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Two Men Burned to Death in a Saloon at East Grand Forks. Another tragedy is reported from Ivisl (Irani! I'Yirks, where, in the burning of VV. D. K"lleys's saloon, Kullov and a comrade, T..). MeAilani, were cremated. The two men wen? found enclasped in cach other's arms, humeri almost be yond recognition. The most reasonable theory of the ter rible tragedy is that Mr. Ivelley, accom panied by Mr. McAriam. had started for home from Sullivan's saloon. In passing Kelley's saloon one or the other had studied escaping gas coining from the Imseinent. It is supposed the two men went around to the rear door, lit a match, and the gas in the basement caused the explosion which wrecked the building, which caught lire and was de stroyed. FERRY5 seeds TtiousiiridR of garden* ermlcpeiulon Kerry 'hSooiIs every year and never HHITIT disappointment, ('heap Mihsti tnttbring Iosm,not paying crops. It pays to pay littlo more for Krkky'h Skkiin. I'iveetfnt.s per paper everywhere, and always worth it. Alnayrt the IteHt. I9H0Sw»! Armimlfreu. D. M. FERRY & CO., DETROIT, MICH. A PAPHLi MILL. A Grand Rapids, Minn., dispatch says: 11. N. Stevens, an attorney represent ing a Chicago concern, has been in the village looking up data tor the proposed paper and pulp mill to be established at this place. The present outlook is very favorable for securing an establishment of that kind, costing $200,01 0. The water power to be derived from the Mississippi river, with proper improvements, and the almost inexhaustible supply of pulp wood in this and adjacent territory,are two very inviting features to be considered, and makes this an ideal location for an estab lishment of this kind, and local business men are enthusiastic over the favorable outlook. Steve has been looking up the site for a paper mill for his friend W. D. Uoyee of Chicago, who uses a carload of paper a w.'ek in his extensive printing business and will make his own, and sell the sur plus product. The plant is to have a capacity of about two carloads a day. Jioyce is a former North Dakotau—now one or t'ae biggest publishers in Chicago —with it sky scraper on Dearborn street -—a big heart —and plenty of success. CAST'ORIA. Bears the y? Tte Rind You Have Always Bought t* A Editor's Apology. The following is valuable as a choice examplo of how ail editor can "apolo gize'" when he doesn't want to: A week or two ago an item appeared in The Herald stating that E. C. Waydeman, the Anamoose immigration agent, was about to graduate from the lveeley Insti tute. At this Mr. Waydeman takes ex ception and writes The lleralri that he "never did and never will take the 'Kele Cur' which to say the least is to be regretted as a drunkard for a husband is a curse to any family and rs. Waydeman and her children are to be pitied. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Northern Pacific Business. The Northern Pacific statement for the six months ending December 31, shows an increase in the gross earnings of 81, 812,120, and an increase in net of STOli, 120. The total net income increased SG:i:$,1:«j, which is equivalent to .7 per cent on the common stock. For the year ended June M0, the company earned about 3}-4 per cent on the common and the rate of increases shown so far insures a showing of easily 4 per cent on the common stock at the end of the year even if no further increases in the net are re corded during the remaining six months. Chicken-Lice & Mites conquered. Faint tlio insi«lo of l\»tiltry-Huscs with tlio pRadical-Remedy "Carbolineum Avenarius" Jteit 1'ainl to preserve till woodwork against rot and decay. CARBOLINEUM WOOD PRESERVING CO.,' Circulars freu! Milwaukee. Wis. Willey In A New Role. It is learned from Mandan that Rev. E. E. Willey, formerly Baptist preacher at Lisbon, who has been spending the winter in Iowa will shortly return to the state. Rev. Willoy made spellbinder FOR 14 CENTS Wo wiah to f?ain thin year 200,000 now customer*, and hence oner IV lPkir.pity Garden Beet, toe Pkfr.EnrlVtbwcrftldCucumberlfx! LaCronsu Market Lettuce, 16c Strawberry Melon. I5c 1:1 Day Radish, loo Early Ripo Cafilmjre, luo I Earlv Dinner Onion, luo I 11 Brilliant Flower Seeds, Ifio Worth 91.00, for 14 ccntM. $LU0 Above 10 Pkgs. worth $1.00* we will mail you froe, together with our great Plant and Seed Catalog, tell fog all about Salzer's Million llol lar Potuto* upon receipt of this notice A ltc. stamps. We invite frj.Salzer'i*seedswhenwill our trade and know 70a qpcc yon never 1 fedo without. The 1900 Strawberry bears 11,000 quarte twice yearly. Ill 440 JOIUI A. B1LZBK 8E1D 00* L4CB08SE, WIS. