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.vf.T'v J'.i-iffiC.i 3 GOLD DUST HAKES CLEANING "Many hands make light work," and so does Gold Dost you arenotin" work, you will be both pleased and/ astonished to see how I much you can do with .one pair of willing hands by using to Fargo people will set off two days as holidays when the soldier boys come home, give 'em a banquet, shoot off $1,000 worth of fireworks and otherwise celebrate. In Emmons county at the N. P. land sale there was some lively bidding on the part of citizens, one quarter being bid up to $1,800, but the company bid higher and got the land. A Carrington correspondent says the report of a suspected enforcement league spotter getting slugged with a club is a mistake. The stranger— whoever he was—got full—insulted another man, and got a good licking— that was all. As an illustration of how the James valley is being settled it is stated that over 400 binders and headers were sold from Harvey on the Soo this year to new settlers. One Arm delivered 100 machines at one time to farmers who came in for the purpose. The raw prairie is fast disappearing in the central part of the state. Grand Forks Herald: Now that the talk of locating tlie Mandan car shops at Bismarck has come to naught the Mandan Pioneer remarks: "It always seemed to be a strange coinci dence that the shops should catch fire and burn when there was nobody at work there," with an air that implies that if the garment fits Bismarck she can wear it. Tliey are having warm times in •Rugby—according to this from a Rug by correspondent of the Grand Forks Herald: "Ever since the secretary of the enforcement league visited Rugby a couple of weeks ago there has been considerable trouble. It is under stood that the secretary instructed the people how to proceed. The state's attorney co-operated willingly, and the result was the arrest of Mr. Paul, who is bound over to the district court. Another porker disappeared and avoided arrest. The sheriff seems not to take kindly to this change of affairs, and when Mayor Lockwood, who pushed the prosecution, came down, town yesterday, Sheriff Reynolds in vited him into a place run by an 'Assyrian, and in an insulting way asked what he (Lockwood) wanted to drink. The sheriff got bolder and bolder in his remarks and attempted to strike the mayor. But this gentle man cleverly dodged and landed a bard right-hander on the sheriff's eye. The mayor had the sheriff arrested the sheriff very nicely paid his .fine and turned around and had the mayor arrested. Mayor Lockwood waived examination, and was released on his .own recognizance. The mayor has not been known as a prohibitionist, but when he took office he warned £&* ."'k ,1 emp'°y" 'many «, *U__ Washing Powder With it you can do your cleaning easter, quicker, cheaper and better, than with soap or any other cleanser. Try it and be convinced. For greatest economy buy our large package. STATE USTE^WS Four arrests were made at Oassel tou under the anti-hobo law—forbid ding men to steal rides on trains. Martin Saxvig committed suicide at Hillsboro by hanging himself with a rope to a coat-liook in his room. Eugene Porter, a burly colored man, entered the room of a domestic at Gasselton and sought to assault her. He was arrested and jailed. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY CHICAGO ST. LOUIS NEW YORK BOSTON the offenders to keep away from his burgh." Mayor Black of Valley City has ar rived in Manila. W. F. Gushing has taken a position with Col. Lounsberry's Ttecord. Polish Catholics in Walsh county will ercct a 825,000 church at Warsaw. The Fargo Call publishes a good picture of Congressman Spalding. The Minbt Optic repcrts over 1,200 settlers in that vicinity in the past six months. Threshing will begin in a few days on the farms in the central and eastern part of the state. The city of Larlmore .has author ized the construction of a $0,000 elec tric light plant. Wahpeton girls havo organized a mili tary company to protect Company I when it gets home. The residents along the line of the Jamestown Northern will' be given a daily mail service after Ssptembqr 1. Grand Forks, Grafton and Devils Lake have joined the badge procession, to raise funds for the returning soldiers. Jamestown will have a log rolling con test during the two days reception to Company H, and is negotiating for the Fort Totten Indian band. Erick Gunderson of Ransom county bought a young horse, and the animal cost him three broken ribs and a broken shoulder before he got it home. County officials took charge of a num ber of kegs of beer in the Soo depot at Courtenay preliminary to prosecution of the agent for violating the prohibition law and some tramps came along after the beer was stored in the jail building, tapped them and drank the beer—and the evidence is minus. William Pinkham, one of the promi nent farmers of Wells county, was ar rested charged with attempting to shoot Walter Lee, a neighbor. Tho trouble originated over tho ownership of some hay. Lee had