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THE GOVERNOR.
The Interview With Dakota's Mxccu
tlve on Important Topics.
Ss. Paui Pioueer Jfruss, 29: Guv. G. A.
Pieroe, Bismarck, i). T., arrived ut the
Kyun jeetorduj. He will reiuain in tit.
Paul until Monday, when he will return
to Dakota's capital city. He fiaid, in
reference to the admission of the terri
tory as a tttate, that there were possi
bilities, either ot which uiighi he uouom
pliBht ly the next demooratio oongn-es.
Tlie first was the divisiuu ut tUe terri
tory and the admission of the southern
division as a stute. JL'he aeuund was
the division of (he territory into two
distinct territories without the aumis
Bion of either, and the third was the
admission of the territoiy as a state
without division. The first he consider
ed possible, the second and third pro
bnble. He expressed the. behalf that the
residents of the territory were generally
tn favor of a division, the movement be
ing more popular in the southern divi
sion. The residents of the northern sec
tion took apparently little interest in the
recent election held in the southern di
vision by which Huron was selected as
provisional capital, in the event that the
division was permitted by congress.
The adoption of the name Dakota by
the southern section, was not popular
with the northern,residents, as they be
lieve that '"south" should be added, thus
enabling them to adopt the name of
''Norih Dakota" later on when the
northern territory was admitted as
state. The division and admission of
the southern part as a state would meet
with general approval, he said, while the
simple divisiou of the ter
ritory would also meet with
favor, as it would enable the rem
dents of the southern division to be ad
mitted as a state at the nest session ol
congress. As a political move, Qov.
Pierce thought that the diviuiou scheme
would be favorably entertained by the
democratic congressmen. In this way
the president would be permitted to Be
lect a double set of territorial officers,
and the patronage would be doubled!
He thought that as a stroke of policy
the demooratio congressmen would pass
a bill permitting the division, as in this
way th« demooratio porty would be
come more popular with the residents
of a future state. The admission of Da
kota as a whole would not give general
satisfaction, neither section favoring
suub a bill
He said that he had heard numerous
rumors about his own removal ever
hido)
the organization of a democratic
administration, but had not received any
official information of that charaoter.
He was ready to go, he said, and inti
mated that lie would not be surprised to
reoeive notioe that bis successor had
bei appointed. He knew of no charges
that had been preferred against hie of
tioial career, save that he was charged
with appointing an attorney geu
eral who was ineligible on ao
oouut of being a member of
previous iegislutiua. This charge, he
said, would give an exouse for removing
him, if such removal was decided on and
an exouBe desired. He said the territory
was being settled up quite rapidly, al
though the boom of 18.S2 in that direc
tion had died out. The settlement was
natural and legitimate, and would prob
ably oontinue for years. The orops
during the past year had been ail that
oonk} be desired, and aa a result the
Dakota people were contented and
h*ppy.
A. W. Tompkins, Mi D, 177 Clinton
Place, New York, writes June 2,1883
"In many of thosu inoidioue diseases of
the brain and spinal Cord, where local
stimulants mnBt be obtained, and where
liniments., blisters and various applioa
tipns fail, marked relief from pain can
be obtained, and the patient greatly
benefitted, by placing strips of Allcock1
Porous Plasters over the spinal cord
from base of brain to end of spine. In
all coses of Spinal Irritation, Weakness
or Nervous Prostration, I recommend
Alloock's Porous Plasters."
Nervotu Debilitated Hen
Yon are allowed a free trial of thirty
days of the use of Dr. Dye's celebrated
Voltaio Soil with Eleotrio Suspensory
Applianoes, for the speedy relief and
permanent cure of Nervous Debility,
loss of Vitali,:»- ami oiuuhood, and all
kindreJ troubles. Also, for many other
diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed.
No risk is incurred. Illustrated pam
phlet, with full information, terms, etc.,
mailed free by addressing Voltaio Belt
Co., Marshall, Mich.