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or* gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache,Gastraigia,Cramps,and all other results of imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWltt A Co.. Chicago. K. S. Heardsley, druggist, Fourth St. speeches for the Republican campaign committee in 189S and was regarded as a drawing card. He is as good a stump speaker as preacher and able to present worldly or patriotic issues in as convinc ing a manlier as lie can the spiritual. It is said that Mr. Willey, who is no longer connected with the church in a pastoral way, will again take the stump in North Dakota but on different basis He expects to show up the failure of the enforcement of the prohibitory law. It is reported that he has statistics of the expenses of prosecuting blind pigs, for instance the reported cost of i?f)07 for prosecuting piggers at Steele, which amounted to nothing: that he knows, or says he has the information as to the cost of getting the liquor law passed by the legislature and can name it also has the names of parties who got it. That he has the statistics of the number of jugs of liquor, cases of beer, etc., that have been shipped into the state, the past year, also the figures regarding drug ists' sales in December. E. S. Beardsloy, the druggist, will re fund you your money if you are not sat islied after using Chamberlain's Stom asli and Liver Tablets. They cure dis orders of the stomach, biliousness, con stipation and headache. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. The following is the business done at the local land ollice in January, 1900: Homestead entries Homestead proofs Cash entries Timber culture proofs Reservoir lilings Soldier's homestead lilings Approximate acreage taken by above 1-10,000 acres. Total cash receipts (about) Si,500. SPAIN'S GREATEST NEED. Mr. R. P. Olivle, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S. G. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in tlae back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest blood and nerve remedy, all pain soon left him. He says this grand medi cine is what his country needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new Mfe into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by P. 0. Reming ton, druggist. Married. The following from the Fargo Forum will be af interest to Bismarck friends of Miss Henderson: S. A. Moore and Sadie I. Henderson were united in marriage at 0:30 Wednes day evening by Presiding Elder Witham at the latter's residence. The groom is the successful and popular superinten dent of the county hospital, whose work out there has given such general satis faction to the officials, inmates and the Tublic. The bride has been one of the charming and attentive nurses at the in stitution for some time. A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER. Will often cause a horrible burn, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures old sores, fe ver sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Sold by P. C. Remington, drug gist. ongratulations. The St. Paul Dispatch says: The engagement of Miss Bessie Bell Holmes.of Merriani Park, and A.T.Pat terson. of Bismarck, N. D., is announced. Miss Holmes will be remembered as having visited with Miss Skeels a month or so ago. The young people met while here, and friends of both will extend congratulations upon the happy result of their meeting, as announced above. SHAKEN UP. Passengers on the East Bound Train Last Night Had a Little Shak ing Up. (From Monday's Daily.) Passengers on the rear end of the east bound train last night had a little shaking up four miles west of Mandan. The trucks on the rear end of the colon ist sleeper pulled out from under the coach and left the end of the car down with a shock that woko up the majority of the sleepers and gave them a little scare. The train broke in two and the front end went on to Mandan, and the rear end of the train was left out on the prairie until help could be secured to raise the car and render it possible for the other cars to be moved. The train was delayed several hours by the acci dent. It is said Tom Elliott was asleep in the colonist just where the car fell down on the ties and never woke up— and the boys say it shows what a clear conscience he has—to sleep so well. 6 BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1900. CASS LAKE BOOMER Hon. Dennis Hannafin Stirring Up Mat ters at Cass Lake. Dennis Hannafln, squatter governor of North Dakota, and erstwhile philosopher of the Missouri slope, sends out the fol lowing circular from Cass Lake: "From the Rolling Pacific to the Wav ing Pines of Minnesota, Greeting." Cass Lake, Minn., Jan. 1.