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   Bismarck Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 8, 1899, Bismarck, North Dakota                               isnwrrh ----------......-Ml NINETEEllTH YEAR. THC UCOISIATUMC. I HUT BISMABCX, NOETH DAKOTA. SUNDAY, JAN, 8, BEKATE. DM. Xarae. 1 Jad fcainoora 9C.K. Walsh 4f J. U Catlwl.. Wabdi S rh H. F. Arnold. Gd Fo tr ...JParkStver Drafton wr ..--__.. Irani fS, OMB T. TwttcbeU.. Can _ ._ 1. B Huma....Can.. 12 r- A. gotten.....------ aarB. B. CH DAT. .Pact B r B. C. Cooper. Grim n tt Danlap. Xelaoo AIL ..Oaooentawn fl> OWMcOrrBa.. Tomer IB H fltB. M. Creel... Runwy arira. W. Stntsman Mr JT, B. ffiarpe.. laXoare Lake Helvffie _____ Kota Upper House of the AasembJy the Only One in Session at tae Capital Yesterday. Seaate Committee on Elections Wffl Take Up the Johsson-Creaaa Contest Monday. Senate Adopte the Same Rates That Governed tae Upper House Session. Notes of the of tee Legislature Stark HOUSE. tt lr >f If Name. Coontr. J. D. Wallace Pembina W.J.Watt. Tembina '.Thorfarson.. itmeyer. Pemblna waisn f 5r Poet Office Drayton Leray Heasel Cavatfer ___________. ___ Park Rlvee B. B. Park River Watah.. Forest River Henry Walsh ___ Ardoch KOBrotnov.... Walsh Grafton T. B. Tafte... Gd Forks Korthwood WWGlaSKOW.. Qd Forks K J. O. Bacon... Gd-JPorSs.. 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 Stewart. Gd Forks M. Qd.Forks.. Ci J. G4 IJ O. G. Nrtson. 0. C. Banan. Traffi PHerbrandson Hatton W. D. O. W. WoBiert Caledonia Portland Fargo Fargo Rlehtend Hume ..HanMnson I. L. Taylor. AfiLan Mr JTt wr B r 20 r 20r ar ir 8r 3r Mr S r if I? ITr 3Rr C." Wterio M. H. S. Ransom.....-------- Barnes Tower CRy VaBey Crg ..Golden lake CavaBer Cavalier ftotette J. Michcls.. Benaoa GronTtiJd. Ptarce-S r Hate-. Aneta Hannah J. Barton Cavils Lake Qrartenay JanMotown ,j-. Eddy H. 3. Miner... Wdls A. Sanford atutsmaa O. McHanf... sra C. S. Dewpm lAi John ritekey stooy T.WJUUftoose S.O.Onlaek Mclntooh R. JJ. Stevens Bnrtelgft Bare.. Burtelgh QObertttm, jfcHecry Towaer- Stcde P. P. Lee Ward IX Stevenson. Morton Of J-. EnteJtar Morton. Stark CtanenbaU New Salem OtcUngon The Legislature. There was no session of the house yes- terday and the session of the senate wasbriet The upper house was caQed to order at two o'clock. Eev. Anderson offered prayer. The journal of the prev- ious day was read; Notice of the contest of J. a Green for the seat of J. A. MeDoagaB was read to the senate and the contestant stated in the communication presented to the senate thai the testimony in the case was on fife' in the office of the secretary of state, A similar communication was received the senate from J. A. John- son of Fargo who is a con estant for the seatof J.ECronan. f of the senate committee on elections, moved that the secretary of the senate request the sec- retary of state to ffle the testimony in the case of Johnson vs Cronan with the senate committee on elections OQ Mon- day next, and, the motion was carried. _- banot-whicb shows good. Captain pushing of Langdon rery militiaman m the the werwerwiHIreappoiat AdjutantGea- is right. Today is Sunday and everyone wfll attend some church. 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 Sunday. He wfll materiahse Monday. Jud's divorce says tae wi.ll go a long way toward redeeming the gobdmmeol tBe state. Thi friends of Dr. Sbeppard of Cava- her county have seat a petition to Gov asking tor his appointment u state veterinar- WBECKONFASTIAE Accident oe a Fast Hail Fran oa tite Union Pacific Road Kite aa __ pretenses. came here from St. Paul, he says, aad registered at the hotel as "RW. Dene. St. Paul" Be borrowed snma on file strength of res whi the American National tan. pouneeson the state- ment that it to elect a the as MH> VUUXXUU----HB an inspiration for large type -and tearful to know if ia _ lost and honor other beBeving that H yoo see it in the Journal it must be so, and MWWWU woa VOrnVU. That will be the first case taken up by the committee. On motion the courtesies of the floor were extended to Mr. C. E. Gatehouse of Carrittgton. The committee for the readme and eorrectioa of the journal reported" their corrections and the report was adopted, air .Arnold for Mr-LaMonre, chairman of committee on rules, presented the re- port of that committee which was that the rules of the last senate be adopted for the government of the present sen- ate and the report was adopted. On motion of Mr. Porter the senate then adjourned. carried up to the 6toek-and legislators' sized up at SSOO less. The Argus