narrow escape, tho charge of heavy shot passing through his clothing and killing a horse standing some distance away. A 13-year-old son of Ellef Nyhus, of Traill county, was badly mangled by a binder. It seems the little fellow had got in front of the reels and had failed to throw the machine out of gear. The horses started and he was caught by the knives and one foot was completely cut off, and the other leg was badly mangled, all the musclc of the calf of the leg being severed. J. W. Craig of Jefferson City, Mo., is in Jamestown investigating the death of his son Howard H. Craig who was killed on the Northern Pacific tracks east of that city about a month ago. Mr. Craig betjeves that his son may have made some arrangements with a freight con ductor to ride and in walking back to the caboose after the train had left the city fell between the car9. Father Lemireux of St. Mary's Catho lic church at Fargo was riding his bicycle on North Broadway and was overtaken by a farmer's team, which were driven at a furious rate. The reverend gentleman was thrown from his wheel and leceived many scratches and bruises and his wheel was smashed A Thrasher Feeder that has every advantage of efficiency, convenience and economy over all-other feeders is the Nichols-Shepard Self-feeder. It feeds either bound or loose grain evenly and steadily, without waste or litter, and completely regulates itself to the speed of the separator. The feeding apron stops and starts automatically and the feeder can be stopped while the separator is in full motion. It is held rigidly in place when attached to the separator frame and its adjustable supports keep it always per fectly level. This Self-feeder is designed for the OLS-SHEPARD •PARATOR Large illustrated catalogue that tells all about the 1 Nichols Shepard Sepa rator and its im proved attach ments, and the Nichols & Shepard Cfnpaay, Battle Creek. Mick. Braneh HOUM -V'' AW Nichols-. Shepard STRAW BUIIIII ENGINE at r«t». North Oakota, «ffih tea stock ol Machines im extras. mailed free. BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY. AUG. 25, 1899. to pieces. The farmer kept right on going without as much asinquiring if his victim was much hurt. Suit has been brought by Johanna Tatley of Hawley, Minn., against Dr. Itindlaub of Fargo for $23,000 for alleged unskillful treatment of the eyes of her little daughter. A heavy frost visited Bathgate, Pembina county and vicinity, Sunday night. In the low places and along the rivers ice formed, and the damage to crops will be considerable, but on the high land it will be light. The damage to the crop by hail, frost and wet weather together with short acre age, will reduce the wheat crop fully 25 per cent from what it should be. The people of Fargo have started a movement similar to that adopted in Minneapolis for the securing of funds for the return of the soldiers and have had badges printed "I say Com pany rides free—what say ye" for sale to the citizens of the city at a dollar each. It is proposed to have i,,w.clty ,and couuty appropriate $1,000 each and thee itizens $1,000 more. The same move is on foot at Grafton for the raising of funds to bring home Company C. Wm. C. Clopton, a wealthy Now York lawyer and said to bo a near neighbor in that city to Elihu Root, was recently granted a divorce at Mandan from Jose phine, his wife. She is said to bo a tall, imperious blonde with a record of two continents. She lived with an 80-year old millionaire in Paris for awhile until hedeserted her. She lived with the old fellow in this county twelve years while his wife was abroad. According to the story of Clopton tho wife was pretty swift and ho was unable to stand her pacing. The recruiting service in the north west is now well in hand and Capt. Andrus believes that with the present force at his disposal he will be able to secure an unlimited number of men. Already the northwest lias furnished far more than its quota, but it stands ready to continue the work as long as necessity shall demand. Of the nine states that are sending their volun teer soldiers to the Thirty-fourth in fantry, Minnesota stands at the head with a record of 235, and North Da kota comes in a close second. O Bears the Signature nf /I .The Kind You Have Always Bought Copies of the Bismarck Tribune prior to August S, 1893 wanted—especially issues back of 1885. Mail them to Tri bune, Bismarck. -as- North Dakota Blue Book. No merchant, professional man, or politician can afford to be without it. The most useful statistical North Da kota Blue Book issued. See advertise ment and price (75c) in another column. The Fargo Forum publishes the let ter of Mrs. Falconer and Mrs. Dunn to the Red Cross society there—enclos ing $00.50 from the city toward the fund for paying the North Dakota nurse—Miss Penney. Mrs. Goarey, the president of the society says: "The Bismarck people have exceeded the amount requested and what adds greatly to their merit have been ex ceedingly prompt. Their action is gratefully appreciated by the society." TENNYSWPCSGARS