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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 February 1879

r% ,J 1 lljeSijjinarchSrtbiine. BISMARCK, SATURDAY, FSB. 8, I«5T. IK AAOXIC. Tfcs regular communications of Bismarck I^dge ». 140. A. A A. M., are held in their ball on trst and third mondays tf each month at 7 sa.Btw"" ta IMIR It. COREY, Sec. ISS^JI!" I* Vm The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 13 I, O. O. P., are Held in Maaonie Hall svew Tnes fav. Brother* in good standing are cordiallyin v)Ud. J. M. CARNAHAN, N. O. LOUIS HBftHLBR, R. Sec. iavUod to attend. Union Services every Sunday at the Presbyte­ rian Church at 11 a. m. and at 7 p. m. by Rev. 8. «}. Dodd, of the Presbyterian Church, and Rev. u. W Barnett, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday 8chool at 12 M. Prayer meet- Ins Wednesday and Thursday evenings respect­ ively at 7:80. Arrival and Departure of Mail*. On the North Pacific to and fln»*n the east ar nve Tuesday, Thursday and. Satarday evenings depart Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings' at 7 •'clock. Loavs for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bu ford and the To...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

V-' ., ff •'i^f .iitr--: ij.v"-'•/.-.V -7. v.:.ii'_.: "Mf HsiftJ** "1 J" JPX* fc ,\ ..- 4V 'Vt' 1 ^4" V**?' i^lr/? ffv ,. -i -,£* A* VOL. VI. COXQTTESSIOUAII. ST. PAUL, Feb. 15.—In the Senate the credentials of Senators-elect Jones, of Lou isiana, Groome, of Maryland, and Vance, «f North Carolina, were presented. The House was requested to return to the bill to refund the public' debt, which was passe 1 a few days ago, for amenduientp, so that it should apply to other than five per cent, bonds. Blaiae spoke in favor of the bill to restrict Chinese emigration, two other speeches were made, and Math­ ews offered a substitute for the bill direct­ ing the President to endeavar to negotiate A new treaty before Jaa. 1st, and to abro­ gate the existing one if he failed. A mo­ tion to adjourn was defeated by 14 to 31. After further discussion the Senate ad­ journed without a vote. Hamlin is to «cak to-day, and it is believed the liijl will pa?» t-.iis morning The Chinese le­ gation were gre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

fp & «. "Y ik W$ lp V?, S^ffes Mis IH} ^Miscellaneous Items. Sitting Ball is suspected of being a Grant man. The late Princess Alice was buried wrapped in the folds of an English flag. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton is educating daughter to succeed her on the lecture plat form. Grevy is the figurehead of the good Bhip La the wheel."" ^'v^T^T-•..• •.. The lirat ^pnien clerks employed in the na­ tional treasury were appointed in 1862. There •are now,over 800, _. lira. Mary 8. Barefoot* of Bedford county, fm.. is 88 years old, weighs 240 pounds, artdhas .248 living descendants. -^he.wife of Speaker Randall has just attend •ed iu Washington, forthd first .time in. her life, a large dancing party.™— .Senator Hill, of Georgia, is distinguished by tfcfrat tare and. beautiful possession' familiarly known as "horse sense." A. compositor who is always whining for something "fat" isn't consistent when he'uses A bottle of anti-fat every week. Jay Gould holds the Wall street tiller with a firm ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

IF? fftt#n «V. §1% TlicBaiibow/s Treasure BY JOHN BOTLB 0*BBILLT. Where the foot of the rainbow meets the field And the grass resplendent grew, The earth will a splendid treasure^eld Ab the ol^en story«oes. l- In «j^^lcao^rdJi»B.di*moact?iili For him who can swiftly chase Over torrent and precipice wild, To find the rainbows wanderingb^se here were two in the field at work one day. Two brothei s, who blithely sung, Wh&uicroBs thqlr valley's deep Tpindingiray, The glorious arch was flung, And one saw naught but a sign of rain, And one feared for his sheaves unbound And one is away, over mountain and plain, Till the mystical treasure is found. r-y-' -f •••. »-N A Through forest and stream,' in a blissful dream The.rainbo.w lured him, on rJj.-# Wltfia'siren's guile it loitered awhile, Then leagues away was gone. 1 Over brake and brier he followed fleet ,' The people scoffed as he passed But in thirst and heat, And with wounded feet He closed on the prize at last. *. u' (i It Is clo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