Advtcs to Ktotners,
Are yon disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a siok ohild suffering and
orying with pain of catting teeth If so,
•end r.t oaoe and get a bottle of Mrs
Wnraiiow's Soothing Sibot for Ohild
ren Teething. Its value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there
is no mistake about it. It oures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, oures wind oolio,
softens the gums, rednoes inflammation,
andgives tofre aad energy to the whole
system. dfta.Wtnskne's Soothing Syrup
for Ohtldren Teething is pleasan to the
taste and is the preoription of one of
the oldest nurses and and best female
physicians ini the United States, and is
oy
a11
£rnSf?i8t8 throughout the
world. Price 25 cents a bottle. "•,
Bucklen'k Arniaa Saivo.
The best Sslveein the world for CutB,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
itively cures Piles, or
ijo
*'lver
pay required. It
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded Price 2o cents per box.
oil
^c-wm^ *"-".
s.
$
Cure For Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense
of weight in the back, loinB and lower part
of the abdomen, causing' the patient
suppose he lias some aflectlon of the kid
neyH or neighboring organB. At times,
symptoms of indigestion are precent, as
flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc.
A moisture, like ^respiration, producing a
disagreeable itching, after getting warm is
a common attendant. Blind, bleeding
and itching Piles yield at once to the ap
plication of Bosanko's Pile .Remedy, which
acts directly upon the p&rts affected,
abaoibing the tumors, allaying the intense
itching, and effecting a permanent cure.
Price fifty cents. Address, The Dr. Bo
•anko Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. fold by
Purdy & Brecht. ..
to
Mg
Scott's Emulsion of Pure
__ ..
&}*$*&£•
with Hypopho(i|)hltei, In
Consumption and Waiting Maeaaeg.
Dr. 0. W. Barrmger, Pittsburg, Pa.,
«ays: "I think your Emulsion of Cod
jLiver Oil iB a very-flue preparation, and
jHlls a long felt want. It in very useful
in consumption and waiting dipeaees."
SPECIAL TAX SALE.
Office of City Treasurer!
Yankton, Dakota, Nov. 30th, 1885.
Notice iB hereby given that in pursu
auuo. of an ordinance entitled "An
Ordinance levying a special tax to pay
the cost and expense of building side
walks upon certain streets named tber.
in," passed and approved by the mayor
and oonnoil October 26tb, 1885, and due
notice having been given that said tax
was due and in my bands for collection,
and that the same would become delio
quent and penalty accrue on the 80th
day of November, 1885, I, the mid^r
Hgned, treasurer of said city of Yiink
ton, D. T., will on Thursday, the 31st
(jav of Docember, 1885, between the
hours of 9 and 10 o'clock a. m., prt ceed
to sell at publio sale at the front door of
the court bonse of Yankton oounty, in
said city of Yankton, all the real estate
upon which said special tax shall remain
unpaid, to pay such npeoial tax, to
gether with the penalty, iaterest, adver
tising and cost of sale.
The following is a description of the
real estate to be sold and the amount of
penalty, interest and advertising that
will be due nt the date of sale on each
lot or parcel of real estate respectively:
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In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand this 30th day of November
1885. Wm. Blatt, City Treasurer.
The exports of merchandise from New
York for the week ending Nov. 20th
wero $6,120,866.
An End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg, III
savB: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitten, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have bad
a running sore on my leg for eight
years my doctors told me I would have to
have the bone scraped or leg amputated,
used, instead, three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen'a Arnica Salve at 25c
per box by the Excelsior Drug store of
Purdy & Brecht.
Too hundred and tbirty-nine deaths
from small pox at Montreal last week
158 being under five years of age.
Good Results in Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that he was
serioualr afflicted with a severe cold that
settled on liis lungs had tried many
remedies without benefit. Being induced
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, did
bo
and was entirely cured by
use of a few bottles. Since which time he
has used it in his family for all Coughs
and Golds with best results. This is the
experience of tboueanda whose lives have
been saved by this Wonderful Discovery
Trial bottles free at the Excelsior Drug
Store of Purdy & Brecht.
