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5581staffECT^ Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than «i quarter of century. It to meet b.v the United Suites government., fcn dorsed bv the heuiis of the Greut I universities us tjie Strongest. Purest, and most HeaHhtui. Dr. price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime, or Alum. Sold only Cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. KEW YOKK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. POPULATION 3.500 CITY JVE J-VS. FrcraTHursaaW Daily• LAST SPRING. Little horse-hair sofa In the comer stood Youth anil ui.iiden talxing.— So liar, so good. THIS Sl'IMNU. I.ittle crib and baby .Making lots of bother. Standing where the sola stood: So far, no fatlier. John Waugh was in from Peak Beyant yesterday. Mrs. B. L. Fellows, of Casselton. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Keiley, returned yesterday. Mrs. Long, who was called here by the dangerous illness of her sister, Miss Minniss, returned to St. Louis yester day. Judge Hamilton's father and mother, of Pennsylvania, are in the city. They are returning from California, where they spent the winter. Hon. S. L. Glaspell will deliver the Fourth of July oration at, the big cele bration, which the patriotic citizens of O&kes are airanging. The Oakes people will hear an eloquent address. The Minot Journal is glad to report little Leda Mansfield much better. Little Leda is known and io.ed by every one in Minot, and during her dangerous illDess Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield had the heartfelt sympathy of the entire com munity. J. R. Winslow returned this morning from Faribault, Minn., accompanied by his daughter, Miss Bessie, who will spend the college vacation at ho^e. Miss Nel lie Hathaway, of Helena, a school friend of Miss Bessie's, will visit here a few days before proceeding westward. The Sioux Falls Press takes occasion to say: "Please remember one thing, that church organizations and other so cieties should not expect a lot of free advertising in the way of notices when they take their work to other offices, out of which The Press might make a few dollars or cents." John Warnken, agent of a large twine manufactory, has been making a trip through the counties of Foster, Eddy and Benson and Stutsman and says that the grain looks the best that he has yet seen. Yesterday near New Rockford he learned that a Swede engaged digging a well was killed by the sides caving in on him. Editor Chas S. Brown of the Times at Ludden, Dickey county, accompanied by Major Ogden Lovell, a prominent poli tician of that county, are in the city. They will make an inspection of the asylum under the guidance of Trustee Kennedy. The gentlemen are desirous of getting better acquainted with James town people. They are loyal North Da kotans. C. F.. Blackwell loaded up big wagon with lumber and tools, and together with a lot of fishing tackle started yesterday for Spiribwood lake. He intends build ing an addition to Alderman Clark's fish ing box. which will contain a con pie of boots and two or three bunks with room for cooking utensils, etc. Bob Waliac,e is fixing up his boat house also. The pe-ison at the lake gives promise of being a lively one. Mandan Pioneer: The other day an ancient Indian who goes around town with varied wardrobe, went into a store and told.how bad he felt. He was towed down with age and simulated pain. He acted as though he was suffering from thecholic, and begged the storekeeper to take the ten cents that he handed out, to gw and get him a little whisky for it. The scheme could not be made to work, and the Indian did not get the whii-ky, hut he wanted it awful bad, and his be s#echings were almost enough to melt a heart of stone. Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier. by its vital izing properties.will brighten pale cheeks and transform a pale, haggard, dispirited woman into one of sparkling health and beauty. SI-00 per bottle at Wonnenberg & Avis'. Farmers, please notice that Altschnl sells groceries the cheapest and pays the highest market price forbnttcr and eggs. Kfom FrMav's Dailv. Miss Jessie Proud, one of Aberdeen's popular ypung ladies, is visiting the Misses Bowman. The sociable last evening was a very pleasant and well attended gathering. Owing to the chilly weather the supper was served in the church instead of on the lawn. The proceeds were about §40. The W. C. T. U. finding it impossible to procure a speaker for the 1th of July have decided to give up the celebration planned for that day. They will serve ice cream, cake, lemonade, etc., in the room formerly occupied by Mr. Dickin son. Dr. C. H. Powell, a well known physi cian of Albia, la., visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fuld, of this city, lust week. The docto1- was going to California and took the occasion to drop oil and see his old acquaintances and the country around Jamestown. John Maroney, the clerk in