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Blood Poison
There is a certain
disease that has
come down to ua
through many cen­
turies and is
older than
history itself,
yet very few
outside of
those who have learned from bitter ex­
perience know Anything of its nature or
characteristics. At first a little ulcer or
Bore appears, then glands of the neck or
groins swell pimples break out on the
breast, back or some other part of the
the mouth and throat become 6ore anc
the tongue is at all times badly coated.
Headaches are frequent, and muscles and
joints throb and hurt, especially during
damp, rainy weather. These are some oi
symptoms of that most loathsome of
diseases, Contagious Blood Poison.
This strange pois
on does not affect
eaten np with it within a short time after
being inoculated, while others show but
Blight evidence of any taint for a long
time after exposure, but its tendency in
every case is to complete destruction of
Che physical system, sooner or later.
S. S. S. is a safe and infallible cure for
this bad disease—the only antidote for
this specific poison. It cures Contagious
Blood Poison in every form and stage
thoroughly and permanently. S. S. S.
contains no Mercury, Potash or other
harmful minerals, but is strictly and
entirely a vegetable remedy, and we offer
reward for proof that it is not.
lished years ago,
DEPARTMENT, dolus a noble
work in relieving: suffering'. Give our
physicians a short history of ytmr ease
and set their advice. This will oost
yon nothing, and what you say will be
held in strictest confidence. With
their help and a oopy of our book on
Contagious Blood Poison yon can
manage your own ease and cure your­
self at home.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. 6a.
Same handsome little volumes from
the "Little Print Shop" aft Fargo, but
none handsomer that Edward S. Pet­
erson's "God's Love Letters," being a
collection of poems, for the most part
dediealted to and descriptive ot the
wild flowers of North Dakota. The
collection numbers some musical and
feeling tributes to the flowers, whose
spirit the author seems righltly to
have interpreted. Typographically,
the volumes are exquisite in taste, il­
lustrated with some handsome water
color plates, and artistic in arrange­
ment throughout. There are three
styles of the book, an edition de luxe
being printed with numerous hand­
some illustrations. Peterson's col­
lection of poems has been well re­
ceived, both in the state and out, and
some very flattering reviews have
been written of it. It may be ob­
tained in any style desired from the
autlioa* at Fargo, or by addressing the
"Little Print Shop."
We are in receipt of an interesting
and valuable book entitled "Free
Public Lands," which locates and de­
scribes by counties all the vacant
government lands in the United
States, nearly one billion acres—
farm, grazing,,, timber, mineral, sa­
line, oil and coal lands—with the
laws covering their acquirement
also- tofwnsites and mill- kites, United
States rectangular*: system of land
surveys described and illustrated
with many diagrams and tables, to­
gether with the Spanish system in
use in Texas and- other states. Irriga­
tion is' also discussed understanding
ly. Compiled from the latest author­
ities by Moses Folsom and sent to
any address for 25 cents by Webb
Publishing Com?*any, St. Paul, Minn.
The change in the name of The'
Bra, formerly entitled The Literary
Bra, gives the publishers opportunity
to gtea&ly enlarge its scope. The
October number contains a lot of
good fiction, notable a story by "Q"
—'A. QuSlktr-Couch, one by Gorky,
the new RussiaH writer, another by
William Henry Babcock, having far
its theme the assassination of Presi
dent Lincoln. Poetry and origin!
illustrations are added features.
The Cosmopolitan has endeavored
to make itself known by imely con­
tributions to all important eonivover
sies. Frank Moss, so well known in
the Lexow and Mazet invest!.jitions,
contributes "Municipal Misgovem
ment and Corruption: A Warning to
Patriots" to the November issue. This
considers a curious difficulty: in away
that will be found interesting no* only
to New Yorkers, but to residents of
every part of the United States.
The new telephones have been in­
stalled aft the caipiitol, and a number
of jww 'phones are on the circuit down
&*m MM at once.
sooths* and
Sash tit* diseased mero-
street, New Yoifc.
^43, lb5"f
Mr*. Blank's Mania For Changing
the' Appearance of the Rooms
Brought Trouble to the Male Con­
tingent and Sorrow to Herself.
"Do you change the position of the
furniture when you dean a room
Inquired housewife No. 1 of a friend In
the course of a heart to heart talk.
"Do I? Why, yes, indeed! I don't
feel as if the room is cleaned unless I
change the furniture a little bit. Do
"Well, I usually change the orna­
ments around and so forth, but in the
spring and fall I" like to change every­
thing in a room—completely alter the
whole appearance of it. Then I fancy
the things are all new, and they seem
to look prettier somehow. But, do you
know, my husband doesn't like it at
"Neither does mine! Isn't that singu­
lar? Men are so peculiar!"
"Yes, indeed tbey are!"
So many housekeepers share the
views of these two that a story with
amoral will not be out of place.
