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Bismarck Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 8, 1899, Bismarck, North Dakota THC I HUT NOETH 8, 1 Jad 9C.K. Walsh 4f J. U S rh H. F. Gd Fo tr Drafton wr Irani OMB T. Can 1. B 12 A. B. CH B r B. C. Grim n tt AIL Tomer IB H M. W. Mr B. Lake Kota Upper House of the the Only One in Session at tae Capital Committee on Elections Take Up the Contest Senate Adopte the Same Rates That Governed tae Upper House Notes of the of tee Legislature Stark tt lr If J. D. Wallace Pembina f 5r Poet Office Drayton Leray Heasel Park B. B. Park River Forest River Henry Walsh Ardoch Walsh Grafton T. B. Gd Forks Qd Forks K J. O. Gd Comments of the State 8r 8r 8r If 10 r IB 101 llr Ur llr 12 r 13 r wr 13 r Ur 13 r Atex Gd Forks M. Ci J. IJ O. G. 0. C. Hatton W. D. O. W. Caledonia Portland Fargo Fargo Hume I. L. AfiLan Mr JTt wr B r 20 r 20r ar ir 8r 3r Mr S r if ITr 3Rr M. H. S. Barnes Tower CRy Crg lake Cavalier J. r Aneta Hannah J. Barton Cavils Lake Eddy H. 3. A. Sanford O. sra C. S. lAi John ritekey stooy R. Stevens P. P. Lee Ward IX Morton Of Stark New Salem The There was no session of the house and the session of the senate The upper house was to order at two Anderson offered The journal of the ious day was Notice of the contest of J. a Green for the seat of J. A. was read to the senate and the contestant stated in the communication presented to the senate thai the testimony in the case was on in the office of the secretary of A similar communication was received the senate from J. A. son of Fargo who is a con for the f of the senate committee on moved that the secretary of the senate request the of state to the testimony in the case of Johnson vs Cronan with the senate committee on elections OQ day the motion was shows Captain pushing of Langdon rery militiaman m the the is Today is Sunday and everyone attend some The churches of Bismarck enjoy the distinction of being equipped with ministers of ability and those who attend wiD not regret it. Senator Puller went to Jamestown to rest over He Jud's divorce says tae go a long way toward redeeming the tBe Thi friends of Dr. of her county have seat a petition to Gov asking tor his appointment u state Accident oe a Fast Hail Fran oa tite Union Pacific Road Kite aa came here from St. he aad registered at the hotel as St. Be borrowed on file strength of res whi the American National the ment that it to elect a the as an inspiration for large type tearful to know if ia lost and honor other that H yoo see it in the Journal it must be and woa That will be the first case taken up by the On motion the courtesies of the floor were extended to Mr. C. E. Gatehouse of The committee for the readme and of the journal their corrections and the report was air for chairman of committee on presented the re- port of that committee which was that the rules of the last senate be adopted for the government of the present ate and the report was On motion of Mr. Porter the senate then carried up to the 6toek-and sized up at The Argus correspondent caucus came Johnson had and to say is puts it is re- marked one of the stete senators been generally complimented by tbe press of the northwest and that portion of it that touches upon the question of The St. Paul the recognized organ in the does not Eke the neither is it an admirer of the republican it may not always be it is observed a leading Hgat of the third the general by the by the men they send to Benjamin F. FineM U Appointed tor to Succeed toe Late Growing Weaker Trouble Hem f on the U. P. Jan. first cident to the Union Pacific fast mail curred at an early hour today when with reference to LONG Jan. read his message to a joint i Successor Jan. Smith today appointed Benjamin as successor Laramie the side rod of the engine the Engineer Mark Wright of Laramie was instantly The track was repaired and a new engineer was the train proceeding without any great de- represent them in the halls of Don't you know that a may Popular at henest and and j be a failure as a statesman The Edgeley Mad tot exactly fhe logical he logical is logic as she is The adjournment of the house until Monday afforded those members living a hundred miles or so of the il an admirable opportunity to Sunday at home and as a result Saturday was marked with a degree of those who did remain seemed dis- posed to be just a little more sociable than usual and the day was quite antly One of the notable To my mind a man does not necessarily aave to be an orator in order to be a but he must have brains of right sort in order to secure and attain any degree of A man can not think right un- ess he has the right kind of brains to think An interested contingent in the fight are the Quite the wives of prominent North Dakota men are in the city at the present time and are interested tors contest At the Sheridan the ladies have an organization known as the third Toe ladies it is sail regularly on the senatorial matter and