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So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine has the demand (or one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so great as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints. Mrs. Pinkham invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Such corre spondence is seen by women only, And no charge is made. ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTKD-Girl for gtmarnl hnuwwork. Ap» ply to Mrs. R. Turner, 164 A street. TjH)R SALE -Fine business lot on Main street between Third and Fourth streets. M. P. Steels. "DOOMS and board for four gentlemen. In quire from 9 to 12 mornings. No. 17 Ros ier street. XXTANTED- Competent girl for general house* work. References required. Apply 622 Third street. Mrs. S. W. Derrick. Vf EN— Our catalogue explains how we teach hnrber tiade in short time. Mailed free. Moler Bartwr College, Minneapolis, Minn. (RANTED —A position as clerk or salemati in a store, or inland and real estate of fice. by a married, intelligent and energetic man of 40. Speak* and writes English. Herman and Hnhemiau. Has large acquuintance aud can givo references. Allre*s C. T., care the Bismarck Tribune. W VMANTEP Faithful person to travel for well established house in a few counties, call ing ou retail merchants and ageuts. Local ter ritory. Salary $1024 a year aud expenses, pay able $19.70 a week in cash and ex(enses advanced. Position permanent. Business successful and rushiug. Standard Kou.se, 334 Dearborn St., ihicago. lIXi WITH C.I. Khllk-UW Y«Rk LI Ft PROFESSIONAL CARDS P. E. BYRNE Official Abstracter of Titles ron BURLEIGH COUNTY Abstracts KU'truiitoed Viy bond of Telephone !W THIRD ST., 1USMARCK. N. D. A. T. PATTE3SON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Money to Loan C. D. EDICK KIRMT NAT'L HANK HLOOR INSURANCE I And Security Bonds. Pboue 15. KIRMT NA HANK H- I®****##-**#*#**!***##®*®#** I E. 6. FIELD, 1 FURNITURE, RUGS. CARPET SAMPLES, UNDERTAKING. THE CITY Maximum temperature today, .TO. Minimum temperature today, 17. Forecast for North Dakota for the twenty-four hours ending tonight at 8 o'clock: & All Goods New, and Prices the Littlest. E. 6. FIELD., •••a ...First National Bank BIBMAECFT. N. D. ESTABLISHED IN L«7» C. B. LITTI.K, Pres. F. D. KKNDRICK, Vice Pres. S. M. PYE, Caehier. J. L. BELL, Asst. Cash. CAPITAL, tl00,000. Interest Paid on GMMIWI 1 Time Deposits. Baaklaf Bulw Tia i—rtxl niiiBiniimiiiiimn Generally fair and cooler Wednesday Prisoners Brought In—Three pris oners. sentenced for robbery, were brought to the pen yesterday by Sher iff Twichell, of Cass county. Good Wind Story—Henry Hohrer. of Washburn, took out his watch last week in the high wind to see what time it was and the wind blew the crystal out. Minstrel Entertainment—The date for the minstrel entertainment to be1 given for the benefit of the Catholic church organ fund, has been set for January 27. Daughter III—Louise Johnson, the! little daughter of Senator Johnson, of I Washburn, is ill with scarlet fever, but the disease is in a mild form and no danger is apprehended. On the Sick List—Mr. Ash worth,' the subscription agent for the St. Paul' Dispatch, who is stopping at the Grand Pacific, is on the sick list with a severe attack of throat trouble. New Clerk's Desk—The Northwest has made a convenient change In the arrangement of the clerk's desk and will greatly help to facilitate the work of the gentlemanly persons in charge thereof. Late Shipment of Sheep—A large trainload of sheep passed through the city yesterday enroute to market. Al-1 though it seems late in the season to be shipping sheep it speaks well for the moderate weather prevailing In this sectioa. ,'lj| Palmer is Busy—Representative Palmer is working overtime during the recess extolling the merits and wonderful advancement made by his town. Williston, during the past year, and also slyly interjecting a few good words for Williams county and the territory tributary thereto. Palmer is not a professional real estate boomer —but he has a nack in interesting his listeners which will undoubtedly re sult in drawing attention to the sec tion