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By M. II. JEWELL.
THE DAILY TRIBUNE.
ft Published, every -Afternoon, except Sun­
day, a£ Bismarck, North Dakota, Is. deliv­
ered by carrier to all parts, of the city at
50 cents per months or $0 per year. The
daily seut to auy address In the United
Jfeiw. States and Canada, postage prepaid,
FV.-.--,. per year $3 for six months $1.50 for
three months.
4.C & THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
S&S'K".
iafo^Ep'"Published .every Friday: eight pages,
i,Containing a summary of the news of the
5mj week—local and foreign—particular atten
tlon being Said to state news. Seut to
any
address, postage paid, for. $1.00 for
s§&V one pear 50 cents for slx months 2a cents
for 'three months.
Mvb- The Bismarck Tribune is the oldest
newspaper la the state—established June
«$»•.••• U, 1873. It has a Wde circulation and is
fkm a desirable advertising medium. Being
$*W:published at the capital of the state It
makes a feature of state news, of a seml
4!^ official character, and Is therefore partlcu-
larly Interesting to all who desire to keep
ijtVft' the run of state affairs-r-polltlcal, social
and business.
A full pardon, through a commuta­
tion of sentence in the McKenzie case
has been signed by President McKin
ley and Hon, Alexander McKenzie is
a free max* again./ This will be wel­
come news to the people of North Da­
kota regardless of faction or party, who
have believed that the sentence of the
San Francisco court in this contempt
case was unusual and severe. Mr.
McKenzie was not convicted of any
crime—he had simply violated the
'order of the couirt—not maliciously or
intentionally but under a condition or
combination- of circumstances that
called for more lenient consideration
than given by the court of appeals.
As chapter after chapter of this cause
are written and have gone into history
it resolves itself into one of the mrst
celebrated cases in the history of Am­
erican jurisprudence. 'Nor is the end
yet The court of appeals having ter­
minated Mr. McKenzio's receivership
of the mining properties out of which
all this trouble has arisen, one of the
conditions precedent to the pardon is
the turning over to the court of appeals
of a certain amount of gold dost taken
from the mines in dispute and depos­
ited in the Seattle mint by the re­
ceiver, for judicial determination of
rightful ownership. But as to the
civil features the people of North Da­
kota are not so .much concerned. Mr
McKenziete friends did not believe him
guilty of crime or intentional defiance
4f the court and their confidence has
not been misplaced. All will rejoice
that Mr. McKenzie is again a free man.
The constitution does not follow the
fla& is the decision of the United States
supreme court, according to inside ad
^viees from "Washington. The Chicago
:sltecord-Hjerald correspondent says:
•i^'Thls deteteion—the most Important
that great tribunal ever made—will be
handed down next Monday. The only
.element of doubt as to the appearance
?Aof the judgment on that day lies in the
j/fffact that one or two of the justices
-may not have their opinions finished,
and that out of courtesy to them, It
i^lll be necessary to have a further de
*play..- But all the probabilities ana that
£,:the long-looked for decision in the
famous insular test cases will be ready
^.for announcement on next Monday.
ftfeJThis^was the expectation of the justices
itiiemselves forty-eight hours ago. The
kiftf,decision is in favor of the government,
^but bjr a divided bench. It cannot be
jf^isaid with poBlttveness how many dis
^feenting opinons there will be, but two
|pr three is the number expected by
^jthose who aire beet informed. There
least five individual (pinions/
||igbut some of these are concurring
IjSffe-opinions, expressing the views of the
'^Writers more fully and particularly
4s done in the opinion of ^he ma
^^-^cjority. It is understood the opinion
ffof the majority this case has been
JWritten
Chfef Justice Fulled."
by
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testimony of ansy officers and
Mhers qualified to fudge exf the opera
\tions of the antiicanteen laiw are poior
^^ng into Washington and they are so
rerwhelmingly oippoged to the pres­
ent law the next congress may be asked
fto do away with the system. Under
anti-canteen law drunkenness and
at all army poats has been
more pronoumced, desertions hare in
greased and in every way the operation
"$?£ the law is claimed to be
gto'theaerviee.
^^&ie:anti-«an
The Mandan Pioneer gives
to tfee following troism: "Any effort
for the upbuilding of a town, and the
prjnnotkra of its best interests call for
id united peopled An attempt to secure
*k pablle euterpriee, with a divided
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sentiment* is nearly sure to fail.feWhe
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people may have honest differences
and prosper, but no city or town can
expect to advance or secure that which
is & permanent benefit, with a divided
opinion. Differences in- Views fur­
nishes the opportunity for others to
steal away that which ^rightfully be­
longs to a town, but is lost by reason
of local dissentions and a variety of
views which fail to harmonize until
too late."
