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THE NEW DEPOT. (From Friday's Dally.) SCAFFOLDING ABOl'T COMPLETED AND THE RAISING OF THE WALLS WILL SOON BEGIN. Foreman C. F. Abbot, in charge the building of the new depot, has the ski (folding and frame work for the raiding of the concrete walls near.y completed and work will begin before long on the walls. There has been a good de.il of preliminary work to (o before any showing could be made above ground. This has been about completed. The scaffolding is raised with the vi.-w, of affording firm supports of planking between which the concrete is :o be laid. It is so erected that it !n ay be raised without adding to the original scaffolding and support the walls on the second tloor. The basis of the wall will be of con mte m.ide from coarse gravel, sand and ccnieni. The outside finish will lit- made with concrete made from broken marble, sand and cement, and the inside finish with liner marble. A carload of the broken marble has arrived and is being screened. It will take several carloads 10 complete the work. This will give the building a hand some exterior and interior finish. The inside will be polished with a polish ing sand that has arrived, and will take a siaoo'th. hard finish. The fin ish outside will be rough, with marble predominating in the lace of the wall. The building will be something new in the stale and the northwest and it. is agreed that it will be handsome far beyond the ordinary depot structure of railroads, even at the larger cities in the west. IT HAPPENED IN A DRUG STORE. "One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asksd for a brand of cough medicine tha.t I did noc have in stoek." says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the popular druggist of On tario, N. Y. "She was disappointed and wanted to know what coug'.i preparation I. could recommend. I said to her that I could freely recom mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the battle and I would refund the price paid. In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1 consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy." It is for sale by E. S. Beardsley. CONTEMPT. PROCEEDINGS IN THE M'KENZIE CASE BEFORE JUDGE MORROW AT TACOMA. Tacoma. Wash.. Oct. —In the United States circuit court of appeals yesrjrday. affidavits were read in the cases of H. H. Anderson and 0. Jose Comtois, reciting that Alexander Mc Kenzie, the receiver appointed ly United States District Judge Arthur H. Noyes. had disregarded the previous older of the circuit court of appeals and had rendered himself amenable to a charge of contempt against the tri bunal. The court, therefore, issued an order directing the United States marchal to produce Mr. McKenzie before the court on Nov. ." to show cause why he should not be punished for contempt. An order was also issued requiring Judge Dudley Duboce. a lawyer, to ap pear before the court at tne same time and show cause why he should not also be punished for contempt for hav ing advised Mr. McKenzie to disregard the order of the court. A POWDfciR MILL EXPLOSION. Removes everything in sight so do drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate machinery of your body with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. icing's New Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures headache, con stipation. Only 25 cents at Reming ton's drug store. RTJFTJS TJLLUM. SAYS THE PUNISHMENT OF COL UMBUS WAS ECLIPSED BY HIS BANISHMENT FROM HOME AND FRIENDS. Jamestown, N. D., October 1.— Edi tor Tribune: Great men as a rule are victims of greait embarassment, and usually through the world's imperfec cions. Those who hive accomplished the most beneficent things, who have placed the greenest laurels on the brow of civilization, who have won the eter nal applause of mankind and gained a place in the affections of humanity be cause of what they did in life, hlave most been targets for the world's abuses I .is a proverb as lamentable as it is 'true that no man is fully appreciated until after he is dead. Wealth re ceives its honors in the flesh, while genius finds its reward only beyond the grave, because prejudice and envy can not cast their poisons across the val ley of death. When a nation discov ers a redeemer, it is to persecute him first and worship him afterward. Hence, were it not for monuments and tha slower justice of biography, hu manity would be without emulous ex amples, and philosophic ambition would not attain to even a shadow of a dream. The life p.nd career of Col umbus have few parallels in the annals cf history. Great men there have be*n who met with disappointments and injustice, but there is perhaps no other instance of a prominent man whom disappointments and injustice did not dishearten and disgust, who had greatness recognized in his life time, and yet was robbed of the emol uments it entitled him to, and who, after death, was so unfortunate as to have his honor conferred upon another, even to the obscuring of his name by the substitution of thait of an insignifi cant voyager (Amerigo Vespucci). He hid practically enlarged the world by half and set in the crown of Spain a jewel so lustrous that all the gems of earth graw pale in iU light. The trade winds carried me.to Dakota's fair land, hut the cold wave sank my frail bark in the Bismarck harbor. The im piisanment. banishment and loss of friends of Columbus are eclipsed by RUFUS ULLUM. HIS LIFE WAS SAVED. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into pneu monia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex^ peeted to soon die of consumption, when 1 heard of Dr. King's New Dis covery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued to use it, and now am well and strong, I can't say too much in its praise. This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all throat and lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at P. C. Remington's drag store. Every bottle guaranteed. EXCELLENT PLAY. EXCELLENT PRODUCTION OF THE "YOUNG WIFE" AT THE ATH ENEUM LAST NIGHT BY A CAP ABLE COMPANY. A very pretty little story is the plot of the "Young Wife" which was ex cellently presented at the Athenenm last night. The company was well balanced. Mr. Tannehill as Horace Greengage Dobbins was perhaps the star of the cast, but the honors were equally shared by Miss Ethelyn Palmer, who, as the young wife, inter preted her difficult part intelligently and pleasingly. There is enough mel odrama in the play to give it a living interest, and melodrama is difficult, to portray .without the result of bur lesque. So truiy, however, were the melodrama scenes of last night pre sented. that they could hardly fail to please the most captious critic. The element of comedy in the performance 'is sufficient to relieve any monotony. The audience was small—much small er than so capable a company de served. Certainly the nature of the play and the qualifications of the com pany were known beforehand, and those who failed to see the perform ance cannot claim they were not aware of its excellence. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS. Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them also old, running and fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, chilblains, best pile cure on eartn. Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by P. C: Reming ton, druggist. INDIANS AT LAW., Oberon Reporter: There was an in teresting lawsuit before Justice Hof strand at Minnewaukan. It was the case of Robert Little Cloud vs. John Oye, both Indians from the reserva tion. It appears that Little Cloud went away and left his team with Oye, who used the horses-and accidentally drowned them. Upon Little Cloud's return Oye gave him four ponies ir payment for the horses. Indiar, Agent Getchell ordered Little Cloud to return the ponies to Oye, which he refused to do. Major Getchell caused the ponies to be taken from Little Cloud and returned to Oye. Little Cloud came here and engaged Attor ney Stuart, who began proceedings to recover the ponies. The only ques tion to be decided was that of juris diction. Attorney Stuart produced ample authorities to show that In dians on allotted lands have the same rights as other citizens, and their deals between each other cannot be interfered with by the Indian agent. The case was decided in favor of the plaintiff. LAND OFFICE. Business for the month of Septem ber, 1900: Homestead entries 110 Final homestead proofs 32 Timber culture final proofs .... 0 Cash entries 16 Total area appropriated (approxi mate) 27,000 acres. Cash receipts, $3,500. BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, QUITS THE SHIP. ATTORNEY ROBINSON OF FARGO TELLS WHY HE IS AGAINST BRYAN. Fargo, Oct 5.—Attorney J. E. Rob inson of Fargo, one of Bryan's staunch est supporters of four years ago, deals the independent-democratic party this terrific body blow. Mr. Robinson says in a letter: "You ask me to state why we popu lists who once voted for Bryan now purpose to vote for McKinley. My answer is that we never vote to haul down the flag, and we never vote so as to encourage armed rebellion. The genuine populist must be a patriot. "We voted for Bryan as the honest and able champion of free silver coin age and monetary expansion, at a time when unwise legislation—the uncon ditional repeal of the silver coinage act and the contraction of the currency —had cursed the country with a money famine, general bankruptcy and disaster. "But conditions have changed there is no longer dearth of money. That has been well relieved by the discovery of rich gold mines, which yield an output of about $1oo,00o,oim a year, and by the