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Jamestown Sjieolal: The flrat Berit
bulldlijga to oonfltitate the North :D»kot
sane asylum finished. The trusted^]
companled by Maj Willett of Ohlc
well-known arolutect, made »an offic
spootion of the building, and, flndfig' tluj
work. e^tiielysatlsfactory, receiTedBrfrom
the hands of the contractor. The Kftiteet
commends::"hlghly. the manner.in wmoSt"'
Whlttemore (of .Morris, Minn.) has '^dai_
out the proYiaions of-, his oontraot and,
deed,-, the.feolid structure,' whioh crownB
of the highest bluffs -oveilooking' ttie
about a ttuje sontheaat. of the courthouse,
oredittorJastieetaWn and our great'tefnU
It is now rtady-for oocupanoy, andifcia
tunate that the lack of ready funds makd
necessary that ltfremain vacant until the ll
lature yotea an appropriation to piy-:rui
expenses. One or the conditions of the bi
eating the asylnm at Jameatown• was thai
plans and specifications Bhotild:-be. aubn:
by the trustees to the governor for his ai
within a year following the
Jam
be present^ and flkrtunately for JameBtown he
succeeded, and the plans, eto.,- were approved
v^noy^^ocoasioned by- theresi
Dfc'HfcU hasroQentlybeen filjiedto
-migjivwSynod'of»*kot».|E
.'.The synod oMJafeota, whioh was oreated by
an act of, the Presbyterian general assembly
while in scssiomat Saratoga,*!. Y,j last May,
Ueldita .first meeting at Huron.Ocfc. 0 and 13.
Bevw Walter 8 .^terson^tho. oldest- minister
In point of reslden'ce in the territory, preached
the opening sermon^jmd constituted the synod
accordin^^o^lealMiastical: law and usage.:
This-the onft synodln the,United Statea-com-1
posed of hotv/oii^gn and home 'missionaries,^
.the presbytoiT ofDakota "being composed of
ten Indian- churched, two of wluoh are foreign
mission churohoSjjvand the remaining eignt
home mission churches. •..«•
Presbyterian- church -, organized in Dakota
was at Doll Rapids twelve -years ago This
was the bfeginmhg of the work, which lias
resulted in the ^creation of a synod for
the terntoiy.^ Nearly.all of this marvelous
growtb ha8 taken place in the last six years,
and the last: ryear and a half has t$eii an
espeaifillv prosperous season for the church in
the.Territory. The synod receives under it*
care, fromthe,-old preabyterybf Southerrillln
neaota, thePierrejUniyeralty, and it 1b to be re*
marked in th^s connection that no synod of thi
Prcabytflnan-church cattTjoiat of
soeari
this.
naving had
rl^mite1 history, such an IIIBI
havizuj
istitujwnvaa
umveratty, oommonoedjuppnitB'
tSent'lOjIw, on wWoh qiy th«,
corner utone^of.thQ new buOdingiVras taur with7"
appropriate owemoniea. The building is 6Qs
•. 76 feet,: foiui ^stories, stone foundation
Mid brick walls, "And will stand, fifty-six feet
highrfrom basemont floor to ceiling of upper
stoiy/ it wiU:wre
about #20,flO(l?»antwlSrbe
:-paid for vwhen cb|Uplete^ It is called Ho-v
uormick hall, in .ho^fgirf —Hv Mo.*
Conhlck, uecoal6di whd^D§^noe53i§'^BiiA^Mj
.wifli^a^orps ofcompbtcnt assistants
andtheoldu building:Jknown as Pioneer h^U,
crowded to overSowmgwith students.^
Wondezfol Ctrowtb of
Brooklyn,
The ggwth 3f D4ko6t darlng^ lha, lut two
orihTeeV^esrt vh^s.probtbly^urpisw^ any
thing in itho history of. the poiintry/tiln the
ye&Srt.i 3^,-only :4,500.-io)^jb{ land
•were Bold favJfio$4Srritory/„Ttte '.^bnlEUng ol
the HoriU^rtfTaSiflo Sailroaa/hoWoT^r, opened
the refM- tSif! eaay ^nooeMp, «n^ the
salea jajppecl in', 1883,'ta ttboat i.4,500.00C
acres. 3$lB'toialnkaa.vdooUeft|^jX88S, and.
«.. —jai. for tho -paet'-yeaj" :'8ho#8 an
rapid ina
droau .is 4town in the southeail
(erritory^which had but 471inhabii
S,f
was^ke^7.Adis|nu^from
.. mQniing annouhbes the
riere.
TOf w'. caster®^jmifee*
lege. A Mrps^o^ t^chers has alr^rbMn
engaged to begin work as soon as
Jhe buildings^
wluoh will bel&rge mid commodius, aire ready
for .oooapancy, and there is no question about
a hearty^ patronage of the institution. Thisls
onlyasam^eofthewayinwhioh ddncatlon'is
foswred. No less: thKn^ fltra universities have
been founded in lhe territory within-the last
year.
It-is ,but-a .Vague idea whioh moat people1
havejaf this vast region beyond the H&siasin
pi.lt is onlybycomparisonthatonecan gain'
any just coiioeption ,of"Ua. extent Da
kota- coversx an^ :arta
7of
148,480 square miles.
& which means that i^is throe times'as large as
the state of /New York, or a •. fGnrth1largerihiui
England, Bootland,Ireland and'Wales togethei
With a clinriite and^oil which reader it peculiar
ly suited to the raising ot wheat, it is doetined
to he-One of the chief storehouses of^the coun
try,?anditis notstrangethattheiuhat
shoiild feel 4tfolinedlo^
peclafdrthe future
Flax, sold- fori U8
SiOuxFalla.*J?s
"No-lf'volume 1 of the Horth Dakota,.
Democratj of firar 'pagfee, seven columns
eaohJuw hut ~b66n, Issued at /Valley
City, by T. B. Tallandingliam.