tiie iUamotcb gribunc, *!!!& Bt HUJITlEY.Jt -JEWlLL SUBSCRlPTlOS HATESJ Wkkklt, One Ycaf. Six Months. »»y,v Three Months Wili. Herald. $2 60 1 fiO ta ADVERTISING RAfES: Transient.—OneInch,one time' $1 subsequent Insertions 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, a at Legal Notice*.—Seventy-Are rents per folio for flrst insertion and fifty cents per folio for cach euhsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: tyt inches. three months. $10 5 inches, $lft 10 inches, $25 20 inches. $50. Professional cards. fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines. $3.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, FEB. 15.1S79. Still another boost, vocate alludes to him a Ben®." The Canton Ad "Major General the coming man drink 1—Yankton Thanks. Certainly. Inter-Gary State please take notice. There is a terrible war brewing* be­ tween the Deaclwood Pion...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

C* \t I .1 mm NEWS AND HOTES.0 1S» She sang tuprsao sweetly— \.. .f s, Hervwice was like a lyre V-t' But ou Sunday ebe ate onions, A.nd that banted op the choir. The sugar question: "One ar two lump*, dear?"—Boston, Commercial Bulletin. Tell us, somebody, whjr our law-makers are never arrested for passine worthless bills? Ye who have girls to sleigh, prepare to •ltigh them now.—New York Commercial Advertiser, A barefoot Syracuse girl kicked a burglar out of the house, and an observing mule went behind the barn and wept. Trying to chew caramels "with false 4eeth ranks with trying to untie a knotted shoestring with mittens on your hands, br t© do business without advertising. "Brilliant and impulsive people," said a lecturer on physiognomy, "have black «yes or, if they don't have 'em, they're apt to get 'em, if they'?e too impulsive." "George, dear, don't you think it's rath­ er extravagant of you to eat butter with that delicious jam 5"' "No, love, econom­ ical. &ame piece of bre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

"Witand Humor. A COUP B'BTAT, •wide I zavfe his own peculiar knock, And A %%W If little seeds by slow degree Put forth their leavjes and floweis unheard. Our love iiad grownintoatree. And bloomed wifctogtj* IRS1? word. waited shyly, like a clown. The door was opened. There she stood, Lifting her mouth's delicious brim. How could I waste a thing so good! I took the kiss she meant for him. moment on an awful brink— Deep breath, a frown, a smile, a tear And then, "O, Robert, don't you think That that was rather—cavalier r* —London Society. Mendelssohn's .First Symphony. Wften I entered tfie Argyll: Rooms for the rehearsal dt iny symnhony and found the whole orchestra assembled, and an audience of nearly 200, (mostly ladies, but quite strangers,) and Mozart's sym­ phony was first rehearsed before mine, I was not afraid at all, but very curious and excited. I took a walk while Mo­ zart's piece was being performed, and had a look at the people when I re­ turned, everything was ready, aad ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

iriM^"' eiSMARCK'IliSlMll'./' JOHN iSSSgSSjLu ajLjiijLLJ M-'-njlaii A1JVK8. MERCHANTS BANKiOBBiSKipCK Waw*bMahh,TT Prest. W. R, MmBi* Vice Pros. VI «W«H I Tk TA ah &• BANK OF BISMAftCK. J. W. Raymohij, Prest. W. B. Bell, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on timedeposits. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. 'i OBO. P. Flannkbt. J. K. GRAY WBTHKBBr. TT\L A.N Y* VeTHE RBY Attorneys. j? West Main 8treet« -. PRESTON A TVTLLIAM8—{D- O. Preston, &• A. Willianis.) Dfrfln Street. ahslbt OUT. 4* ?JtATr* Jb PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bought. 7am6 BJustice AVID STEWART- Attorney at Law andCity JOHNu 76tf A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. re E. CAR LAND, Attorney at Law, aud County Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D.F PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON, Anri U. S. SurgeOXL Office at Dunn's Drag Store.. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. |Offle« next to tit* llu"* Bntlrti"K WDL A. BBNTLBT, PHYSICIAN AND SUR6E0N, Office. Tribune block, up ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 February 1879