—Col. P. Donan, Portland, Oregon.—Dear Sir After being a scout on the beautiful prairies of North Dakota for twenty years, I have disposed of my interest in iiismarck, N. D., and gone co the waving pines of Minnesota—Cass Lake—where I invested heavily! Island Lake, where the government is going to make a park, is a most beauti ful place—where the Chippewa Indians see the devil. You saw only an inoffen sive sea serpent twenty-seven feet long, at Devils Lake, N. D. The next town that I boom will be War Road, Rainy Lake, the new Klon dike of the northwest. Yours truly, Dennis P. Hannifin. Denny has a letter from John M. Quinn, in which the talented Tammanv ite—formerly of Bismarck, says: No. 150 Nassau street, New York' Jan. 10.—Dear Friend: Your letter of the 2d was a pleasant surprise to me. I am delighted to know that you are as vigor ous, as aggressive, as picturesque, and as antagonistic as ever. I am pleased to know that you in vested heavily in Cass Lake—not that I know anything about the virtues of Cass Lake, but the fact that you havo invest ed heavily proves that you have been enjoying prosperous days. However, I should imagine that you would find the society about Island Lake most attractive. A man that has raised as much h—1 as you have (among the hypocrites and Pharisees) should be royally entertained by the devil. Give him my regards when you see him. He seems to be having things pretty much his own way in the management of gov ernmental affairs and is entitled to con gratulation. He is the most astute leader of whom the republican party can boast. Yours in memory of the days of old, John M. Quinn. Itrests with you whether you continue the, nerve-killing tobacco habit. NOT4l«lKA" removes the desire for tobacco, with^ out nervous distress, expels nico^mL tine, purifies the blood, I mm stores lost manhood.^^TAl WI boxes makes you strong^jev •••AWB^soid, in health, nerve^^Hfl IflB^asescurctf. Buj andjockct^«T^Kl Mv^NOTO-BAC from book. M^your own drupg 1st,who I vouch for U9._Take.itwith ^wlll,patiently, persistently. One box.il. usually cures 8boxes,tS.Ml guaranteed to cure, or we refund money 8ttrtliit&eaedy Co.* Chicago, Hontresl* Niv TerC Headstones for Soldiers' Graves. Dickinson Recorder: Capt. Auld has received notice from the quartermaster general at Washington that his applica tion for a headstone for the grave of Corporal Harold Davis has been received and that the stone will be prepared and forwarded to him as soon as possible. There are many applications for head stones for deceased soldiers at this time, and as the different applications are re ceived they are sent to the contractors for lettering, so that it may be several months before the stono is received, when it will be set up over Harold's grave in the cemetery. The captain in forms us that he has requested the quartermaster department at San Fran cisco to forward the. remains of Ole T. Lakken, recently arrived at that place, to Dickinson for interment with military honors. To Cure CunHti|iation Forever* Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. If C. C. C. tail to euro, druggists refund moucy. Conventions. Col. Robinson, chairman of the repub lican state central committee, states that the centr.il committee will meet in Far go about the 15th of the present month to issue calls for two state conventions. The lirst will be called for the purpose of selecting the delegates to the republi can national convention, which will be held at Philadelphia July 19th. The second will place a state ticket in nomi nation. The conventions were held in Fargo last time and it is understood that if Grand Forks wants either of the con ventions this year they will be given a chance to make the selection, the other convention going to Fargo. Beamy Is Blood Deep. Clean blood means 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 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, 10c, 25c, 50c. The new $17,000 school house at New Rockford has been accepted by the county commissioners. When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Pride, 25 