrlfiat womanhood, aiding de velopment of ortrnns and body. No known remedy for women equals ...them. Cannot do harm—lifo b«j. comes a pleasure. &1 pet* bo* hy mail. Sold by HOTX CHEMICAL ffl W* tffcDr. WUliums* Indian J'ile Sn I pL will cure Blind, a a and Itching If! It absorbs the tumors, ra rL al*ays the itching nt once, acts Ej uEZas a poultice, trivet* instant re EE lief. Dr. WiMuxns'liuliunPileOint* mentis prepared for Piles and Itch ins of the private parts. Every box is warranted. Uy druggists, by mail on re* ceipt price. V) cents and $1.00. WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.. i^rops.. Cleveland?Zwi For sale by B. S. Beardsley, PIATT DUNN BACK. Discharged from the Service of the Government at Frisco and Returns to His Home. [From Friday's Daily.] Corporal Piatt Dunn o£ Company A, First North Dakota, who has been in the hospital at San Francisco, has been discharged and returned to the city last night. Piatt has been ill and in the hospitals at Corregidor and San Francisco since the first of April last. When lie left Manila for the United States he weighed only 96 pounds but he has improved rapidly and will soon be restored to his usual health. At present he looks a little thin, but is gaining in flesh daily. Piaitlt lis glad to be at home again although he says he is equally glad that he made the trip to Manila and put in the year's service for the ben efit of the experience and travel. He does not think much of the Philippines as a country .to live in. He reports the members of the company at Frisco generally in good health. A large number of friends in the city will be pleased to welcome Piatt home jand wish him complete restoration to health. Feed the Fire The food we eat is fuel. If the stomach works properly it is trans formed Into health and strength. If it. does not, then comes Indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, lazy liver and kidneys, and Hostetter*s Stomach Bitters is needed. It will build up women as well as men. See that a PRIVATE REVENUE STAMP covers the neck of the bottle. Accent os tetter's Any substitute. Stomach Bitters. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. The following is a statement of busi ness at the Bismarck land office for the month of August: Homestead entries—103. Homestead proofs—47. Timber culture proofs—23. Commuted homestead proofs—5. Total receipts—S3,151.99. tree wavuuiuauM) OW, WUU IUr llUC prospectus. Address J. L. Hodgmire. 904 Bos I ton Block, Minneapolis, Minn. GOOD ENOUGH TO TAKE. The finest quality of loaf sugar is used in the manufacture' of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to that of maple syrup, making it very pleasant to take. As a med icine for the cure of coughs, colds, lagrippe, croup and whooping cough it is uneqiialed by any other. It al ways cures, and cures quickly. For sale by E. S. Beardsley. ADDITIONAL FAIR PREMIUMS. The following additional premiums for the state fair—not appearing in the regular premium list--are offered: MANDAN. Dr. Goeschel offers— 1. For best netted' crocheted cur tains, hand made, $1.00. 2. 'For best iHoniton or point lace, cravat ends, $1..00. J. R. Clark offers— 1. For best cake (any kind) made from Clark's Baking Powder and Mandan flour—one photograph album value, $3.00. 2. For best cake (any kind) made by girl not over 16 years old, from Clark's Baking Powder and Mandan flour—one toilet case, value. $2.00. 3. For best baking powder biscuit made from Clark's Baking Powder anil Mandan Hour—one year's sub scription to Ladies Home Journal. 4. For best display of paper (lowers—une yesir's subscription to Woman's llonie Companion. .Tames Dooiey offers: 3. $1.50 as a second special prem ium (Mr. Nichols being first) for the best instrumental trio by girls 13 and under. Mrs. C. A. Kinney offers— 1. $1.00 as a special premium for best plain writing by pupils in school between ages of 10 and 20 (Copy first stanza of "America.") Correction: Premium list, Educa tional Division. Class 2, general com petition, lot 1, should read "Map of North America." NEW SALEM SPECIALS. The New Salem business firms offer the following list of special premiums l'or the Woman's Department, the same to be confined, wltli one excep tion, to New Salem and vicinity. Lueder Bros, offer— 1. For best crocheted curtains one framed fruit picture. 2. For best crochet or knit bed spread—one gold plate hat rack. Max Shultze offer— 1. For best paper flowers by girl 15 years or under—$1.00. 2. For best tissue paper fancy work by young lady—$2.00. 3. To the farmer's daughter re siding in Morton county, bringing one dozen of largest hen's eggs—$2.00. William Koerner offers for best crocheted lace—$1.50. A. C. Walters offers one half pound bottle finest perfume for best plum marmalade. F. AViegmann offers to the farmer's daughter bringing one dozen of larg est hen's eggs—decorated glass set, four pieces. Mandan Mercantile Co. offers for best Bulgarian embroidery—$2.00. Mrs. C. Otte offers for best crochet toilet set—one toilet case, glass, comb and brush. II. Mann offers for best homo grown fruit jelly—one sewing rocking chair. BISMARCK. The Bismarck Tribune offers— 1. For best halt' dozen potatoes grown in Burleigh county, first prem ium—one year's subscription to Bis marck Tribune second premium—six months subscription. 2. For largest and best dozen ears field corn grown in Burleigh county one year's subscription to Weekly Tribune. 3. For best collection of views of Bismarck and vicinity, including landscape and farm views, taken by amateurs, cash premium—$1.00. 