P. C. REMINGTON, Agent. Jamestown Capital: George Severn lost one of his horse)-: Saturday night. It was tied to the guy post for the electric light at tho corner near A. G. Teilner's residence and when a flash of lightning came the current followed the wilts down the pole to the horse, which prob ably at the instant had its tongue in con tact with the wire. It was iustantlv killed. What people say about Hood's Sarsa parilla is that it cures when all other remedies fail. Therefore you should take Hoot's Sarsaparilla in preference to (ill others. ORDINANCE FOR SOO. City Council Passes a Right-c.f-Way Ordinance— Messrs. Allen and Pat terson go to Frisco. At a special meeting of city coun cil Friday afternoon, the ordinance passed by the council granting to the Soo road the right to use Front street to enter the cdty, with a right of way to the city, was ordered to be sent by the city attorney to the officials of the Soo road to see if it is in the form they desire. Copies of the ordinance were forwarded that afternoon. The Soo road desires to use front street to enter the city, with depot grounds in the vicinity of Fourth or Fifth streets and turntables and shops two blocks in the neighborhood of Tenth street. The council also passed the follow ing resolution which was introduced by Alderman Bogue: Whereas, the soldiers from North Dakota, who have been serving In the Philippine Islands, are now on their way home, and wdll arrive in the city of San Francisco on or about the twenty-fifth day of August and "Whereas, Company A is among the troops returning and Whereas, the city of Bismarck feels a just pride in the heroism of her .soldiers who have so gallantly assisted in fighting her country's battles, and deeming it but a just recognition that the city of Bismarck be officially rep resented in welcoming them back to their native land therefore be it Resolved, that Mayor Edward G. Patterson and City Attorney Edward S." Allen be, and they are hereby ap pointed as official representatives of the city of Bismarck, and requested to proceed at once to the city of San Francisco and assist Chairman H. C. Hansbrough and other members of the committee appointed for that pur pose in receiving the North Dakota volunteers when they shall land at that place. MEDALS OF HONOR. A Number of the North Dakota Boys Will Get Them for Conspicuous Bravery. Julius Schendel, the correspondent of the Wahpeton Globe at Manila, writes: "A recommendation for a medal of honor lias been sent in for J. F. Des mond and others for "most distin guished bravery in action." The let ter is signed by Captain Birklieinier of the Sixth U. S. artillery, who was an eye witness to the act. The cap tain states that it was the most heroic achievement that he ever heard or read of. The following is a short ac count of the skirmish: On May 13, 1899, eleven scouts under Chief Scout Young, now deceased, advanced upon San Miguel. They had a battalion of infantry as a support. The scouts located the Filipinos in trenches and in such a position that they could not be flanked. They estimated tlie num ber at 300 but later found that there were 000. Without waiting for their support these brave eleven under their indomitable leader, Young, charged them across an open field. 'The insur gents wavered and finally fled precipi tately with the scouts at their heels. The insurrecto cavalry suffered se verely from the lire which the men poured into them from the belfry and church steeple of the town. In this action two men were wounded and the leader died of liis wounds. It might be stated that several officers commanding regiments in that region wanted reinforcements before they would attack the place, San Ildefonso, which twenty-five of these scouts cap tured without a casualty. One of eleven lias died of wounds since and each of the remaining ten is recom mended for the medal of honor. Five of these are from the North Dakota regiment and the remainder belong to the Fourth U. S. cavalry and Second Oregon. "Quite a number of the scouts will get a certificate of merit recommended by Gen. Lawton for "conspicuous biiavery in the face of tlie enemy.* This was at the Talwn river bridge where they saved the bridge from burning under lire from the insurgents. It is reported that General Lawton will give each scout a Manila medal as a personal appreciation o£ the brave work done by the scouts. Gen. Lawton is a firm friend of this body of men and on various occasions showed his pleasure at the services they did him. And the boys deserve every bit of reward that they will receive. By their coolness and. I may say, audacity combined with absolute fearlessness they saved mnnv a life in that expedition. CELEBRATED Some cumo from a weak stomach. Stron Ui'ivos and a vigorous stomach follow tho ubo of Hos- 1 tor's Stomach Bitters. It euros (lyapopsia, liver a 1 1 ii (i ro 1 cs. Sou that a Privato Uovonuo Stamp covoi'.s tile neck of the bcittJc. STOMACH FOR THE RED CROSS. A few days ago Mrs. Wm. Falconer received word from Fargo that the funds of the Red Cross society would not be sufficient to meet the expenses incident to the Manila campaign and tlie services of Miss Pinney, who, like a guardian angel, nursed and admin istered to the wants of such of the brave boys of North Dakota's regi ment who found their way into the hospitals. The appeal for $50 was promptly met and a draft for $60 was forwarded this afternoon. But few citizens were seen and the sum was easily raised—only two refusing to contribute. Educate Your Dowels Wit Cimcaretfl. C:intly Cathartic, cure constipation forovor. 