Tn sev^rolconntieaiyigilanoe oomnut*
tees have leen formed for the purpose,
of prossonting and punishing, parses*
w&o start prairie flresj^
'i'tie Saninfim. Elevator" fe&nu&njfc-
Banborb hwirtmrQlaae4-l 00di bogeV--tflL
h-Mtotm the' elevator#', of tte ixmg
edat X^^n^'ha-ringaoapititoofsix-1
ty barrels,# 4at,\
W. H^Mdfutt of Pierre"htfe reoent^
thlppe^ eighty "toMofbu^obones^tO
it
bode
»PW(
taon,
ton,"' aear^ EllendiJe,'. .were
by a"prairie fire, Loss, $800.
.The housetwdoutbulldinj?!: belottg-J
gtoE. A. B&fMuter of^Wflon, -weti
ied.Losf
1
makmg their annnal pilgrimage aoroat.
South .Sakota toT 'tte JPipe Stono
q.uorriea. y"
Indians corral anielopei the Knife
River yalley, by disguigingthemselves
as heate.
Orders have been issaed by the se
cretary of the interior disbarring from
praotioe the following named attorneys
in Dakota Sanford MitGinnia.Kimball
Wv D, Mixtet and Av-J. 'Gibbs, Mine
Centre ilnd O. B. Bartlett, Salem.
Tliey were.allcharged with complicity
tn land frauds.'
Canton Advocate ''I ask the favor
of all the saloonkeepers and bartenders
and all of jQy-friends to not ask, sell or
five
pafiBage
of
and (hat the oontraot should
within twenty days, thereafter, At the
Ume of. the February.. meoiing-Zfor thf
consideration of the various projroMd plani
and specifications :twp'of the three-non-real*
dent members of the boardof'trustees wert
absent from tbe territory/ haVing about)
coni.
cl\ided that the provisions of tjle bul could not
be carried out but the. third, Hoa Ck: W.
Pierce, ofOattlowood, ni&do a^pecialeffort to
me'a drink of' any kind for a year.
want to quit. Dick Edwards."
The members of the Woman's Reliei
orops, of Huron, are doing everything
in their- ^ower to provide the families
of .the hail sufferers, in that section,
with suitable clotliing'for "win tor.
A. y.~Kelly otiTamestown lost, thir
ty-five aores of wheat by prairie flre.
The suspended |!ank of Dakota is!
rapidly settling with its creditors.,.. 4
,J. E. Bilker has 1,000 chickens on
his Huron farm.
he res-
In time.. Thevi
ignation. oi
the appointment of'UL E Foley of this city,,
andv now. there is a: resident quorum ot,
the board. Only about$l,0(X)' of thaJ
first appropriation of f50,wQ tenpins,,
rhe building lUBt completed/Rill tooommoftatc
-but .'fifty.'-paueute, and there: aro Bald to be
seventy-five entitled to admission in-NqrthDa
kota alon&'In regard to expenditures already
made,:
iris sufficient to say. now. that the land
cost JlT-OOO-^all other public iustttutiohs of
the -torntory dre "on -government land—-frouso
and barh, 18,000, building, inoluding
heating apparatus, #28,500, leaving about #1,*
000 of the amount realized" from the sale of
bonds, whiohamount will probably be invested
In furnitnre, ^yorything is paid -for, and
not a particle or- subsidy
^Jia® been asked oi
Siren.
Mayor Gale of Oanton, so brutally
assaulted reoently, has had Ed S. Bow
ley arrested oharged with the .crime,
and the.latter-has been, held- iu ^l,000
to appear at, the district o'ourt.
The body of'Mrs.. Martha Grimm,'
fcn old lady who was missing from her
home near Webster, hafe been found in
a small lake near Her former home.
Cirdupistances showed that, she had un
doubtedly destroyed herself.
Several daring attempts at burglary
were made at Fargo. The wholesale
grocery house of E. M. Baworth. & Co.
was broken into and the job of drilling
the safe showed the work of profes-'
sionals.
The lllinois secretary of- state has is
sued license of'incorporation to the
farmers' Elevator company, at: Dakota,
Stophe»son oonnty capital stook, $20,
OOQ. Incorporators: John--Brown,
Harrison Deimer and W. K. Aumann.
Business of the Fargo laud ofilce for
the week-ending Oct. 17: Number ol
homesteads^ 29 3,200 aores. Tree'
chums, 20 3,200 acres. Declaratory:
stfkjiomente, 13 2,080 aores. Soldiers'
declaratory'statements, 1 160 acres.
Final proofs, 74 11,840 aores. Total
Slings, 128 20,480 aores. Total col
lections, $7,310.60,
1
The presbyteriesvof Aberdeen, Central Da
kota, and Southern' Dakota,.: complete the list
.ofpresbyteries comprising the synod. Thq
synod numbera/orty^eiglit ordained
three lioei
organized,
Dr."0. Berry,-who went to Brook
ings, to investigate small pox, says that
smallpox has been in the county since:
the 1st of June last and many people',
have been exbosed, with strong proba
bilities of more oases in the near future,
unless its quarantine, with vaccination,
and reVaocination, iB,enforced, r*
Congrfegilonal*
For Delegates in Congress—Republican—Oscar
8, Olfford of Lincoln ooonty.
Democratio—John JR. "Wilson of Lawreiioe
oonnty.
LEGISLATIVE—WHAT D3BTMOT.
Bepnblican—Oounoil* H. A. Jerauld of Zdnooln
oonnty house, O. T. Brandhagen.
Deraocratlo—Council, O. £. Bea of Lincoln.
JohnR. "Woodol^UdqpjJioiuw^^i^^dincn
"Tyl«r of Clav.
SECOND JHBTHHTS.
Republican—OouneU« John S. Gamble of Yank
ton and Jl Sheridan Jones of Hutchinson: house,
A. Xc Van AadeU of Yankton, Hugh Langan ana
J.F.Ward, of Turner, and J. H. Bwanton ot
Hutchinson.
Democratio—Council, J. B. Van Volsor, ETugh
Lankan house, C. B. Brooks, B. O. TouBley.
Matthias SchUngon.^
THIBD SZSTSIOT.