which Mr. Palmer so heartily champions. Dr. Porter in Japan—A handsome souvenir postal from Yokohama, Japan, contains the information that Dr. Porter reached that point on Dec. 22—twenty days out from San Fran cisco. His next stop was to be Tokio. All well and having a good time in the land of the Mikado. Snow Bucking on Soo—Trainmen on the Soo report that the snow line is met a few miles east of Wishek, and that they have had quite a little snow bucking to do down in that part of the country. At Fairmount, which is on the boundary line between North Dakota and Minnesota, (he main line trains were snow bound twenty-four hours. Peddlers Arrested—Two Syrian peddlers, who have made their head quarters at Washburn, wore arrested on complaint of a farmer named Ed win Stolinger. charged with assault with intent to kill. They were held in $5,000 bail for trial. The two men assaulted Stolinger with a pitchfork, and afterward shot at him. The as sault was unprovoked. The Meeting of Sheepmen—Much interest is being manifested in the meeting of the sheepmen, which will take place the 2Sth and 2!th of this month, in Bismarck, says tie Knimr.ns County Record. It is worth vhile for any man who is interested in sheep to attend, as much inforrnatinr as to methods in sheep-raising is exchanged at these meetings. Death From Gunshot—Francis Mar cv. who lives in Oliver county, was ac cidentally shot last week- and died from the effects. He was out ,on a wagon with a gun when the wagon was toppled over and the weapon dis charged, inflicting a wound which proved fatal, after the injured man had driven to Mandan, in search of medical aid. Marey was a married man. I Engine Derailed—Engine 1418. one of the powerful freight locomotives on this division of the Northern Pacific, got off the track in the east end of the yards last night and was there sev eral hours. After retracking the en gine the tender was derailed and some of the coupling mechanism was dis arranged which caUKd a further delay and a lot of work for the train boys. Had Narrow Escape—In the prairie fire near Linton last week Adam Paul, a Russian living on the Horton farm northwest of town, lost everything, and he and his family had a narrow escape for their lives. They were at the dinner table when the lire struck the place and it came onto them so suddenly that thev did not have time to attemnt to save anything but them selves. which they did bv crawling into a dug-out, Mr. Horton'fl loss Is a house, barn, hay and a team of horses. See the photographic demonstration at Phelps' Jan. 14—this afternoon. 3 1 6 COE "1 THE WEATHER. I 0 1 0 $ & $ .© a- ,©v S $ 1 $ Extends Thanks—Ralph Wheelock observes in "Thoughts on Th'ng?" in the Minneapolis Tribune: Capt. Wal ter F. Cushing has our thanks for an invitation to attend the reception and ball to be given Governr.r White, of North Dakota, by Company A. First Infantry. N. I). X. G.. in Bismarck on Thursday evening If Hie captain can guarantee that the cars will be runi ning regularly back and forth on this occasion it will be'awfully hard for us to keep away. 3 0: I it. a abolished—the latest step In the prog ress of photography. BI8MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1903 COMMISSION O A N (Incorporate.) Grain and Stocks Monitors MiniHaiHlis Indepen dent Grain and Stock KXCIIRIIKO. Ship Us Your Cash Grain We auarantec Highest Market Price. Our Commlsdon Is Only Cent Per Bushel. WE BUY AND SELL Wheat, Corn and Oats For future delivery at a com* mission of 1 life per bushel. we cnorge no interest lor carrying long siocks. UAOGIliC ,c A bushel on grain. IvIAnQlllv & A share on docks. REFERENCES: 108 MATIONUL AND STATE BUNKS. Private wires to all Leading Ex change*, and to 87 leadiUK towns in the Northwest. General Offices, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. a8 & 9, First National Bank Bid's BI5J1ARCK, N. D. D. P. LONG, Local Manager. Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treat* ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is agree* ably It is received through the nostrils, cleanses and heals the whole sur faoe orar which it diffuses itself. Druggists sell ths 50c. size Trial size by mail, 10 cents. Test It and you are sure to continue the treatment Announcement. To accommodate those who are partial .iplying liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal trou- to the use of atomizers in app bin, the propnetors prepare Cream Balm in liquid form, which will be known as Ely'j 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. Business Opportunities for All. Locations in Iowa, Illinois, Minne sota and Missouri, on the Chicago Great Western railway the very best agricultural sections of the United States, where farmers are prosperous and business men successful. We have a demand for competent men with the necessary capital for all branches of business. Some special opportunities for creamery men and millers. Good locations for general merchandise, hardware, harness, ho|SyTup, tels, banks and stock buyers. Corres pondence solicited. Write for maps and Maple Leaflets. W. J. Reed, In dustrial Agent, 60 Endicott Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. 20 Per Cent Off on all Dress Goods, Dress Linings, Trimmings and Dross Findings. $ 5.00 Jackets $2.50 $12.50 Jackets 6,25 $24.50 Jackets $12.10 TOM LAMB SAID TO BE INSANE.! Well Known North Dakotan Confined in an Asylum at Washington, Charged With Insanity. Washington, Jan. 12.—Thomas J. Lamb, formerly labor commissioner of North Dakota and for the past two years in the office of the sergeant-at arms of the senate as the appointee of Senator Hanabrough. was commit ted to St. Elizabeth's asjiutn for the insane by the local authorities yester day and will be brought before one of the judges of the local courts next Friday to determine whether he shall be permanently committed to that in stitution. Lamb was arrested a week or more ago on the charge of having threat ened his wife, but was released and subsequently taken into custody again and committed for examination. It is said that I^amb has been dissipating of late, and while not violent at all times, it was deemed advisable to put him in restraint. Probably his mal ady will yield to treatment. One of Lamb's brothers is here and will re main until the case is disposed of. It is stated authoritatively hv mem bers of the family and in addition by those outside of the family who are in possession of the facts, that Lamb has not been cruel to his wife. Under the laws of the district of Columbia certain definite allegations must be made in order to secure proper treat ment at St. Elizabeth's for this case, and in order to bring Lamb within the meaning of those laws, the charge concerning his wife was made. It is quite certain that the case will yield to treatment. JUDGE WOLF CHIEF. Wante to Know the Status of the New Treaty With Berthold Indians. Elbowoods, N. D„ Jan. 7, 1903. Hon. M. H. Jewell, My Dear Friend: I wish want to know if you heard any of the government which we are In dians of this reservation made new treaty with through Mr. James Mc Laughlin, Inspector. I think Mr. Mc Laughlin is very good man, don't you? I like to hear it about that we made treaty when they will complete made from government. From your friend, WOLF C. CHIEF. Judge. IF THE BABY IS CUTTING TEETH, Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live rents a bottle. $125.00 Beaver Jackets $75.00 50.00 Near Seal Jackets 35.00 Ladies' Wrappers and Dressing Sacques. $1.00 quality 66c. 1.25 quality 75c. 1.50 quality $1.10. 2.00 quality 1.25. 2.60 quality 1.75. Outing Flannels* Ginghams, Prints and Muslins. 5c quality 3c. 8c quality 5c. 10c quality 7c. 12Jc quality 8c. 15c quality 10c. 20c quality 16c. 26c quality 20c. In order to reduce stock quick before taking inventory we will give a discount sale for cash from j£S» 1 20 to 50 per cent from our regular prices 50 Per Cent Off on all MILLINERY. Ladies', flisses' and Children's Jackets. 8.00 ackets 4.00 15.00 Jackets 7.50 30.00 ackets 15.00 FUR GARMENTS. 25 Per Cent Off on All Fur Scarfs and Fur Goods. Dress Skirts and Petticoats. $1.50 kind for. $1.15. 2.00 kind for 1.50. 3.00 kind for 2.25. 5.00 kind for 3.75. 6.50 kind for 4.75. 7.50 kind for 5.25. 10.00 kind for 7.60. Bedding. 65c Blankets 45c. 85c Blankets 65c. $1.00 Blankets 75c 1.50 Blankets $1.10. 