At last there are signs that the
southern democrats are tiring of Till­
man and do not longer desire to be*
classed under his standard. Won­
derfully forbearing, those southern
people, but when they are once aroused
obstacles like Tillmanism are easily
swept away.
Notwithstanding the two-column
poem of A. T. Cole—about the TJ. T. G.
—in the Forum—the traveling men
met in the gateway city just the same.
It is possible that the newspapers
and not Jim Hill are throwing those
bouquets at Frank Pettigrev.
The Forum has been presented with
a new pair of sheers—not for Brewer,
but to rest the Major's pencil.
BAM APPLE CREEK.
THAT IS WHAT JOHN YEGEN HAS
DONE, AND THE REASON WHY.
John Yegen has built a dam in
Apple creek where it runs through his
farm north of the Lawrence bridge.
In speaking* of the dam he said:
"When I came here twenty-five years
ago Apple creek from source to mouth
was One succession of beaver dams.
Throughout the country till very late
in the season a goodly supply of water
lay in the various sloughs and lake
beds that are now dry and uncultivat
able. In the spring of the year and
well through the summer season con­
siderable water stood -in the bottom
lands south of the city. Eventually
these beaver dams in the creeks about
the country were cut out, the beaver
killed and the numerous creeks ard
lakes drained. It is my firm convic­
tion that if more dams were put in
creeks and sloughs and the spring
thaws caught and held that the .farmer
would have less cause to deplore the
lack of rain, as moisture will attract
moisture and in a few years the Tain
fall would increase wonderfully."
The dam put in Apple creek by Mr.
Yegen is intended to flood a large
acreage In one place making a lake
a half a mile wide and several miles
long. He "believes that every farmer
who lives along the areek should fol­
low his example and' says that Dr.
Asanas, who has purchased the George
Marshall plaxfe, will build one there.
OF INTEREST TO MUSIC IjOVERS.
Lovers of the semi-popular song,
with flowing melodies and graceful
words, will be delighted with "M
Be," George Rosey and Frank Tanne
hill, jr.'s latest song. These popular
writers are well known as the authors
of "Believe" and
?4Too
Late." May Ir­
win's comical Irish song "The Turkey
and the Turk," has just been published.
It is the funniest of its kind in years,
"Parenthia," is the title of the latest
Jfew York coon song success. It is
the composition of Ernest Hogan and
Theodore Northrup and is a sure suc­
cess.' "In the House of Too Much
Trouble^" the ballad which has just
swept the country in a wave of popu­
larity, is now ready for piano solo. It
also introduces "The Old Postmaster.'*?
A splendid patriotic march song is to
be had in Heelan and Helfs "He's Not
Coming Home With the Boys," while
their latest Dutch comedy song, "Ha
he, Ha-Lo/' is another winner. The
above publications are Issued this
month by Jos. W. Stern ft Co., who are
also agents for the celebrated S. Si
Stewart banjos and the George Bauer
mandolins and guitars. They will be
.pleased.* to send their illustrated1 cata­
logue free/ upon application to their
main offices, 34 E. 21st street, New'
i),
Difficult ff
WANT
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D. C., May' We ex­
aminations in various departments ot
Columbian university have been com-:
pleted and the feteulfcy has announced
the nanu» of the siwoesaful candidates
who have been recommended for de­
grees, The degree of doctor of civil
law* trill be conferred upon. Oraasby
McHa^ng: of North Dakota, Senator
McCunnber's secretary^ and Henry A.
Vieth of Wisconsin.
master of diplomacy
Charles K. Allen of North Dakota
jbeWitt'* Little Early Risewi^trch
the TfemoUmt parts of the bowela and
remove the imparities sw&ifty with
dlscciafort. They, are famous for their
«&Baey'to .take, Sever gripe,
BterdwSijft
Ttwtiit'yi Wp
MeeatsM
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is ««i» ms3!.
8*nith Stinmel of Forgo has been
granted & peseta* ot lffi» month.
Digestion
"s'W
That is dyspepsia.
It makes life miserable.^
Its sufferers eat ntt because they
to—but simply because they
MUST. ..
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They complain of a bad taste in the
mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the
Stomach, a feeling of puffy fullness,
headache, heartburn and what not.
Hodd's Sarsaparilla cured Joseph F. Lalne,
Flanatran, Ky„ who writes: "1 was troubled
with dyspepsia for a number of yean and
took medicine that did me no good. 'l was
advised by friends to trv Hood's Sarsaparilla
which I did and it put my bowels in perfect
conditlon/gave me strength and energy and
made me feel like anew person."