Republican—Counoil, A. Bowdie of Davlsou
county, B. B. Wagner of Bon Homme for the
house, A. J. Farshall of Hanson, Mark Ward of
Brtjlo, Charles Haston of Douglas
Clark of Aurora*
X»emocratijQ--Councfl, F. 1L Ziebaoh of Bon
Honima and T. Duncan of Brule hodse, H. O.
Oreen of Davison Benjamin Birge ot Hanson^ D.
O. Kane of Aurora ana H. Or Tuoker of Charles
Ulx
FOUETH DISTBICT.
Republican—For the council, R. F. Petttj
of Minnehaha and Georse B. Former, of Miner
for tbe'house. F. E. Smith and J:
"hi Bavfild of
McOook* H..-.W, Smith and .W. H.' Rlddell
'Minnehaha "'v •_r.:v
Dcmocratr^ComjciL-W. S. Wyman of Minne*
haha, Hi AT. Bogers of Miner houses J. W. Shan
nard ot Brldgewater.-P. J^ Morstad and-J. T.
Oilbert'of SlonxF&Us and. Philip L/Bunkel of
Bal^m:
1
A Wonderfal BtMnrreotiou.
From Ihe N Sun.
In the London Lancet of Septembe/
6 is recorded a case 6 resuscvtation af
ter apparent death bjr haSgingr- sp .^
•markable fls to bo_ worthy of notice
and disoussion outside of purely* pro
fessional circles..
the cose is reported by JDr. Ernest
White, senior assistant medical offl.
cer to the Kent Lunatic asylnm at
Ohartham, near Oanterbui^..:.- The pa
tient was a woman 53..years old afflicted"
with that form of msanity known as
melancholia.. She had tried
Wlien cut down she was apparently
quite dead: Animation was so com-,
pletly suspended- that there was no
symptom which enabled the medical,
jnen present to distingnish her condi
tion from that of real death: Thais'
the rer&arkable feature of the case. "So
far as the dpctors could see the woman
Was dead. The skin was aBhy pale, the
surftice temperature very Tow, the lips
were vivid,, and the eyes, dilated :antT
inaeneible to the action of :ligbt tbere"
was no pulse at the wrist, fir temples
no, definite heart-beat conld be detected
eyen^by the stethoscope respiration had'
absolutely ceased, and unconsciousness
was complete. Even the ^application
of galvanism failed to 'contraot the
mnscles. If tlie woman had been a
criminal who had suffered-the extteme'
penalty of the lawthe phyaicians would
doubtliss have been justified- fcv the
symptoms in pfonouncing her 'dead
yet she is alive to-day, and not ohlV
well physically, but»"fa8t recovering
from all montal derangement.
Dr. White.and his luiBistanta. -wisely
refused to act upon appearances. They
gave their patient the. sbpnefit xf the.
doubt in -their- minds, although that
doubt was very slight.- Besort was
had to artificial respiration according
to what is known in medicine: -as the'
Bilvester .method :. Th§ movements
were performed sloWlyJAonly. ten times
a minute—but about tenr~inin'ntes after
they were begun an esoeedingly feeble
attempt at natural respiration wW
noted, and very weak-puUations/oi the
heart were perceived by- the aid' of the'
stethoscope. -Ten minutes, is a long
time tcwait for the first signs ofreturn
mg life,,'and itis'to..be:' feared that *in
many cases of apparent'death^ especial
ly by drowning the measures necessary
for resuscitation are not Continued long
enough to rekindlo/tho smouldering
spark qf life.that remains in the body.
There can hardly be too much patience
or perseverance." In thfc case artificial
respiration was steadily maintained for.
two hours before the natural -breathing
was sufficiently established to dispense
with assistance in this way. If i( had
been abandoned 'earlier,: the woman
would probably Lave died,- notwith
standing^ lier partial restoration to
sensibility.'
We need not follow thfe troatment in
detail.- The patient became imperfect^
ly conscious about eleven hours after
the ttefc: iirfv Rt.inrt fin/l
'SJuirBS good boSily
health. She lost her melancholy illu
sions and beoame .cheerful, looking
baok at her attempt at suicide with hor
ror. JPor two. days from the time of
hanging however,~her njemory •wis
complete blank.
this extraordinary:
oase is interesting
several aspects. The complete sim
ulation of death suggests a possibility
that physioians -may, sometime!) them
selves .be deceived as to the fact of
death, especially careless practitioners
or those.of comparatively limited infor
mation. We have already referred to
the lesson which it teases of the need
of steadfaat and hopeful perseveranoe
in efforts to restore those who haVe ap
parently lost their lives l?y strangulation
or drowning.- It wonld appear that ar
iifieial respiration is more useful and:
efieotive when -the movements are per
formed slowly than when they exceed
ten a minute. This is an important point
for those to remember who
ounty
Moodj
couni^.
house,?JohnHobart and George Bioe ol
.county and J. C, Bouthwlckand.V. O. Barnes or
Eingahnry oonnty.
.Democrat—Gouncll, J. 0*B. Soobey of Brook
togitV houses J. Whaler of Egas( Levi Qray of
Flandreanf B. B. Pay of Brookuu^.- .1
of the
when
SZXTBDlSTfilOr.
Republlcah- ConnclU Jr P. Day Of Spink and
J. HrWestoyer of Hughes. For assembly. George
Fierce o& Hamlin, J: A. Plokler of Faulk U. L.
Miller ot Beadle, J.r T. Blookemore cf Hyde.
o£ Hand« T. W^BMsblne. of SanbwA and-A A.
Brawn of Hamlin^
Democrace—Conncil« DalIas D^Boric of Hand
county, F. F, Randolph of Beadle county.. House.
B. D. Jeffries of Clark, B. P. Hoover of Sully?!)!
Fouoh of 8pink, G. J. Haines of Hughes.
BEVENTB*DX6TJUOT.