It was the other night only that Mr.
Blank went unsuspiciously up stairs to
bed at an unusually early hour, leaving
his wife reading in the sitting room.
He had a headache and carried a gob­
let of water in his right hand. Fear­
lessly advancing into the dark bed­
room Mr. Blank suddenly felt both legs
violently cut from under him. 'He
clutched wildly at the air and said
several things of an exclamatory na­
ture, but there was nothing to save
him. He went down.
"Good gracious, Henry!" ejaculated
Mrs. Blank, hurrying to the scene of
disaster. "What is the matter?
Where are you? Why don't you light
the gas?" Suiting the action to the
word, she beheld her husband sprawl­
ing across the bed the glass be had
carried had discharged its contents
across the pillowshams and shivered on
the floor.
Mr. Blank did the talking for the
next ten minutes. He said that of all
the blankety blank folly of which the
mind could conceive this of changing
furniture around was the worst. He
said it was a pretty thing for a man to
walk into his own room and have to
fall over things in the dark. He said
he wouldn't stand it the, furniture
must be replaced where it formerly
It was the next evening that Master
Blank undertook to carry a pile of
schoolbooks from the dining room to
the sitting room. He had a bottle of
ink in his hand, and he thought he
knew exactly where the center table
was. In the course of his peregrina­
tions in search of it, however, he came
into violent collision with' the glass
door of the bookcase, which he broke.
There were also inky traces discernible
on the carpet when Mrs. Blank came
in. This time there was some balm for
her feelings. She conld spank Master
Blank and did it with the best will In
the world.
Her own downfall was not long in
coming, however, although for a few
days only minor Inconveniences were
met with, such as the abrasion of an­
kles against chair rockers and slight
bruises received by means of sudden
contact with unforeseen obstacles. Last
evening Mrs. Blank undertook to trans­
fer the cage of her pet parrot from the
window where it spends the day to the
snug corner where it passes the night
She did not trouble to light the gas, and
by some unaccountable mental lapse
she had forgotten the precise point at
which a tabouret, on which stood a jar­
diniere, was stationed. She charged
into the tabouret with considerable
force, was overbalanced by the weight
of the cage in her arms and took a
header with & resounding crash. The
parrot shrieked, and, unable to distin­
guish friend from foe, inflicted a severe
bite on her mistress' finger. Mr. Blank
came in hurriedly, picked up his wife
and assisted in making an Inventory of
sundry contusions. Then they lifted
the parrot cage badly bent, and the
jardiniere with a. piece chipped out of
ft and the tabouret somewhat scratch­
ed, and then Mr. Blank observed quiet-
"I have just one tbing to ask you.
Mm* Blank. Was I right?'
"No, you were notP' retorted Mrs.
Blank navagely. "SerlouB accident?
Whaf a serious about this, I should like
to know? For goodness* sake, Henry,
don't stand there trying to look like a
martyr! If you must have the furni­
ture moved back, I'll move it!" And
she did.—Philadelphia Record.
"Why do you apeak so riigbtingly
of that eminent scientist?'
"X didn't mean to speak slightingly
of him/' answered the young man with
the striped shirt front, "bat it does
seem peculiar to me that a man who
knows jnst when the next comet will
arrive and just bow far It i# to the
moon should be so utterly ignorant
when ft comes to a Question of when
lf« time for dinner or .what train to
take to get to the nearest town."—Bos­
ton Traveler.
"I shan't do anything of the kind,"
replied Mrs. Blank. "It -looks very
much nicer where it is. Why don't
you feel where you are going when you
get into a dark room?'
"S'pose you'd like me to crawl In on
all fours!" snarled Mr. Blank. "I
couldn't feel where the bed was unless
I happened to touch the footboard,
thought I could ^alk clear over to the
bureau. I tell you Ifs a confounded
crank you have on this subject. Some
day you'll precipitate a serious acci­
"If any one precipitates, if 11 be you,
I should think," retorted Mrs. Blank
Icily. And the furniture remained
where it was.
Nasal Catarrh, quiokly yieldato treat­
ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is agree,
ably aromatio. It is received through the
nostrils, cleanses and heals the whole sur­
face over which it difluaes itself. Druggisfa
sell the SOo. size Trial size by mail, 10
cents. Test it and you are sure to continue
the treatment.
To accommodate those who are partial
to the
The Book Agent Got One That
Wnsn't Intended I^or Him.
There is a farmer living just north
of Evanston and a book agent some­
where in the cosmopolitan desert of
Chicago each of whom feels that he is
a victim of a cruel circumstance.
Last week the farmer. bad a note
from a nephew to say that the boy
would visit the farm on Thursday
Uncle and nephew had notlmet for fif­
teen years, and the old min drove to
the station in his most uncomfortable
coat that he might welcome his sister's
child. But the young man failed to
arrive. After waiting till the last pas­
senger had disappeared the old man
drove away, disappointed.
