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*N The WeatUer. I-K. BiSMASOE, April 24. , D H taken at the sa^e BtationB, 7 p. m., local 11 l)lr«c. S S N E Wind. Vo . Weather. ('loody. Bain. Pt. (Tdy , i L U ,-U. M H A N B . · ,-riUuro, 110, miniruntu temper- leuitwrature, 7:1, to^l preci- past twenty-four hoars. 0.00 Ll - I I . C.. April 24.-North Dakota: '" Kfi.Tiiion or iiii/ht; winds ^shifting ,,u ami much colder Batnrday T l t A l N S A I U U V E . W E S T W A l l U ,. Mm! E v - M a i l . 0:25 a. m. li!:15 a. m. *. 2.05 a. m m Arrive 2:30 p. in. T H E CITY: l , i - U a y ' s - KvcliW. .,.11111.', oiurl house, lOn'clock. i:;.-«innrr= itt 2 p. in. ,;/»! IKCK /' ltlllt.1'' W I l l l io- ·stt-rday and the .street limn' xuod-SITvice. t h e i r d a i l y on to '98." l ! i i i i l - ' i i t 1. ' I U " \ \ a _ M i i - ;iri' ,1 t i n ' - n u is ,- w . - l l t» statf that t h e teinper- wi'iir.---wt'll. tin' s aid editor i,|i- ;i i n i ' y i ' l i 1 . , , , i n ^ - i : Tin 1 ' CarrirmtOM Opera i, iiin"' of tii'.' 't' s t traveling, but i S 'i\.' it away. .,.,-- n t. scarli-t fever are reported " h o n - i - i an- ijiiarantiiied "by the l n ' i i l t h . i u - i-ae is at Mr. D u n n ' s ' d t i i ' - i ;it t i n 1 curlier ot First aaid ;;,,,,!, ,n. \ Y , i ~ ! ! i n : j t i i n , I . " - , A p r i l 19, to · ·,i::'l fr-. i.eiii'iie W i n t e r , a son. .Mrs. ·','-';i.'r \ \ i i l be l e i m - t u b e r e d 'as . f o r m e r l y '-- i - i i n i i a M i l l e r of Bismarck. M o t h e r .',] , - : i , n l iloini; mi'i'ly atTa'st-WourHSr '!;..· ia-l IH-W-, i r o m Mandan is to t h e '-·;"\!i,il i l n i l ' i u - i y . who was seriously in- f,,\ ili.i'r^iht}. is s t i l l alive. The doctors, . \ \ - V I T , l i . u v ' i n t l f Impe lor his recovery , · : ' : ; i ; i n I !i:it if Me sliuiild survive it w i l l · a t i i i r . i ' - i i ' . A : " ' t i i - r i'! i vat i' bank eame in out of the '· , . - ; l - ; d a \ a i n l w i l l ' i i e e i l n o p u n c h i i i R ; ; ; , . i u 1 ' i i l i i i i - 1-Aiiniiner Wallace. It is ',- I ; , , , I - U P C o u n t y I J a n k o f Kolla. and. tlid . . . T i M r a l ' i ! - a r e " C. F. W i l b e n , \V. N. · r - , - , , - aini c. T, Hiirmi.in, w i t h a c a p i t a l of .* - " H ' . " i . i - i f i L r DVksonj, . who is wanted by t h e · i , : i i - - . - i - i - i i i i n t j ' stn-ntl', is reported t o h a v e '·:. -,·, :i i n t i n - c i t y yt'-^terday. Before !·· ,:vi r n i i i l I n - - i d f i i t i t i ' . - d , ho.wt'ver, hi,1,: , i , - . i | | n - a r c i l . H i f a t h e r w a s l o o k i n g ; -,!- A I ' - i ' - a l i ' i n l - . b u t i l i d not d i s c o v e r C. Robinson is dowa from Sims. M. X. Davis/of Cincinnati, Is in the city. C. II. Gaskill came up froin Kargo oil No yesterday. «· · W. II. Clarke, wf ; SterlinK, took dinner at the Western. W. T. Perkins was in Maudan between trains jesterday. . Oliver 1'eterson came down from I'aiuted Woods yesterday. Mayor Bentley is expected home from Grand Forks to day. C. F. Woodhead, ot Fort Uice, was at the Western yesterday. to I l l l ' M: I; Fort appeared as c i t y I M-:'- d i r e c t o r y . '1'fiiS p r e s e n t mayor ami 0 a c l i i u i mi t h i s ofh'ci' 1 I n i l i l nver u n t i l his -^-pjioiMteil and con-. il TI s i - ; of i n f o r m a l dance*... |iat.-d Ui at lire A t h e n e u m last U l a r m e e t i n g s of ^ anionB.,u,s yesterday. Coioiiel Little returned from h i s visit the Twin cities yesternay.j' -Mrs. J. M. Bartholomew returned from Minneapolis on No. 1 yesterday. Fred E. 