banking and currency act, which add largely to the circulat ing medium. The circulation is now larger than at any other time in the history of the country. The leading nations have adopted the gold stand ard, and it has come to stay. "Under the administration of Mc Kinley the war with Spain lias been conducted with marvelous success. It has resulted in glorious victories on land and sea, and in the acquisition of territory worth billions of dollars. That acquisition we must forever hold and retain. No party can ever aban don it without bearing the curse of the nation. The fact that a large party now dares to advocate such an aban donment is the strangest of all reasons for the re-election of McKinley. But there are other reJasons. His admin istration has been such as to inspire and retain the confidence of the na tions and the confidence of the busi ness world, and the result has been a period of commercial expansion, Df natural trade balances, of thrift and prosperity, such as was never recorded in the history of any country. "Hence we vote and we pray for an other four years of McKinley and pros perity." For sprains, swellings and lameness there is nothfing so good as Chamber lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For sale by E. S. Beardsley.. GET SEED WHEAT. E. P. WELLS OF JAMESTOWN AD VISES FARMERS TO LOOK AHEAD FOR SEED. E. P. Wells of Jamestown says the short crops will not hurt North Da kota's standing as the area of drouth included the entire northwest. He thinks, however, that there should lie some organized effort to contract for seed wheat now, as a small portion only of the land plowed can be seeded next spring unless seed grain is se cured. He thinks that it may be worth a bushel and advises ev eryone to get se^d secured as soon as possible. The wet condition of the soil, with the deep freezing of the win ter make crop prospects next year good, far better than tnis spring. It may be necessary to get county aid in some cases and the experience in the past in that line is encouraging to offi cials to act, as comparatively few losses occurred. In his speeches Congressman Bout well admits that Bryan's election would disturb business, but adds that this result would only be temporary. The assurance that the panic would end some time would hardly induce men of sound judgment to help bring it about When you have no appetite, do not relish your food and feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at E. S. Beardsley's drug store. A new remedy for biliousness is now on sale at Beardsley's drug store. It is called Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given as soon as the first indication of the disease appears. Price, 25 cents per box. Samples free. FALL IN. Valley City Alliance: Company I fall in! They say that Richland county will give the fusion candidate— Wipperman—a thousand majority. Have you forgoibten Manila, the 4th -»f February, 1899, the trying days of Ma rong—and Santa Cruz? Would you now desert the comrades of those days—comrades with whom you stood shoulder to shoulder, and who so care fully watched over the camp while you slept? Is it possible, in the face of your gallant Tecord, that you would OCT. now fail to rally to the standard of the gallant Major White and assemble about 'that of one who has no right to your vote? No! Company I, we can not believe 'that you would, or will, help make good the claim of our fusion friends. Your comrades of Companies our boys—and A, B, C, D, H, and K, all are massing on the colors of Major White—and 'they want to hear you re spond on November ith next—"Com pany is with you"—'and has given Frank Whits a solid 1,000 majority !n Richland county. DOES THIS STRIKE YOU? Muddy complexions, nauseating breaths, come from chronic constipa tion. Karl's Clover Root Tea is an absolute cure and has been sold for fifty years on an absolute guarantee. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. E. S. Beardsley, druggist. Fourth street. DEAF SCHOOL. ANNUAL REPORT OF STATE DEAF SCHOOL FILED WITH THE GOV ERNOR. Reports of state institutions and boards are being received by the gov ernor of the work done in the past bi ennial period. The report of the trustees and superintendent of the state school for the deaf at Devils Lake has been filed. The report shows an expenditure during the bi ennial period of SI i),S70 for improve ments bringing the value of the prop erty of the institution up to :?-12,:?70. The attendance during the past year was ."!, of whom 27 were boys and 32 girls. Superintendent Bangs recom mends a chan^c ir. the manner ol talc ing the census of the dear of the state. At present it is taken by the assessors. This method is not satisfactory and it is urged that hereafter the census be taken with the regular school census in each county and be reported by the county superintendents. It is also urged that the legislature pass a law making the education of deaf children compulsory. The trustees' estimate for the expenses of the ensuing bien nial period is $37,400, being .