Denny Hannifin is reported to have considerable strength in this NOT YET The Montana Jan. ture so far has transacted no business beyond organizing aad yesterday ad- Tuesday the balloting for senator Clark sett between the Clark aad Daly organs is growing very bitter aad Very grave charges are made on both City Pays No Election 7v__A test of interest to municipalities throughout the state was decoded ia the supreme by of North sought to compel the towa to pay aim for services as inspector at caucus The conn ruled that the plaintiff mast look to the political party he re- remuneration if any iato be Troops to Jan. Sheridan day ordered Company A to Walker the scene of the recent Indian outbreak The action was taken in order to strengthen the force at the army post More African Jan. news re- from Congo Free State says that of the state troops were defeated by the insurgent tribe of which captured The one sergeant and 900 native troops were And Spain Is ia com- mand of troops in the Islands cables that be- tween the Americans and the Tagalos are i inns and that the present was pot in action lo of being assessed as at ofthe special Central and Grand so aa to the Ai Relative to public of South Dakota account of the im- portance of the ease Attorney General very probably appear officially ing to the of aQ the The governor recommends that law be passed providing that all dates for each elective from ernor down to ward be direct vote of the RAY'S Center aad Bay baa trouble witk tin Dingley is worse and not expected to re- in Attempting to Escape They KID One Policeman and Wound Party of Six Had Just Held Up a Dry Goods Store fn a Busy The they in MYSTERY Arrest in the Boxell Case Months After the Crime Was newspaper ww 96S8lQDit the last session the postmasters bought wrappers tot per WO them out for a cent a way they managed to tose quite a little hence their going out of the The Ransom County Gazette observes Meet DE Jan. of the war department at its regarding the transfer of customs the different ports ia Cuba to b met here by statements from the bans that the plan is similar to the adopted by the obtained IMS than six Operator night telegraph operator for the Philadelphia 4 Beading road at a town near was dered early today by Sheep Thief Jan. Oliver of Alden is in jafl awaiting a hearing a charge of stealing two wagon loads of sheep from the farm of C. C. Birton near When caught he offered his captors a roll of money and requested them to let him RURAL MOUNTED Catea to Petrol HAT Jan. is determined to form a rural mounted 800 men and to patrol They be General Mario Each will be with a machete aad working A squad consist of 25 men and four squads constitute General idea is that 500 such having in view their local will the work now performed by i States General j ing bis personal attention the project f tTd T o o-e preet Jan. f He gets along admirably Se was a little weaker who are coming to regard him ae ni i i t i t j IL Tie worst faar now is that in his feeble condition hia heart might fail aiau Oldest Son Charged With trie Killing of His Father and Jan. were endeavoring to make their escape after having held up the dry goods store of H. C. T. Boonnan at 832 engaged in a with Policemen Edward insurance companies do not write policies for half should the statements be published at reduced Senator Mansfield's wolf bounty law merely places a bounty on gray none on provides for the exhibition of the that the ference may be Senator Sharpe is aa old time paper owned the Sibtey County Independent at sold come to Korth Dakota six years settled in what he believed to be the best section in North be has a good business man and ular The press boys who were strong for Editor Stickley for secretary of the road commission have many upon his The success of Allan of Cavalier in landing the position of a Jan. per cent of what the requisition called f The merchants aad o. H. business men here say resident of frown rich and prosperous at the ex- committed suicide by shooting pease of the rest of the and the j himself through the las son TO REVOKE 1TS Major Brooke's He was ia and order on this here add that the Havana Cubans are to maintain the same system off Jan. at the of funds that was ia j banquet favored free silver aad before tae American opposed BEEF PARTICULARLY the is said to wivu WaKner aad John McCauley and both were dying three bourn later in the was shot in the arm aad re- aad McCauley were called to the scene of the robbery seekers after Jan. Colonel Henry commissary of who with General Miles at Tampa aad at Camp Thomas aad Croker Afl Jan. Croker comes out for expansion and says the 16 to 1 issue is Wat Receive house many questions as to the quality the appropriation for the of the rations issued daring the This action will mirea me j ABB action win la brief Colonel Osgood said ttat be reversed by Uie whole the rations throughout the war were as j good if not better than those usually regular be was better 