'Bailey of Sterling was rustling amoiiK our merchants last evening. Hon. P. II. Kourke of Lisbon, member of compiling board, arrived on No. 1 yesterday. Major H a m i l t o n , the genial law compiler, arrived from ' Grand Forks yesterday. W. F. Coctrrane and son were jy Hfrom Steeje-yesterday e n j o y i n g the siglits of the c a p i t a l c i t y . U. II. Stanley, f o r m e r l y editor, 4.)f the Kidder County R e p u b l i c a n , jwas \yj from bteele yesterday. Iloii. K. M. Pollock came in yesterday m o r n i n g from (,'asselton to attenil the compilation board sessio'n. Colonel W h i t f o r d r e t u r n e d yesterday from a business t r i p to Fargo, Grand Fork.-, anc^ other Red f i v e r v a l l e y cities. Colonel' John Bidlake," member of the governor's staff and senator from Cavalier county, came in frouv the east yesterday. Frank Brigjjs. the genial treasurer of Morton c o u n t y , was in the. city yesterday on his way home from the Masonic meeting in Fargo, John L. Sullivan, of Boston, is registered at the Western.' As John L. is not p a r t i c - ularly fond of reporters, the T H I W X K di1 not learn whether it is the great "1 am" or not. __ C i t y Counri-t Meeting. 'The city c o u n c i l met pursuant to ad- j o u r n m e n t , to take action towards m a k i n g Bismarck it wool market. .Wderman l l i n e s was elected as mayor pro tern of the meeting. , A l d e r m e n all present except Dietrich.,.. f h e special committee reported t h a t a suitable b u i l d i n g for storing wool could' .be had for 81^ per n i o i i t h ^ i h a t cost of man to take*charge would be, at the most, §40 pi;r m o n t h : that necessary p r i n t i n g w o u l d not exceed .?3: that clerk n o t i f y c o m m i s s i o n e r of agriculture and labor of said action. Accepted. '·iftsiilri'il. Thai the, report "of the special c o m m i t t e e upon e s t a o l i s h f n g a wool market i n Bismarck be accepted and adopted, and that, in p u r s u a n c e thereof, the city attorney be directed to secure leasC of t h e b u i l d i n g and t h a t the city clerk immediately n o t i f y the commissioner of agricul- t u r e and labor, as required by law. ·'Kc.vc/hVfj, That said building be°pi;t in charge of a proper person at a cost not exceeding S40 per m o n t h , c o m m e n c i n g J u n e 15, 1H91, and emling not l a t e r t h a n A u g u s t 'A\. IH'.U: t h a t storage between' these dates be f u r n i s h e d free. of charge; provided, h o w ever, that all wool stored s h a l l be e n t i r e l y subject to the risk if the owners, and t tie c i t y assumes no l i a b i l i t i e s w h a t e v e r on acc o u n t of such storage or r e c e i v i n g or s h i p p i n g such 1 wool.- . The r e s o l u t i o n was adopted. resolution. w.n.s.,adopled li*ine ( ' I P reg- Hit' t h P c o u n c i l liiTcat'tcr on · M:-L'. T i n 1 n u i n b t - r uri'st-nl was not re'-, ;, i - i t l i i - i n nu way M-i-tncd to mar the ··a-,.;.- i.i t h e i n v a s i o n , I'rof. Fet/.er's !.i--tr:i i n r n i - l i i ' i l music a n d a thc e n t e r .-/.tit-i,; i - i o - i ' d a t t h e i i i i d n i g L i t h o u r . A f i i - r l;ih.inn« two days wSth his c\- ;TK i i \ mi; io rai-v the.snioke.itaek at the ·".:iinr. , l a i n e - U n i t came t u t h e c o n i - l u :. I!I;LI ^ n i i i ' i i n i . - v o u l i l KI t h'uitrtf d i i r e i .; a i r , i i i C ' - i n i - n l - w e r e not madti. U n c l e · !i . l i ' W i 1 ; ! . \ v l i n i- a very I'oiapcti'nt r i v e r u-t;-.i!i. \ v a - ra!h-d upon anil in a few t n i n - :·- t.'ie - t a c k vta.