$11,000 for maintenance, $10,700 for salaries, $8, 000 for wages of employes, $3,000 for fuel and the remainder for incidentals, books, medicines, etc. TELL YOUR SISTER A beautiful complexion is an impos sibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, a healthy liver and bowels. Karl's Clover Root Tea acts directly on the bowels, liver and kid neys keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. E. S. Beardsley, druggist, Fourth street. DE LA BERE'S ANSWER. A New York manufacturer of fire hose wrote the chief of the Sheldon department for information and Mike de la Bere, editor of the Progress, took it upon himself to answer as follows: "Dear Sir: Our fire department is not run by a belt, tumbling shaft nor any other device, contrivance, strata gem, scheme or man. It is primitive in design, has been in use since prior to the Declaration of Independencs has been used as a milk and slop bucket for four generations of our peo ple has had the bottom kicked out by 35 different cows never had but two hoops and the bail was lost In the fire of '07. However, if you have any second-hand pails please send us price list, net and discount. In answer to your questions: When will our peo ple purchase hose? Just as soon as the weather gets so cold they can't go barefoot. How many feet? All have one, most of them two, scarcely any with three or more. Kind preferred, cotton or rubber? Cotton and with no frills, tucks or ruffles. We are a plain people." If the Baby is Cutting Teeth Be sure to use that old and well tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syi up for children teething. It soothes the cHild, softens the gums, allays all pain cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea 25 cents a bottle. AGAINST BRYAN. Mandan, N. D., Oct. 5.—John H. Hager of Sweet Brier is another ex democrat of this county who is a very strong supporter of McKinley. He is a member of the Hager family, which established Hagerstown, Md., and he was a soldier in the Confederate army. He has always been looked upon by the democrats of this county as one of their best and cleanest men. He has a horse ranch twenty miles southwest of Mandan. The great development of the indus trial situation in the United States since McKlnley's inauguration has convinced Mr. Hager that what this county needs is a continuance, of the McKinley regime. He is not a luke warm supporter of the administration, but, as a matter of 'business, he puts in his time trying to convince all the democrats he meets that if they care anything for the prosperity of the na tion they will not cast a vote for the cnaoe that will surely follow the elec tion of Bryan., When the interrogation point is used in connection with North Carolina Mr. Bryan exercises (he privilege of the prise-lighter and aide Mtepe. 12 1900. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS. THERE WILL BE NO CONFUSION IN MARKING BALLOTS. The' supreme court of North Dakota has construed the election law of this state, (Hauser vs. Pepper, 8 N. D., p. 484) and if the following instruction to voters is given wide publicity and incorporated in "Instructions to Vot ers," printed on the cards to be posted in all precincts according to law, there will be no confusion in marking the ballots: "Having obtained your ballot, enter one of the unoccupied compartments and prepare same for voting. "An elector need not make a cross or mark in the square opposite each name to vote either a straight party ticket or a split ticket. "A cross or other mark in the square at the head of the ticket under the party name, and, nowhere else, means a vote for all the names on the party ticket or written in that col umn. "If in addition to the mark in the square at the head of the party col umn, an elector makes other .marks in squares opposite names in another party column, the ballot will ba counted for all the names on his party ticket, except the individual names so marked in another party column, for which the ba'llot will be counted. A voter may write or paste a name on the ballot opposite the office of the party voted for, which will be ccunteu whether a cross or other mark is made in the square opposite such name or not." DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused oy an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube.is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the re sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucuous surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's family pills are the best. LOST OR STOLEN. Strayed from six miles northwest of Wilton, one white horse, spotted, wtith small