The Bismarck Tribune from Bismarck, North Dakota on February 4, 1899 · Page 4
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The Bismarck Tribune from Bismarck, North Dakota · Page 4

Bismarck, North Dakota
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Saturday, February 4, 1899
Page 4
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WITH THE SOLONS. » first aod second time and referred to HT respeotJTe committees: Xos. *5, 49, ?, «, J3, 3, 89, 36,33. 65,% 66, 3* 21, 62. . . " SKOtS IHTOBea BILL. The Beaker signed Senate Bill Xo. 1, the dm*ee bill. - , House Bill Noe 2, Allen's, relate* to ts of husband and wife. ouse Bill ^x 38. laagalux*, amend relation to power of 74iLyne»'«. Increasing dyasion laws to 2.000. 87 Hate's, amending abuse number of -- . - . ,, * . , m n n g law wun relation to building and loan ~ A YOUNG MOTHER Curbed wfth perfect health and DEBATE OS THE .IUJEX BILL. .The passage of House Bffl Xo.2 ·» IS^SP^J^****** «»» ____-_ --jt the bill should not pans as rt was a dangerous one. The bill relates to toe relations of husband and wifeand permits the wife to transact busine^ separately from the husband. ·Jgr. Stereos argued strongly in favor ofme measure and .after it had passed suggested that the Mil lie on the table until today in order to #i re Mr. MrHarg a caance to further explain his objections. Mr. MeHarg replied rather hotly that wJtai he wanted any courtesies extended to turn from the house he would ask the *--- to extend them and not Mr. said, a« she exhibited wfch pride *aby, "I must confess that my present beato and the ahw* phenomenal de. Tetopmeat and good health of baby are due to the we of Pabst Hah Exoact. The "Best" Tonic. The necessity of the child was sueh » tax on me tint I became nervous. weak And exhausted reeommended. Best" Tonic I took ft and begin . to build at once. Baby began to show the effects within a week. continued its use for months, til I went ont into the country and neglected to take my tonic with me. I lost fifteen pounds in six weeks, and conW scaree- y feed baby. Snceretont. ng, some three weeks ---[lave again been, "Best" Tonic. I «,,,, nlned six pounds and the ittleoneisagainp lag. ^nstthKik. be onine- teen months old, weigh* 82 pounds, and I hare not weaned him yet." Ifir. Stevens then moved that the vote by Which House Bin Xo. 2 passed be *e* considered and the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. . ^TTM^ Mr. Bacon said be did not rufly understand th« biB and hoped that!~Ste£ reconsldW wwdd notpre- «·=· c«ci j ujutoer appiy this to her own experience " wd ive the "Best aatnresa; , Mr. Stevens said that if there was a a1q«e objection to the motion he would withdraw it and did so, . "·;: SKtAYK SJ3LL FA88BD. of taxes paid, was passed, GECEBAl OBS8B8. k.?*SS»» a* 8 "* tfcatthe bouse re- ··npremeaim ·»*»« M«* U4.WOH7 4V4TUtt0V VI every modier should. itaagTufic^itchildren.w*, forbaby. ane aim among the Greeks, those of nerfeeaonlnthose rigid ath- which aggrandised the ,----^--ty- For wffltaMtt a perfect howcan a babe at once begin to battle of existem wfeTeoa. energy, ne how derive those tf bardiaesa, BUM bfaad. ealm dreds of sound aiomber? Boa* ««~.^ are pony, alow, with _,. .