*- safely mountea. T i n - niniiU-rs of the board to compile the «-. I , f i d a m e e i i i i K at the capital yester- » iirnrcit'ected a penrranent 6ru;ani/.ation · Ih.' election' or Major ,1 (i. H a m i l t o n n* l A i n i a n ami .1. K. I'hilbriclr. secretary. . i H . I Mi-f-u-.-ioti was.had as to their lalxirs ·l t . . , - u n r k \viu-, mapped .out for the ' · ' " i i - \Vi-s:h;uiMT annoiiHces t h a t h e ;' l ;;i":.!Uffih^,biUJard...lwU at Wise A: r.u»,;inil - old stand t h i s mornniR. Excel- iij table., w i l l be provided for thi'is'e who 'i: to roll the ivories; a choice line of to- '|'"".i!nl ciu'ar-, w i l l he h a n d l e d , and for ·J'Tane-- a l l Hie p o p u l a r soft d r i n k s -.:.!iik' I-I.-I-, A restaurant will be run "i n nnMd l i n e of e d i b l e s kept in stock. Maiiaui-i F a l f i i r i e r i- in receipt of a letter "in ,i S . ' i i t l e m a n i n Nebraska stating he Omaha papers that Bismarck "'·"I w i t h a base ball tearu and " Hi IM iiii- u in- was in need of p l a y e r s . He-is - - u u a w a r e of the fact that Bis;is a leatrjii- of her own. Monday's " · ' , d ^ e i i i o i i s t r a t e some, tine p l a y i n g ·· I ' i d b - a i n l give t h e c i t i z e n s some. ' · : ' · n i a t c r i a l at t h e i r command. ' I b ' i t : ' T i d e is trood t l i i s spring. -i In-' sali- t o - d a y : keeps f o u r of us · | p " ' t i m e . I r is a pleasure to do i\! = "ii you e n j o y agood trade. By . l h a v i - t u o i w -t, ,,f a |, al _ ( , ar . h n n " ^ i.nad .(.-(iminj t h i s year. F r a n k '"·'·· t lie road -is c o m i n g and he has V "' my het.s. F r a n k i h a s got. 7 l : u t h in Hismarck's f u t u r e as - ' " a - i i M L ' of a residence at t h e capi- " i ! i i O i i k o t a . "-·- i . f i n c o r p o r a t i o n \-ere yestejfciay \ ^ i - i - i e t a r y of .Mate F l i t t i e l(f the ! l M i l l i n g c o m i i a n y , sitnaM-d a t · " K s . 1 he lij-'-t hoard of diftctors "i i a t e Treasurer.. Booker, W. J. ^. i T i - f i i c i a t i u r n e y . o f p^mbina ",·'· ! ; - ( ' i n ) o n i , s.-cretarv of the - J :'ii-t c o m p a n y , and W. J. S. ; i - i n i i i n a . The o b j e c t s nf t h e or- i : i - In e l e c t and operate a llour- 1 1 ; ',' ' - l e v i i t i i r a t G r a n d F o r k s . ,Tho ' ..... f. I- -."iD.OIHI. l ' 1 , i l ! a . x t e m p e r a n c e meeting i n · - ' ' · ; "". I M - h u r c n next week, t h e r e ! i ; ' ' ^ i o n box. A t i y i i n e w i s h i n g s 1 " 1 ' "" ' h e p r o h i b i t o r y law. or ''·· i ' 1 - U t i n g to temperance, - w i l l i f s t i o n s in the box. and t h e y ·'"·-··ven-d by Mrs. H u e l l . or Miss '"'~ U | " be a very interesting and : i , - ; i t u r e of t| u . meetings. W h i l e l; "'' "iivrs are for all. t h e .wonipn ' ( l · urged to ]lan their work be- ''· -" as to e n a b l e tbem to be. pres- "' '-xerceses for Arbor Day in ' i n De the dedication a, the high ''"£ f a Knifeed.States standard" ··n-teet | nnc , an( j rostiiTff in the ' "f a l i k e number ofdollars. "'^ «! MrPherson Post, f . A. R. it,.,! a t w p n r y - f o n r foot pole for · · "at froai and on the above day w i l l he swun-g to the Dreeze ' r o p r i a t p ceremonies, several j prominence! are engaged for Every one 'is invited to at- -ist in .the festiveties, the Iirt and t h i r d Tiu-sday of each i n o t i t h . On motion, a d j o u r n e d . W h a t It'll I,ik«. Yesterday i-as 'he hot sun c a m e . d w w n in torrents upon the j u s t and u n j u - t t , three heattHl'aud t h i r s t y p i l g r i m s were observed pnUirinK :i laaioimde'pftrliw. O;iv' ,-f t i n . aforesail p i l u r i m s asked his comrades to 'take s o m e t h i n g cooling" to quench their thirst. A direful t^camiimtion was made. of the