Republlcan--CounolI1CoL Al B. Bmedtey of
Grant oounty and Dr. V. P. Kennedy of Brownr
house Goorge Johnson-of-Brown^^ T- De^
woody o(£dmuud^J2u(ce^e Huntingto&df pain"'
and Fr-A. Eldrldge of Grant.
..Dcmo&ats—Countil, O.Boyd BarrettofBrbwn:
house, L. Thompson of Campbell.
BXGKTH D1BTBIOT.
... Republican—Councrtl: F. J. Washabangfi, Law
Tence oCunfy 9. P.'Wells, Pennington.1ootinty.
Equfle:: Bben.W* Martln,H.M. Greffg, A. M. Call,
•La*rionca.county{ A: Spragne, CuatCr oounty.
•bitants
Doiuooratlc—Couuoll: O. F. Thompson of Law
retice,^and. Robert 'Fllomann -of Peunlngton
HOUBOI A^M. Booth of. Custer 0%B,31aekwell
Stutsman oounty: Charles Richardson of Barnes,
House: JL A. WllUa^ns of ,Burleigb:-Dr.H^W«
Coe of Morton W 8teeieT. of Kidder, :uul
Julias Steven^ 0* -1"1
^.Democratic—Council tD.M. Kollaher of BtutS'
toanioounty Yf Xk Jones of Baruoa county.
HJraser G^ B. Yallandlgham of Barnes oountr
Qoodrioh of Stntaman oounty C.J.
SmiL.
'4£3f!ostor oounty -and Dr. G. F».
0unty,
.• *.lOfJCMokeyi
•taffoT Caw.John o. i^tt of BioUand.
JoBaaoa ol Fargo
itturabnu pishaoti
4'»
Qoltttb^Dl
ill-OC
ideraot^
2SSg,
^W~
is IniailatOham-
Bandolph'Di
berlain for farnisl
n,s
JOKE
:to
rarecalled
upon to render first aid to the-iitjured
Finally this- reniarkable occurrence
may_well lead tor speculation as to -the
many stories which have been published
of the restoration to life- of men who
have apperently suffered death by
banging on the gallows.
It is probable that fnlly seven' min
utes had elapsed, between the moment
of the act of suspension and- the time
when the woman was cut down. Who
can say. that similar measures might
not have brought'abont a resuscitation if
she had remained hanging: twice as
long ?v And might not a strpng man
possess the potential ability to recover,
.With likQ oasiatonce. from the effects ol
strangulation lasting half an hour?
"Who can how assert ..with confidence
that a conviot witil neck unlroUm, cut
doVm after, hanging, thirty minwes and
turned bver to friends' having 'all the
resources of modern medical-science at
command, mightootbe dolled baok'- to.
existence in .this world?
Such anflvftnti
Newell of Grigs*
TB«TO MBTMOT.
-BepnWioanr^Cottncll---D. H, Twomey of^Cass
.oonnty. C^afcles
D, Auat!n -of Ransom. For the
,B,RDat^f
-teele oounty.
Convention) ^-C0ti
I TrAlU: aaBembiyc Johh W- Sobtt^
For^a
GrandcForkSt clute^JIoMaiv of'Ofraill,^
Hutchinson of Kelson, fer. MlUer of
». A-" itv *U
Seim'tor Aiitiionji^B Ltbraijr.Ii'
A newspaper correspoiiaetit thns^de
^jciibes ,tUe Ubw^roftto.-late ^Senator
inthemy "Eyeh thoanttimer flrp{oard,
wliioh }nd0s the logs where -waiaAu and
?low are so wfelcottio in the. ^chill of
spring.and antojnn, hai a suggestion of
aoholarship. It" displwrs the' ancient
Psestom. -whoee beauti&il aud 'firtfgraut
June and NoYembor' rosos tho Latin po
sts have oeleLrated, and1 whose wild de-'
soendants stillbloohitwioe a'year among
itsminal Books, books erety v?here 1
-The marroon of Btirke's worksj the
^r6en and gold of Snmntt's, the crim1'
son of the Geneva arbitration and'the
tlark brown of Fiou'do iriake-piotofes of
bindings^ white the plainer volumes .of
Adams, Qninoy, Jaokson. Madison,
Olay, Benton and Hamilion bring the'
W^toqr at wt republic before you.
The stficl^fi
»tiny roonT separated from
Hie library by drapery, with a Jingle
witulb^.ttSdwalls literally ooveryd with
thS waks of-onoient and modern poets,
iaan auu^ingietrefttfor anintell ucttial
loths eat^r. Jphta^is the room from
whioh iVott seejtis yott'jenter ,the. library
fNrofleotion-ofMra. AfitllOnj'afaceip
the mirror. MHu\' »|oonX„ wouldUave
beto her oTO^j^atr^at Utt4sheU^." ^T
otk%8,
AS
A Tarni»r'» 01*va*J}«t |os ftrjatoppls^
tlia Train* in Kront Hla Farm,
"Train TalkWnthe Ohioag, be^ld
"We made a sin^Un disp$ftery the
other day," remarked:?) a oJ%|&1 of a
load running ftito ^5ftca8,°-!i"Al,out
three miles beyond a%t&£4ia: station on
our line there is a ^n»{to)j^«r-vby the
side of the: track. jj|jjw',0&yond the
farm-house is a little ci^pek over wliloh
there is a'small bridgel
years ago some, repairs
that little bridge, and,
bridge-gang had put uj a sign-board,
'Run Slow,' on either de during the
day or so the bridge ^vas weakened.
When they had finisl ed their work
they Went off and fdrkot tlie signs.
The fact is the boards trad disappeared,
and they didn't take the troubloto hunt
them up.
kill
herseli.before,admission into the asylum
and made several attempts-to take her
life after being receiyed into the insti-*
tution. Finally, she succeeded in es
caping the watohfulness of the attend
ants who had frustrated her previous
efforta at 8elf-de8trucfcion, and bid her
self in a bath room, -where she was
fonnd hanging to a ladder by a cord
formed of portions of her .dress, oight
minutes after sue had been seen alive
by another patient.
