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HUMAN HAIR.
A Few of the Faahloaabl* Ithidn and
How It la Produced.
New York Star.
A faghiooable up-town dealer io human
bair wu pleased to give some InformatloD
recently concerning her trade to a writer
for tbe Btar. On being atked if ber busi
ness is one that is generally profitable, «bc
replied:
"Millions of dollars' worth of human hair
is imported In this city every year—tbe
Lowiebon Brothers alone tmpertios
$50,000 worth, having agenta in Europe
all ibe time to secure tbe beat possible
sales in tbe various markets in which it is
sold. There are three classes of dealers—
first, the importers second, tbe first-class
buyers third, the manufacturers who use
combings the refuse of tbe tables at which
wigs aud curls have been manufactured."
"Which color is considered tbe choicett
in the trade?"
"Tbe ash blonde, a blue blonde, if I may
so call it, is the rarest, the most beautiful
and tbe most expensive. It is only found
in Germanv, Norway, and some parts of
noithern Europe, and cannot be imitated
dyeing."
"What of the eoldtn blonde color bow
that produced, as it is rarely natural?"
"Sometimes it comes from bleaching tbe
hair. Some shades of hair will turn that
color if a certain wash is used on tbe head,
and the bair exposed to tbe sun. You
know how the Venetian ladies of old are
described as sitting on tbe house-tops with
tbeir long locks wet with bair dye, drawn
tbrousrb tbe open crown of a large Slraw
brimmed hat, in order to change tbeir
brown or auburn hair into pale gold colors.
In this, as In everything else, history ia re
producing itself."
"But there is some wonderful hair-dye
used at present."
"You allude to tbe blondine. That was
discovered in tbe year 1818. A certain Dr.
Richardson introduced it in London as a
cure for consumption. A. Frenchman a
few years later while taking this misiure
from day to day for a cough, dropped a lit
tle of it on bis mustache, and was surprised
to find it turning to a golden blonde. It
bad heeo called by some other name, but the
ingredients are precisely the same."
"What does it resemble?"
Here mudnuie showed me a bottle of a
colorless liquid.
"You see it has no color—and it is with
out perfume. It is made like ice-creim, that
is It is frozen when manufactured. Let me
show you tbe effect of it. on dark hair.
Here is a switch of bair wbich bus been wet
once in the blomiioe. You see, it Is of a
daik red here is another which has been
wet twice—it is of a lighter shade of red
and so on to the sixth dyeing, wbich has
effected a complete change from very dark
brown into the lovely golden blonde, so
coveted at the preseut time by the would-be
beauties of tbe gentler sex."
"Do ladies dye tbeir own hair?"
Ob yes we sell quxntities of dye for
borne use. It is only fii per bottle, and
good for tbe growth of tbe bair."
"Where do the wholesale dealers make
their laegeBt purchases?"
"Well, from all parts of Europe, but most
ly from France and Oermany, there are men
who make it tbeir business to go from house
to bouse among tbe pe»smtry to buy tbe
bair from tbe heads of tbe youug women.
They are called "Scalpers." It is tbe moth
er who sells ber daughter's bair. She calls
ber dausbtcr in from tbe field and makes
ber sit down before the scalper, who turns
ber bair over her face like a vail, and tben
cuts tbe crown locks. In two years a new
crop is grown ready for another sale. These
country girls never use anything but beef
tallow as a dressing, and tbeir hair is very
healthy and strong. The Italian hair is apt
to be filthy it has not so good a sale, and
it ia coarser. Tbe Chinese bair brings tbe
lowest price, it ia so very coarsen-just like
horsei-bair."
"You do not mention-American hair—is
it not In tlie market?"
"American hair is considered valueless-it
has no essential growth. There is some
thing in the climate that produces baldness,
or it may be our rapid style of living at any
rate witb some few exceptions, there are
few persona among ns who have healthy
beads of hair. No other nation of women
have so much bair dressing as we have, not
even the French women, and all these mix
tures and pomatums used as hair-dressing
arc ruinous to tbe sclap. The first class
dealers never purchase American bair. It
can be bought, of course,at the hospital, and
some purcbuses of it are said to be made."
AN DIM DENIABLE TRCTH,
You deserve to suffer, and if you lead
a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this
beautiful world it is entirely your own
fault and tliero is only one cxcuse for
you,—your unreasonable prejudice and
skepticism, which has killed thousands.
Personal knowledge and common sense
reasoning will soon show you that
Green's August Flower will cure you of
Liver complaint, or Dyspepsia, with all
its miserable effects, such as sick head
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ach, habitual costiveness, dizziness of
the head, nervous prostration, low spirits,
t&c. Its sales now reach every town on
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but will tell you of its wonderful cures,
You can buy a Sample Bottle for 10 cents.
Three closes will relieve you.
Sold by Mills & Purdv.