cents. Samples free. Every box guaranteed. For sale by E. S. Beardsley. Smallpox in Wahpeton. Dr. Quarry, superintendent of the state board of healtn, has been in Wah peton and conferred with the local health officers and physicians regarding the the cases of smallpox in that city. He Eureka Harness Oil Is the best preservative of new leather and the best renovator of old leather. It oils, softens, black ens und protects. Use Eureka Harness Oil on your best harneM, yonr old har ness, and your carriage top, and tbey will not only loolc bettor but wear longer. Sold every where in cans—all •lies from half pfnta'o five gallons. Hdl bj STANDARD OIL CO. pronounced the cases to be smallpox of the type described by the Minnesota board of health and which is frequently diagnosed as chicken-pox. There are only three cases and they are very light but all precautionary measures have been taken to prevent the spread of dis ease. It seems certain that the disease was brought to Wahpeton by Jacob Rickert, who is a student at the Minnesota uni versity, but who came there to spend the holiday vacation and was ill with a dis ease resembling smallpox, but which was diagnosed as chibken-pox by the at tending physician. Breckenridge, Minn., has quarantined against Wahpeton, but it is considered quite unnecessary con sidering the effectivo measures adopted. Dr. Meckstroth, the health officer at Wahpeton, has instituted a strict quar antine, owing to the fact that it is not known how many people have been ex posed to the dread disease. All schools, colleges and churches have been closed until February 19. During the same period all public gatherings, operas, dances, parties, etc., are strictly prohib ited. All children must be kept on their own premises and not allowed to mingle with other children. The last, but not the least, of the or ders laid down by the health officer is that every man* woman anri child, who has not been successfully vaccinated within the last two years should be vacci nated at once. A Convincing Answer. "I hobbled into Mr. Blackmon's drug store one evening,"' says Wesley Nelson, of Hamilton, Ga., "and ho asked me to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheu matism with which I had suffered for a long time. I told him I had no faith in any medicine as they all failed. He said: 'Well if Chamberlain's Pain Balm does not help you, you need not pay for it.' I took a bottle of it home and used it according to the directions and in one week I was cured, and have not since been troubled with rheumatism." Sold by E. S. Beardsley. Mngion Irving 10c and dotin Drew scciaars ALWAYS PERFECTION. Fifteen places burned in the Casselton fire. The places were: Manner's cigar store,JohnHaney's barbershop, Brunch Hotel, Priew's furniture store, Jerry Dailey's restaurant, Porte's resaurant, Goodrich's barber shop, Dr. Glasgow's brick block, occupied by H. A. Strohlow's drug store, the post office, Beiber and Knights general store, John Timm's meat market. Ryans' Real Estate office. Harry Hawley's barber shop, Pete Scmidt's tailor shop, and the dressmak ing parlors of Mrs Filk up stairs Seawke's barn. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is unequal eri for piles, injuries and skin diseases. It is the original Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all counterfeits. E. S. Beard sley, Fourth St. In the libel suit at Wahpeton last week against Editor Andrews of The Lidgerwood Broadaxe the jury found for the pencil pusher. Andrews roasted Tom Gillespie on the charge of running a blind pig. Gillespie assaulted him and permanently injured one of his eyes. Then Andrews gave it to him worse than ever in the paper.. Gillespie thought the roast too severe and sued for libel. Ho has abandoned his bad habits and is be coming a good citizen. Gillespie was one the dashing members of the Grigsby Rough Riders with Lieut. Sunderhauf. "I had dyspepsia for years. No med icine was so eifective as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It gave immediate relief. Two bottles produced marvelous results." writs L. H. Warren, Albany, Wis. It digests what you eat and cannot fail to cure. E. S. Beardsley, Fourth street. Hon. W. E. Purcell of Wahpeton was operated on at Minneapolis for appen dicitis and the doctors found his a seri ous case, but he is resting easily and will probably recover without incident. WHAT IS SHILOH? A grand old remedy for Coughs, Colds and Consumption used through the world for half a