2.00 Blankets 1.50. 4.50 All Wool Blankets 3.25. 6.50 All Wool Blankets.. 4.85. 10.00 All Wool Blankets 7.75. 12.50 All Wool Blankets.. 9.75. Discounts on everything in above departments. Mail orders promptly filled. WEBB BROS. IgOK OUT FORm-jj ©tarrhW a When the cold wave flag isup, freezing weather is on the way. Winter Where in earnest, and with it all the miserable symptoms of Catarrh return—blinding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges from the nose and throat, a hacking cough and pain in the chest, bad taste in the mouth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh the most.sickening and disgusting of all complaints. It causes a feeling of per sonal defilement and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious white in the company of others. In spite of all efforts to prevent it, the filthy secretions and mucous mat ter find their way into the Stomach and are distributed by the blood to every nook and corner of the system the Stomach and Kidneys, in fact every organ and part of the body, be come infected with the catarrhal poison. This disease is rarely, if ever, even in its earliest stages, a purely local disease or simple inflammation of the •ose and throat, and this is whysprays, washes, powders and the various in haling mixtures fail to cure. Heredity sometimes back of it—parents have it and so do their children. In the treatment of Catarrh, anti septic and soothing washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing the and throat, but this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh permanently, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load' of foul secretions, and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. S. which no equal as a blood purifier. It restores the blood to a natural, healthy state and the catarrhal poison and effete matter are carried out of the system through the proper channels. S. S. S. restores to the blood all its good qualities, and when rich, pure blood reaches the inflnwH membrane and is carried through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected portions of the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and the patient is relieved of the most offensive and humiliating of all ve£e*able A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself, even when but slightly disordered or over loaded. Kodol supplies the natura' juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach, relaxing the nervoup tension, while the inflamed muscle' of that organ are allowed to rest and heal. Kodol digests what, you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich, red blood. E. G. Patterson & Co. PRE-INVENTORY SALE 20 Per Cent Off on our Entire Shoe Stoc^. 10.00 acke ts 5.00 20.00 Jackets 10.00 35.00 Jackets 17.50 $55.00 Astrachan Jackets $40.00 65.00 Near Seal Jackets, with Marten Collar and Be vers 45.00 25 Per Cent Off 3 Manchester, Vm, Xareh 6,1901. Gentlemen:—X had all the symptoma that accompany this disease, such aa mueue dropping ia the throat, a eon* atant dealt* to hawk and spit, feeliaff of dryness In the throat, coojrh and spittin* upon risla* In the morning, aoaba forming In the nose, whleh re quired mnoh effort to blow out, some times causing the noee to bleed and leaving me with a sick headache. had thus suffered fbr five years. oommenoed to take I. I. after I a. remedy and contains nothing that could injure the Most delicate constitution. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms, and cases apparently incurable and hopeless. Write us If you have Catarrh! —our physicians will advise you without charge. THE SWIFT SPEOtnO OO., ATLAHTA, ftba •it ad Underwear and Hosiery. 25 per Cent Off on all Silk and Wool Waists. and had taken three large bottles, notloed a ehange for the batter. Thus encouraged,! oontlnuedto taka It and In a short while waa enttnlf oured. JT7DSOV A. mt.t.aw *aln and Vine St*., Kichatond, KclwvaKidnev 4 Bladder troubles at cnce SANTAL ®SS5I,N A S E MIDY 0.8 CE8 Each Capsule •wn the name— OUffJ ricwarr of uselcs* nimterfrir. I & Wi I $ 0 'G! 0 0' $ & & ,0. & "0' .0 '0 I 0 1 0. 0' 0' 0 .0. 0 A