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The Cameron Damage Suit Dccidcd by the Supreme Court of This State. The supreme court lias decided the Camerun case in favor of the Great Northern. This case has been one of the hardest fought fill its ever tried in the state. The suit was be^im by Mrs. Esther Cameron, widow of Conductor Cameron of the (ireat Northern, who sued the company for as compensation for the death of her husband, which death she alleged was duo to the negligence of the company in running a coach from which a step was missing. Jlr. Cameron was killed near Arvilla by a fall from the train of which he had charge. The lirst trial was lie lure Judge Tem plcton in IS'JO, and tho plaintiir was represented by J. II. Bosard, who was assisted by C. .J. Fislt. Col. Dodge and llurke Corbet represented the company. The defense set up by the company was that of contributory negligence 011 the part of the deceased, who, it was claimed, knew of the defective condition of the coach steps. The jury awarded a ver dict of about 81"),(UK). A motion for a new trial was granted by.Tiiilgc Templeton shortly before he retired from the bench. The case came to trial again early in Judge Fisk's term, and lie, being disqualified, called in Judge (ilaspell, who directed a verdict for the defendant after plaintiffs testi mony was in. An appeal to the supreme court resulted in a reversal of this de cision, ami another trial before Judge Lauder last summer resulted in another directed verdict, and another appeal in which the lower court is this time sus tained. OASTOH.IA. Bears tho /0TllB Kind Vou Have Always Bought Signature of Prosperity in North Dakota. A Washington telegram says—"I have traveled from San Francisco across the continent, and am free to say that never in years have 1 seen business conditions and trade so active as at the present time," said Senator Ilansbrough of North Dakota yesterday. The senator and his wife arrived here for the winter and are located at their home on Florida avenue. The senator said that business in North Dakota and the northwest is in a most nourishing condition. Money is abundant, and there is an air of general prosperity. "The sentiment in favor of expansion is growing in the northwest," said the senator. "People are coming to realize that the policy of expansion is not anew policy for this government. It is a pol icy a century old. We have been ex panding territorially since 1803—in fact, prior to that time we had extended our boundaries. The attempts of the oppo nents of the administration to confuse expansion with what they term imperial ism is not bearing any fruit. The report of the Philippine commission is most en couraging and presents the case in a way to insure the early settlement of the difficulties in the Philippines." Clogged Bowels interfere with the action of every organ of the body. Constipation brings head aches. belching, nervousness, insomnia, biliousness, dyspepsia and liver and kid ney troubles. Hosteller's Stomach Bit ters cures these and is tho best friend the human stomach has, and if yours is weak, don't fail to give it a trial. It will cure you. See that a Private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. r, Hostetter's Don't be _. Deceived— btomach Get Hostetter's BittefS. The New Town of Wilton. A caravan of teams loaded with goods and supplies for Wilton, the new town on the Washburn road, left Bismarck yesterday and more follow today. To predict a thriving village at this point is no idle dream. A line elevator is being rushed to completion, a good hotel building has been built, a lumber yard and several mercantile firms are going Uncle Sam's Monogram Whiskey 5TAND5 GUARD against attacks up on health. It is used in leading hospitals ands recom mend ed by doc tons every where/ as a worthy stimulant. 56!d by GEO. BehZ & SONS, ST. PAUL AND MINNE APOLIS. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all other results of imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWitt a Co.. Chicago. E. S. lieardsley. in and now comes the intelligence of a live newspaper—The Wilton News—to be established at once. General Washburn has ordered work "rushed" on the elevator so that the farmers in that section could market their wheat this fall, and The Wilton News will start on its career nest month —so that tho advantages of the country around Wilton and along the Bismarck and Washburn line may be properly and fully given to the world this winter. The Xews will start at once with a good cir culation locally and it is expected to is sue large special editions to send outside tho county and state. THAT THROBBING HEADACHE Would quickly leave you if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for sick and nervous head aches. They make pure blood aud strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money cured. Sold by P. G. druggist iioiv Are Your Kidneys Dr. Hobbs'Spttramis Pills cure all kidney ills. Sam ple free. Add. Sterling liemeUy Co., Chicago or N.Y. It is reported that Master Mechanic Risteen of the N. P. has been offered a position on the Rio Grande system and. that he now has the proposition under consideration. Don't Tobacco S|)it anil Smoke Your Mite Axtaj, To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netic. full of lite, nerve and vigor, tulte No-To Bac, the wonder-worlter, that malccs weak men strong. All druggists, COc or tl. Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Itemedy Co Chicago or New York. —mi®—«—DO»— ADVERTISED LIST. List of letters remaining unclaimed at the Bismarck postoffice for the week ending November -1,1899. Misses—Anr.a Anderson, Lizzie Ras per, Mary Smith Mrs. Daniel, and Mrs. Addie Beaton. Messrs—Adburge, Charley Anderson, W. L. Barber, Harris Christenson, E. M. Fuller, Alfred Gibbs, Ed Lindberg, E. W. Kunze, R. V. Keller, M. K. McGuire, P. A. Peterson, S. Past, W. C. Stoddard, 2 J. P. Walter, O. G. Wagner, Wm. Wylie, 2 W. T. Williams. In calling for above please say ad vertised and give date of this list. Letters will be held two weeks before being sent to dead letter office. AGATHA O. PATTERSON, P. M. 6 BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY, NOV. 10. 1899. back if not Remington, Petit Jury. Tho following are the petit jurors drawn for the coming term of court: George Day, William Eoss, James A. Welch, Peter Peterson, Samuel D. Nor ton, Fred Sebot, Joseph Dietrich, John Shannon, August Anderson, William McHugh, William Morris, C. H. Henzler, Fred Glitschka, H. W. Riehholt, John White, P. F. Wilcox. Anderson Healey, Elliott Barnes, Ole Boystrom, A. D. liohrer, August Trygg, Hiram Joy, Walter Briscoe, James A. Campbell, Chas. O'Connor, Oscar Sundquist, Geo. E. Chadwick Jr., Frank Grambs, Frank Campana, Michel Hess, Axel Hedstrom, Michel Wolf, Aaron Mason, M. H. Weeks, J. II. Hollister. Dr. H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala., says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid medicine. I prescribe it, and luv confidence in it grows with contin ued use." It digests what you eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and indigestion E. S. Beardsley. Flax a Good Crop. Pioneer Press: H. E. Still, division freight agent of the Northern Pacific, has just completed a tour of the line in Minnesota and North Dakota, over which he has jurisdiction. He says the wheat crop along the line of the North ern Pacific will aggregate nearly as much as last year in yield. The flax crop, Mr. Still estimates, will be the largest ever harvested. Minnesota, he says, has yielded the largest wheat re turns this year, but North Dakota makes up in flax. The Northern Pacific now has orders for 2,500 to 3,500 cars daily, more than they can supply, and the only opportunity for relief that is now afforded is when rain prevails and the farmers are kept from bringing their grain to market. During these periods the road can handle all the business that is presented. Farmers are pro gressing rapidly with their fall plowing, and while the frequent rains have inter fered with threshing, they have placed the ground in good condition for next spring's crop. It is rather early now to say positively that the wheat acreage will be largely increased next year. This will depend on the price of flax at seed ing time next spring. Flax this year has been a money making crop. HINES CAPTURED. Warden Boucher Returns From James town With the Missing Convict From the Pen. Warden Boucher returned from James town on the noon train Sunday with Patrick Hines, the inmate of the pen who escaped a few days ago from the prison grounds. Hines self-taken leave of absence was short. It appears that ho returned to the city on the night of the day he escaped and then struck out to foot it eastward. He reached Dawson and there boarded the passenger train by the truck route. He was seen by the brnkeman and told to get on the hind end, the brakeman seeing that ho was an escaped con. When Hines took the Tear end of the train aud it had got into motion, the conductor, brakeman and several other trainmen took Hines in tow and handed him over to the author ities at Jamestown, whence he was brought back to the pen. iATI'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tiiey uvoreomo Weakness, irregu luritv ami omission*,iuci'tfusu vi^o* cunt brinish "imiu* of memUmn tioii." Tlicymo"litre Saverw" to girls at womanhood, nilhi.*,r le* vclopment of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals $• thnn. Cannot do harm—life comes it pleasure. I$1 per 1ox by imitl. Mold by liOTT CHEMICAL OO..C«elu»l,«. Dr. Williams' Indian J'lle Ointment will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It, absorbs the tumors, allays tlic ilchiutr at oncu, acts :it a poultice, (lives instant re lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment is pi epaml for Piles and Itch ing of llio private pails. Every box is warranted. By tlniKRists, by mail on re ceipt of price. 