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JHSMARCK PAUL TRJBUIVEi BY ·;· Published crpry morning 'except Monday, at Bis, lEarcSrSorHi Dakota; is. deliTered by carrier to ; «H parts ol the city at 25 cents ier - weeiu; ,^jr 51 ' ' · " " " ' ' - ' ' ' " - " . ..- -....,, . ily oso year, postajre paid. .-. ,,.,, . . . .'. . . ..· 10 00 X v;;., ' '-.-". THE .-WEEKLY- TRIBUNE, " ·' : -^.~ "'.;'.' -;. : JEight pases, containing s sturuniy 'of . the r . news '.- of. ihfvvreeir, both foreign aid '. local; pnHished · · sve^y Friday, poetagt; paid to' an7~addrces"'fof inejear^S2;Ei5 moaths," SI; -tiiree-". months, '75 "ients, . -- . , , TEE D..UXYTBIBUT.T: -will be fotmd~oa~£le~Bt^ e fcptel and .Lord t Thomas' ad- ^ney.'UtJtSSgoTKHiiui, fL'-itosr- . tto. cooatrj\ :Tiis-paper may bo found on. file ,B£ \Creo.-~P. BowelJL Comis3j's-Newspaper Advertising Borean^lO Spmce street. New "York, -srhere adyer- Sslug contracts may beciRde'forit.oa. thoeadB terms ss strike honio office. JAZIESTOW*. ^rill fly tie patriotic birxj. 'Sf freedom July }itb, in her np-th,em up-fne- __!F jou wish to EBS a curious collec-, tfon, look over the/papers that are nore .claiming they predicted the-_recent heavy -rains. YES*TEBD\Y ~ THIS the time for the annual meeting of the Fargo Argus, sfock- holders, hut of course owing to one of the hundred legal quirks the same was put off until July. ^"" _ - METEE'S Ellendale Commercial offers a splendid matrimonial prize, being no le=s than a copy of ILLS paperior a year, free of chargej to each. lad teacher in Dicke county who gets married between"now arfd January 1,1892. Here is a magnificent chance to secure reading 'matter"at-a nominal cost. ^National Editorial assoTsataoTT holds its next annuar meeting in St. Paul, Jalj 14-17. The North Dakota Press association, is (entitled to s en d one -delegate for every twenty members of its ·"organization, the president aud secretary being- delegates __ in addition thereto. These members are to be" chosen at the "Grand ITor^Oieeting to be held next HOME:" MADE--, INCUBATOR. Jfot Dtfflcnlt to ''Stake,: iand Kecominended r . -;--· ;t :.^.:.-., --for Cheapness.. .-.^-/ : :'. '"..·-"-." : j.We grge.an'illustration of .a brooder irr nse (Fig. : 1), and select it because it is one of tie best,: r being',ea£ily'niad,e,'''and.'3t-a lov?-.'cosi,^".-and. because, ii; has been, tried arid found'to'answer, all'purposes." ·" · ' sn\ aii'i'nr~^^" f " iv:i fiaSS^- T l - _-- *i- BROODER rs~ posinov _ By referring to Fig-._l it will be seen that the top _is t detachable^, being lifted ~* bj *^the handle whn desirable Al off though the lower par£of the brooder is above ground, yet, if preferred, it can be sunk in tho ground, provided the holes (to admit cold air- to brooder md smoke from lamp to escape) are left abov e the surfaca-of the ground- Space must b6 left to admit of getting at tub. lamp if brooder is in tha ground. Either a No. T 2 burner lamp or a small^ kerosene oil, stove mayjbe used for heating- the brood.' ~eS Be"careful folelive air lioles afTlhe bottom of the oloor, or -the lamp will smoke. Keep therbroqder at a temperature of 90 degs.-- » ·'Wli»t to- jbo TJUI s: Sp rin g:_ I n" Prepmfmtlon" '. ; ~-?.'r ! ''-'-J-':--:~~:-f.~t~' : ''. for^the " ' ' ; ";"-Ttere-uVlafge"shqrtagQ; ; of;c3ttle-- a 'shortage .which" .it "jKill-Abo^difScnlt'-to · cover,' and there are but two ways ;to'do it The legitimate aadperinaiient method" ':. is breeding, but cattle "mea'vrill be ;; slovr ',tp adopt this course.;: They_kre- yet too. · badly demoralized" to c ; accept the change .as : /pe'rinanent.' -. and ^frpm J breeding- it.. jseems'-'a -' lons'rpad "".to", resnlfc'""- This -is .."true, "'but it is. throad"; nevertheless.'