Hood's
Promises to cure and keeps the prom­
ise^ Beware of substitutes. Buy
Hood's and only Hood's. '',
MISSOURI SLOPE 1TEPIS.?
Iint6n will celebrate the Fourth.
Work on the Mandan opera house
has been resumed.
Ed Berry expects to erect a new
brick block in Dickinson., -1
L. N Gary has been appointed offi­
cial abstractor for Morton county,
Some •tf Mandan's business houses
have adapted the early closing sched
ule.
Dickinson will be decorated with
evergreen trees on the occasion of the
tournament
The Eimanons County Record is
eighteen years old but Editor Streeter
hasn't aged so fast.
Pat "MoGinley of Mandan went west
in search of a location but returned—
satisfied with Mandan.
A meeting of the Stockmen's Wolf
Killing club is called by Secretary Tim
menman for Mandan, June lSth and
19th, -.
The Taylor "*j Creamery feomparty
turned out its first batch" of butter a
few days ago and it was aiway above
standard. .-is
The Mandan Pioneer declares that
Joe Devine cannot be beat in prepar­
ing Memorial day manuals—and things
like that •_
Before the recent rains it was so dry
in Emmons county the Linton Advo­
cate feared another season like, 1900
was in store for that section.
Mrs. Rufus Helbling of Mandan died
at the hospital in Bismarck Thursday
after an^illness of several weeks. The
•funeral was held in Mandan Friday.
A couple of Chinamen have opened a
restaurant in Mandan. In Dickinson
Chinamen are almost exclusively em­
ployed in the hotels and restaurents.
Haonill, the Dickinson young man
charged with illegally branding horses,
and a lot of other things, had an ex­
amination before Police Justice Ryan
and was held to the district court in
$i,ooa
Aiocording to the Pioneer, as soon as
the Missouri river falls Mr.' Fred Kelly,
who has charge of the government
work at Rook Haven, will put on a
force of men repairing the dykes at
the river oil the Mandan side.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Mat
tlson of Jamestown and Charles W.
Conroy of Dickinson was solemnized
at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, May
22. at the residence of the bride's par­
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mattison, James­
town.
Bismajck sidewalk contractors are
beautifying Dickinson streets^'? The
Press says: "J. J. Freeman's old plank
walk was torn out on Thipsday to be
replaced with cement tiling by Ole
Johnson. Ole's next job will be in
front of the Villard house property
and extending west by the DeGraJX
building to Frank List's tiling which
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DEGREES FOR NORTHWESTERN
STUDENTS.
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WYe
are
mothers have been giving their
children for croup, coughs and
colds
jm
Consumption
Cure
Mothers—have
ZZ. "eZL know just where you can
win be giiren nnd it if you need it quickly—
jrth Dakota if. your little one is gasping
and chokiilg with «roup? If
you haven it a bottle
I|.will save your child's life.
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BISMABOE DAILY TBIBUNE: SATTTRDAT, MAT 25, 1801
was laid last year and which Will have
to be relaid in order that it may be
on the established ferade. Contractor
Burke" will also have his men working
in the^B^me block, in front of the Ray
property, as soon as lie finishes
block 2.%. -4'
VSfite^e LaBere has been studying
the ^dgtaphy of the state and ilnds
that there are two Maiple rivecre. One
has its source in LaMoure county, flows
through D|pkey and Brown and ulti­
mately-lose* Itself 'in the Missouri..
The other joins the Sheyenne and
The Wahpeton fire boys "wlil '^enS
the tournament at Dickinson in force.
They will charter a special car and will
take two teams and the city band.
number of Wahpetonians will go along
tor the purpose at seeing the real stock
section of the state and they will prob­
ably take a run up to Belfield to see'
something of the Bad Lands.'
EJd Nichols, W. H." Flanigan,"" T*
Muiphy and M. K. Bradford of Man­
dan went to Chicago Saturday after­
noon as witnesses for the Northern
Pacific in a lawsuit which is to come
up there next week for trial in which
damatges are claimed for the killing of
an Italian laborer near there -'. About
year ago several Italians were on a
handcar early one morning on the
main line. A train came along, struck
the car and killed one of the men. Now
liis friends in Chicago are suing the
Company for damages.
DAMAGE TO WHEAT.
STALKS BESING CUT OFF CLOSE TO
THE GROUND BY SOME INSECT.
Jamestown Alert: Farmers in the
city today report the presence of cut
worms or some insect which is at work
in the wheat fields cutting off the stalks
underground and above the roots.