About four
-were made to
[of course, the
Some'weeks afterward, no
one knows
just when, those signs.'reappeared in
their former places. '. NObody- knew
who put them there, or what for. No
body cared. If the section moil noticed
them at all they thought the bridge
men had done it. It w«s none of the
engineers' business why they were therie
—it was their duty to ^observe regula
tions, which: require them toslow down
at. suoh,. signs. Observe regulatioha
they did Ijlor about'fmr yoars not a.
-train had-passed over that Tittle bridge
without slowing almost to a standstill.
The oulvert, for that's it is, has been
as: safe as any part Oft the roadbed,
and yet stopping. and, fitiirting trains
there has oost this company thousands
of dollars.- .-You know, it costs money
toistop and start trains^ You are 'won
dering how it all oomes: about,of course
Well, that farmer stole those boards
and put them up agaii& at his leisure
For four years lie has .been going into
the town or coming from it on our trains
getting On or off right at his,own door.
It "was a slick sclienie, iSnd how he must
have laughed at us and enjoyed it all
the while. But his game is up now,
and the engineers are jtiaving their ro
yenge by keeping up anjnfernal screech
ing of their whistles attall hours of the
day and night whonev^ they pass" that-,
farmhouse
StoxmSlgaals.
As the coming of a greatetflrm Is heralded by
.the display, of cautionary signals, so iB tlie ap.
of 0»at-*—
F—andfatiu
Selicato
disease (JonBomp-
ion of the lnngsi nsnaUy,announced in advance
bv piinples, blotchesf eruptions, ulcers, gland
mar swellings, and landredoutward manueata
tions, of the internal hltodfooison, which, if not
romptly expelled from the. system, attacks the
jossnes of the lnngsj,causing them to nl
cefate and break down. l)r. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Disoovery" is thereat remedy for this,
as for. all diseases having^ttieir origin in had
blood. It improves"the appetite and digest1—
increases nntrition and bnilds np the wai
system.
property at Har­
per's Ferry, the Potomao Water power sold for
925,100 and the Shenandbah water powor for
wia
Compound I
Specific, also, for breaking^np colds.
Thomas Hagnire, for aaianyv ears an attache
of the Boston Hetald, dieft in that cify of
BnghVs disease.
edm Buffering from
affeotions, should
cal Asso
Young or middle-aj
hhjx qarvons debility or 1'
th&
71
treatiae. World's Diapensaryv^S-,.
tion, Buffalo, N. %.
At a meeting of the French cabinet it was de
oided to send GeaDeLiale reinforcements Of 15^
000 men, the first contingent of whioh shall be
drawn from* Algiers
Xald of Athens.
What is the difference between this noted
Lady and Carboline the' grea\ Hair Benewer?
Ans.—One is Maid of Athens and the other is
Made of Petroleum andbotli come from Greasa
At a meeting of the grand lodge of Masons
at Louisville Grand High Priest Farlelgh re
plied to Pope Leo's attack on the order,
Nervous Weakness,
ity, cured by "Wells' Hea.
Sexual Debil-
Benewer." $L
Near Knorville, ILL, an attempt was made to
wreck Gen. Logan's train.
1
*e
HaUufft Conieu.^
DEAB Sm:—I used tho White Wine of Tar
Syrup you sent mo, and must oonfess I derived
more benefit to my lungs from it than from
any remedy I have ever tried, and choerfully
recommend it to every one having any Una
of lung trouble.
Truly yours,
KEV. A. K. HUMPBBEy,
Minister of Baptist Church.
TriUa, Coles Ca, Ills. •L
The Canadians are sending food to the starr
ing Labrador fisherman.
"Rough on Coughs" Trocbca^l5o Liquid, 25c
forOoughs, Colds, Sore Throaty Hoarseness.
The office of the Adams Express comi
WoonBockot, B, L,. was robbed.of fir
As a cure for sore throat aud coi
"Brown's Bronchial Trochea" (have been thoi
oughly andma&\i^m their good repute
t[on-^,tested,
fr
Gerritt VanderTelde, an-old resldent of An
oka, died in that city aged sofehty years.
For Impurities of the ^ood
rtake
len's Iron Tonio Bitters. AH- gonuino bear
the signature of J: P. Allen/Dr^iggie^ Si: Paul,
Minn*
1
..
Thomaston.^Glkihks"raised the liquor lioense
Hutlhinsou & Ca's cooper f|topa atFeoria,
BLj were dMtroyeil by fire. i&Idss,' ta5,bCKL
Oftoap, iqtwndliry. 'tF* '•--.i.
•II
'Bonghonpain.'-Quiok curc.C&mps.Net
Bheumatiam, Aches, Pains, Spadns,
At Augpsta, G&, Justice Bal^dford Redded
that specnTatioh in "fnturea"
i«g
fatal toI the
validify ot a promissory note
GERman_
Airnar:
RheumaUsm^ifeuraian, Sciatica,
•.. -LV U.. IiJiU•Teethicbe.1,
'Ti.K Al'lfca
.' u* iU OTlOB: imiUT.
1 rascniaRua A. wwn*„.
in T~'**** i"-^
An Invaluable Bemedy.—None exoept thoae
™o hare suffered all the horrors of Dyspepa]%
«n ftto appredate the value and^moaoy
PflJTT TJATIR^Plln TT(11AI'' A envawil.
fikn^nffTrntation, Inflammation, all^dneyft
:17i^nary Compl'nts cured by
"Bnchfl Paiba.^#L
The New Jersey forest fires, which were ex
tinguished by rain, did #260,000 damage.
If a cOngh distrnbe yonr sleep, one doso oi
Piso's Core will give you a night's nxt
Among 600 representatives in the Masonic
grbnd lodge of Ohio is Nathaniel Benjamin,
who has attended every, session since 18801
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST—'Therefore us
FrazerAxleGreasa
Par© Cod lirer Oil made from selected livers,
gn the MMbore. by OISWZLZ* HAZABD & Con New
Ycric. It absolately pure ana sweet. Patient* who
nave once taken it prefer it to all others. Physician*
have deddod It superior to any of the other rfU in niar-
Chapped Hands, Faoe Pimples, and rough'
on cured by of
WXIX, HAZAHP
Bkln cored BYOATO^JTJITIPEB^AB"OAP.