as.sortment set before them, but they. seemed u n a b l e to mike a choice of the soft beverages at their command. . The ever : couiteous clerk presented bottle after bot He of his stock, but his customers' eyes wandered aimlessly up and d o w n the counter as if in search of something dear to them, yet beyond reach. The clerk repeated for the t h i r d t i m e , "What w i l l it be, gentlemen ?" A- shy glance, a w i n k , a large coin wasjdasned upon the cou-nterand|a rattle of silver was heard, yet the conscious proprietor could iut. or would not, understand. It was no use. T-bre.e'pIasses of birch beer- were set before the comrades. A loojt of-- mingled contempt and despair was/fisible on tnree countenances. Something was wrong. T h i n g s were not as .they used to be. ; The same ST.III was s h i n - ing in the heavens, the sanie birds sa.ng in the trees outside, the itowers bloomed ami nature smiled, yet the three dusty partners failed to note the b e a u t i f u l scene. At last one of the two who hitd remained in the rear stepped forward w i t h a s m i l e aird ruldessed the proprietor: "Pardner. we are tired and -heated t'r- in long t r a v e l . What tf e wyjjit is a drop of tea or colTee to iiaienc.h our thirst and h e l p us. to appreciate the h e a l t h y ozone of your prosperous y o u n g state.'' The face of all brightened," and'rt .,temed at last. that an u n d e r s t a n d i n g h a d . been reached. "He e j i U e m e n . and 1 w i l l l i g h t the tire and inapt' you a.-: line a cup of coffee as ever y*i have tast-ed." The comrades ex- chaugAl glances. A h a n d k e r c h i e f w i p e d awaythi; lone tear creeping d o \ v n t h e s u n burnt cheek. "Lost! Lost"' echoed in liAK lo wtfd tones, to be caught by the breeze and cai-rtf-d'to the m u l t i t u d e of its ' b r e t h r e n . The coffee was forgotten. The birch beer s p a r k l i n g in the g^ses betore t h e m was raised to t h e i r lips, but it · was no .use. Past recollections would' Hit b e f o r e t h e m . Tilt? glas^s w-ere lowered, the b i l l \ v n - ]ilid, but the goods were never c o n s u m e d . The comrades' j o u r n e y on together. But a »,hadow is cast over th-ir recollection ol joys anticipated in the capital c i t y on the Big Muddy. -^ Mrs. ·A Kiilo. t lirie hhe. t r a \ t - W h e n Mrs. M i l l i o n goe.- f o r t h in state, Her horses f u l l of tire and pride, U p r a n c - ing from the gate; But all the beauties of t h e - d a y .-he v i e w s with l a n g u i d «ye. Her Mesh in weakness wastes a w a y , her voice is but.a sieh. For Mrs. Million is in an advanced state of catarrh, and=all the l u x u r i e s that, w e a l t h can buy fail to give her comfort. She en vies her rosy waiting-maid. And ^vould-give all her riches for that young woman's p u r e breath and blooming health'. Now. if sorn true, and disinterested friend would advis Mrs. Million~rf"the f wonderful merits of Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy, she would learn that her case is not past help. $500 reward is offered by the manufacturers for a case rf catarrh in the head w h i c h they cannot cure. "Is there no balm in ftilp.ad. is there, no physician there?" That cry may henoe- V T1U1IUNK: SATURDAY, APKIT, 25 1091 · Highest of all in F.eav«nin{r Power. V, S. Gov't RepoiL, Aug. 17, iJ Baking forth pease, fur all who w i l l can be healed by o b t a i n i n g the Sjenct' of Life." See advertisement. Loe cream to-day at 'Mrs. IJaiuiermau's. Sunday Services.j BAPTIST ','iifKcii. Key. Geo. Kline, pus- tor. I'reaching at 11 u. in. and 7;45 p. in. M o r n i n g topic: ' · T r a n s i e n t Repentance," E v e n i n g t o p i c : "Ketleatioii and Ueqene!