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STATE NEWS The first order for cars for the re moval of the new wheat crop was re ceived by the Great Northern yester day from the Dalrymple farm—eight cars. Forum: Judge Pollock is out of the city, and the report cannot be con firmed, but it is said "that while he was at the Winnipeg exposition last week, he drove about thirty miles from Win nipeg and invested in 1,000 acres of valuable lands. Papers have been served in the di vorce case of Mrs. Day against George A. Day. The case will be heard in September term. The defendant was formerly a druggist at Fargo, and is now a traveling salesman known in all parts of the state. Mrs. Weigel died at Little Heart from blood poisoning last Friday. The poisoning started from a wound in the foot and two amputations were per formed neither of which seemed to do any good, so far as checking the disease was cornered. Plaindealer: Simon McCanna, Judge C. J. Fislc, Senator Hansbrough, M. F. Murphy and others left yesterday morning for the Cass Lake regions to spend several days rummaging the woods and trolling the peaceful waters for bass, pike or pickerel. Jamestown Alert: William Len ton lost two valuable hogs yesterday while bringing the same to market in a wagon. One cf the hogs departed this life about a mile from town and the other upon his arrival in the city. The intense heat caused the death j£ the hogs, which were worth about Dickinson's new city council held its first meeting Tuesday night and Mayor Manning appointed the following offi cers: Auditor, J. P. Tingle attorney, L. A. Simpson chief of police, J. E. McCoul engineer, J. G. Saunders street commissioner, C. T. Crowl. The appointments were all confirmed by the council. Game Warden Bowers has received information from several sections of the state of wholesale violations of the game law in the matter of shooting prairie chickens before Aug. 20. He has notified the deputy wardens to take steps to arrest the violators and lie will leave this week to see that his orders are carried out. Fargo Forum: A. G. Brown, the well known and popular traveling man, was injured at Batavia, Minn., July 10, ISil'.l. He remained in bed from that date until Oct. 11, when he removed to a reclining chair of special pattern. Yesterday lie was moved back to bed. While his oondition is not any worse, apparently, a loss of appetite necessitated a change. News of his recovery would be welcomed by hosts of friends in the state. Fargo Forum: Judge Poilock made an order today giving the custody of Alice M., Edith M., and Chas. H. Mahn ken, minor children of C. J. Mahnken and wife, to the father. The mother is given a right to visit the children at all reasonable times, to take them to church and Sunday school and to take them to her home for two hours each Saturday afternoon. Neither of the parents will be allowed to remove them from the jurisdiction of the court with out the written consent of the court, Grand Forks Herald: The blind piggers of Walsh county are having a most sorry time of it and the sheriff is busier than a horse's appendage in fly time. Complaints have been filed against nineteen of the offenders and warrants have been issued for their arrest and placed in the hands of the sheriff for service. In the city of Grafton eight arrests had been made up to .last night and numerous arrests in other parts of the county, but just how many i3 not known at the present time. There is a veritable charge against the piggers all oyer vie county and some of them will be made very sick of their job by the time the dust of battle clears away, Secretary Lin delie says, and they see a nice fat fine, Mellov, Tine honored Stlmulanl a jail sentence, or both, staring them in the face. Wahpeton claims it will soon have the best system of sewerage in the state. A telephone line will be built on the Sanborn-McHenry branch of the Northern Pacific. The material has been shipped and the work of building the line will be begun at once. R. Sykes sued some parties in Wells county for trespass by stock on his lands, and the jury brought in a pecu liar verdict, $5 damages for plaintiff and $40 costs and damages for the de fendants. Republicans in the Fargo district are embroiled in a fierce scrap over who shall be the party nominees for sen ator and representatives, and lots of snakes are being dug up. Billy Allen and R. S. Lewis are after the nomina tion for senator. In Justice Pearson's court at James town D. Baldwin was awarded a ver dict against Dick Porter for .