. ..It .is. the xmlyo vay in \vhich '.'the ^supply- of 'cattle can be tod-to. meet."1 the' "demarid,' ^ndji should be good breeding and good jfeediBfj- -- trood -- cattle-- vsill eommand lougpneea -It is now difncult to tell RUSSELL 1L\BBI- SON has opened his mashcahng apparatus wi3ely f if not discreetly, and says Pater Harrison will not be a candidate for renomination, and will only allp-sv his name to go before the convention should the' party "insists upon it." Judging from the offieialrSeords of the legislature last winter, North Dakota ^·nll not- be among the column of A PO TFP has been received announcing the firstunnnai-encampment o£ the Ivorth Dakota Veteran association, to be ^lield at Camp Lookout, OIL the shores of \Spintvrood Lake, commencing Julj ; -Isi-iandcJ-asting six^day= The executive -committee consists- of Messrs (jraves7 "U-atlo and Calkins, -who extend an invitation, to everv soldier and their friends fire is billed for every night i THJ- expected has happened and soon Tort Abraham Jjincoln will exist only in " history as a^has oe^n The fight maTde ior its retention -was"conducted against heavy odds and the fort goes the way of ihe river_ engineer's headquarters--to some more favored spot Mindan and Bismarck will regret the order to remove the garrison, -but regrets dou't go v£ry far egaiuat decided opposition of the powers that be. "Farewell, a long farewell to all my .former greatness/' Selah.' \ \_ s Js Carter Harrison dead politically in Chicago 9 At a recent mayor contest in that city his hand was felt and again this week in the contest for judges the only place over ·which there -v^as any -strife will be filled by the candidate of / his wir)g_pf ^the party. For a man,"out of politics," as he calls himself, and "eternall} dead," as his enemies dubbed him, there seems- to be ver lively results IrourTTncle Carter'is not exactly in a somnambulistic state of-mind." TILE Jamestown Alert man goes for the soldier business m no uncertain Atones "and,, says:-- There __«impment of tn"e local o£ the state this jear for-six consecutive d,ays, tho expenses of which, including transportation of men, horses and equip ments. ps?"y for privates, musicians, teamsters, farners, dfum jnajors, first and second lieutenant^, captains, lieutenant colonels^majors, battallion commanders,colonels and brigadier general aud gorgeous stair .officers,; must be bornebythff f taxpayers of North Dakota. Not only -does the state lavishly propo c '-i(i_pro_ ".vide"-for this glittenng~military "picnic, of her few p^vates and numerous.- officers, brtt the _ wants of the horses and: iSnles in attendance are equally-well looked after. There arc .oats for the. war horses -.that prance around the parade, there'is "a bottle o£ hay" for Bottom, the mule, and orders ·L that whenever an evposihon of sleep doth come upon him, he be not disturbed If there was any way to get both horses and 'asses.-to sign ihe pay roll, they too would draw pay, a well as wagons and camp meat. This pigeant, representing thi ppnrjvand circumstance- of war for North Dakota, will "be held on tho romantic ant beautiful shores of Devils Lake. Thi maintenance of the military departmen in accordance with the code will-cost th state 822,000 for the two years. It comes high; but ihe legislatureJiaa decreed tha -wemturthiiveit. SECTIONAL ;.yiEW. Fig 2 shows the lamp (or kerosene 1 oil stove if preferred) under a sheet iron ik. It heat tho tank, thi, smoke of ;he lamp__rjassin£ _put at^ fonr^ holes xlaccd at each c6rn~ef~of~tb.e~"brooder, which distributes tho heat The cold air enters around the tank and is dra-wn right over qbo\ 6; tne lamp, as the cold air rusae~ J in "as fast as the "warm air isLa Tne kot_air rises throu-pTaTtfiue n the floor It "will be seen that the smoke of tue lamp does not go mto^he Brooder, and