50 cents and $1.00. WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.. Props.. Cleveland, Chi a For sale by E. S. Beardsley. Stock Raising in Cuba. W. J. Campin, timekeeper for the government's stone quarry at Vento, fifteen miles from Havana wrote recent ly to a cousin in May ville. of Cuba as a stock raising country. He says: "What few cattle I have seen around here are about the same size as northern cattle and all look fat and sleek. All kinds of meat sell for an enormous price and all o£ it comes from the states. It seems as if every animal on the island was killed for food during the war. Goats soil for S25, pigs, two weeks old, So, and little ponies, 8125. I think a man could make a fortune in the sheep business or raising cattle either. Goats would also do well here. I am told one can lease some of these large plantations of three or four thousand acres for a few hun dred dollars a year. Most of them are enclosed with stono fences and have large houses on them. The original own ers are too poor to stock them hence they are left to grow up in weeds and brush. For my part I do not see why a man cannot double his money in two years time. Native labor is very cheap, only being worth about 75 cents a day, the laborer furnishing his own board." CASTOR 8 A For Infants and. Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Christian Olson and Mike McDonald became involved in a scrap over some wheat near Bathgate. Olson was badly beaten, and it was thought for a time he would die. McDonald is under bonds. ROBBED THE GRAVE. A stratling incident, of which ^fr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him as follows: "I was In a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain contin ually in back and sides, no appetite-* gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying Electric Bitters, and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a de cided improvement I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another vic tim." No one should fall to try them. Only 50 cts., guarnteed, at P. O. Rem ington's drug store. Sheriff Collins of Grand Forks has re ceived word from Sheriff Ackman of White county, 111., that the latter had found the greater part of the §956 stolen from John Wright of Larimore on Octo ber 19. J. D. Bridge, Editor "Democrat," Lan caster, N. H., says, "One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy for croup I ever used." Immediately relieves and cures coughs, colds, croup, asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. It prevents consumption. E. S. Beardsley. The suit against Dr. Rindlaub of Fargo by the parents of a child claimed to have been injured by his treatment resulted in favor of the doctor. HOW IS YOUR WIFE? Has she lost her beauty? If so, Constipation, Indigestion, Sick Head ache are the principal causes. Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these ills for half a century. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. Money refunded if re sults are not satisfactory. E. S. Beardsley. Fatal Boiler Explosion. The Havana Herald gives the follow ing details of a boiler explosion in Sar gent county: Last Friday morning the worst acci dent of the season happened. Peter An derson's engine had not been working right for some time and had been stop ped for inspection, when it suddenly ftlew up, instantly killing three men and so badly injuring another that he died inside of two hours, and slightly wound ing the fifth. George B. Gullickson, upon whose place they were threshing, had just walked up to tho engine to see what the matter was, when the explosion occurred. He was thrown several rods, struck by flying pieces of iron and all cut to pieces. He never know what happened. Charles Ahlstrom, the en gineer, was thrown ten rods from the engine and picked up unconscious. He regained consciousness shortly, but only lived about two hours after tho accident. Bill Randall, of Langford, and Harry P. Allen, of Andover, both colored, were struck by flying pieces of iron and in stantly killed, being bruised and cut so as to be almost unrecognizable. Carl Olson was struck on tho knee by the front door of the engine and as a result will be laid up for some time. Drs. Jones and Miller wero immediately sent for but arrived too late to render any as sistance, Ahlstrom, the only man badly wounded, dying before they arrived. The explosion came with a dull roar that could be heard for miles. It threw the front door of tho engine over the sepa rator and stacks to a distance of over half a mile out on the prairie, tho cylin der was blown forty rods in another di rection and the fly wheel was thrown a long ways in still another direction, while pieces of the boiler and flues were thrown in every conceivable direction and can be picked up over three quarters of a mile from the scene of the explosion. No charge of dynamite could have worked greater havoc and one can only marvel at the powef that could tear heavy boiler iron as if it were tissue paper and that could throw massive lumps of iron like blocks of wood. At the time of tho explosion, the engine had been stopped for a few moments and tho engineer had just started to pnmp water into the boiler. The supposition is that it was dry and tho intense heat caused the explosion as soon as water struck the iron. 