The book agent entered into the dra­
matis persona? early the next morning.
Looking over the top rail of the barn­
yard gate, he called, "Hello, uncle!"
The book agent never got such a re­
ception before in all his life. The farm­
er flung the gate wide open, seized the
agent's hand and pressed a whiskered
kiss on the ironclad cheek:
"Say, this must be heaven," mur­
mured the agent, following the farmer
into the house and explaining that ev­
erybody at home was as well as could
be* expected. Not till the agent was
full of a boiled dinner and attempted
to sell a book did the farmer begin to
see a dim light Charged with Imper­
sonating the missing nephew, the
agent explained that he greeted all
elderly strangers as "uncle that he
even had a few almost real ones in
South Clark street in Chicago.
When last seen by the farmer, the
agent was still running, a#d wben the
real nephew does come he may find an
electric current in the latchstring.—
Chicago Tribune.
The Best Man.
For the origin of "the best man at a
wedding" we must go back many cen­
turies, to days when it was the amia­
ble practice of the budding bridegroom
to dijppense with the consent either of
the lady or her father. He simply
waited for-a suitable opportunity to
capture her and make a bolt with his
bride. In this jnterprife be found it
helpful to have the services of a friend
who would assist him in the capture
and keep the pursue^ at bay until he
had got a sufficiently! long etart' This
friend was the prototype of the -"btiwt
man'? of our own unromantte day,
when bis duties are limited to seeing
that the brldegrobm doesn't leave the
ring behind him'or leave the church
without taking his hj*f,witb him..
times do change!
•Mostly 'Fortissimo.
Sunt—It seems strange to me to hear
yon criticise your wife's reflections as
harangues, in view of the fact that In
\V *.
of atomizers in applying liquids
into the nasal passages for
catarrhal trou­
the proprietors prepare Cream Balin in
liquid form, which will be known &s Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Price including the
spraying tube is 75 cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the med­
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
Steered Into a Junior Partnership
by a Chance Gnat of Wind.
"Speaking of taking in partners,"
said a downtown business man, "our
junior was, you might say, blown in on
us, and I saw him started in our di­
rection, though I had no idea of it at
the time.
"Going down town one summer morn­
ing on a Ninth avenue elevated train
I saw sitting opposite to me a young
man who caught my fancy, a substan­
tial, earnest, straightforward looking
chap, whose looks I liked first rate. He
was reading a paper, and presently he
tore off from his paper an advertise­
ment leaf that he didn't want and
threw it out of a window or tried to,
for as a matter of fact it didn't go out.
A gust of wind with just the right
twist to it came along at just that mo­
ment and blew the paper back, to fall
on a vacant seat next to him.
"And as it fell something in it caught
his eye, and he picked up that part
which he had just been trying to throw
away and began earnestly to read it
and ended up by folding it carefully
and putting it in his pocket
"About four minutes after I'd .got in
here that morning this same young
man walks in and applies f[or a place
that we had been waiting for some­
body to fill. Our advertisement for a
man for it was in that paper which 1
had seen this young man try to throw
away, and which a gust of wind, by
one chance in a million or more, had
blown back upon him and in such a
manner as to fix his attention.
"As a matter of fact I hadn't liked
the young man's act of throwing the
paper out of an elevated car window?
A paper floating down and around as
that would do might frighten horses
and lead to no end of trouble and lots
of damage, but no one man thinks
about everything, and he'd learn better
about this, I knew, and so as a matter
of fact I took this young man on the
spot on my first impressions of him.
He far more than made good and in
due course of time he came into his
junior partnership, literally and truly
blown Into it
"Sort o' queer, eh?"—New York Sun.
days of your married life
yon spoke of your wife's voice as tb?
very soul of iQusic.
Blunt—That's all right, too. bnt yoti
see shp's drifted from the li&Udn id
the* Wagnerian
vv 4 i. -v*
ui .,
The Only One Eligible.
Papa—So, Bobby, you're the presi­
dent of your bicycle club. That's very
nice. How did they happen to choose
youl •,
Bobby—Well, you see,, papa, I'm the
only boy that's got a bicycle.—Tit-Bits.
A statistic^ item of interest to. wo­
men is thgi^qday \^omen are'StwO
Inches tall^ Oti im averqgerthanthey
were twenty-flve years ago.
Lampblack mixed with turpentine to
a consistency that will flow readily
prom the brash makes a good marking
Henderson Griimett, of this place,
was stricken with partial paralysis and
completely lost the use of one arm
and side. After being treated by an
eminent physician for quite a while
without relief, my wife recommended
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after
using two bottles of it he is almost
entirely cured.—Geo. R. McDonald,
Man, Logan county, W. Va, Several
other very remarkable cures of partial
paralysis have been effected by the use
pf this linament It is most widely
known, however, as a cure for rheuma­
tism, sprains and bruises. Sold by
Eeardsley & Finney, druggists.