S BY OZH*
01081^, 40. Oures Saras and Boalds without a scar.
Small boxeslara«75o. Get the oenuine. Bold by
Dngsists.. JTW.OOLE C».,Bl«kElrerFall*,Wla.
TO THE PEOPLE!
This Should Be Read By All.
It Treats on a Subject of In
terest to Every Family.
Important Xbtellig-ence from the Old Cotm
try,Wli«r# Choler&liaa Prwtflad.
ASIATIC OTOLERA.
Almost every case cored with
PERRY DAVia
(From Rev. B. TSXVOBXS missionary in China, now
visiting bis home in Fennsjlvania.]
WABHZHOTOH, FSKW.
DEAB SXBS,—During a residence of some ten years as
a missionary in 8iam and China, I fonnd'yoor vegeta
ble Pain Killer a most vol cable remedy far that fearfnl
scoarae, the cholera. .,In administering the medicine, I
fonnd it moet effectual to give atea^oonfol of Pain*.
Killer in a
gill of hot water, sweetened with
sngar, then,
after abontfifteen minutes, beginto-eive-atxmt a tea*
fipoonfol of tbo same mixture every few minutes nntil
relief wan obtained. Apply fcofeapplication# to'the ex
tremttles. Bathe the stomach with the Paih-KiUer
clear, and and the limbs briskly. Of those who had the
cholera, and ,took the mediiina faithfully in the way
stated above, eight ont of ten reoovered.
•Trnlyyoure, B. TELFORD.
Thelate Bev. Dr Qrnnser repeatedly exprewsed. his
belief that he owed hift life to the timely me of PERRY
DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER. During his recent visit to
the missions In Burmah. he had
a Bevem attack-of the
dioleza^and was immediately relieved by the use of the
X^Nrections aooompany each bottle.
Price 85 cts., 50 ota.Ya&d $1 per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS Sc CO., Limited,
... Cincinnati, OMa
Proprietors for the Southern and Woetern States.
-03~For sale by ail Medicine Dealers.
fclTTEftS
mrnm
Thirty
Endorsee
Physl-
mmfm
IT IS A 8PBCIFIO JlT IS RELIABLB
TOS ia curing Brighfs
Kidney & Lhrer Treublesrffl| Diaeaae, Pates la the.
Bladder, TTrinary andJfarBank, Tifrin"
orBides,
Iiimr Tilsosims. Dropsy, Betention or Hogwleten?
OcaveT and Diabetes. tion of Urine.
HIGHLY RECOMMKNDIOt
txHiwin*— Jaundloe, Sour Stom-*
««Ti| ftmtHpirtnii and Piles.
IT WORK8 PROMPTUY
—it fnrrf^ Intemperanoe, ITervous Diseases* General
Debility, Bxoesssa and
Teasla'Weakasss..
U8B.IT AT ONOE.
ItlMtoreiiluKIDNEY^lIVXS »ndBOW*M.to
a healthy action tr'fl fwm-aa ^rtienanothsgmedloiuss
ftn. Hundieds have
been saved who have been given
tip taflla by friends and physieiana.
prloeSl S5-, Send, for
Illustrated Pamphlet to
BUST'S BGMEDT CO., Provideaee, B. I.
BOZJ S7 *TT- DBUQOXSOB. 9
TUTT'S
PILLS
25 YEARS IN USE.
Ilw Gruteit of flu Ag»!
SYMPTOMS OP A
TORPID LIVER.
Al­
I«oasofoppetUet Dowela costive, Pain tn
the head* with a dull sensation tn the
hack part« Pain nnder tho ahoulder-
Kollnatlon
ade* Fnllneaaafter esitlng, wltbadii
to exertion of body or mlnd«
Inrltmbllltrof tempor, Low aplrlta» with
a fooling of having neglected some duty»
CONSTJPATION.
fs FILLfare especially adapted
to suoh cases, ond dose -olTeots snon, ft
change offeellng asto astonish the snflhrer*
bodyto Toko on Flosbithua the system Is
aouriihert, and by their TonXo Action on
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GBAT Ham or WHISKBBB ohanged to
GLOSST BLACK by a single nppUoatlon ot
this DTK. It Imparts a natural oolor, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Uragplsts, or
sentbyexprosson reoolptortl.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
The BNYEBTF GUTOB IS issued Sept.
andMarch, each
year: 224 pages, 8^x11}
inches with over3,300ulostrations-1
a whole piotore gallery. Qives wholesale
prices to eraamcrs on all goodi.for
penooat. or family use.
Telia how to oder, and
gives exact 'JB cost of eT
erythingyou Bl' ose, drink,
eatwear,or have fan
with. These, Inraluable
-hooka contain infonnation cleaned from
the taarketa of the world. We will mail
acopylE'reetoanyaddreaanpon receipt
of the poetago centa. "Let oa hear
from yoi. Beepectfolly,
MONTGOMERY WARD
nt a tMvWahWh CkktfiiUi
otGu
OPIUM
''See What OutLcura Does Jbr VMPr
pWAOTlljB and^ Birth Humow MUk Crost.
fr. Scalled Head, Eczemas, and every form
»cbing, Bcaly. Plmply, Scrofulous and inherited
Diseases ofthe Blood, Skin, and 8celpr-with Loesof
Hair, curedbythe CancuaA RKMKDIES AtooliUefr
«Cntlcura' the great Skin Core. 50
eta. Cnticnra Soap, an Skin BeautUler
and only Medicinal Baby Soap, 25 cfs, «nd Cnticnra
Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier, *1. an Sold by
drnggi^. Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston,
for "How to Cure
m-1~
Skin Diseases/''
eals diseased hmg
COUGH CBEAM
I FARM TELEGRAPHY, OTBHOBT-HAND and
1 DjnnTOTWBmN&'HERE. SitSSonsfoiv
nlshed. AddressValentine Bgos^Janeevme^'Wia.