11 &&&*•-• te- m? BISMAItCK. SATURDAY, FiSB. 15 1819. XAtiOXlC. The regular cominmnications of Bisraarcl^Lodge Hd. 129, A. & A. M., are held in their ball on the first and third moudays of each in on ta at 7 v. m. Brother* in good landing are cordially in­ vited. JOSiiPU BARti, W.Jtf. KMEA N. CpKEY, #ec.\ I.O.O.F. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 t. O. O. F., are held ill Masonic liall every Toes Hmy. Brothers in good standing arc cordially in *Tted J. M. OARNAHAN, N. ii. LOUIS flSCHLKIt, A. Seo. RHUGIOU8 8EBVICE8. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. Director. Services at tho. brick school house «jvery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday school after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. Union Services every Sunday at the Presbyte­ rian Church at II a. m. audat 7 p. m. by Rev. 8. G. Dodd, of the Presbyterian Church, and Rev. Church. Sunday School at 12 M. Prayer meet­ ing Wednesday and Thursday evening* respect­ ively at 7:30. Arrival ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

VOL. VI. 1 %4i tu1' BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE NEWS GOBBLED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. The Evidence All In, and Ken* to be Acquitted—The President Approves liieut. Jerome's Sentenee—Congres sional—Numerous Conflagrations— JHiscellaneoas Slews. [Special Dispatch to the Tribune.] .... THE RENO CASli. .. ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. 23.—The evidence in the Reno case is before Judge Advo­ cate General Dunn, and it is believed he will acquit Reno of any blame in Cus­ ter's fate. SENTENCE APPROVED. Lieut. Jerome's sentence, given by the court martial recently held here, has been approved by. the President. It is a dis missal for drunkenness and questionable financial opeiations. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate committee on pensions agreed to an fmportant amendment to the bill which provides for the appointment of a corps of sixty surgeons who are to exam­ ine every pensioner on the rolls, and if any are not entitled to pensions they are to be dropped. The effect will be to de­ crease the amount due for...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

.0 4 IfbMrs OF TAB WEEK CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. Feb 15tb a crazy son shot hi Ira Stewart, at Watertown N. Y. Two colored cooks quarreled in the kitchen of a hotel in Memphis, when one shot the -other,- giving: probable- morteM^ wound. Alexander Yaughan, convicted of bal­ lot box stuffing in Petersburgh, Va., has been sentenced to one year in the penetentlary, and to pay a fine of $250 and costs.: The revenue agent at Burleigh, N. C. reports'capturing-a number of distillers and SXi "f stills and a large quantity of low wines and Whisky. In the fight two moonshiners were wounded. ,, •. The Sheriff of Washington county,. Pa., as has arrested between sixty and seventy rioting strikers. The commandant of the militia of the district has been instrueted to aid the sheriff if necessary. A daughter 16 years old, of a farmer living near Columbia, 111., was ravished, while on her way to school, by a strapping negro weighing 200 pounds. He fled was pursued and supposed to have been captured. He h...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

S. «f«. u-*&&-T£$Hja».k BY SCSAK H. WIXOH. .:& "If jou please, sir, Mrs. ^fajrinnis Baya she ean't come to wash wiridowB to-day, because she is sick, and wants to know would you be kind enough to come §md see hef, affd please keepth^ jdb'^lS^^ts^ellt'f' 0 The little figured i» he t-door way Jnf Dr. Howard's office, gazing wistfully into the doc­ tor's face, was a study. She was clud in a 8omewhat uncouth dress, originally of some grayish material, but pieced, darned and patched with various kinds of' goods, until! it resembled "Joseph's coat of many colors?* JZ red handkerchief was pinned under her chin, which heightened the brilliancy of a pair, of sparkling black eyes, and amass of jet black, tangled curls were pushed back from a pale face that, un­ der any circumstances, would be pronounced one of rare beauty." Her stockingless' feet were encased in a pair of old rubbers which she confessed to haying picked from a sc'avr enger barrel. Dr. Howard gazed at the wan littl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