HALUS VKGKTABLE SICILIAN
HA
IH RGNBWER.
Is scicntific combination ot sdfne of the
most powerful restorative agents in the
vegetable kingdom. It restores gray hair
to its original color. It makes tlie scalp
whiie Aiid clean ,lt cures dandruff and
humor«v^md talling'out of the hair. It
furuishe« tlie nutriiivc principle by which
the hair is nourished unsupported. It
makes the hair moist, 8ol't, aud glossy, and
is unsurpassed as a hair dressing It is
the most economical preparation ever of
fered to the public, as its effects remain
a long time, making only an occasional
application nccessary. It is recommended
and used by eminent medical men, and
officially endorsed by the State Assaycr
ot Massachusetts. For sale by all dea
lers. Sold liy Mills & Pnrdy Yankton
CARD.
T.) all who are suffering from the error*
and indications of vouth, nervous weak
netw, early decay, lom of manhood, &c., I will
send a recipe that will cure yqu, FREE
Oh CHARGE. This great retnedy was
discovered by a mimionarjr in South Ameri
ca. Sand a self-addressed envelope to the
Rb.v Joskph T. Ikman, 5tario«|D. Bible
House, Km York {if*.
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Yankton, .... Dakota
DO A GENRKAL
Banking, Collection & Loan Business
Tbe same as National Banks.
Buy and sell exchange on the principal cities
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Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate
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GROCERIES,
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Yankton Dakota
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HARDWARE, STOVB8
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Of Mnry Pwcriytiia,
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ZINA FUCHEY, Agent,
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i*ish and
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Always on band.
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Book Keepers
These expenses, saved bv
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still afford a margin for an
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Patrons of Lavender's Cash
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Goods delivered free to anv
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Third 8treet,
YA2JKTON T.
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and Surgeons Licentiate of the Boyal College
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•ith St., Bet. Pine and Mulberry,
YANKTON. DAKOTA
H. DEITRICH, M. D.f
YANKTON,
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At night or out of otBce hoars, eaiPkt mv rest
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TIME TABLE,
To tak* efect Wednudag, May 1,
nunt aona«
!miti lOTir
**»T
STATIONS.
Irunsnii
I.HNneetS..
141
l.M
4.05
«.» tVKBWLLION. (M7
..
.nrmaoii.. In.u»e«t
DAVI8 JUNtrrS
.11.15
..tBLK POINT.. UMSpasM
BUBBAKK... 10.11
MBCEMXe... t.U
kM OAYVUXB... 8.48
5.80 VAMK8 B1VEB. S.24
(.12 KHOPS 8.04
1.16 Arrive ...tYAMKTOH... 8.00a.n.LeiTr
•PlagButions. tTdegraph Station*
CONNECTIONS.
1. AtSloaxOlty with Illinois Cn..ral, K:ouz
City and Paclflcand Slonx City and St. Panl K«i
roads.
8 Passenger train,
Junction with branc
landville at 12.19 p.m.
Howard's stages for Virglnls. Bdeu, Kairvlew
•elelt. Canton, Barnsbnrg, Flandrean, Linwood,
Bock Rapids, Slonx Falls and all points on tbe
Big Moax Biver, and from leaving PortlandTille
at 1.15 p. m., connects at Davis Junction
train going west.
kin going east connects
at Ds vii
sncn trains arriving »t tort
.m.,aa4then connecting with
for Virginia. Bdeu, Kairvlew
witb
Neb.
I. At Btk Point with stages for -i e»
anditlchla d.D.I.
4. At Vermillion with stages for Lodl, Rlvti
side, Trrner, BlooAtngdsle and Flnlay.
i. At Heckling with stages for St Janes.
AtOayvllle witb stages forttt.Helena.
T. At Yankton with stages for all points
southern and western Dakota, and North Nebrae
ka and daring the season of navigation witb
Missouri Biver Transportation Companies line
of steamers tor Bandall, Brnle, Pierre, SolTy
Bice, Bismarck, btevsnson, Bertbold, Bofor£
Carrol and Benton connecting at Pierre with
transportation wagons for the Black Hills.
This Is th« only Direct Rout* to thr
Black Hills.
SBO. MBBCHAHT.
Geo. F. Wheelock, etn'iawrinUtut'l.
Aamt
Illinois Central Bailed
•horteat and Beat Honta to Chleaco.
SIOUX CITY to CHICAGO
Without Change of Cart!
Commencing Dec. 6th, 1S74,
A Dally Expreas Passengt Train will leave
Slonx City, t-at jra»ye excepted, on the arrive 1 of
train
FROM: YANKTON.
An Express Train leavtsBionx City at *:Ut
m. arrives at Chicago at 8:90 p. m. twenty
minutes ear lerthauiteC.&N.W K.K. Sleep
ing cur* run throup^ from Sioux City to Chicsto.
rare for eleepint! car only ti.to fateengers lea
vlng Chicago at 10 a. m.. bound west, arrive at
Sioux City at 11:30 a. m.