JPS SKARO guzm^
l.twifM WU».B
•. lUMw*. UfMi, 1
—_ way-*
STUL.JUUTUACO.TLC^ I^I^IIK
MOKPHTNE and CBXOBAI^
HABITS EASILY GUltED.
BOOK FREB. Ir. J. C. Hoff
man, Jeflbrson, IVlsconaiii.
To introduoe and sell Dr Idzigtisfs' Spinal "Health
OMwrL^i^y^Dr.Linguist Spinal Coinet
Cqmpany,
day can be quietly made. No canv^dng. notfie ad
dress at once, Rellabifi M'f 'g Co^ PhiI^Pa.r Box ifi83,
',» •.«-« 4 ft .*
LYOIA E» PINKMAM'8
0
Protection. No such
protective against
chills and fever and
other diseases of a
malarial type. existB
aa Hofltetter's Stom
ache Bittcra. It re*
11 constipation,
liver disorders rtien*
inatlsm, kidney and
bladder ailments
with certainty and
-promtitnde.' A
chanee, assxntiC.
as it-is complete,
soon
takes place inuie ap
ri^the •wrmfatttmjtttim
-wan and haggard-in
valid who cses-this
standard promoter of
health ana strength.
For sale by all drug*
gists and
Dealers gen
erally.
FEKALS POPULATIOK.»
friw 1 la liquid, pill ac Iww|« tcnu
Jtt pueptm tolelp for the Uxltimatt h«aU*g ot
di»ea»e and the rtUtf of pain, and that it doa all
it claims fo do,
thoiuasidsQfladla earn gladlpiati/if.
It will cure entirely all Ovarian troubles, Inflamma
tion and Ulceration, Shilling and- Displacements, and
eooaequeat Spinal. Weakness, and ia partictuarty
adapted to the change ot life.
It removes
Falntness. Flatoleacy,
destroys aD
craving
far nntl ik1|bt»« WmKum nf ^hi Btomnrh,
It cures Bloating, KeadaohM, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, meeploesness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That Ceding ot bearing down, pain,
and backache, is
always permanently cured bylte use
Bend etamn to Lynn, Mass^ tor pemphleL letters of.,
laguiryoonlidentlallyannrued. ForsaUatdruggitU.
0 *.,* a «.»
DISEASE BANISHED
Health Gained,
Long Life Secured,
BY USING
KIDNEY-WORT
It Purifies the Blood,
It Cleanses the Liver,
It Strengthens the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels
VTBUTHPDT TESTLKONT.
KIDNEY DISEASES.
"IguffcrtddnyasidTiiQlstwith J&dney frouZ&t, my
water wafekdOcg and Woody,
loovld getMrtli^ffrom
doctors. Kidney-Wort ettrtdm*. Jam as well
as ever.
FRANK WILSON, Ptabedf, JCdss.
LIVER COMPLAINT.
JttMtfcf not be without Kidnejf-Wort if it oost $10.
PILES! PILES!I
sufferedfor&ytar* from Pile*. a» none bat thou
Mat have been qfflieted can realise, Kidney-Wort
ZuieJdyeuredme. LYXAN T. ATtSLL, gtofyin, R.
CONSTIPATION.
I was a great sufferer from dieeaee Kidneys and
teat terribly constipated far year*. Tamnowat seven
ty as «PeO as ever I was to my life and it i* due
aion* to Kidney-Wort. O. P. BSOWK,
Westpori^Jf, T.
RHEUMATISM.
"Aftereufering for thirty yearn from Bheumatism
nd kidney trouble, Kidney-Wort ha* entirely cured
M." KLBRIDQK MALCOLM, West Bath, Me.
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
"Kidney-Wort hat cured.My wife after twoyeore
tvffering and weafcnsss, brought a» by vee of aft»
IngMaeki*e,n DR.C.M8VMMEBIjy,BvmL
FOR THE BLOOD.
tte past year have vted Kidney-Wort more tlum
tver,andwUhthe.be*treniUaf Take itatli*uU,Ui*
the moet successful remedy Ihave ewrvocd."
PHTTJ.TP a BALLOUtM.XnMon1ctiM, Vt
MALARIA.
'Chronie Materia for year*, with Uver dieeaee made
mewisk for death. A European trip doctor* and
medlein* didnogood,vntlt I used Kidney-Wort—that
OVJtSDmeJ* HKNRT WABJ,
Late Got. &th Be*, IT. G.
8. N.
T.^Jertey Ctty,K.J.
It aot« at the same time on the KID*
NEY8, LIVER nnd BOWEL8 stimulating
them to healthy action and keeping
them
in perfect order. fleUk sQfopt|U%MM,njo
Liquid or Dry. The lallor can bs seat bj
mail.
WELLS,"RICHARDSON & CO.,
BURLINGTON, VERMONT, U. 8. A.
HtwiTttfi P. uA liMdn, bfliiA.''
I
ID N E W O
"5HE CHICAGO
Jrf
t¥?i pi
VfUB* :(Ud COm&Ttt
If you are from ppor health or
flangulatifcig
If.. yo»T
«re,soffeEiog: from 'Overheatingtgim#
drinking, any lndisore&on or dissipation, "or.
are young and growing too faat, asia often Hie
Wrif yonare in.the workslioR^Ihe
r^^v^fano at tbedeA, anyivlier^^ufeel
'^thatyonr systemnpeds eleansing,ton^
'fing, or stimulating, without intozleat
'ing. if you are old,
Tlood tnin-a&d impure, pulse
feeble, neryes unsteady, faeolijes 1*
waning, Hop Bitters
is w^iatyou heed to/
giro yon new life, beplth, .ana .rigor.
Ifyou are oostive, or dyspepboor snfferlk
ing from any other the nmnerous dis^
oasos of the atomaoh or bowels, viti» jron^
own fault if you remain ill If .•
youarewaetingawaywitlianyform
of Kidney disease, stop tempting
death thisT^j&Y,
moment, and turn tot a—cure to Ho| Biiiem^v
If jtpu «re stpk with, .tbat.ierribl&iaickneev
UerTonanesa,youwillfindftruBaImihGilaad,f:
in Hop Bitters."