fidmarck ®ribune. BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Winar, One Year, J2 50 Six Months. 150 Three Months 75 ADVEBTISING BATES: Transient.—One inch, one time1 $1 subsequent naertions,60cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate., Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and- fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One inch, three months, $5: 2V4 inches, three months. $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $35 20 inches, $30. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines. $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills, for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATUBDAY, FEB. 22, 1879. IN another column will be found the ad­ vertisement of Messrs. Pennell & Roberts, to which attention is solicited, not so much for the character of mules offered as for the frank confession as to the manner in which the firm acquired possession of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

ROLLICKING HIGHWAY ROBBERS. FOUR masked men strike A BONANZA. They Attack an Ambnlanee Under ^anSaeort of-Militia and Btb the In mates or Several Thousand Dollars --Morris C»hn the Heaviest looser— A Marine Deed. 'i' DIGWIFIED CHEEK. -j That highway robbery Is becoming a fine art is fully illustrated in the experi­ ences of a party composed of Mr. Morris Cahn, a Miles City merchant Lieut. Sib­ ley, Second Cavalry, Fort Keogh Col. Rice, Fifth Infantry, Fort Keogh, and the orderly, driver, who left Miles City Wednes day, February 6. A short distance behind the ambulance was the baggage wagon which contained two discharged soldiers and several privates, all armed. Still in the rear of the baggage wagon rode a soli­ tary, unsuspecting sergeant. A few scattering flakes of snow were falling lightly and a gentle breeze was wafting them through the cracks of the ambuiance in such a manner as to cause the passengers to snugly tuck themselves away in the robes and sleep. TH\£ SUDDEN SURPRISE....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

i. .•: Wf?Wr LookingBack. »A barefoot chfld,! Sets down herbaskettll And, taming, To a classmate, tekin* O'er sunny #eld«^WM« by Antf looking back. •with bright face saddened, a young eirl leans One glimpse to catch of fast-fading scenes Learning the sorrow that parting means, As, borne along by the hurrying train, •. living her schooldays o'er again, She's looking back. A fairer picture there cannot be Than yon vessel, sailing, proud anc free, Out to the billowy, open sea Tet a lair young bride with wistful eyes From deck to where the bluCshore lies, Keeps looking back. A widow stands by a lonely grave W 1 O'er which the sheltering grasses wave, Harked by a scene with no record, save The mossy traceries of changing years And to the far bright past with tears Is looking back. Whitely and silently falls thesnow On the meadows still, and cold winds blow O'er the dark'ning fields, as, sighing low, An aged woman, for the last time, seems A child again in happy dreams Still looking back....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

III hi vv UJ -Iras isarffis 1REC W. RAYHOKD, Prest. W. B. Bm, Cash. A general banking business transacted. later­ al allowed ontime deposits. Coilectionsprompt Ijr attended to. QKO. P. FULKMXBT. i. K. WSXKBHBY. Tpl^^BB?r*V'WrHBItBY—Attorneys. Jj West Main Street. "DEEBTON A WIMJAM8-(D.O. JT A. Williams.) Main Street. E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SDR6E0N, And U. S. Examining Surgeon, "j Office at Dunn's Drug Store.: 5 kt. S) DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. •Office next to the Ibnne Ituildlnff. Wm. A. BBNTLBT, PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON, Office, Tribune block, up stairs, next door west of Post Office. Calls left on the slate In thk office promptly at* tended to. 60 A. T. BIGELOW, ». ». 8. E N 1 S T. Office W«st End Main Street. HOTELS. Sheridan House, B. H. BLY, Proprietor. The largest and best Hotel In Dakota Territory. CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, BISMJLRCK, JP. T. MERCHANTS HOTEL, Cor. Main and 3d St., BISMARCK, D....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1879