correspondent caucus came as- Johnson had planned, and to say that-be is pleased- puts it is weH. "Governor Fincher's re- marked one of the stete senators yester- been generally complimented by tbe press of the northwest and espec- ially that portion of it that touches upon the question of expansion. The St. Paul Globe, the recognized -democratic organ in the country, does not Eke the message; neither is it an admirer of the republican party." BWbBe it may not always be just, it is observed a leading Hgat of the third house, "that the general complex- bonofatocaUtyisaieasured, by the po- litical world, by the men they send to Benjamin F. FineM U Appointed Sena- tor to Succeed toe Late JM- tiaS, HorriD. CoagreawBaa Dingtey Growing Weaker Phfflppjne Trouble -Tetegrapafc Hem f 'Engineer .Kflled on the U. P. Caxtaaat, Jan. first ac- cident to the Union Pacific fast mail oc- curred at an early hour today when bankofaiis crty with reference to WNQREE'S LONG MESSAGE. Midi., Jan. read his message to a joint d._ i Morrffl't Successor Apppoiated. Sx. AiBASs, Vt, Jan. Smith today appointed Benjamin F, Fifleldof MonipeHer as successor tothelateSen- mBeawestof Laramie the side rod of the engine broke, teariagjaway the cab. Engineer Mark Wright of Laramie was instantly killed. The track was repaired and a new engineer was secured, the train proceeding without any great de- lay. represent them in the halls of legisla- tion. Don't you know that a miup may Popular at home, henest and eood, and j be a failure as a statesman The Edgeley Mad tot exactly fhe logical he "most logical is logic as she is argued. The adjournment of the house until Monday afforded those members living nthin a hundred miles or so of the cam- il an admirable opportunity to Sunday at home and as a result Saturday was marked with a degree of loneliness. How- ever, those who did remain seemed dis- posed to be just a little more sociable than usual and the day was quite pleas- antly passed. One of the notable feat-! To my mind a man does not necessarily aave to be an orator in order to be a statesman, but he must have brains of :he right sort in order to secure recog- nition and attain any degree of promi- >enee, A man can not think right un- ess he has the right kind of brains to think with." An interested contingent in the sena- torial fight now-on are the ladies. Quite .anumberof the wives of prominent North Dakota men are in the city at the present time and are interested specta- tors of-the contest At the Sheridan the ladies have an organization known as the third house. Toe ladies it is sail baUot regularly on the senatorial matter and Denny Hannifin is reported to have considerable strength in this quarter. NOT YET SATISFIED. The Montana Senatorship. Jan. legisla- ture so far has transacted no business beyond organizing aad yesterday ad- journed nnta Monday. Tuesday the balloting for senator wfll begin. Clark sett favorite. Tie-fight between the Clark aad Daly organs is growing very bitter aad personal. Very grave charges are made on both sides. City Pays No Election Inspectors. 7v__A test INJ.I of interest to municipalities throughout the state was decoded ia the supreme courttoday by JudgeSaterfaad. Ger- hard. Auasem of North Milwaukee, sought to compel the towa to pay aim for services as inspector at caucus elec- tions. The conn ruled that the plaintiff mast look to the political party he re- presents-ior remuneration if any iato be given. Troops to Walker, CHICAGO, Jan. Sheridan to- day ordered Company A atFortBrady, MkdL, to Walker the scene of the recent Indian outbreak The action was taken in order to strengthen the force at the Miuneapoba army post More African Otsterbaace. BBCSBBU, Jan. news re- ceived from Congo Free State says that of the state troops were defeated by the insurgent tribe of Battles, which captured Malambari. The officers, one sergeant and 900 native troops were kffled. __ And Spain Is Glad. MADSIO, Jaa. Keon, ia com- mand of the'Spanish troops in the Phfl- ippine Islands cables that hostiHties be- tween the Americans and the Tagalos are increasing. -pi i inns MiMi" today, and that the present tdmiiiisiration was pot in presalytotafc action lo teaa of being assessed upoatieix earnings, as at present, ofthe special Central and Detnat, Grand arawaokee raflioads, so aa to fijem nnder the genenliazlmn. "P ritra Ai i_ _ ._ Relative to public owTwrshlp of rail- ways, Gorernor Ptngree says: wcom eiBangoratea ftat South Dakota Contest. PIEEBE, account of the im- portance of the ease Attorney General wfll very probably