Pineapples come into bearing in Ha­
waii when the plants are four months
old and bear in abundance for years.,
Lettuce can be planted at any time,
and "it develops quickly. The same is
true of celery.
When you, have no appetite, do not
relish your food arid feel dull after eat­
ing you -may know that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
I.iver Tablets. Price, 25 cents,
Samples free at Beardsley & Finney's
Rlee and Ri'oe.
To most people rice is rice, but, not­
withstanding this, there is a consider­
able difference between tbe Chinese or
Japanese and the American article.
The former is darker in color and in no
way compares with the latter in flavor
or quality. Of the American, how
ever, there area number of grades, of
which that grown in the Carolinas is
considered. the best When purchas­
ing, see that, the grains are large,
plump and unbroken..-. In washing be
careful not to break them between the
A tie For the .Hyphen.
A tlacher had just given a lesson on
the hyphen, and thinking that his ciass
understood it now, he wrote the word
"birds-nest" on the blackboard. "Now,
boys, why do we have a, hyphen be­
tween birds and nest?" asked the
Several bands went up, and the
teacher pointed to a small boy who
seemed very anxious to answer. "For
the birds to roost on," was the reply.
—London Tit-Bits^
You needn't keep on feeling dis­
tressed after eating, nor belching, nor
experiencing nausea between mealB.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia
it strengthens the stomach and other
digestive organs for the proper per­
formance of their functions. Take
Hood's. 5
KeUeve$ Kidney
4 Bladder
troubles at once.
Cures in
Each Cafatile
bean, the name— UUM
Beware of useleis
«t& Wv
Cosmopolitan, one year
S yott
them quickly.
New Livery Stable
lure's, one year
v. $1.00
everybody's Magazine, one year 1.00
Success, one yeax
Paasrsoa's, on© year
Jfome Magazine (N. Y.) 1 year
household (Boston) one year.
Woman's Home Companion 1
^very Month, one year 1.00
eager Monthly, one year 1,00
ododern Culture Magazine, 1 year 1.0Q
trie's Popular Monthly, one
Munsey'a Magazine, yes*, .v'
National Magazine, one year.,.
Bmadtray Magasiiie, om
ons ymt
'.• 1.00
looifc aftoH'
shows aomtthhie is
of "vtomea
pain almost
about the
•who at bearW awftd
*i^thsn^ af
palm in their
lower abdomen* about agony of falling
of the womb and thedistrtnof leticorthoea.
They let the months pass and their trouble
becomes harder to cure aiad mare ditfreKing.
But modest women can steutt exemption
from the embftttassmeat of a private euunk
nation. When pain tells them of danger
they can cure themwlves by the .toe of
to the privacy of their homes. You can be
cored without distressing publicity. 'With
these facts before ydu there is no teason for
the delay which is'increasing your misery and wasting the days
of your life. Why not stop tbe pain today
I have used/one bottle ot ^ine ot OarduFand'one^lola^o^ Tkedfoidls
BiMk-Draught. Before I began to take your medicines I had paws in my
baok. hips, lower bowels and «oy arms. Sometimes I thought I would go
blind. My bead aohed and I was so weak I oould- hardly walk aoross the
floor. Now I can only feel a little ot the pain in my side and I am going to
use your medicines until I get cured, for I believe they will certainly our*
me. I have been married twelve years and am the mother of seven children.
you for your wonderful medicine and what it has done for me.
Building Material
We have just unloaded the largest stock of lumber and other build­
ing material ever brought to the city.
Call and get prices and inspect stock.
Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co.
Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn.
General Office and Yard at Bismarck.
Reliable Livery Stable
\fJ 7
I have been in the livery
business so. long- I know the
needs of every one of my cus­
tomers. My prices are right
and rigs the best in the city.
Grain Commissioh & Stock Brokers.
Are building a Copper telegraph wire from Minneapolis to Bismarck whbre
they will open an office, and quote every fluctuation in the markets on the
principle Grain and Stock Exchanges Of the Woftd. The above company
owns and operates the most extensive private wire system in the United States
Minneapolis, AUnnesotis
..Livery Rigs
Are you aware that the driving season is
HOWOD? Whatumorepleaaantthan a spin
or a
drive in the couspri^iiid^ thegreeufiel'ds of
gurleigh county? &?tMghlv
emjoy an dutuigof ldSd it5is eisentirfl
that you have a flrst-elass horse and bofmr.
1' buggy.
p,t reasonable" fates.
THE MOST -p-R|iWA-PTr ^%T,-p.
Any two and Bismarck Weekly
bune one year,
*k$ ss-so ,,
Any three and Bismarck Weekly Trib-s
one one year.
Aiiy two and Btomarok Weekly Trt

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