—If you are afrequenteiy or a resident of,
o^maUc ^Btrip^ barricade yoursyB^^
—mlttenp Fevers by me use of Hop Bitters,
If youhayeiongb, pimply, or sallow
ek&viad
breath, Hop Bittera will giva ynn fair aldnj. fifth
blood, the sweetest brea&and lieslth. #500wil)1':
bepaidforacasethey mil not cure or help, v:w. v-
•AXmWiWUk.,
4iOh,
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
S^ Nane genuine without a bunch of ^een
Hops on.the white labeL' Shun all the vile, ppi-:
sonous stuff with"Hop" or
"Hops" in their naaM^
», 4TB6 «r.
win il •.
aOi h/. faTi —w
ib—air 9.
TWELVE.
MONTH8,
visitors to the Dore Gallery, London, will remember the ,©overi
toAxnerican purchasers to ^00. mpy rnnnntTinenrnrrnl Tnrlows»n»il fi IHII ilis~|"»iiliililisis ui
lasned In the formof an enffravlnff, by sending 42c« In addition to the anbsortpr
'jc i^,
s-r
OOTTETSH1P sndMABKIAGE. Won.
I'dcsfulssoncs,
TBTdatiODS snd discor"
erifMfor msnied sln^e, sacario^.
I ll lf.r eripsfor msrried sln^e, securing. £&&&
hfealth, wad£h and hssplness to slC' ^3$#
This handsome book ol 180 pags*. mailed for only IS
en^sbytha Union PnhtiAtngOo^ Kewsrt, MV J.
Treat all Oheanle and Karons Diwartes. Yoang n»a
who nay be sufleriog Wtth Weaknesn. KervooRDeuiUty,
Despaadency, ATemon to Society, Kidnej troubled
•nycimHtti- fll—••nw, ami' liwun flndaSBBand Sp9ft4/
core. Xho*an maor «tf the sge ot thirty to dxty who
are often troobled wim uncomfortable symptoms, so-
Ky ^Vfn^igirf the system ina mranertte
MTmnt «wnt far. THrnminaHnii lercsls the
ftopaHwntVjyfnm dcptetlOft
whlchtapidlf exhausts every vttaj function. There sre
wwy fyfl tgnnnttt nt-tha
mum AWfw nfffl mnwnt— a wit* in sll nuh
esses, and: A
:heslfiiy' resucati«L Pamphlet, withtult
psiticnlaa, sent free to any address. Call on ocaddreaa
5^BPMBY&CO„»ATIXIRD8^1UNNEAPOLIA.LLIND
ONE
DOLLAR"
"FOR THE WEEKLY^
•IONEER PRESS
PIONEER PRESS CO.,
ST.
PAUL, MINN.
S. H. WOOD & CO.,
22 Chsmber of Cammeroe, Chicago, I1L,
OB1IV AID BIOCK BttOMX*
1M Hennepin Avenue^ llinnepolis. Minn
Chamber of Commerce, St. PauL Minn.,
Bay and sell
Stocks, Grain and Provisions in large ct
sm^amoimtalTeafWTnaMe«mirii«anttlnwrtmmmh
dtms.- Mr. S. 39.
with »fcwrik«n. CSS",
fron. sale of vlvgrtuaur'ainoe. hs
P«y(wamceInproporflontodreuUllonT "Wltfibut
»tenth ol the .mount. Therefore.
ounes, we desire to return fevor ior&v^^»^6KSSSrtBSLiS?5?SS2ff^KSS
hi SrtSPu.t0P^!1S1^r^S«^ borrower renulia
Tfc. itotocripHM. Pricy.ya.QQ, 'me not b.
«^t,
CONDITIONS.
yssrtitBtsNsti
that 1Mwill 4U
tt. Podttvaly
swlsral iinim tin tiuw III itia tineli
fltt TrilT'-t'fff ftmn-tifann irtit Tttsmri -sfft rtsmiMj. i»
tbsa»MrflNr ss«aratbaak«reKjHNsaC«ct«afd-*o«Ma
astdbatliasf asttt.^w msen is «»M «*sr..-BsaA.4h»
•fwurwmisl urnniiim tnsnflliilMili am
BttAe. ttas kwnlKlMlnd. rtfercSMMiMOascal.
iH0eaeet*teeee, .adtoew,
The Chicago Globe,
S8V.MoetoaB4..
PARSBNS'^f
Wood, of this firm, has therepatatiov
bting the largest and most sncoomfal opattor is
tomiersare indebted for theirsaoceBS.
Send £ar list of Stock Priv&gea
AGE!NT8 XVANTKD.—It wiD pay persons van tin|
Dt to'write for extra terms Zor th|
Bibiea and Alboms, ts
I 'sv Sfji
cWl
mr*1SeiJot
alcVodes takecJiSsr
1
jag,* T«1 *W «mpl» aiUM^^r if yoo feol 'if
If yon Ai^ xnlniatei, and A
hare overtaxed yoorsel/ witiii-joar zr
pastoral daUee/oratsotber,mKm
with care and^ work or a xnanDf bnsteess or
labor, weakened by tiie stnun of yonreveryd*^'
dnties^ fit a man
ofletters toiling over y&ur raid
night woix, Hop Bitters wul' most snrely
strengthenyotk
tJv
how do wish tavjgkin-%as .as dear and
*soft as yourBl1, «aidalauywher¥riend. "toin
rcan
IS A POSITZVE CURB VOR
All those painful Complaints
and- Weaknesses so eommoa
*****#tooor best**^*#*
7
eaailymake it.eo,". answered.tbe.frifind.
How?" inquired the first lady.
"Bv u«ing Hop3itters thc4i makes pnre, ticfa^
blood" and blooniing health. It did if for me as
you obeerye." -1
IphijL. Pa^ ChicagOi, HI
NattoudPnbUshinsCOnP)
18S1
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