- ation." Sunday school at 8 p. nu Y o u n i : people's meeting at 7:15 p. in. All are cor^ d i a l l y invited. MK'iiiom.sT ErisrorAi. C i i f u c i i . The ,pastor, Uev. S. K. K y t i n , w i l l preach at 11 a. m. on 'The Ever V i s i b l e Christ," and at K p. in. w i l l d e l i v e r "A. Plain Discourse Concernini: (lames of Chance." Sabbath school at 12:15 p. m.. and E p w o r t h League services at 7 i. in. You are i n v i t e d to each of these services. Services at St. (i forge's c h u r c h , S u n d a y , the 26th i n s t , 11 a. in. E v e n i n g . M u m l a r . (io to Mrs. U i i n n e n n a n ' s for ice c r e a m . A h l i i e C i i r r i n g t o n . Tickets to the grand opera next T l i u r r day eve.niiiL' have sohl r a p i d l y , w h i c h is a go-)d i n d i c a t i o n of the h i g h a p p r e c i a t i o n in w h i c h i n u - i e lovers of H i s n m r o k a n d M a n - dan h o l d t h i s f a m o u s s i n u c r . She is the most r e n o w n e d pnniii d o n n a i n K n g l i h grand opera, has been a p p l a u d e d foi her b r i l l i a n t work in m a n y c o u n t r i e s and m u s i c a l centers of the w o r l d . j. 1!. T a y l o r has arrived ami has a Clevel a n d Hay and C l y d e s t a l l i o n s ready for service at his place, s o u t h side ot" t r a c k , n e a r m i l l . Terms and p a r t i c u l a r s w i l l Ije p u l i l i - h e d later. How ost! How 1 J Great Medical Work for Young and Middle-Aged Men. Nev Edition. _*·'"- Struccllne up Life's ftuRSed Hill With youth, vigor, ambition and an In 1 domitable will to help us, is no such grievous matter, but tottering dc/wn again, afflieted by the aliments which beset ohl' age-- our b»cki bent with lumbafio, onr elastic muscles and Joints stifl and painful. Is a woeful piece of businesi. For tho inurmities^vhich tLe-de- cllne'of lifeffob often brings. Hostetter'-s Stomach Bitters is a beneficent source of relief, a rnltigatiiiR solace always to bo dejieniied upon. No regulating tonic evolved liy bntani.; medical discovery Is »6 well calculated, so thoroughly able, but without undue 8imu!ativ« effect, to help the ag?"oT5l)e delicate and th'8" convalescent to resuscitate the vitality of a frame which .time and plryilcal declirje have impaired as this. Kidney and bladder weakness and disorder, costiveness, malarial complaints, dyspepsia and rbeumati«m fare among tbo bodily afflictions which this sterling re- cuper»nt and regulator overcomes. Ladies take A n g o s t u r a Bitters ijenerally w h e n the}' feel l n w s p i r i t e d . , I t b r i g h t e n s t f l i - i n up. " J)r. Sie(rert'S: Soiw. sole^ma'nu - facturer.s. A l l p n l i o n , Fire n c p : i r t n i e n t . I n c o m p l i a n c e w i t h the provisions "f The" c i t y o r d i n a n c e s , t h f Bismarck F i r e Iiepa'rt- n i e n t w i l l meet at the c i t y h a l l a-t -S o'cI«Hr p. nu on M o n d a y , May 4 t h , IHliLr-lTir tin- purpose ot e l e c t i i i K one.cliief.'ttifd -,'Mie ass i s t a n t engineer, to serve d u r i n g t l i e WJMI- i n K year. A. V A N I l u i i x , Ariinc C h i e f Kn(!ini'er( B i s m a r c k , X. !"., A p r i l 22, 1WK OK SALE--Eiiitit mares at Northwest (imin A Fnel Co's. office- 'JU) acres of, cropland I for rent, C. W. O KOAMZEH-t and SKCKETAKLES wanted by the United Order of Fraternal Co-operation. (S100.UO in !i months.) This society.paid overSO. 000.00 on matured certificates up to April 10th.