4. For finest piece of needlework, exhibited by ladies of Bismarck—in addition to other premiums—$1.00 cash. Exhibits to compete for Tribune prizes may be brought to the Tribune office for free shipment to Mandan, or entered direct. Bismarck ladies ex hibiting fancy work should leave the same with Mrs. M. H. Jewell, who will see that it is properly entered and promptly returned to the owners. CHRONIC DIARRHOEA CURED. This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. I got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything. One bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Clfolera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well. J. R. GIBBS, Fincastle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years. Three bottles of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. A. SHAVER, Fincastle, Va. Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastle, Va. They procured the remedy from Mr. W. E. Casper, a druggist of that place, who is Well ac quainted with them and will vouch for the troth of their statements. For sale by E. S. Beardsley. ESTRAY NOTICE. Taken up by me on August 8, 1899, one bay mare branded O on left thigh, weight about 850 pounds also one bay gelding about three years old, weight about 1,000, no brand visible. Sec. 20, township 144, range 77. GEO. C. SCHRUNK, Andrews, Burleigh County, N. D. TENNYSON ^CIGARS P. C. REMINGTON, Agent. A lot of second hand goods for sale at your own figures at Faunce's Cor ner, consisting of furniture, crockery, cooking and heating stoves, ranges. If you need any, it will pay you to call early. The second story of the addition to the state insane hospital is being built. Enreka Harness Oil is the best preservative of new leather and the best renovator of old leather. It oils, softens, black ens and protects. Use Eureka Harness Oil on your best harness, your old har ness, and your carriage top, and they will not only look better but wear longer. Sold cveiy where in cans—aU sizes from half plnta'o five gallons. 1U1 by STANDARD OIL CO. LADIES SEE THE LATEST IN FOOTWEAR! ..AT.. MORBIS' Somotliinjj entirely new and tlio latest stylo in black und tan Joathors. TO SEE IS TO BUY. jj Yon can't holp it. They're sure to please yoq. S E. E. MORRIS, iniKiitiiintmi inKi Up-to-Date Shoeman. JSVegetablePxepatetioufor As similating theToodandRegula tingtheStomnchsanri Bowels of Imams hiliiu:n Promote sBigestion,Cheerful nessaiuHfestContains neither OPUM',Morphine NOT NARCOTIC.Mineral.nor Bmxfea/tKdlk-SAMVELPiniBEB PumtfUlu Smd" AhMtoum* HmJutUSJUt Hinm A pofect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish aess and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. A 5 3 1 EXACT C0PV OF WRAPPEB. for ALL GASTORIA Forjfafent^^ The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the The following list is compiled by one of the best authorities as the leaders for sales in 1899 in the or der following. They will be sent prepaid for the amount named: David Harum (Edward Noyes Weseott) $1.50 When Knighthood Was in Flower (Edward Cas koden) !.so The Market Place (Harold Frederick) 1.50 Mr. Dooley in Peace and War (F. P. Dunne) 1.25 Richard Carvel (Winston Churchill) 1.50 Concerning Isabel Carnaby (Ellen T. Fowler) 1.00 A Double Thread (Ellen T. Fowler) 1.50 From Sea to Sea (Kipling, 2 vols.) 2.00 The Cruise of the Cachalot (Frank T. Bullen).75c, 1.50 black Douglas (S. R. Crockett) 1.50 No. S John Street (R. Whiteing) 1.50 Red Rock (Thomas Nelson Page) 1.50 Aylwin (Watts-Dunton) 1.25 The Day's Work (Kipling) 1.50 Prisoners of Hope (Mary Johnston) 1.50 The Short Line War (Merwin-Webster) 1.50 Strong Hearts (George W. Cable) 1.25 The River Syndicate (Charles E. Carryl) 1.50 Children of the Mist (E. Phillpot) 1.50 Idyls of the Sea (Frank T. Bullen) 1.50 Snow on the Headlight (Cy Warman) 1.25 That Fortune (Charles Dudley Warner) 1.50 A Short History of the United States (Justin Mc Carthy) 1.50 Wild Animals I Have Known (E. Seton Thomp son) 2.00 The Fowler (Beatrice Harraden) 1.50 IN CHEAPER FICTION WE NAME: BY GEN. OHAS. KING. SB CENTS EACH. Fort Frayne Warrior Gap A Garrison Tangle A Wounded Name, Etc. An Army Wife BY OPIE READ. 2B OENTS EACH. Old Ebenezer Len Gansett My Young Master The Colossus The Jucklins (also in Emmett Bonlore German) A Tennessee Judge On the Suwanee River The Tear in the Cup A Kentucky Colonel The Wives of the Prophet If you have not read, and are at all interested in a pol itical story, send for Hon. Peter Sterling. It is a verv interesting storj of New York life. Cloth, 75c nnd 81.50. We Have, as Fast as Issued, the Popular Works of Gunter, Savage and Albert Ross. Look at this line at 50 cents, paper bound, but typo graphically of the best: Phroso The Manxman Choir Invisible Soldiers of Fortune Sorrows of Satan The Celebrity Prisoner of Zenda A Lady of Quality Of course we cannot list here any great number of the titles we carry, but just call your attention to the fact that we can supply you with any book published, at publishers' lowest figures. Write for anything you want. This ad. is mainly about Books, but we carry every thing kept in a first-class Stationery Store. CAPITAL BOOKSTORE BISMARCK. N. D. Gull River Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material— Wholesale and Bismarok, North. JDaJsota.. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THK eCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY. The Capital Book Store, Bismarck, N. D., keeps in stock all the new and popular books, which are on sale here as fast as issued.