8tta4ard OO a result of the developments ia the Standard OQ case ia the supreme coart Attorney Monnet has filed a petition to oast the company its charter ia The petition sets forth eight in- stances in which it is alleged the ard company has violated its charter organization in 1870, specifying the various companies comprising the alleged trust and their Body WM BM Jan. amusing blunder was made by the police in the United States District Attorney i The mistake was not ered until the police arrived with their victim at the when the joke turned embarrassingly on the arresting The city has been infested with the police are doubly Bundy was pouted out to the officer as a bad me bans m his district one way or and gives aa his opinion that 80 per the populace are peaceful or harmless and are only anxious to be permitted to cultivate their little ba- aana and melon raise a few pigs and chickens and a cow being He adds that prior to the insurrection were avocations 3 ner cent are tae whV created and In the Colonel Bay only solution to the Cuban problem at present is to either nate the lawless ones or at all make it too hot for the Severe Weather in very severe oa has at last began now oaa commenced en its last MINOR ITEMS OF at Ala a free importation of seed wheat eight aaw two being of the Jert An mass meeting was held to rejoice the failure of the recent anti- congress in Mrs. Moore of who waa largely interested in the Motor is dead ia looking to the of enamel aad of the have been issued by the the igan now to proceed to Cuba for Kearly one-half of the hands of receivers at the beginning of 1888 were taken back from tae courts during the according to The Jan. 7-! Democrat them to stay at home it thinks Cavalier has all the plums it is likely to Col. Record for the rent issue tickles all the senatorial be was particularly Jan. than any he had ever eaten at aa So. but about firing of the people on the When the six robbers reached aa alley they ran behind a fence and opened firs oa the Both policemen ran into the street aad returned the Wallner was wounded at the beginning en- counter aad McCauley to battle with the men After firing more a dona at toe the six men turned aad ran up the Cauley followed them aad received a second He was then forced to give ap the aad the robbers w in half tone Gov. nis is not Cashing of the Times ad it does him good to read the daily TRIBUTE It is said Grant Hager would not mind being state land Watt's term not expire for six mouths Hugh has a that's hard to The Nelson County Herald estimates the strength of the several candidates Johnson put Device and scattering in the lint and shots out LaMoure and Senator The Herald says it ia AN ALASKA 665. So. 1, spring 2, spring w me nve sue Judge rin for for false im- Who Be Coold Baa Jan. Rosalie has arrived from the North with 100 all from j cable dispatch from Admiral Dewey What Dewey navy has received a long cipher says tt is wno nao maoe place ti highly probable that Johnson will be J headquarters immediately left The party made the trip in 17 The steamer had in gold dust oa The passengers of a sensa- tional lynching which took place at Eagle on Dec. 11. Jack a saloonkeeper and had collected a gaag of toughs around him and was terrorizing the mining He was waited upon by a vigilance committee of IS determined men and ordered to leave He refused aad the next day the hanged hiv to the limb of a The aad gam blew who had made his place their making requisitions for ships and plies urgently needed on the Asiatic Kansas Jan. tie reducing telegraph rates and placing telegraph companies under the of the court of St. Paul Crook Jan. man giving the name of Donald WM ar- charged with obtaining j mm Jan. months i Jan. Judge Tarvia of j western Miller reports the flour output sent several councilmen jail for week at Minneapolis as tempt of court ia disobeying aa order against 870.210 the previous court Sow WxJ 243.890 in 1898. At Superior and the output was against 56.043 the week aad in 1898. Higher freights are to cause the to run Jan 7 Flour last week was far from The run tegan in Kew York Sunday night at was to hours and o3 au average of 37.2 miles an including all transfers and j v WISCONSIN MAYORS Jan. About 85 may of the leading cities of with about the same number of waukee's business met at the Plankinton House in the first Wisconsin conference for improved charter legislation under the auspices of ths Milwaukee Municipal A ber of papers beating on the subject were read and T. M. C. A. Jan. The annual convention of the Minnesota Y. M. C. A. will be held Feb. 10. 11. The convent will be composed of 350 delegates from the various local of the Speakers of both in and out of the will be present and give interest to the Count Jan. The Berlin of The Daily Mail a rumor from St. that Count Leo will be for the cause of the who are being persecuted into wholesale tration from the Caucasian
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