- Liber- 1 compensation. Address M. M o I N T Y K E , Supreme Manaser, No.lO* Arch St., Pltila. S CHOO'j- ^istriet eierk'a_rernrrf«--fjonrf 5-orr ._ order to the Bismarck TRIBUNE for the npw Hooks to comply with the fast school law. Bmiool tpertsnry records on hand, clerks' records j£W warrant books. Order from the TRIBUNE BISMARCKTuSlNhSS CAR-PS Attorneys at La»-. . y . _, JkBAHWEb, " -' ATTORNEYS AND CQU-NSELLOBS AT LAW. - - --' Onion Block. Vp J. EDGEHLY. t VJL . Ali'OUNB.i- AT LAW. Room No. 1, Central biock. M u»ic. T)ALMEli'S CITY HA§D AND OKC'HK8TIW. I UlSMAROK, N. D. Doubles in bras* amt string. Mnsic Tarnished fur all occasions. I'.ices reasonable. Address H. H. Palmer, Bismarck, N. D. KNOW IHYSELK Or SEtF-PKESKRVATION. A new and onlr GoldMeflolJPlUZE KSSAY on NEKVOUS 8 n PHYSICAL UKBILliy, TKKBOBS - o f YOUTH, KXHAUSTEB VITALITY, PRE- MATUMlE DECLINE. »nd nil II8EASE8 and W K A K N K B S K S o f T W A N . 300 pages, cloth, § Llt; 185 Invaluable prescriptions. Only $1.00 y mall, double nnnied. Descriptive _ Prospect- _ e n t s · .|i | I S E N D ntary I 1(1 | I mnu/ ured. I il » W U W i us With e n d o r s e m e n t s of the Press aud volunta testimonials of the cure-- - - - ·Consultation in person or by mail. Expert treatment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY, find CEK- TAIN-'CURE. Address Dr. W.^B^-farker, or The Peabody Medical Institute, No. 4 Bul- flnch St,Bo8ton,Mass. or Post Oftce Box V895. ______ . The Peabody Medical Institute' has miuiy **(OTB but no eq.ua!.--Herald. (Copyrighted.) PROPOSALS FOH lM)IAN'-tfUl'PLIKH A N D TlUNSPOKTiTION. D E l ' A H r M E N T O F T H K I N T t K l O U , erliee of Indian Affairs, Washington, April (i, IM'JI. -SesU'd proposal's, indorsed "proposals for heef, (biiis for btx'f must he submitted iu separate envelopes), bacon, ttonr, clothing, or transportation, etc ," las OIB case inny-be. J , aud 'lireeied to the Commissioner of Indian Attains, No?,. il.~i anil tJ7 WoosU'r street, l^ev IfWir." 1 '»i H be r-'i-eivod until 1 p. m. (ifTuesday.JMay \ 1^)1, for f u f n i d i - inir for the Indian service.about · VHKI.UOO pounds bacon. 31 .(KHi.OOt) poauils-iioof on tlio hi,of, l.iiiKi,- 000 pound* not beef. 3i0,(.00 pounds IvaUs, Kl.UUO pounds baking pow.ler, -2,WH,UOO pounds corn, VtO.i'OO j onridrt coffee, lO.iXM'.'XKj ponuds tlunr, Uti.OW) pounds feed, '.lO.W'O pouudn hiird lircud, -Ki.WX) ponhds limniny, ;i(l.(XW pouudn lanl. fino barrels moss pork. J.'i.uOO pounds oatmeal. KJO.tKW pounds oats, in),JUO pounds ncp,'£i,(X)0 pounds ten, 117,(XX) pounds coarse salt, JiiO.WK) jiounds tints suit, 300,000 (KHiiids soap, 1,100,000 pounds susar, 4-12.CX.iU pounds wheat. Also, blailkols, woolon and ciiiton goods, (consisting in part of t i c k i n K . 17,00t) yards; standard calico. 100,»U jiinlH; drilling, ^J,W»1 yards; dnck, freo from nil sizing, IH.OOO yards? ileninih, 'J0,000 jurds; Rint,'hHrn,.:wo,MK) yards; Kentucky JKHQS U,(JW» ynrds, clfi'vioUp.i.'Oy ^-ftrdi; brown slicct- -»n^t; '^o,0(Hj yards; l*fc*8crh3*rshvtiriK. 4. r ,f**K) yards; hickory s h i r t i n n , 1,'j.lXH) ^-ards; (Calico hh rttng, \ounyanls; winsey-.-1 000 yards); clotliinu, ar cories, notions, hardware, mwlioal snpplipi . school book*, otr.. and a loi c list of mis'celliin- f»ons articles, sni-h as harupHH, plows, rakes, forks, ptr., and for altont ."uT) wagons NMiniroj for tlii? service, to bo delivered at . IHCHKO, Kan- SHS l ijy and Sioux C i t y . ..A IKO for sucli waKoris as may bt n quireil, Mdaptid..to th( c.limato of ttie - Pacific roast, w i t h California hrakws, d -hvrrcd lit Sun Krtmcisru. .Also, transportation for sncli of the articles, coods and snpplieg that may not be contracts: for U" bi 1 iT*lK'Hred at tt-o rt^pncicH. K I D S HE ON r ' V K U N M E N T MADE