New Wash ington school township, gives the fol lowing as the result of the election in that township: Sub-district No. 1, Dan iel F. Dick, director No. 2, August A1 brecht No. 3, Geo. Wright No. i, John K. Wilbur treasurer, John McGibbon. Fargo Republican: The Republican thought it was doing the handsome in boosting F. B. Fancher for president of the territorial, but the Jamestown Alert heads us off by suggesting that that would "side-track" him. Well, what is it, boys, and what's the limit? Supt. McCabe has appointed T. C. Comstock, of Fargo, general yard master to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of Levi Greer .Mr.Comstock is an old and well known conductor on the North ern Pacific, and his promotion will be received with pleasure by all his friends on the road. Dr. McLain, the surgeon dentist, in forms ihe public that he is now located in the city for business, and can be found at his office and residence over the store formerlv occupied by F. H. Chapman, on Soutn Fifth avenue. The doctor comes highly recommended, and all needing the work Of a first class dentist should give him a call. The harvest of buffalo bones still con tinues in the northwestern part of North Dakota. Half breeds and Indians are the most industrious pickers of these relics of the bison family. The money secured for bones by these gatherers is mostlv spent in ''booze." One picker's trip netted him $40 for nine days' work, near Burlington, Ward county. Moses Folsoai, the American Press as sociation correspondent, was in the city yesterday, and went to Oakes this morn ing. Mr. Folsom has been doing some good work for Dakota in the matter which he is preparing for the American Press association, aud has recently dene some excellent advertising work for the Manitoba road, in writing up the Mon tana country. The Casselton and Valley City militia companies aud the First Regiment band will reach here Monday morning^ en route to the encampment of the D. N. G. at Watertown. and go south with the Bismarck and Jamestown companies. The First Regiment band will attempt to convince the people that it is the beat band in North Dakota, the Fargo tour nament to the contrary no withstand ing. Mr. W. E. Green, one of Jamestown's old reliable friends and capitalists, writes The Alert that he is enjoying an'eastern trip, at present in Vineland, N. J., the land of fruits. He expects to visit the eea shore shortly, then Lake George, and th»n Jamestown, "the pleasant future capital of the state of North Dakota." He sends best wishes to all friends at home. The wool crop from the large band of sheep owned by E. F. Horn near Corinne has been gathered and makes a very satisfactory profit. The animals came through the winter in prime condition and without loss, here are over 300 lambs all doing well and the 560 sheep are fattening as well as can be expected with the rather short spring range. The wool was of a very tine quality and was shipped to Chicago. Mrs. Mary E. Wiseman died at Mel ville, Wednesday last. She was the wife of Merritt Wiseman, one of the first settlers of Jamestown, and well known to all the early comers of this part of Dakota. Mrs. Wiseman was a most ex emplary Christian, beloved by all who knew her, and her death will cause a deep feeling of 'egret in the circles where she moved. She leaves a family consist ing of husband, two sons and a daugh ter. The remains will be buried at Mel ville. Express Agent Bindewald met with a painful accident last evening. He was chopping wood when the axe caught in a clothes line, and was directed against his head. The corner of the blunt end of the ax struck him on the right temple near the eye and cut a bad gash to the bone. Dr. Rankin dressed the cut. Mr. Bindewald is at his desk in the express office as usual this morning, and hid his badly discolored eye and a wicked look ing cut with a bandage. Geo. McCabe savs the moral to this accident is "never chop wood." Major Fleming, one of the large and successful farmers in Cass county, says in the Argus: "I predict that there are 40,000 acres in Cass county that will not be harvested, and hundreds of thousands that will not average to exceed six bushels." A farmer from the eon thorn part of that county yesterday said that some of the fields, with rain, would make half a crop, but many sections will not be harvested at all, no matter how much rain falls. The crops west of tunt coun ty. along the Northern Pacific, however, are all right and looking well. A quiet wedding occurred last evening at the parlors of the Gladstone. Mr. W. R. Scobie, and Miss J^-ouise Anderson, both young people of Edgeley, were the happy bride an! groom. Mr. Charles Hull" and wife of the same place were present sis witnesses to tho cere mony. which was performed by Rev." N. D. Fanning, in his usual de lighful and genial manner. The wedding party remained at the hotel over nijrht. and left for home today. The bridal chamber was given them, and the parlor where