10c, l5b. If C. C. C. fal 1, druggists refund money. BUY AT HOME. It isn't good policy to send away from town for anything you can get at home. It IS especially poor judgment to send away for anything that you can get at home, just as good and for less money. Phelps offers to purchase for you any make of piano or musical instru ment and save you from $25 to $50 over the prices you have to pay when you buy from an out of town agent. He orders direct from the manufac turers and the customer does not have to pay the profits and commissions of two or three middlemen. Why not try an at home order when The Re«u1t of Using wa: PETERS NewVfctor a Shells _-.Loaded With the Famous KingiSmokeless ISocur*^ FQWdCr "The Quickest on Earth!" THB PETERS CARTRIDGE CO, MAIN ST CINCINNATI,OL I*—— •^"""nwniw people punijrh theitj fee t__ otherj" wear the^ comfortable wear. KCLL.OCG, JOHNSON & CO, ST.PAUL, MINN A** t. you want a piano. Don't let some smooth agent talk you into paying more for a piano than you have to pay for it from an at home dealer. Just at present Mr. Plielps is offer ing a $300 Gibson piano for $175. This is a first-class piano, fine tone and ac tion, and reference is made by permis sion to W. F. Cochrane, John Yegen and Miss Lulu Kupitz, all of whom have the Gibson pianos. But remember the offer—to buy for j'ou any make of piano you want and deliver it to you at a lower figure than you have to pay from outsiders who claim to furnish them cheaper than tlie local dealer. Itreste with you whether Ton continue tht nerve-killing tobacco habit. NO-TO-BAG^-a removes the deiire for tobacco, out nervous distress, expe" tine, purifies the blood, •tores lost manhood,. make* yon strong inhealth.nc— andpocket- O-TO-HAC from own druggist, who "your own (or as. Take maranteec Martlet •satdyi WEAK NERVES it wit* will vouch for as. WU1, patiently, persistently. One box. Si. usually cures 3 boxes, aranteed to core, or we refund money. "—CUufi, •••mel, fsrC NEW STYLE OF HOUSE THEFT. Jamestown Capital: Those Fargo papers can dig up more general cuss eduess than any other similar sheets we are aware of. Sentiment in Cas selton over the alleged rape of a do mestic by a negro has entirely changed and some of those who are said to have desired to hang tlie coon, now are reported to be almost willing to horsewhip the girl for according to the stories the criminal intimacy was with the entire willingness of the girl. A charge of horsetheft has been lodged against the coon, it not being probable the girl will appear against him as a witness. If the Baby is Cutting Teeth Be sure to use that old and V.T-11 tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth in:,' Syrup for children teething. It sm thes the child, softens !ho gums, nHays all pain cures wind cclic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea 25 cents a bottle. DESERVING OLD SOLDIER. Sergeant James Flannigan of Man dan. a veteran of twenty years ser vice in the army, goes east from that place to enter a government hospital for treatment, either at Milwaukee, or Leavenworth, Kan. Flannigan lias an army record that any man might be proud of. He enlisted in 1S03, was wounded badly in the course of the war but served to its close and after he was mustered out enlisted in the Second cavalry. He fought In dians on the plains for ten years and was afterwards transferred to the Seventh cavalry and was with the command in the battle of tlie Little Big Horn, being with Reno. He was mustered out at Fort Yates in 1883, after twenty years continuous service in the regular army. He was exam ined for a commission and while he passed the examination did not get the commission, and he goes to the hospital broken down, poor and with out means of supporting himself. Beauty 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- Eanislv urities from the body. Begin to-day to pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. According to report—although North Dakota troops left Manila ten days before the Minnessota boys—all of the shipsw ill come home together. The transport Grant was delayed by heavy typhoons and delayed ten days in mak ing the trip to Nagasaki. Kicks On the Hunters. MB. EDITOR: The manner in which my wheat was trodden under foot on Sunday last, by a band of Bismarck hunters, is the cause of the present kick. With ray warning signs displayed in full sight, they ignore all and ruin my grain. It is an outrage upon the farmer when he has been