$20.30. The original amount of the debt, in curred in 1S84 for poker chips was ijiO.OO. At that time there were twen ty-three saloons in Jamestown and the tiger was much in evidence. A very sad case and perhaps loss of eyesight happened at Mayville. John Tabineau, about 35 years of age, work ing for Jim Innis, a general con tractor of this city, drank wood alco hol to quench his apparent thirst and soon became deathly sick and gradu ally lost his sight. There is but little hope for Tabineau at present writing to regain his sight. Judge Kohlsaat made a ruling in the United States district court declaring that a duty must be paid on goods brought to this country from our new possessions. The ruling was made in the case of Emil J. Pepke, a membeV of the First North Dakota volunteers, who was arrested last May. Fourteen diamonds found in his possession which he had brought from the Philip pines without paying duty were seized. Harvesting has begun in the Red River valley wherever there is any grain to cut. There are quite a few fields east of Wheatland being cut and Eli Green has a section of wheat that will go 20 bushels to the acre, it is said, while the fields along side of it will not give anything. Crops are reported near Churchs Ferry. Grain that is being cut will yield a good quality of berry and go No. 1 hard generally it is said. Fargo Call: It is rumored that Editor Stavnheim of the Fram may de cline to accept the nomination of rail road commissioner on the independent democratic ticket, not because of any disaffection on his part, but as a mat ter of business. It is understood that he does not feel able to devote the time to the canvass which the presence of his name on the ticket would sug gest. In the event of his declining the committee will probably name some other person for the place from this vicinity. Philip Flannigan, brother of Officer Flannigan of Fargo, has been notified by the pension bureau that he has been granted a pension of $24 a month, beginning Sept. 1, IS'.Kt. Mr. Flanni gan is a veteran of the Spanish-Amer ican war, having served in Cuba and the Philippine islands. Part of the time he served with the Third U. S. hospital corps, and part with the Twelfth Minnesota. It was during the Philippine campaign that he sustained a total disability, which has been re membered by the government with a substantial pension. Congressman Spalding used his influence at Wash ington toward securing the pension. Welton McDonald of Dickinson, re cently returned from the Klondike, is out to get machinery and he and his partner will work together on Bonanza the coming winter, leaving Sulphur claims for summer work. Mr. Becket is not likely to take a trip out this year. The Becket family is in Spokane, also Dr. McDonald, who is in quite poor health. Mr. McDonald speaks of the Kriceks, Canavans, Pat Crowley, Geo. Little, Tom McGregor, Frank Smith and J. A. Van Eegen as being in and near Dawson. He says that undoubt edly there are good claims at Cape Nome but that those who go there now will, in his opinion, be too late to get much. Wahpeton Globe: Last week B. F. Schuster caused the arrest of Doug lass Hanson, charging him with the malicious destruction of property, to wit, the killing of a dozen or so of Schuster's turkeys. Hanson says Schuster's stock has been bothering him a great deal, and that he has re peatedly requested Schuster to keep his stock out of his grain. Hanson killed the turkeys thinking perhaps he had a right to so. But he had no such right. If a neighbor's stock bothers one the aggrieved party must take it up and take caire of it, and the owner must pay the damages. The case resulted in Hanson being bound over to court. Later Hanson made a personal threat against Schuster and the latter caused a second arrest to be made, and Hanson was put under bonds to keep the peace. Hanson and Schuster are neighbors, living near Wyndmere, and their quarrels BISMARCK WEEKLY TRIBUNE :*flFRIDAY, AUG. 10 1900. are regarded as unfortunate by more peaceable neighbors. The small pox ep.uemic at Kensal is over. Fargo has organized a McKinley and Roosevelt club. The Grand lodge Knights of Pythias meets at Grand Forks Aug. 14 and 15. Some threshing is being done in Ransom county and wheat is running about five bushels to the acre. A hail storm destroyed considerable grain in eastern Stutsman ^punty. It was accompaniei by a terrfSc wind, that did much damage. The priest at ^.namoose reports des titution among Russian settlers and the charitable societies through the state are taKing up the matter. Postmaster Thompson of Dickinson and Treasurer C. H. Mitchell of Far go are having a newspaper contro versy that threatens to melt the types. A woman named Benson, who has been stopping at the Klondike restau rant at Grand Forks, left suddenly and forgot to take her baby, but a few days old. Records for early threshing are being broken in the Red river valley. Ac Grand Forks some grain has been threshed on the farm of James Cald well. The grain is of excellent qual ity and for the amount of straw the yield is large. Judge Glaspell has been requested to issue a writ of mandamus to com pel the board of commissioners of Eddy county .to establish a voting pre cinct on the Devils Lake reservation which had been petitioned for and re fused by the board. Fargo Call: E. E. Redmon was threshing on his farm near Mapleton yesterday. A little over 210 acres were threshed—one piece of 145 acres yielded oSii bushels, but the