Some attack the kernel and eat that
out, too The insect works
talong
GUN SHOOT* ,7
UNOLE GEORGE WATSON GETS
AWAY WITH THE BADGELfi5^
There was a gun shoot of the so
called clever shots of Bismarck Friday
at 'the dub grounds and the following
scone
shows how completely Uncle
George Watson, 78 years old—after
adjusting a new pair of gltissee—van­
quished the kids who contested. George
now wears the club badge and says he
is able to defend it. The next shoot
occurs next Friday. The score in the
last contest was as follows:
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O'Connor lllt1111100110 1-^11
Henzler 110110101100001—8
Watson 1111111 l'l 0 11111—14
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White.. 10001000000000 0^,2
lioes. of appetite is also loss cii vital­
ity, vigor,' tone. To recover appetite
and the rest take Hood's Sarsaparilia—
makes the blood rich and pure, and
that strengthens ithe stomach, perf&cts
digestion, makes eating a pleasure. It
stttrtiee the nerves.
4u|.JEzten8ir» Stock Raiser Tells How
•Xi to Cure Scoors in Calves.
Win. Abbott, of Tyndall, S. D„ quite
an extensive stock raiser, has for a
number of years used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
for scours in calves, and says he has
never known it to faU.^ Be gives,a
teatrpoonful in water as directed on the
bottle for an adult man, after each op
'eration of the bowels more than na&
ural,
}t
W# SHXLOH
In
the house at all times? Do
Usually one dose is sufficient
For, sale by E. S. peardsley.
The least in quantum arid Jtfpjit in
quality desaribea DeWitt'e Little Early
Risers, the famous pins for constipa­
tion, and liver complaints..
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Mayor .Tohnsoa. got quick action on
his letter t( the adjutant general at
Washington demanding that Fargo be
selected as a recruiting station*^ The
.office will be opened July 1,
Skin affections will readily disappear
by using DeWftt's Witch Ha«el Salve.
Look oat for counterfeits. If you get
DeWitt's you will get good reunite. It
ic the quick and positive cure for piles.
E. 3. Bqard»lejr.
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the
drill- rows' for considerable distances
and dead stalks ita a row may have ber
side them sturdy, healty stalks un­
touched.
Farmers say they are puzzled by the
inject and do not know what to attrib­
ute it to. They have dug up the wheat
roots and examined the soil without
finding the offending insect, worm or
beetle. Whether it is the cut worm
or not is unknown and further devel­
opments in this respect will be awaited
with considerable interest,
v.
The dam­
age done so far in fields exceeds that
done annually by'gophers but what
percentage is hurt could not be stated
with much accuracy...
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—and the terms are also right."'' That is the whole story.
You Can Order Rig by 'Phone
SOUTH or THE RAILROAD, ON FIFTH
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WILTON,
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:We have just received a full line of
Window and Door Screens
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fo»the(»atof child to iov«. Their
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motherhood. Whlie Wrennefs ii cauilng Inca!.
culabife sadMM «nd «orrow, ifr exists In moil
ciues on account ol tome little female trouble*:
which Wine of Cardul would speedily set right
This pure Wine regulates the disordered female
enlng the generative organs, it nsakes pre|
nancy possible where barrenness exists. Yo«
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WINEo»GARDUI
Sdfcrbig women all over the land have been
depending on It for seventy-flve yean. No
more convincing peoof can be given than the
testimony of Mrs. Benson, who Is only «neof
thousands of women to whom Wine of Carditi
cases Of miscarriage—that
been avoided by timely use of the
Cardul and Thedford's Blaek-Draught,
rouble. Iarre»
has brought permanent cure. Many
which robs mothers of their hopes—have
Wine. You are aiked to fay Wrne of Card
Its companion medicine. Nine out of ten cases of female trouble.
mmu Included, yield to them. All druggists sell $l.00 bottles of Wine of Cardul.
:S.i Vaadsrvoort, A*k., Arprtl S, 1900.'
flooding. Iread
of Caraol and it
place. Kow /I
which I.
morning. I amexpeottng to become a mother and Wine of Cardul
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The New Livery Stable !^ishes
When' you' talce out a
Livery Rig you wajit to
know that it is all right.:
in every respect first."
Successors to Fifield Lumber Co.^and-s^^^sw
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PIONEER AGENCY,
4B The most lieaiitiful river scenery in the world
-,~~ scenery
ia lietween St. Paul tad Chicago. Our "Scenic
Express" leaves Minneapolis 7:3Ch St. Paul 8:05
~T" 11:30, Laf
a. m., and reaches Winona .Crosfiie 12:
,, p. m., Dubuque 3:44 and Chicago at
An interesting and comfortable trip. T1
Ask
Your Homo J&gont to Ticket You by the Burlington
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