that ~th3 tube-ia-iiKfchroodei- ,.endi, through ftre^T^oolIeir~ floor-only' The brooder is a yard "square, but the tank nay be- smiller, the bo-c contain j the lamp is tenuincb.es deer, and tha spaco between the ton of woodLU floor is hilf an inch Tne curfam in front of brooder is dimply a nose of cloth cufcjnta stnpa The smoLe- loles of the lamp should be at each corner but only two cold air holes are essdr-*, and they should be near the center_of the sides of the brooder Bear n mind the cold aif goes bot-ween the k aud the wooden floor and gets leated; To make "this brooder, cut -"sis · boards' . inch thick, 6 inches wide and 3 feet ong, tongued and^ grooved, so that no TIT can come through except by vra.y of tube oiTfop, which -tube is 1 inch in diameter and 2$ inches high from the *WV +i^4 fc£% LOWER PABT. UNDER ."GROUND. 1 floor v These-boards are^youi 1 fluui. Oir tha^under side of this floor," at the-.edges, nail strips all around (Oiiends and sides), the strips being 1 inch thick and inches wide Th»n set your tank as shovm'in cut. You -will- then have-Van air space between the floor and tank ol half an inch. B.3 sure and cut. air hote to admit the cold air \ ou HU.Y simplj iia"vt, open nole^or may tibe tin tubes ij preferred. The holes need only be a half- inch"-- in-- diameter.- "· you-can-now- easilj lit on tile lower bo^ and il^o noake the co\ eri^i.^ on top, -as- may be s^n by the illustration. ^A. - , This brooder is-an vld English method, taken from ' Lewis' Poultrj Book, of 1871," and if sho vvs th.it npv. ara currents Vhere pnc«s vail go, and"r\,iu nor niF dertake to -aiy bat I will venture this ^much, that there is i goo3 ten % ears'of «pentr - ^.thead of us, and it is very doubtful whether tho supply-can^ meet or-overtake the demand ro ten jears] 'time. * ·*· "°~ - This^shortage can be partially covered Jby TJerter feeding, but cattle men will .meet, the- opening "spring without grain: and with -cnm cattle. U _A11 stock should be pat on good grass. Sweet corn should-be planted as early as possible. ^nd thib will be ready to feed in July At the same time the evergreen corn should be planted, and it -will follow "the eirly vanetj with, good ears and will List until field corn is read} -In this way steers that corns to grass thin may be read} for market m. later fal] and earl} winter, and take well up to the top of the market, or they may- have oil cake on grass from the start The inarkelrw-ill-pay-font. ---- *--·- The English-feeders are receiving large shipments of cotton -seed from igypt Many of tho American feeders are within reach of cotton seed and cotton beeir- cake. The shipment'of good breeding cows for slaughter should~"fetop Such, how- over.^as are not good breeder shduld bo ; bent off and only useful stock kept, A statistical bureau should be organized to gather facts in reference to the cattle trade, thit cattle men may under stand the existing facts that iia\ e a bear 7 " Ing olTtheir "b~usihess ~'If tms had been in operation for the last two vei^s, or even tor^-the List five years, wo should not have tha depression -which we have gone through Early-- step*, should be token to organize for this prrrpo^e^^ The majority of cattle men axe scattered and do- not come in contact with each other so tint they can keep post" Could Lhcy--know"jTist-faomnitiiy-eattie- come to the leading markets of the-world each week, and just how many go into consumption how many ^go east^ how man} goN^e-^t ind in what shape they go and. how many are exported tcEotker conn tries, m live cattle, dressed b°ef, in cans and salted they would soon under stand the conditions of trade ^ T _ r If they could see-wha^kLn/L of 'cattle bring the top of -ffie marker and what take the bottom of the market, v and should they compare