century, has cured innumerable cases of incipient con sumption and relieved many in ad vanced stages. If you are not satis tied with the results we will refund your money. Price 25 cents, 50 cents and 81. E. S. Beardsley, Druggist, 4th St. A large excursion party of landseekers were taken to Ward county last week by the Soo. Out of 130 a party of 76 stopped off a Kenmare and braved the storm to go out and locate lands. It is expected all will file on homesteads be fore returning. YOU TRY IT. If Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure, which is sold for the small price of 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00, does not cure take the bottle back and we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarantee. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. E. S. Beardsley, Druggist, Fourth St. For Sale at a Bargain. The swJ4 of Sec. 20, Twp. 145 north, of range 82 west, McLean county, con sisting of 160 acres. Also e*4 of of Sec. 21, Twp. 141, range 80, Burleigh county, 160 acres. The above will be sold very cheap for cash, or part cash. Address H. W. GRAMBS, Bismarck, N. D. www oiiH iwp five rrenaniCt NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 7.—The state Be publican convention met here during the day. Most of the delegates were white men. A ticket headed by Eu gene S. Reems for governor was named. Resolutions were adopted in dorsing William McKinley and Corne lius Bliss for president and vice presi dent. GENUINE The Kind 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 Ex periments that trifle with and endanger the health of nfonts and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castor!a 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 ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. 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 CIHT.UW COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. Gull River Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material— Wholesale and Bismarok, USTortih. 3Da.fe.ota,. Manufacturers of the. Missouri Valley Milling Company, Buyers of Wheat, Oats, Corn, Rye and Flax. Operating a Feed Mill with a grinding capacity of Forty bushels an hour. All orders executed promptly. Celebrated CLIMAX Flour. Every Sack Guaranteed. For Sale by All Dealers. Subscribe for the Tribune. Closing Out Sale at Faunce's Corner. Wo have fine line of crockery that must be disposed of lit some price. Also a lot of wall paper which will be sold at prices that will surprise you, at once. Call und see the prices. It will pay you to buy now. Also a lot of second hand goods. A GREAT OFFER. Bismarck Tribune readers know what the American Agriculturist la the best farm paper published. The Orange Judd Farmer Is the western edition of this famous magazine. By special arrangement the Bismarck Weekly Tribune one year, the Orange Judd Farmer one year and the fam Year Book, retail price 75 cents—all three for $1.35. The Minneapolis Times has certainly made a strong move for popularity by se curing the New York Herald's special cable service, This gives the Times the best service from a telegraphic news standpoint that is held by any northwest ern newspaper, The new service is of great value to the readers of the Times, especially during the Boer war. And from present indications other countries than England are bound to be involved in the South African troubles, thus mak ing the news service of greater value to the readers as it gives them a service equal to that enjoyed by the people of London and New York. The TimeB sets thfe pace for enterprising newspaper ser vice in the northwest, and its latest bid for popularity is but another evidence of its lead in that direction. SICK HEADACHES, The curse of overworked womankind, are quickly and surely cured by Karl's Clover Boot Tea, the great blood puri fier and tissue builder. Money re funded if not satisfactory. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. E. S. Beardsley Druggist, Fourth St. ALWAYS DR. C. A. BALLARD .....OFFICE IN 1ST NATIONAL BLOCK."1" HOURS: 11 TO 12 A.M. 2 TO 4 P. M. Prompt Attention to Country Calls NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY. For over fifty-eight years a national family paper for farmers and villagers, whose readers have represented the very best element of our country population. It gives all important news of the nation and world, the most reliable mar ket reports. 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