the means of main taining the chickens on his own land, and feeding them his own grain, to have a robber or a band of robbers, come and not only take them under his very nose, but to ruin his wheat in so doing. Of course, they are "jolly boys," and they call Mr. Mossback to bring them a drink of cold milk from the northwest corner of his spring house, and while he is car rying back the pail, they nudge each other and laugh, saying, "We have forty-three chickens under tho buggy seat, of course, but Hayseed don't like chickens, and then, too, wo must take them in to ship and to give to our city bloods." Mr. Editor: The farmers should arm themselves for tfieir own protection against such high-handed outrage. TRUEHANN'S REPORT. Col. Truemanti Makes His Report for June to Adjutant General Miller. Adjutant General Miller has received tho report of Col. Trueman of the North Dakota regiment for tho month of Juna. Tho report was forwarded from Morong, where the regiment was garrisoned at the time the report was sent. The re port for tho month as summarized by the adjutant of tho regiment is as fol lows: June 2—Loft barracks and marched to San Pedro Macati. June 3—Marched to Pasig and joined the Morong expedition and took part in the capture of Cainta and Tay Tay on the evening of the 3d and morning of the 4th. June 4—In tho afternoon the North Dakotas and ono battalion of the 12th U. S. infantry and Scott's battery under command of Lt. Col. W. C. Trueman marched to Angono. June 5—Left Angono and marched to Cardona by way of Pinangonan. June 6—Marched to Morong, where the First North Dakota and three troops of the Fourth U. S. cavalry were left to garrison the town, which duty was per formed to June 30, scouting tho country daily. On June 9, Private John H. Killian, Company H, chief of scouts, was killed while out with a scouting party. Juno 10—Corporal Hanson, Company H, wounded while on outpost. Tho effective strength of tho regiment at the time of tho report is given at 27 officers and 460 enlisted men. Tho following letter from Col. True man accompanies the report: MANILA, July 13. E. S. Miller, Adjutant General: Sin: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of commissions as per your letter of June 1, viz: First Lieut. I. A. Berg to be captain. Second Lieut. Thos. Lonnevek to be first lieutenant. Second Lieut. J. A. Slatterv to be first lieutenant. Q. M. Sergt. W. A. Mickle to be sec ond lieutenant. First Sergt. John Rusater to be second lieutenant. These officers were mustered yesterday and assigned as follows: Captain Berg to command Company G. First Lieut. Slattery to Company G. First Lieut. Lonnevek to Company D. Second Lieut. Mickle to Company D. Second Lieut, liusater to Company I. I have detailed First. Lieut. C. W. Getchell as regimental quartermaster. To Curo Constipation I'orvver, Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 850. It C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. TENNYSON CIGARS SUITS ALL MANKIND. WHAT SIMPSON SAYS. States Attorney Simpson of Dickinson Replies to the Charges Made Against Him. [From Tuesday's Daily.] States Attorney L. A. Simpson of Dickinson is in the city today and was seen by the Tribune regarding the charges preferred against him by W. T. Denniston, who has lived in Medora a little more than a year. Mr. Simpson states that Denniston is the tool of cer tain enemies of his who reside in Dickin son, and that the whole proceeding is one based on malice—that tho principal charge specified in the proceedings has been harped upon by these same persons for four years and made public in Stark county during two political campaigns notwithstanding he has twice been elected to his present office in that coun ty, the affidavits upon which the charge is founded being made, one by a man named O'Neal, who is running a low dive in Wibaux, Montana, since he was compelled to leave Dickinson some years ago another is made by a Bohemian who formerly run a "blind pig" in the western part of the state and is now running a small store in Dickinson in his wife's name the third affidavit being made by a man whom Mr. Simpson re cently sued for wages due his hired man. Mr. Simpson is not disturbed over the charge and stands ready to meet and refute it and asserts that those back of it have no social or financial standing in Dickinson, where they reside. Nearly 5,000 young black bass have been placed in Spdritwood Lake. ATH •'I hn-re been uslnjr CAMABBTIhIm a inlld and cITecilvo laxative they are simply won derful. My daughter and I were bothered with slclc stomach aud our breath was very bad. After taking few doses of Cascarets we have Improved wonderfully. They are urcat help in the family." WlLHELSHNA NAGEL. U3? Klttenhouso St., Cincinnati, Ohio. CANDY Bwctmvp CATHARTIC TRADI HMD Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Da Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe. Uc. 26c, SOc. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Kwihir llfrt CWHT. TM«F, M«.TW«l.B«WIM. A NO-TO-BAC R. Ullum.