notes and find that the-§teerthat stands at the top.cost no more than the one that goes-~to the bottom they Vionld then be reaching for the^top place We ought to improve the coming cp- portnnjtie" and get npon aThigher level We can comin md the "best of the world's markets, und in those markets-tavern o competition *· -- ._ -- % In discussing these qi estions at the stock }ords a few days sinco^was met with this assertion tliat there, were a great many people who could cot afford to buy the beit beef, that they must lake the poorer quality I rejflied to this that the toa-d and f ourth.Tate pieces in a well bred and weJT fed bteer were better thin. "the_be=t pieces- in a scrub and poorly- fed steer ·--T. L. Miller in Breeders' _ : Gazette. Points of-"Iiitereg^t^ ^ The cattle men's time hag come Bat the turn should have been made two- years ago, a man who has- watched the western ranges thinks. Then thousands «f good breeding cattle would have been .sarved .and: wduld-lia'vo- "been; in'active ' fiecollect^don't put jour stock nppn the spnng pasture till -it lias made a good start. _ _ More"and more specialization, becomes a factor of success in stock reusing as elsewhere in this age. ThereTnust be horses for running, horses for trotting and hordes for hauling heavy loals in cities. "There are also* the carriage horse and the saddle horse The farmer who proposes to- go into horse breeding mnst make up Ins mind which of-- t-feese specialties will best "go" in his locality, and .then- proceed .^with "all his powers of both j rear ttfObt; kinds:--5Ar of vrarm.air-have been in use . for many years for "both hitching and brooding Fig'. '1. shows the brooder "with, lamp and tank abo\ e gronncL Fig 2 shows a sectional view-of the-same Rg -4 shcrwa" tho. lower part of brooder under ground, ·witbrtrap door for getting at the lAfcip Fig. 5 shows the mother which covers the'-chicks, with adjustAble-- pegs or logs. The tank ia : froin Lewis, the top ,from Bnkin., while the mother is from B«U »nd otherii --Farm and Garden. N E N T - N E W ' : Y O R K : PREACHERS:- Dr. Parkhursfs Axraljtupient^of . :.tbii--Dr. T.almaze's ' Oatsjxsfcra'-'-JVIewfc ; ; Dr. Kiiinsford'e A.ttltade/To'wii.'rtt Epl*- :- copallanisni^--Death of Ir. Vaii Dyke.-'.-.'-. - : .-As.the cehterof-interest'in' the present reb'sjons'contrpversy is" this" Union Theological seminary of Nevr York, the^sudden death of-"D r.: Henry J.'Van Dy ke, r pro lessor .elect of "systematic theology an-.thatjserrii- nary, is'a very great loss, not:;6nly^to the Presbyterian chnrcir"bufr~UT tfie "cause "of denomiRational htmriohy. - H e ..TES 1 , tenan church of Brooklyn after thirty- eight years' bertice, and ·« as preaching his last sermon there, when struck'-with "-a^se-- vere pain in the-heart The next day he attended a ministerial meeting apparentlv -»a hismual healt-Iir -That mirht--tbe pain "TCtufhed^zuid after obtainiriK-relief he "was conversing in the "ordmary way with Eis physician when he suddenly began to gasp and in a few : mornents-vras dead. , Henry Jackson Van D^ke -v%as borpin Abington, Pa., March 2, 1822, graduated from Princeton in island has;beh"'active ^..described corarhon'school lands situate in the,seyer«l coaniies herg- iaafter.: nataed, in the --stat'e": of Korth Da- ;kota; : w£ll:: be-cil«i£d-_for. leasa at^publle 'auction..t-erthe nJghei.t bidder at: the -court house in the respective. .coonties;., 'between the rhottrs'of 10.o'clock aLm'. and a cycloblc p."m^ cominencinR - in.eaoh--c(iuiity'"on. the resjjectiYB-i days herein -specified in-April .6r.21ay,"7A; : 3.; .JSJitrsKd -cpntinuinK : . until zll s'nch'-landsV.are leased.."..When-iriMaiids hereinafter described r th'at have:not hei-e-- , tbrqre ;;.beeh --.leased, or-apori" which " the "leases have not .