An accommodation train will leave Slonx 'lty
daily, except Sundays, atS:30p.m.,connecting
with through passenger trains at Waterloo
Passengers leavlne Chicago at 9 :30 p. m., arrive
at 81oux City at 6.45 a. m.
Trains going eaat connect at Chicago wtti aa
trains for Detroit, Cleveland, BuBalo, Magart
Palls.Pittsburg,Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wtfh
tngton, Mew York, Boston and all parte o) tht
East.
This train connects at Waterloo with trains on
the Cedar Falls and Minnesota Brantb leavin
Waterloo at 12.SO a.m., and arriving a*Mcnta
6.30 a. m., connecting with Milwaukee St. P«
railroad trains, and arriving at St. Paal at (,%
m., and Minneapolis at 8.30p. m.
Connections are made at rreeport with trains
en the Illinois Central railroad main line, testing
Freeport at 9,15 p.m., arriving at Galesbnrg at
«45p PeoriaSpm Burlington at7pm "ock
Island at 6.50 ^aincy s'.S JVpm St Louis
st 7.15 a m, and Cairo at 4.00 am connectii st
Csiro with tralne for Memphis, Nashville, Wtkt
burg. Mobile. New Orleans, and
All Parts of tbe Soutb
Connections are also made at Freepor: mm
Western Dnlon trains, leaving Freeport at 3.30
m, and arriving at Baclne at 6.00 and Mil
wankeeat 6.30 pm.
Conneattons are alao made at Dnbuqne :o S
LiOBis, Cairo, and all points sooth
Baggage Checked Through
To all important points. 9
Fot through tickets and information ami'
the Illinois Central depot.
Trains run by Dubuque time, which is twenty
minutes fsster than Slonx City.
'os. F. Tccnxn. Chicago,
P. JOHKSOU, Gen'l #npt.
General Fassanger Agent.ChleasoT
H. A. Hi*n.Ton. As't Slonx CItv.UnaoSki
Sou Gitj & Pacific Bailroal
The Pioneer Route
TO
Chicago, St. Louis
AND ALL
Points in the East and South
FOB
Speed, Comfort and Safety,
is tnrsunrASSBD.
Pullman Palace Hotel and
Sleeping Cars
Between Missouri Valley and Chicago.
This Is the only line running two expreee
rains daily, between Slonx City and Chicago.
Ihrouoh Time Table, in efeet Sept 1
*t. 1877
St. Vstnl
Yankton
UenxClty
IS
VI
1
Bxnsss. I SxrBK«
8:00 A.M.
1-»5P.M.
8:09
3.18
8 «5
4:10
4.30
4:53
i:17
5:S«
S:40
6:02
6:20
4:
7:*0
6:35
Atrive Sergeant's
Bluff...
Salix
Sloan
Whiting
Onawa
Blencoe
River Slonx
Mondamin
Modale
California
St. LotiU 4 ...
LeaveChlcago 10: A.M.
Bt. Louis 1 8:00 P.M.
ArriveSionx Citv 18:03M.
I i: 3UP. i!.
5:00 A. -M
5:t0
5:38
5:54
6:16
«:S5
6:56
7:»0
7:40
7«5
8:C8
8:S5
6:80 A. M.
8:85
6:15 P. M.
8:15
10: MIA. M.
10:20 P.M.
Junction
Missoari Valley...
Chleajro
ConBcirBlnflfe
CONVECTIONS.
1. At U. P. Transfer withUnion Pacific K«H
roau tor omtfha.
». At Council Bluffs, with Kansas Citv, Bt. Jr
"uSssSnth
luut0»d
Af
'or St. Louis and a
8. AtMlaioojrt.Valley with Chicago Nortl
western Railway for Ch'lcago an "aU polits Sist.
„*•. AtWo«*Sty wlthtjse Slonx Cltvand St.
Panl, Illinois Central and Dakota Sent hem ital
"PPer Missouri river, daring
navigation, and with stages for all points ta th5
Noribwcit,
8. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern I
B. for Omaha and Soathern Nehraaka.
6. At Fremont, Neb., with the Union PacUe
R. for all points west, and the Pacific coast
7-
WJsner.with stages for Norfolk, and si
ontnte !n Northern Nebraska.
V.5SVS"'tlcke"
read
Yla 8.C. P.B.
8- HII.LE, Qen'l Ticket Ag't.
n»er Mendrci.
C. J. O'COMHOB.
Western Passenger Aeem
RESTAURANT.
FOLEY 8TATCHI830N'8
Palace Restaurant,
tot Bs«|lu aal Walauit
Fish, Came Oystefrs
always on hand.
M«um wixrn.
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