the ceremony occurred was taste fully decorated bv Manager Rattinger with flowers and potted plants! Sick headache is the bane of many lives. To cure and prevent this annoy ing complaint use D,r. J. H. McLean's Little Liver and Kidney Pellets. They are agreeable to take aud gentle in their action. *25 cents a vial at Wonnenberg A: Avis'. l-'ioin Sa:uvoav"s Daily. It was SO in tho shade this noon. Born—Yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs, N. G. Lindh, a boy. Phillip Bauer has been confined to the holism lor the past week with an attack of rheumatism. Mrs. J. M. Graham left fur Winnipeg this afternoon, after spending the week with friends in Jamestown. Oapt. and "Airs. McGinnis and daugh ter are expected to return tomorrow The latter have been visiting in Phila delphia and eastern cities. I. C. Wade says he has four cows, each of which gives over seventy pounds of milk daily. Ho now has the largest herd of Holsteins west of New York. Hon. N. K. Hubbard, the staunch old republican war horse of Cass county, left for home this afternoon. He has been attending the asylum board meeting, Hon. N. G. Ordway, of Bismarck, came in from the north last evening, and spent the day in Jamestown. He visited the asylum this afternoon, and will leave for home in the morning. A LaMoure lad named Willie Boeiter, drew a complete threshing outfit in an Omaha lottery. The prize has duly come to hand, and has been examined by many interested parties, who pronounce it complete, even to the stacker. A lucky, appropriate prize for a Dakota boy to get. E. T. Kearney, the political war horse of Buchanan, was in town yesterday, and contradicted the growing crop reports which have boon received from hie neighborhood. He says they need rain. Grain is only afoot high, and is begin ning to head out. Some of it has now been in the ground nearly three months, and ought to be almost matured. E. P. Wells returned this morning from his trip to the coast. The Alert is in receipt of a letter from him dated at Spokane Falls which was received yester day a*nd has been crowded out by the press of other matter, but wjll bo pub lished Monday. The impressions of so shrewd and observing a man as Mr. Wells will be read with interest. George R. ToplifT & Co., desire to state that an impression seems to prevail that the contract for supplying the asylum with coal, given to the Lehigh Coal & Iron Co., of St. Paul, is in reality his own bid under an other name, is not correct. Mr. Topliff save! he merely buys of the St. Paul house for his own tread and has no interest in the above contract. The detail from Company which will aid in preparing the camp grounds at Lake Kamiieska for the encampment of tho D. N. G. started for Watertown this mornirg. It consisted of F. W. Carr who borrowed a uniform and became a soldier boy, Port Eddy and C. E. Men denhall. Quartermaster Calkins ac companied the boys. The rest of tho company will leave Tuesday morning. The ,\rion Military band, which was organized some two or three months ago, and has been making-rapid progress under the efficient leadership of Prof. Yoigt, made its first appearance in pub lic last evening, rendering a short con cert from tho band stand. For a newly organized band, it did itself credit. With two bands, the members of which are all working hard, Jamestown seems likely to soon b» better supplied, musically, than any other city in the territory. A ride northeast of Jamestown for a distance of five or six miles will show as healthy looking grain in the fields as is usual "at this time of the year.' The color of nearly every piece of wheat seen yesterday was good. No yellow or sick ly looking blades were visible. A heavy shower in this portion of the county has greatly improved things. The same condition is reported as far northeast as Corinne. The wheat sowed by drill and carefully put in looks better than the broadcast sown grain. The difference between good and bad farming is as ap parent this year as ever in the stand of grain. The gophers have devastated a good many acres. Systematic poisoning is alone the only way for farmers to fight this enemy which is always with them-' a surer means of destruction than hail or frost or drouth. Money to loan on farm and citjf prop erty, by W. Y. Wells. Office with Mc Millan & Frye. From Monday's Daily. Judge Rose and Stenographer LaWall came in from Cooperstown, Saturday. They go to Valley City today, and will be there all week. The cut on Express Agent Bindewald's face is rapidly healing, and his honest Teutonic countenance bids fair to soon be unmarked and comely as of yore. Attorney fi. W. Camp has returned from Cooperstown, where he was all last w«ek looking after the interests of his clients. He appeared in quite a number of cases. Lvman N. Gary, a popular and woll known Mandanito. was in the city yes terday a guest of Dr. Archibald. Mr. Cary reports more rain and a better crop outlook in Morton county than for sev eral