iP r-W® ^''i"*fr'a,^^ yvjS' JWI Ji'h:' 1 vi%s 1 J-tflU!' 1J- 5 iten BISMARCK, SATURDAY, FSB, tt, IKS. HA§osric: The regblar communications of Blemarck Lodge o. 120,1. F. A A. M., are held in their hall on i« first and third mondkys of each month at 7 m. Brothers in good "tending ure cordiallyln ted. JOSEPH HARiC, W.H. JEMEB N. CORKT, 8oc. I.O.O.F. The reguiar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. IS O. O. P., ©iy' lif O. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues- Brothers in good standing arc cordially in ty*ned. J. M. CARNAHAN, N". G. LOUIS HECHLKR, R.Sec. ....,• -r.-A BELIftlOUMHEBVICEH. Ux »vj 4 •i ""EPISCOPAL CHURCH—jiteV. J. «. Miller, B. 'i :^D., rector. Services at the brick school honse every Sunday at 11 a.m.. and 7 p.m. Sunday school after morning service. All are.cordially r*vu ?. Invited.to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the.City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. -Sunday School immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting every Thursday even ing at 7:...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 March 1879

\W '"rtS rWM^t hi f«a VOL-. VI. W« -*p^ ^*r*$ 4. 5*^ ^*Aar--*e^ l^?tr^kv":Tt RED RASCALS ON THE RAMPAGE. yt&ifrl 'htJk~ifA- «sm (J tfi, i-"-i«iv^ ,,S:-j5^ STARTLING. ACCOUNTS OF INBI ^y^~f$i&N.)':.••-. REDSKINS. During th« past week "the iBdian" has snade himself notorious and somewhat un­ popular. Every person in the city has had ^in Indian story to relate, and some of them have been more truthful than entertaining. Every teamster on the line of travel to the -various' Stations and- posts up and down the river has brought in Indian "news," tind the blustering winds from every di­ rection have whistled the tune of an In­ dian war dance through the key-hole of every double-barred door in town. .-r ,• jLast Monday came to light the first evi­ dence of the existence of red skins in this vicinity. F',%1 THE VICTIM. Louis' N.essit,' a young Swede about twenty-sev^'" years of "age,'*emproyed in -driving a grain wagon for the North­ western Stage & Transportation Company betwee...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 March 1879

"How the Parson Broke the Sabbat h. On the grate of Parson Williams .. The grass is brown and bleached *$r It is more than fifty winters v.% Since he lived and laughed and preached. sVf'i'But his memory in New England No winter snow can kill o, Of his goodness and his drollnes3 i^f| Countless legends linger st'11. Anil among those treasured legends 'T^tfld thtBOMe'flrboonr "S33S How he got in De icon Crosby's hay On a,Sunday afternoon. He was midway in a sermon, Most Orthodox on grace, "When the soundvof distantxhunder, Broke the quiet of the placet Now the meadow of the Orowsbys Lay full within his sight. As he glanced from out the window Which stood open on his right. And the green and fragrant haycocks By the acre'there did stand IJot a meadow like the Deacon's r?, 0 Far and near in all the land. .. Auick and loud the claps of thunder Went rolling through the skies, -1 And the Parson saw his Deacon Looking out with anxious eyes. •"Now, my brethren," called the Parson, v* And he c...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 March 1879

JlITffl J,. TAPPI IISUUII oal preparation Catarrh: GentlemttfrnJ 1*1« hd Ga« tarrh for tefjyeatt, and forfhe JMTSI1 Teart luTg been a terrible sufferer. I was rendered partially deaf had buzzing in the head, pains across the tem- severe pain across the chest, and every indication of consumption. My head ached all the time. The matter accumulated so rapidly In my head and throat that I coitfd notfeeeji themfree. Frequently at night I would spring out of bed. it seemed to me, at the point of suffocation. able to sleep again. For a pcrionjf «i years my tonsils were ulcerated and so mnch inflamed that I could with difficulty swallow. I finally consulted an eminent surgQonJn fegardfo an operation on them,' but at bis request postponed It. The constant Iri-L flamrnatlon andulcer&jlonfn my throat caosed by the poisonous matter droppingdown from my head had so Jrritated and Inflamed my lungs that I eocbm ed incessantly,—a deep. hdrd cough. Meanwhile my system began to show the effjects ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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