-already expired'; or" been.' forfeited, are offered, for lease,jtlje leasing of further lands.shall be ar3jonmed.by.the : Section..-"3v s?i teX- ·· ;15 127 SO sy " 3ota 3 4; 1S"137 SO -- E.^-4 ......'13 1S9.S1150 " SI 160 -Mqr r '"' . 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S5 129 81^150 - fiwqr" ;15 139 -84 150 -nwqr." ,15 13S.-8i 160"" ne.qr." 15 lS98tlK) teqr : . 13 153 Si 100 .swqr'" 35 139 SI 150 n-wqr " So ISO 8t Ita r,9 qr 15 ' ' - SS-L - 151 15 1, U5li Ibl as may be decided upon .by th3.;boa.rd subsequent to the forfeiture or expiration of such leases, when they shall then be offered for Tease-ior the^faalancS of the i term of yearb for T»hich they were former- DR. a H PAKEHCTKST in the ministry fiver since His last words were, "Yonmay call it [tho affectiOD'J'what- ever you please, 1 am prepared to go " On- theijuestionj no^rj^o promment he held a mcderatejucw, andjsvas-regarded as-a rec onciler, hfilding views much bke those lately set forth by the Rev Dr E-^tvtn^ Chester Donald, of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Ascensipn, Xew York at}"" 3 DrTTdiiahVs sermo_n_ dealt with the proper -method of handling charges of heresy, and he recommended the pian.o£ ihe Jens of Berea, -who listened "with .readu^, of mind and searched t^io Scnpttires -daily -vvheEhcr,these things'were o " It is a suggests e =i facS~tha,t^inihe" hour Dr C H. Parkhrrrstnv-as holding forth at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian church in a waj that, rather outdid ~Professor BngE^ in the line of "Higher Cnfa. cism " It ii probable-that Dr Parkhurst nught ha\ e declared hii \2ewt, vrithout ex- much comment it he had nnfc gone r "Princeton ^for~ iiliberality, many" ministers WT-th a pei secutmg. Spirit Jlhe general tone" of hia ad-iress may be"judKed from one extract m _szhich he said th it, the. question "before every candidate for the pulpit in his de- nominatiomvas ^Cau I enter the Presby tenan ministry afiti still retain mj self respect 3 ^ Alust I pluck out my eves and replace irfyteQins Trith sawdust as a candi dacy for PrrsbytenarTorders 5 " On the afternoon of the same da\ Dr Talniage, at the Collegiate Reformed church, i i f t h avenue, delivered i highly characteristic address,an which he cored -ftiose "yorjiis scientists who le?rn enough to go around with 'Darwin' in one hand and.abjjxif trau fixed iieetles in the other, imagining themstlveb wiicr th in thi, Bible and talking about 'culchaw '·" The occasion wa» the installation of the Hev, Dr.-"David X'JBurriIl,-.\vho. came from Min- neapohs_ with a greitt reputation as a preacher-and parish worker He was born at Mornit Pleasant, Pa., Vug 1, Ii4,4in"a is ia the very prime of life and. health His itj le of address is singularly clear and captiv ating v and all who ht.\e heard him entertain high hopes of-hsfuture in New York. f On the same day Eh" e Rev Dr William S Eoipsford- preached at^-St George's Episcopal church on the all absorbing topic of creed revision, his conten tion being that -none of the creeda is settled. "We Ij All -lands not heretofore leased wjJl be leased for a term of \e years- Tracts heretofore leased until feeptembpr 1,1891, that are" re advertised and re-leased v.ill bo leased unnl September "· 1,^ 18^1, as for one j ear The annuarrentarof a!J lands roust be paid in advance. All lands at present broken and cultivated niay'be cultivated--by the lessee. All unbroken lands can "be leased for meadow and pas- turaae TJurposES only. Each bid will be for the annual rental, per acre-, of, the T4 hole tract offered^ -JSo bu^ will be entertained that is below five (6) per centum of the appraised valuation per acre of lands that are cultivated, or belovr tvyo and oner half (2KFper centum orthe appnus-etTval^t 88 ^ ___=? McISTOSH COUXT¥. nation of unbroken lands, as returned by the county board £f apprai al foe this county. j " BiBNES COUNTY. Jane 22, 1S1~. Part of Uectioo. JPart of fc'ection. 