^.TM, snpiae motiooa and tmtn^i»nv. geat countenaBees, beeanjetbe motfaer -- towed to pat afl ber ----* Peace and the Parker Pen. SBCltBT fOOUSlBL . at Paris." \« kuaT "J\ak. to break. I-rrtwriiun. CAPITAL BOOK STORE. ···········I the power to ' ' flow of es to gire them AeTital healtt Babtaal o»of *»«*». jar t The notion prevailed a e d Mr. S « n t to the chair. )f general orders, and the speaker He hoped that there' "--^-^thebilL , said -ttat be too was raflroad boys and that all __ were railroad men. Mr. referred to the netitkm ' itureBof WTrailroad it the LO0»O» w r.Sanford said that a moral -- nwoJred. TbatitwMdi «mind7lf the mother tobear,bat bnOe steal their trans- agreed to as amended and recommeBded. bat further onto today relating te the . act time on account of objectioos r^n« v should pay an | Thebfll was betore the commSS was taken from a number of ·p*SrW¥a.taS THIS INTEREST YOU. atrJt^T!^! t L?!LT¥5 c g** "** «"**«*· wllaiB. 2^5^.^ l Tfe5^^S*s 1 Sg ^^£[£^^^t Isman's Trout «aM racowtt taUfcrtnecsattbt jro«tn**K»! t»y«ai -»*J AN AFFAIR CFTHe ft h^ been »%id of Amft- i«4n» that they Art** mtiw of dytpe^ticiT and it fctrue that ftw 4r« entirely frt« from Ai»aTd«T» «f the digestive tT4tt, Indigestion,Oy5pep*ijL, Otom^ch *nd Bowel trouble, CatlktTh of the Stomach, or Constipation. The treatment of these dfseses with Cathartic medicine* too often a the trouble o « ; -na* beenmtrodaced for a board of appeals be e it is believed the inspection department is at fault. ^ T CWffln 4; Co; of Jamestown offer to the - "anonymons «ottndreF-who wrote tettewlotI *boat Judjre Glas- Coi state-- was for rT-.c-rr.; -- - or wfeaonjf turn for re-etec- Bon .!S l! ? B8e ; a * ai8 enforcement of the prshibrtjon law. Thus the pkrt thickens -- ahhwigh the Forum-- in wnkshitt»o*. fat to poblfaawl-says-it ^cmra are trne-caa there be any legat coovic fion-and if not the reward wll har go. -.-. . -' " " - . ' ""· -'- -- ' - * 's house to in support treasurers bond- This fa what Mr. KenwdysaM rt of the measure: "At our oonty December and mtepted tosectire the" county -~--.^ ---«.ci» u ocviuv toe «ad» in a fidelity company, knewaconntyorrtate when it was insured in _ ,, f. I have known a irood when they aave indiridt IdOMMt i* the u*e of 4 remedy that *W builcL up the system, «»**..** - ^ thereby ena-biing the various organs to 4tt a* Nature intended, ^hiy thoutd. *"** 4 remedy i* found Vri · llJiKRIIsfcftJeReppfe .-.-.- Inal bonds. am in *favor of the Mr, Johnson of Richland says: can say in behalf of the RichJabd that Richland coo nt in «?»eqnencB.-of de. asurers. On account «f' a bank railnre some years ago the county funds were lost but the bondsmen made going into cc art rhubeen elected, o^erms sinee. , My ladf WM M ncMcn a* mv lord and rawed the diotbox and 1 her tedau chair when workmen were fotnf home from lath* sad toom to breafcfatft. yamlJy diamond! sad jewel* and plate wen Aakedwhea tte were exbaosted. od when had tofte farm* and JonrnaL ^V / / / / A M ·*xi«M rmctstla. . Tb *"W»«»J«^aqne« way of bwr- toj the daaCthe «otpa« j, tjghtly wS- ff 4 . ^2?r«L ?««*«tu^api25 nTacoQnUfsd; artwomaflw to the IPMVW, wbenTfbT aadtaveoOajkllMB] Oertata may be^lidl Ja' kaUa* ewkvlbi lEWSPAPERI or PYTHIAS. ASC1EST QBDEK CSiTSD WOSK3t£\ I H. S. FRIESZ, Austin E »» Third ·beet SfcfilM HUM Bute I** . ^ a w bar a halt doara tlmat tbs SAFES. Nerverioe OIM010MFU* wmeeainwv. .X-wnbitt palaee, taneof (be prtanates of centurtca, Thi* plaoe ^n^tfu-ow away your CAPITAL, f 100400, I n t a d PI tt 01 in

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