appear officially ing to the of aQ the The governor recommends that "a law be passed providing that all candi- dates for each elective office, from .gsw- ernor down to ward omcers, be nomin- direct vote of the RAY'S CUBANS, Center Tbcai jBaa- aad IHttarterk SANTUOO, Bay baa aadconsideTable trouble witk tin Ca- Dingley Worse, Jan, Diagley is worse and not expected to re- cover. in Attempting to Escape They KID One Policeman and Wound Another. Party of Six Had Just Held Up a Dry Goods Store fn a Busy Section. The they in mNNESOTAMURDER MYSTERY Arrest in the Boxell Case Months After the Crime Was Committed. newspaper wrap- ww 96S8lQDit the last session the postmasters bought -----------f wrappers tot C40 per WO them out for a cent a piece. __ __i way they managed to tose quite a little money, hence their going out of the business. The Ransom County Gazette observes Doe. Meet SASTIAOO DE CCBA, Jan. Jbaatioa of the war department at Wasaiagtoaof its regarding the transfer of customs >eceipts froai the different ports ia Cuba to Havana, b met here by statements from the Cu- bans that the plan is similar to the adopted by the Spaniards, whenreqnisi- obtained IMS than six Operator Murdered. PHn-ujBtpHiA. Pa, Jan.' Wars- ter, night telegraph operator for the Philadelphia 4 Beading road at Kngen, a smaO town near Bethlehem, was mur- dered early today by robbers. Sheep Thief Nabbed. ALBEBT LEA, Minnw Jan. Oliver of Alden is in jafl awaiting a hearing on' a charge of stealing two wagon loads of sheep from the farm of C. C. Birton near Aldea. When caught he offered his captors a roll of money and requested them to let him go. RURAL MOUNTED PQUCE, Catea SoUJeas WU1 to Petrol HAT ASA, Jan. Lndlow is determined to form a rural mounted policecf 800 men and to patrol thesnb- urbswithCubaasoldJerB. They wfll be choseafrom General Mario Henoeal's wrees. Each will be furnished, with a aorse, revolver.- rifle, machete aad working suit. A squad wifl consist of 25 men and four squads wiQ constitute General Lndlow's idea is that 500 such men, having in view their local knowledge, will the work now performed by Unitet i States troops. General Lndlow isgiv- j ing bis personal attention to- the project f tTd tfahl niTmfaiil T o o-e preet WASHHwaos, Jan. f He gets along admirably wjta Se Ca- Dingfey was a little weaker tiiis mom-1 bans, who are coming to regard him ae VtvA. ni i i t _ i t j IL fwiatfitt Tie worst faar now is that in his mejy feeble condition hia heart might fail aiau Oldest Son Charged With trie Killing of His Father and Stepmother. CHtCAQo. Jan. highwaymen, __'_ were endeavoring to make their escape after having held up the dry goods store of H. C. T. Boonnan at 832 TweiS ty-first Place, engaged in a shoot- iagjatray with Policemen Edward TmaPifccT ouBUTTCa insurance companies do not write policies for half should the statements be published at reduced prices? Senator Mansfield's wolf bounty law merely places a bounty on gray none on provides for the exhibition of the that the dif- ference may be determined. Senator Sharpe is aa old time news- paper owned the Sibtey County Independent at Henderson, sold come to Korth Dakota six years settled in what he believed to be the best section in North be has pros- a good business man and pop- ular citizen. The press boys who were strong for Editor Stickley for secretary of the rail- road commission have many coagratula- upon his appointment. The success of Allan Pinkertou of Cavalier in landing the position of Suicide. Siotns FAILS, a IX, Jan. per cent of what the requisition called f tor. The merchants aad influential! o. H. business men here say Bavaaa promiaeat resident of Gar- frown rich and prosperous at the ex- committed suicide by shooting pease of the rest of the island, and the j himself through the head. las son friefld. ______ TO REVOKE 1TS CHARTER. wspoaaiblefar Major Oeaeral Brooke's He was ia and order on this subject. Thepeopte here add that the Havana Cubans are still! _______________ BtjBrti Gata. to maintain the same system off Jan. at the ceatraKation of funds that was ia j "eksoa banquet favored free silver aad before tae American occupation. opposed expansion. BEEF PARTICULARLY GOOD. sergeant-st-artasof the senate, is said to .....O wivu UaJVCUlOH WaKner aad John McCauley and both were wounded, WaHaer dying three bourn later in the hospital. Me- Caatey was shot in the arm aad wfll re- cover. WhenWallner aad McCauley were called to the scene of the robbery 
                            

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