red dots one black horse, partly blind in one eye, big scar on right hind heel one light bay mare, white face one bay horse, shod on front feet. No brands on any. Ten dollars reward will be paid for information leading to recovery of same. N. H. SHEGERUD, Wilton, N. D. Over 500 storm windows to select from all sizes in stock. I will save you money on them every time. Also inside sash of all kinds furnished on application also doors and blinds, at Faunce's corner. DO YOU KNOW Consumption is preventable? Science proves that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can be cured with Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. E. S. Beardsley. druggist, Fourth street. STILL TALKING. BRAYN TALKING ON THE ONLY ISSUE THAT IS LEFT TO THE DEMOCRATS. Quincy, 111., Oct. 9.—A crowd of 10,000 listened to Bryan who said the coming out of so many in the early morning was evidence of the interest the people are taking in the great fight against syndicates. He had been busy for years prosecuting the repub lican party for grand larceny and de clared that prices of nearly all manu factured articles were higher now than three yelare ago and farmers pro duce was not bringing so much. WILY WILLIE. IGNORES FINANCE IN AN EN DEAVOR TO WIN BACK THE GOLD DEMOCRATS. Carthage, 111., Oct. 9.—Bryan refused to leave bis car to make a 10 minute speech at Camp Point, where the peo ple were assembled in the public square to hear him. At Golden he spoke to 2,000. Here 6,000 greeted the candidate who' through this dis trict is trying to win back the gok: democrats by ignoring finances In his speeches. France has more persons over 00 yean of age than any other country Ireland comes next. 1 by! the for WOMEN and MEN The Shoe-dealer that cares for his Eo atrons cares sell these shoes because they look well and wear until youhe tired of them1 The trade supplied by NORTH 5TAR SHOE CO. tr rn .Minneapolis, Minn. COAL MACHINERY. GENERAL WASHBURN BEGINS UPON THE PROMISED DEVEL OPMENT OF THE COAL FIELDS. Senator Washburn has made good his promise to the people of North Dakota to at once develop the lignite coal fields at Wilton, the first station on the line of the Bismarck, Wash burn & Great Falls railway. An equipment consisting of a steam en gine and an electric plant has been bought by the railroad company and the new madtoinery will be installed the mines. before two weeks. The principal advantage in the new ap paratus is the increased capacity of the mines which its use makes possible. Two electrfc cutters, machines for sawing the coal out of its beds, will be put in operation as soon as the machinery is set up. These two cut ters will enable the operators to mine about 4oo -tons of coal per day. 'x'he machinery has power sufficient to drive £.• of the cutters, and as the company is away behind in its orders, the ricisCaciiory installation of the plor.t 'i the only thing necessary lc run the electric devices to their full capacity. The envelopment of the lignite ccal fields c,v North Dakota is causing a great deal of talk in railroad circles. The „raffic is already well worth hav ing, and the northern roads are won dering how much they will get out of it, now that Senator Wa3hburn's r.oad has pointed the way for them. WOMEN CURED AT HOME. THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES. For more than twenty-five years Dr. J. New ton Hathaway has made a specialty of Female Diseases. During that time he has had among his patients over ten thous and women, suffering from all those many different com plaints peculiar to the sex, and has completely and perma nently cured more than 80 per cent, of the cases he has treated. By his exclusive method, which he has perfected during the twenty-five years of his most extensive practice, he Is enabled to cure all of these different diseases. Including painful profuse or suppressed menstruation, prolapsus', all ovarian trouble, tumors and ulceratlon-in net, everv form of those diseases which make a burden of life to the great majority of women. Be has so perfected this system of his that he can treat these cases by mail, without any per sonal examination (to which every sensitive woman naturally objects) and without any oper ation, with Its consequent pain and necessary danger. Bis system of treatment Is taken in the-prl Tacy of the home the cure Is painless and It Is positive. ONE LOW FEB. Write him a letter stating briefly your condi tion and he will send you a blank to be filled out. He will give your case his personal attention and care and make his fee so moderate (Including ail medicines necessary) that you will not feel the burden of the payment, and he will guarantee you a positive cure. Address, J. NBWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. Dr. Hatha war A Co BqmmwIsItbupahswhen Block, Slotuc Citr.lowa. mmov wsmxa.