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. Hector McPlierson, aged 12, will prob ably die from the effects of a gunshot wound while hunting near Willow City. He was out with Arthur Carpenter, aged 16, and the two were returning to the buggy, McPhorson first. He had just reached the buggy when his companion's gun was discharged and McPherson was struck in the back. A physician was summoned and extracted twenty-five pellets from the boy's back. LaGrippe, with its after effects, annu ally destroys thousands of people. It may be quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure, the only remedy that pro duces immediate' results in coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia and throat and lung troubles. It will prevent con sumption. E. S. Beardsley. Grand Forks Plaindealer: Eugene Fretz today received a letter from his brother Paul, who left this city some months ago to attend the Annapolis naval academy. The letter contained considerable good news, inasmuch as it stated that Paul stood highest in mathematics, which meant that he was at the kead of his class. This is a place envied by all of the cadets and has never before been won by a western boy, the eastern states, in all previous cases, having secured the honor. Paul's monthly average, out of a possible 400, was 378. There is at least one real Angostura Bitters—Dr. Siegert's—and no other stomach bitters "just as good." Avoid substitutes. 1 a Especially for Ladies Are those splendid compartment cars on the Burlington Limited from St. Paul and Minneapolis to Chicago. All the comforts of home including an electric heater for your curling-iron. When you send for a railroad ticket, insist on hav ing it over the Burlington. At Home at the Hydrant. E. E. Kelley in Carrington Independ' ent: The city of Manila is equipped with very good water works and fire de partment. The fire plugs along the street are designated by the sign "Boco Incendio, Numero—" meaning fire plug number—. After the boys ijad taken possession of Manila and been assigned to quarters many of them who did not understand Spanish were at sea to know their street address. But not so with Captain "Billy" C— of the signal corps. Billy spotted a fire plug with the sign "Boco Incendio Numero 6" in front of his quarters, and promptly advised his friends in the 4i Eureka Harness Oil is the best preservative of new leather and the best renovator of old JCuther. It oils, softens, black ens and protects. Uso Eureka Harness Oil on your best harness, your old har ness, and your carriage top, and they will not only look tetter but wear longer. Sold eveirwhcre in cans—all sizea from half plnta "o five gallons, llade by STANDARD OIL CO. QjjQQQQQ mi: Vegetable Prcparationfor As similating theToodandReguta ting the Stomachs and Dowels of Imams hildkks Promotes "Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC. Ktope of Old DrSAMCELPTTCHER Fton/Hm Stti' jBxJamo* JtoduUtSJu jfnutStt/l Jhmemunt CarionattSoJa film Seed--*• vfJam. A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrtfoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish uess and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW -YORK. EXACT C0PVOF WRAPPEB. bWHIMW-. ,VI:BB CASTQRIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought I have concluded to quit all business but that of Expert Wolf Hunting. My "Corbin's Advice of the Wolf Hunter's Guide," for Si, will tell how to locate, catch, and kill wolves wherever found. I have caught and killed over 4,000 wolves in my For Over Thirty Years CASTQRIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. career as a wolf hunter. Stockmen and hunters should send for my circular and correspond with me. It will pay. BEN GORBIN, Gull River Lumber Co Lumber and Building Material— Wholesale and Bismarok, IfcTorth. Dakota,. stntes that a letter addressed to that place would find him. A short time after this the post office authorities were making a diligent search for Capt. Billy and "fire plug No. 6." 1 Itrestn with you whotber you continue th« nerve-killing tobacco babit. N O-TO-llAl" removes the desire for tobacco, witA outnervou»dlBtre«B. expelanlco-, tine, purines tho blood, re-^m •tores lost manhood, makes vou strong |T l| inhealth.norre^iM^killL^ „u. ^oid, casescured HP^^OTO-BAC from oop*. own druggist, who 11 •^•"Twlll vouch for as. Take It with M9T*patiently, persistently. On* IgW^box, 81, usually cures 3 boxes,«£.M, Guaranteed to cure, or we refund money. SteHIa fttmedj Co. Chicago, Bmitrul, Itw Tork, Jamestown Capital: Letters from Manila state that James Hamilton, formerly private in Co. but who re ceived bis discharge in Manila and re enlisted in the 36th U. S. Vol. Inf. de serted soon afterward and after being out two weeks was captured. He re ceived his bounty of 8460 but it (vas gone in a short time and then he went back into tho army. It is a very serious case for him with a strong probability, the soldiers say, of his, being shot. When here he worked for Ren Wells in his butcher shop. GLENCOE. N. D. Direct Legislation Contest. The social reform union is very anxious that its members should get the full benefit of their studies, which can be done only by expressing the ideas gained. We therefore offer 85 for the best essay of about 500 words on Direct Legislation. M. S. must be in my hands before Jan. 1st. We will not limit this opportunity to Union members, any one interested may write. All needed infor mation on this topic can be obtained from our various publications which come weekly at 81 a year. Catherine V. King, Inkster, N. D. A GREAT OFFER. Bismarck Tribune readers know what the American Agriculturist Is— the best farm paper published. The Orange Judd Farmer is the western edition of this famous magazine. By special arrangement the Bismarck Weekly Tribune one year, the Orange Judd Farmer one year and the fam Year Book, retail price 75 cents-all three for $1.35.