years. Mrs. S. K. McGinnis and two children returned yesterday from a protracted visit in Philadelphia and other cities of the east. She visited the scene of Johns town's disaster and noted many of its now famous sights. E. J. Schwellenbach left yesterday ostensibly to bring his sister. Mies Mag gie, back from Quiacy, 111., where she has been attending college, but it is understood that it is somebody else's sister be is going to bring back. The employees of the Dakota division of the Northern Pacific held their annual picnic at Detroit lake yesterday some five or six car loads were taken down. They returned Saturday night, and yes day. Quite a number went from here. Rev. E. H. Teall expects to leave in the morning for Sioux Falls to attend the meeting of the Inter-state Ministerial Institute which will convene there to morrow. North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa will be represented. Oakes will have a big Fourth of July celebration with S. L. Glaspell to do the orating. That citv will diyide with Bis marck the Jamestown people who will go away from homo to celebrate. It is likely that the Jamestown Cornet band will furnish tho music for the Oakes celebra tion. Edgeley Mail: A. E. Gardner went out into the hills the other day, and while driving along ran across a pair of elk with a young calf but a few hours or a day old. lie drove the old ones off and caught the youngster very easily. He brought it home with him and will raise it on a "bottle." Mayor Fuller is personally interesting himself in assisting the police in the recov ery of the stolen property captured during recent operations of burglars. Every effort is being made to apprehend the clever thieves, but at present there seems little prospect of success. It was rumor ed today that the residence of Mrs. Fields, on tho north side, a as burglarized Sunday morning. Report had it that a sum o£ money was secured, but it was slow of verification. During the concert given by the Jamestown cornet band Saturday night Gen. Nickeus, on behalf of tho citizens, presented the boys with a purf-e of 8100. He made a neat and eloquent ten minute presentation speech, and referred very handsomely to the inspiring influence of music. Manager Lieber, on behalf of the band, responded with a few words of thanks, and C. M. Hartwiek, who had been quite active in securing the 3100, followed with anothei speech. Dr. Fulton, the well-known oculist of St. Paul, is making a tour of the North ern Pacific, examining employees re gard to color blindness. Yesterday three division superintendents, McCabe, Green and Knowlton, were at Fargo, and the doctor undertook to give them some instructions and rules, to be in turn im parted to tho employees on their respec tive divisions. The red or danger signal seemed to be the color most clearly rec ognized. The doctor goes over the entire road. The garbled report of Vice President Fanclier's address at the alliance meet ing at Huron is calculated to do that gentleman much injury with people who are not acquainted with his conservative course iu regard to matters generally. Mr. Fancher in his address took occasion to roast a certain class of editors, one of whom resides in Huron, who have been engaged in much personal abuse of the officers of the alliance. Any member of the press in Dakota who is acquainted with Mr. Fancher will know that he is incapable of speaking otherwise than in praise of tho groat majority of newspa pers who treat the causa of the farmers fairly. Possibly the dispatch from Huron to the Minneapolis and St. Paul press was written by the gentleman Mr. Fancher intended to roast. Be that as it may, any one who is acquainted with Mr. Fancher will not be misled by .the reports in the Tribune and Press. Those who are not acquainted with him may be assured that the territorial press has no better friend in Dakota than the vice president of the Farmers' alliance of North Dakota. Pains in the small of the back indicate a diseased condition of the Liver or Kid neys, which may be easily removed by the use of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm. £1.00 per bottle at Won nenberg and Avis'. Money to loan on real estate and chat tels at lowest rates and upon shortest notice. Before making loans, please give us a call. PURCHASE & Ro3s. From Tuesday's Daily. Sam Lewis left yesterday for Janes ville, Mo., his former home. There is a lady in Jamestown who can kill nine gopheis out of ten with a rifle. About twenty members of company left t.hm morning for Watertown to at tend the encampment of the Dakota National Guards. The Valley City and Bismarck companies and the First Regi ment band also went down cn the same train. The boys will be in camp the rest of the week. Argus: General Yard Master Com stock commenced his duties yesterday in this city, and was occupied the greater part of the day in receiving the con gratulations of friends. Conductor Carey takes his run oh the Fargo South western and