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If an creed is admitted for a moment as the expression of God.^pjft'-Lt is labor of "Horses is now so"diversified tHat a horse specially adapted to farm purposes will', scarcely .pay. ¥he farmer who wishes to sell a few "horses every year should select his breed-with a view to .city markets.;- ::A- horse 'that is a fast -walker, and at the~same time can pull heavy loads. it the great desideratum for an ordinary draught animal.- The Clydesdale-fills these requirements. 'The horse foTfhe verylstrongeirand hcavie-'t haul ing of all is the Shire or Li\ erpool dock hor=e It i a fact'that either of these animals named will do farm \vork'. thor oughlj bo vnll the.Percheron, and the adde.d advantage la that any of--them -will bring a high price in citj markets at any time. The mode) farm, hor^e is a quick walker, one that can get over the ground rapidly as w ell as draw a good heavy load after him. -Don't overfeed your, fowls, : ; In the wild state even a-chicken--knovps when it has had enough, and" never overfeeds, 'But the 'civilized fowl has- lost-all its wild · sense*"and' has no .domesticated gumption to take the plac§ Watch ; care,fully-at feeding- time and-see how 'much .the birds will eat np clean with a -relish, and you can tell how much to feed them. It is ,m excellent plan to stir tho chicken feed ; up. among; leaves or dry dtraw, so that the-fowls, will, have to scratch for. it."".' In this way'they will ei- [ ercise and not be so subject to leg weak- neflft. . - r some astomshraent, being x n these words, "I canrjpt think of God but as an infinite ehTazgemeut of myself." While tnere is in the Episcopal church a discussion is to doctVme, there goes' along- with it an equally earnest one -on the canons-as to", ordination; and* .while tha Rev. T Dr./Heber Newton is a central: figure jn the former, both h"e and Dr: Rainsford are charged with error in-the latter. Both signalized their Lenten, services this'-year fhy' ijavitiag-non-Episcopal '.clergymen--to address their congregations. ^ Both ex-- plained th;it the ministers invited by them were invited is laymen Xaturally enough .this did. not^ please the gentlemen referred .to,' nor does-it -seem to ·-: have -satisfied the ^Episcopal critics.. T KTe csse .'stands, hs one rnijjht say, in litigation,-and Dr..Rainsford is ."now-classed with'tho latitudinarian: 'Color Xo Bar- to Saccei That there is a chance for" everybody,ih America who shows a. disposition . to push to-* the, front is sho\vn-hy the fact, that a Japanese'studeuVhjis^been selected "as coni- menccment day speaker at" th"e " Harvard divinity.school, and that a colored man:is to be class orator at the Xew..York university law school. Nature plays queer pranks.-at times. 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(Copjr!;ht£ THYSE DRUNKENNE Or the IJq«er Habit, JPexrttivcW: by admliilnterlms Ir- Hume Oolden In a glais o . ; a cup of coffee or-te». ° lfd(i:eoftScp»tleiit,.lt-i-i^ . »nd will effect » penn»rienl aj. c u r e . w e U i e r the'pmtient !« aD 3*?TM;i v »n «leohollc-«rrec)c. -It JIM b«n K 1 " TM , of caiex, »nd la cT*rr tn.t*nce · ptrtcc.-cpj -J«»tl. -It i^erin-r.11.. ..TSe.riwra. °="L~ tdirtth the SpeoIUWt B*coineii inutttr lav for tto Honor »pp«1t« to «il«t. . ' eojLMLsi sTPKcrcnr co.", ** CXNCmnfATI OHIO 48 p«C» book of p«r«cul»n fir**- To SFAFI Rl ?T? C«ti!.r ra o f B id CHK «niclo'rt. c rrHbrB^iK'iw^' 0 ' 11 ?. ^ Or-H H ort i; rep»fct»« !»"· \ - _ , . ooto'»» ll't.-vctlo r M *· F^n., ,, . TV to 1 y WSPAPiM

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