I'IDT BLANKS. Srh»dnjpjjjiti'itt?:r}£ tin; khRls and ^ n a n l i t i i - H - i i f _n4;^irin'n J c ; e7.upplies rpiaired for each atfi'ucy and school, and th« k i n d s and q u a n t i t i e s in Kross, of all other Roods iiDif-artu-les, t o g e t h e r w i t h blank proposals, c o n d i t i o n s to l« obMerveii by bidders, t i m e and place of d i ' l i v c r y , t e r m s of dontriic't-and payment, tninsportation rontes mid all o t h r necessary lostniclions w i l l he f u r n i n h e d npon ajiplication t o the I n d i a n otlioe in VVa$h- inKto", w Nos. (j."i and H7 Woostor street. New ' Y o r k ; the.conimissaripe .ofe subsihtence, U- ^*. A.. .-t Cheyenne. Chicago, Lenvenworth, Omaha. 8«int Lonis, Saint Paul and Han Francisco; t h e postmasters at tlioiix City, Iowa, Y a n k t o n , Sonth D a k o t a ; Arkansas Ciry, C a l d w o l l , l'oi,-eka and W i c h i t a , Knimafi, arid Tncs in, Arizona. Th/i r J n ^ f j r , ^ n r v f . ^ |,y f j l t (;nvi.rtirtnttEit Iw r. -- ject any aud all bids, or any part of an h i t ) , and thps« proposals art), invited u n i l e r proviso t h a t appropriation s h a l l be made for the s u p p l i e t . b j i . Bids w i l l be'openod at t h « h o u r and day al)«vp etaU'd, and bidders aro itivit4^1 to !P present at the opening. « CKRTtFIEI) CHKCKH. All bids mnst be arcompatrin'l by certified cherkn or Hnifts n'pon »omo Uni"i) Ht.vop di-pos itory or".thp First National bank of San Francisco, Cal., for at least n've per cent, of the, a m o u n t of t-he proposal. T. J. M U H I J A N , 4271 h--l."»(H). Commissioner. Y I t l S M A R : K . N . I ) . DEALKl! IN Groceries and Provisions Y BAKEWrS- - -' . r^ATE L. ·· v at lebido H and ('. Seventh betwwn A T I I K N K U M . Tuesday Xiglvt, April 28. risby the f'ure DrUK.s and fnmery, Ktc. The I'opnlar Klit1nn of Stnn K danl Novels. A cfuniilete l i n e nf School Hook". Stationery and I'l-nodicalc. So.OO Kxtiaordmarv T i e K e n o w n t - d IVirrin D..IIIIH. I n F n f f l i s h ri'l Oppra. snpport«d by an lerit company, in the 'Rose of Castile " i p H !««t tjVlt-pts gl.2T and $l.f¥V *i/l on sftlp Thnrsday moi air K at 9 o'cloo-k. at I. DeGraff's shoo ntnrp. 'V 1 -- ' I.jiist or stolen from a Street's? stfirk c;,i[r, mi t i n 1 n i g h t of the 1'ith inst. between Maiiil.'iu ;ind Medina. N".' \., ;i nwc Collins Nu'. I'-iS stock Hjnld).-.' The d l x i v f rewanl w i l l he puid f u r r e t n n i - i f - s a d d l e or infi'irmation lending tn its r e t u r n . I f B H i l d l e is retiirnei}. reward p;i.ll le [iniJ (ind rn? q u e s t i o n s asked. Address, , It. F I M . K I : , South I f e ; i r f . N. I). ( ) r t i n s iia])»-r. I ! i ( i P H r t \ L H KOK M I L 1 T A K Y S I 1'1'IJK.-). i ( I r h c e n f ( Fiief l^nart^'rmaster. Department of I ) i k M t a . H- I'anl, M i n n . . :March :'A KM. S I - A l . K D I'l'.Ol'OSAI.S w i l l be received HI i h i - dtfii-e, or hi l h « follnvinu nAmerl'piirt*. and ut Hflf-iia. i^Lont.. u n t i l 1'^ o'clock m , on A p r i l ;t", I - ' ^ l . a m l opened -imnieili»tj.l} after i. presence i f bidders, for f n i n i s h i n K and del.very of such WOOD. COAL, H A Y , S I ' t f A W , COKN. f)AT«. H R A N anrl CIIAKCOAL. dnrm« the fiscal ,i»r efdnmehcinc; Jnly 1. IHOl, as may TV* r- ijnired at D n l n t h Ht. l?anl and Fort rtnVlrinc. M i n n . : Mnd- jnon and Mdwaolcoo., Wis.: Forts Ahmhnrfi l.in- _coln. Boford, Hembinaand Yate^. North Dakota, "nfiv-ikings and Forts Bennett Miwle and ^-nlly, Honth. nakolA: Hel'ena and Fort* Aspinnihoine. Cnster. Keoprh. Miwonla, hhAw and C*rop Poplar River, Mont., and ('amp Sheridan, Wyo. Pi-efer- encp will be (jiFeii to articles of home prodgption Ar mftnufflrtnre, conditions of q n n l i t y «ndpritv (inclnrlinc in the price of fOTeiK" productions or rnannfactnre, the dnt.y thereon) neirrjf' eonal- .B^ank form* of proposal*! an'r] fnll instrnrtidns U "bidfiers \*ill be frji^iiffhed on appliratio i to this offir«. or tf the Qnartei uisst/rfi nt the varions posts named.