Matt Welch is now a regu lar passenger conductor instead of an ex tra. Sheriff Michaels, of Griggs county, is in the city on his way to Plankington with a lad whom Judge Rose sentenced to the reform school. Thursday, at the Cooperstown term of court. The boy is 17 years old and bad stolen a pony. He plead guilty and, this being his first offense, was sent to the reform school instead of to the pen. A heavy rain fell this morning. From reports, it seems to have extended quite a distance from here in every direction except westward. Commissioner Bu chanan says it rained as far north as Pingree, but not very far west. Train men say it extended as far east as Valley City, but that the precipitation there was light, and a report from Edgeley says the fall there was an inch and a half. It was accompanied by sharp lightning and thunder. 'Ihe Messrs. Hotchkiss have confidence enough in Jamestown and the develop ment of the country to invest fnrther capital in houses for renters, and have decided to erect this summer two resi dences on Main street, adjoining their pianist mill property, and next to the house already built in that block. Tho bouses will be twb story each, comfort able substantial buildings. The demand for good houses to rent in that locality is 6teady. Col. J. W. Connella, the dashing Bo hemian newspaper artist who has been in St. Paul the past few months being treated for deafness by Dr. Fulton of that city, is showing the benefits of the specialist's skill in the recovery of his hearing. The colonel expects to be at the constitutional convention along with the clan of newspaper men who will congregate there for business, and whose facile pencils will keep tho reading public informed on all matters of general interest. Oakes Republican: P«»f. Tunstall, who for two years instructed tho Oakes baud, has won laurels euough for one man in one year—ho carries ofr 1 he pre mium of the northwest as tho best solo cornetist. Our banc! and citizens little knew what they were losing when Mr. Tunstall went to Jamestown. Oakes. while the boys were, under Tunstali's leadership, had tho best banil in Dakota and now we have none fit all, while Jamestown with three weeks of Tunstall's drill, carried off tho prize for Dakota bands at the Fargo tournament. The Alert is in receipt of elegant en graved wedding cards announcing that Mr. L. E. Wood, formerly manager of the Western Union Telegraph company at this place, was united i~ marriage Sunday hist to an elegant and lovely lady of Minneapolis, Miss Frances Elizabeth Slocum. Mr. Wood for several years past has been the Minneapolis member of the Twin city commission firm of Smith & Wood aud has by his active efforts, sound judgment and in tegrity won a fine start in the business circles oE Minneapolis where The Alert predicts for him continued success. Mr. Wood is a bright and exceedingly cap able young man aud his new relations in life can but be to his future advantage. All his Dakota friends wish him the best of good fortune and a happy married life. Wanted—To exchange, a Short Horn bull. Pedigree given and required. JOHN ALEXANDER. BOX 555, Jamestown. Fir.m v'eDu':*. Ex-Gov. Ordway was an east bound passenger this afternoon. W. H. Doughty and Wm. Colby of Montpelior, were at the Capital house yesterday. Captain McClelland made a flying visit to Bismarck yesterday on land business for his company. During the absence of Major Ford at encampment Officer Lathrop takes the chief's beat and John Thompson that of the night officer. Mr. Leavenworth, a member of the solid, substantial firm of Melville general merchants, Leavenworth & Porter, was in the city last night. Postmaster Murphy, of Carrington.has returned from Valley City where he went to see Judge Rose, and will tako in the Ellsler performance tonight. A couple of big coils of rope weighing about three thousand pounds, arrived here today. It will be used in drilling the artesian well at the asylum, work on which will begin shortly. C. A. Soderberg, secretary of the Far mers alliance and councilman from Min nehaha county in the last legislature, was in the city last night eu route to Fargo to attend the meeting of North Dakota alliance men. Three barrels that looked as if they con tained whisky, several smaller kege, a tent and some boards, were loaded on a wagon bound north today for the con venience, it is said, of the graders on the extension of the J. & N. Rev. E. H. Teall's terfvear old boy met with a peculiar and painful accident yes terday. He was walking on stilts, slip ped and fell to the ground. He fell on his head in such a way that two of his incisors were forced through his tongue, which is now badly swollen and painful. Vice Pieeident Fancher, J. J. Nierling, L. R. Casey, Judge Warnock, C. A. San ford and J. W. Goodrich went to Fargo on the accommodation this morning. They will attend the alliance meeting which opened there today with a large atw.dance. All the meeetings are open to the