grain was about the nicest ever seen in the state and weighs 01 pounds to the bushel. Hon. James A. Weed probably has as great diversity of duties as any cit izen in the entire northwest. In the first place, he is the auditor of Logan county, is operating heavily in hay, raises sheep, cows and horses fann er can take a turn as a physician, and recently or lastly he re-eiected as justice and his customers do say that when he puts on his Prince Albert suit, he marries them both smooth and strong, either in Russian or Eng lish, right or .e uanded. President James J. Hill's project for steamship line from Seattle to the Orient has finally taken definite shape. Articles of incorporation have been filed with the secretary of state at St. Paul. The concern is known as the Great Northern Steamship company. The capital stock is placed at $0,000, 000, divided into $00,11(10 shares of $100 each. As stated in the articles of incorporation the purpose of the company is to be the building and op erating of steamships on the high seas and other navigable waters. There is trouble at Bowdon between Mayor Lathrop 'and Preacher Pettin ger. As the matter stands, Mayor Lathrop insists that Rev. Mr. Pettinger leave town, while the parson insists that he is of more benefit to the com munity than the mayor, and advises the latter to be good. Rev. Mr. Pet tinger is known as the fighting parson. As a stayer it is said he cannot be beat. The parson has begun a crtiasule against liquor selling and prize fight ing, both of which have been carried on to a great extent in Bowdon. The fights have attracted crowds from all the counties round about, and some exciting affairs lmve been milled off. Mayor Lathrop is one of the leaders in the sport, and for this reason he has THE SICK ARE MADE WELL, And the Weak are Restored to Full Vigor and Strength at the Hands of the Great est Healer of Modern Times. Hnvo you any pain or acho or weakness? mrO TOU Does your blood show that it contains im- ei.bf purities? Are you nervous? Do you lack vivii Bnap nn( nc tivlty ol mind and body? Are you easily tlrsd? Have you lost ambition? 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The Hillsboro Banner publishes a list of over 120 farmers who lost from 50 to 040 acres, of grain in the big storm in Traill county. Over ].*o square miles of farming land was l^id waste. Judge Pollock holds that the state law giving clerks of court 1 per cent of all judgments rendered is unconsti tutional. The question arose in the suit of Goode against the N. P. in Cass county. Fargo Forum: Lieutenant Hildretli received a letter today from Iiis brother at »vatertown, N. Y. On Wed nesday evening the residence of their mother at that place was totally de stroyed by fire and the mother and sister of Mr. Hildretli were rescued from the burning building just before the roof fell in. The loss was total and there was insurance. Grand Forks Herald: Word was received yesteruay to the effect that Dr. Quarry was improving rapidly-, and would soon be able to leave for a trip south or west for the benefit of his health. Dr. Quarry has a host of friends who trust that after a brief trip he will be able to return to Grand and again practice his profession and attend to his duties as state superin tendent qf health, duties which he has discharged in a manner to win favor able comment from the medical pro fession throughout the state. James Snodgrass, who shot himself with a shotgun at Wahpeton, was buried at Deer Creek, Minn., Company 1, of which he was a member, attend ing the funeral services at Wahpeton. It is said that there was a strain of in sanity in the family of the deceased. Indeed, rumor has it that uis father died in an asylum for the insane, and his mother urowned herself while in a H- of insanity. This may reveal the true cause of his suicidal act for there was nothing to urive him to such a deed, and no real cause is known. Jamestown Capital: A. Steinbach returned last evening from the west where he has been ior three months in search of health. He says he has found just the right kind of medicine and is very much improved physically. He says North Dakota is the state, beats any of the country he saw and would not advise any to go out west unless they 'have plenty of money to spend. Wages are good for labor just at present but he does not think it will last much longer. Farm lands are out of sight and water is scarce and hard to get at any price. David McCauley, the first permanent settler of the upper Red river valley, died at Wahpeton. In 1.S5S he came west, and in DSOj. was persuaded to ac cept the position of postmaster at Fort Abercrombie. with which was com bined that of post sutler. Pie was in Abercrombie at the time of the Indian outbreak, and serveu as a citizen sol dier in the defense of the fort. After spending some months in St. Paul, waiting for quiet to be restored, he founded the town of McCauleyville. He started a saw mill, filled heavy gov ernment contracts for hay, wood, and lumber, and amassed wealth rapidly, He also met reverses in which he lost heavily. The people of the state will be glad to learn that the Chautauqua was not only a grand success as far as attrac tions offered- is concerned, which is a patent fact all over the state, but that it was a financial success as well. Mayor W. H. Brown says the total re ceipts at the Chautauqua were .