--JOHN V. FUKKY. Qna'terouift- ter. n. 8 A-fuiy. Chief Qnarte.ujanter. I |0i;i, Dealers i n Hardware A N I ) I^ARIVI '.RY 'ti' and repairing promptly attended to. H E K E I 6 S I A Y , A N n i i O N 1 1 Y O U FOKQ4E i l l ! J'O c no/rm.cn i. -FOli ! rcsh and Salt Meats and Groceries, He,, No Better Place Cau be Found. The Old S"d Main Street W l S l f K N IS THE BUST Jt.M HOUSE I N THE CITY. *-. HOOMY CONVENIENT -s- O1-PO81TK 8 H K U 1 D A N HOUHE, M A I N STllEET. l r«ti8 hy the work. " E. 8..HEABD8LEV, OF THE U N I T K D GTATKQ. HENRY B, HYDE, Prest. · · JAS, W. ALEXANDER, Vice Prest. B.efore" assuring your life, or investing your money, examine our Twenty- Year Tontine Policies. Policies iTiaturing in 1891 realize cash returns to the Owners, of aoiounts Varying from 120 to 176 per cent, of the iooney paid in, besides the advantage of the Assurance during the whole period of twenty years'. The.foUowing is one of "iany actual cases maturing t^'s year: Kndowment Policy No. 64,925, issued in, 1871, at age 27. A m o u n t , $5,~000. Premium, $239.90. Total premiums paid, $4,798. Results at 'Rnd Tontine Period in 1891: Cash Su* render--Value, $8,449.45, toqual to $17-6.10 for each $100 paiil in premiums, Wch is equivalefint to a return of all p r e m i u m s paid, with interest at 7'1-4 per cent, per a n n u m . Or, in lieu of cfliRh, a Paid-up T.jfe Policy for $19,470. (^qual to $405.80 for each $1OO paid in premiums.) or a Life A n n u i t y of $638.55. One fact is w o i t h a thousand theories. There is no assurance extent in any company which coin pares with this. The Kqu^tabje is th.e strongest company in the world and transactsthe largest busmeak- ·»-=._.. -- -- - EUGENF H. WINSMIP, Mgr. North n a koti Agency, Fargo. PURh WINFS AIWI1'HJl!OP,8 y \ ' i ' W J ic. 31 H:: l A T .±ij. ' V.' , . ; ) 1 . i . 1 . . . · 1 - I . P ' l l . , i l , - " i l . i l l · ! - · - , .! ' l i 4 l ' [ ' . ' - - ^ ' ) ! ' · ! · · '.'..· ^'ii.i r-.u' · l l i J ] | « ' ; - | i n - . [ i l n l l t y ' r i i l i ! . i l i ^ u l u t c | n t i t . s i d ·" · 11 I ' . i - ' l * AtT- -hq.^ I \.\ j, I. A. RljnPjGHrHt CO., Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 13 West Third Street, ST. RAUL, MINN. -6". M. : d- CO: r r u I) Fire \- f and :: Tornado Insurance. Largest Line of Companies if] /he Nortlnuesi. Give Us a Call. Hard and Soft Coal Dry Cord Wood Stove Wood Oat-, Ground l ; ced, Bran and Shorts. · . lisraarekCoal'WCo.L; ON \ vv 1 R t) I MENDENHAT.T., the FlorNt of the Northwest, can fniiiish yon with the CHOICEST of Flowers for* WerMinffs, Pftrtiea. Fdnerals, _. , . and all other purposes. I 11 J Ijftrge aflsort.meril. of fine I 10 H I V °«i1dine and hnnso plants. I I ft 11 J%\ Choice flower »Aed». "Send for -· for fnnernls promptly filled. MENDENHALL GREENHOUSES, ScWS^fs^rthst.^Mlmeainlig.MftiL Rctaihpncc, /O cts. I Send'money by postal order if possible. i ; - T H E T R I B U X K , Bismarck, N. D. Doctor Bro««n Soqnn.d irrlptloni'oti the Caow , a.aa lEa«y Cure of Sp-r- . . . r , abd lo»nca)NerV*n» Dft btlltj. I r . . cnntrf-d bySeW-ebntw. EmfB- Blons, Ei mr« or Exrt-«*f. et-. Add.*-* Dn. J. H. THOMPXO*. Oai-fleld rino. t.O. Box SiB, andn'ti, O. Ifa PI · m ipf '· r, v»'; f EWSPAPERl

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