public, and laches are especially invited to attend. It is worthy of mention that the funeral of Mrs. Wiseman, at Melville, on Satur day last was probably one of the largest ever occunng in the county, there beiug more than three hundred persons and more than fifty vehicles in line. The lady was most highly' esteemed by all why knew her, and her loss is a severe blow to the neighborhood. Johnny Fosdyke has been presented with a beautiful white bull pup, by Fargo friends, the dog arriving this morning. John's water spaniel has already under taken the education of the pnppy and today has been leading him all around town by a string. No matter how much the pup objects to being hauled this way and then that the cunning spaniel insists on making everybody acquainted with the new arrival. Gone After a Bride. Rev. N. S. Bradley, the popular and accomplished young pastor of the Con gregational church, left this morning, for South Dakota. Accepting the advice of the good book, whose teachings he ex pounds, he has concluded that it is not good for man to be alone, and has decid ed to take unto himself a wife. lie will be married next Thursday, June 27th, to Miss A. B. Read, of White Lake, South Dakota. Miss Read is a lady of culture and refinement, and from one of the best families of the west. She spent her youth and was educated at Des Mdines, la., but has resided in Dakota during the past five years. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley will be at home in Jamestown after July 1st. Residence 353 north Fifth avenue, tho Mellinger house, .... rogress, It is very important in this age of vast material progress,that a remedy.be pleas ing to the taste and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable to the stomach, and healthy in its nature and effects. Pos sessing these qualities, Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and moat gentle diuretic known. KIN« Tisl* Powder never varied, a marvel of puritj ir.iL.jjth nr«d whalesomeaesfl. More economical Ebdfc the ordinary kinds, and canrot be sold la eomjietii tm wuU tne multitude of low teet,ihor« weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in SBC. iiCYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 10fi Wall street. N. Y. THE CRIMEFE RECORD. Chinese Penalty for Bankruptcy. SAN FRANCISCO, June 2tt.—For a debt of $15, which he could not pay, Fung Hoy, a Chinese cook, was butchered by three highbinders late Sunday night in a street of Chinatown. Hoy borrowed the money on the Chinese new year to square his accounts. Sunday afternoon Tom Poy, who loaned it, demanded his money. Hoy could not pay and Tom threatened vengeance. He engaged two highbinders and the three fell upon Hoy with hatchets and knives and left him lying mangled and dying on the sidewalk. When the victim was taken to a hospital it was found that lie had fourteen wounds, OL which any one of the six on hi a head would cause death. There were gashed ou the shoulder in which a "man's hand could be laid, while Hoy's left hand, which he raised as a guard, was cut to pieces. £l« jftuiUezzled Their Wheut. LOGANSPORT, Ind.. June 20.—James S. Wilson was arrested on a charge of em bezzlement. He was proprietor of a large llouritig mill and failed recently with liabilities of nearly $50,000, mostly wheat stored in his mill. Many farmers lost by the failure and they are now complaining to convict hiin of embezzle ment. •lathen Drowned. WOLVERTON, Minn., July 26.—John A. and Edward S. Boice, aged respect fully twenty-one and eighteen years, were drowned in the Red river near here while bathing. Their former home wa& in Arcadia, Wis. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Li fe It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap ping paper but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption* told by physician that she was incurable and could live only a short time she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper fhe read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample bottle it helped her, she bought a large bottle it helped her more, bought an other and grew better fast, continued its. use and is now strong, healtV, rosy, plump, weighs 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, druggist, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful discovery free at Baldwin & Smith's drugstore. An effort is being made to have those members of Company who did not go to Watertown yesterday go down Friday morning and remain during the rest of the encampment. It is likely that a party of ten or a dozen will be made up. Taken Up. One red bull calf, about two months old. JOHN KEMJ, Jamestown, Dak. PIMPLES TO SCU0FUL.A. Positive Cure for every Skin* Scalp, and Blood Disease, except Ichthyosis. Paorliwiii 8 years. Head, arm*, and lii*»»t a isolid scab. Back covered witli no res. Hest doctors and medicine* fail. Cured ly Cuticnra RentedleH at a cost of 991.75. 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