$7,000, and that as the expenses this year were but $0,000, there was a neat $l,ooo on the right side of the ledger. Of course the cost of the new buildings erected this year was not included in the ex pense account. The improvements this year cost over $'.i,uoo, but nearly $5,000 of this was raised by popular subscription, so that the finances of the association are in excellent condi tion in every way. PREVENTED A TRAGEDY. Timely information given Mrs. Geo. Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, pre vented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her, and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at P. C. Remington's drug store. DICKINSON NOTES. A special from Dickinson says: Billy Ray is running the St. Charles hotel in way-up satisfactory style to his guests and adding to Its popularity. Land lord Ray 'has a nice line of valuable as sets in the buffaio, elk, deer, mountain sheep and antelope, heads which adorn the office and dining room. George Gould of New York recently offered him $300 for a buffalo head, but it is worth *500, so rare have they become. George Hughes is pushing the elec- i'i Doran & Co. Bankers and Brokers Have removed from their old quarters. 311 Jackson St., mill tiro located on ground floor Germania Life Insurance Bld'g 4th and Minnesota Sts., St. Paul, Minn. The Oldest Firm in This Business in the Northwest Correspondence solicited. Private wires to all leading markets. Gull River Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material— Wholesale and Pg+" Bismarok, USTortli. IDaJ&ota.. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale.... To Make Room for Our Fall Goods All waists from up to ami $3.00 a iv ii'duci'd to 89 Cents. All summer woods—lawns and dimi ties, tlio kind that sold at l-!4c, loc and l*c reduced to Muslin Underwear to Close Out at Cost. Millinery—Everything (Joes at One Half Price. Men's Summer Weijilit Underwent— Men's lightweight bnlbriKiiau.^ shirts at All of our men's nesliw AT COST. •hilts Yards at.... BISMARCK. WILTON, WASHBURN" EDisoirs trie light plant to completion. The wires and lights are in place and all awaits the arrival of engine and gen erator. The plant has a capacity for 2,(100 lights. The Hughes Company also proposes putting in a telephone exchange the outfit being ordered so with electric light, 'phones, brick and tile works, coal mines, wool and stock industry, brass band and first class fire apparatus Dickinson 'is in the front rank of Dakota cities. BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE. Was the result of ms splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at P. C. Remington's drug store. Rev. Henry B. Smith, who has just been ordained to the priesthood of the Good waists at -IS cents and 39 Cents. A Snap in Percale. All of our liuht colored percales a yanl with* tho kiml at mmr* per yard Skirts. Cra^h and denim skirts at Cost. A large assortment of wrappers at SPECIAL l'li ICES. These re duced will continue until every yard is sold. Hut you will do well to come early to Ket the choice of assortment. UCAS & GUAR A OUR MOTTO: Quick Sales and Small Profits. Main Olliee: WE HAVE REMOVED Our local yard one block east to location formerly occu pied by J. P. Hoagland. We have a bigger stock than ever. Call and see us for lumber and building material. Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co., Successors: to BISMARCK, X. D. Fifield Lumber Co., and J. P. Hoagiand. PHONOGRAPH Better than a Piano, Organ, or Music Box, for it sings and talks as well as plays, and don't cost as much. It reproduces the music of any instrument—band or orchestra—tells stories and sings—the old familiar hymns as well as the popular songs—it is always ready. See that Mr. Edison's signature is on every machine. Cata logues of all dealers, or NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO.. 135 Fifth Ave., New York. Episcopal church, is a full-blooded Cherokee Indian. He is ot present rector of St. Paul's Ardmore. I. T., but has accepted a call as assistant at the Milwaukee cathedral. WHAT 15 SHILOH? A grand old remedy for Coughs, Colds and Consumption: used, through the world for half a century, has cured innumerable cases of incipient con sumption and relieved many in ad vanced stages. 11' you are not satis fied with the results we will refund your money. Price 25 cents, 50 cents and gl. E. S. Beardslev, Drupsjist, 4th St. Railway whistles inflict torture on so many people that Austria has in troduced a system of silent signaling to start and stop the trains. Belgium is trying compressed air whistles in stead of steam, and Germany experi ments with horns.