Hon. Wm. E. Smith, successor of Mr,
Coon as assistant seoretary of the treas
ury, began his duties Nov. 10th.
Why Will You Die?
SOOVILL'S SARSAPARILLA, QR
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP for the
dure of scrofulous taint, rheumatism,
white swelling, gout, goitre, consump
tion, bronchitis, nervous debility, mala
ria, and all diseases arising from an im
pure condition of the blood. Certificates
can be presented from many leading
physicians, ministers and beads of
families throughout the land, endorsing
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND LIVER
SYRUP. We are constantly in receipt
of certificates of cures from the most
reliable sources, end we reoommend it as
the best known remedy for the cure of
the above diseases.
Witnesses summoned to attend court
at Montreal refused to appear owing to
fear of small pox.
Just as Good.
Many unscrupulous dealers may tell you
they haye remedies for Coughs and Colds,
equal in merit and in every respect just as
good as the old reliable Dr. BoBanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup, and unless you
insist upon this remedy and will take no
other you are liable to be greatly deceived.
Price fifty cents and $1,00. Sold by Purdy
A Brecht,
It is given out from Washington that
changes in office are now running to
about 2,000 a week.
How it Happened,
I
SAW
her mouth all filled with pearls.
The sweetest of earth's oharming girls,
1 lost my heart to her that day,
And now I never ceaae to say,
"Buy SOZODONT!" -That made her mine,
That made her beauty so divine.
Ladizs
who uBe SOZODONT have only to open
their lips to prove its excellence. Their
white gleaming, spotless teeth, and
fragrant breath will tell the story. There
is more demand for this wholesome and
unexceptionable preparation than for
any other dentrifice in the market. One
day its use will be universal.
Wm-Hyde, editor of the St. Louis
Kepubhoan, has been appointed post
master at that city.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shilon's Catarrh
Remedy. PriceSO cents. Nasal inieotor
free. Sold by Purdy & Breoht.
yon suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Sbiloh's Yitalizer is
goarauted to cure you. Sold by Pnrdy
& Breoht
Sleepless Nights, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Onre is
the remedy for you. Sold by Purdy &
UreoEt.
That Hacking Cough can U# so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by Purdy & Breoht.
lit '7-
Livery, Feed
-AND
Sale Stable
Most Commodious in the NortSiweet
PETElt STEFFJLM, Prop.
(lOKKKH OK UODGLA8 AVENUE and
Kourth streetfl, (formerly Gardener's ware
houflc) han the moHt oompiete Livery oatflt
and Bftio Btable in Dakota.
Patronage solicited and satis
taction (ruaranteed.
PETElt HTEFPIN.
Sioux Citv '& Pacific
It A1L.RO
AD.
IN OONNECTIOM WITH THJC
Chicago & Northwestern Kailwa
Popular Pioneer Route 1
8ETWEEF-
SIOUX CI VND OU1CAGO.
A£.e,
onAy
line running
PULLMAN JaL*A.CJb Drawine-Room
and tiLLEPlNQ O&tr between eioux
City and Chicago, through with
out change. Elejfant Diuing
Cm** we aUo inn on
Traina between
Chicago and Council Bluffs.
These care are the most modern, oomplet*
and magnificent Dining Oars in existence, and
are managed and run entirely in ihe interests
or the traveling public, and wUhont regard to
expense in maintaining the table. The
furnished will inolude all the delioaoies of cnc
•©wwd* and equal those to be had at an5
strictly nrst-olass hotel, peed, comfort aoo
safety are combined, which render this the
EOPLES* FAVORITE ROUTE 'S
FBOM BIOUX OITJf TO
Chicago
4ND ALL POINTS EAB
Milwaukee w4™Skl!nt8
Des Moines
in
flCDtbe"
The Quiokest and Shortcut route
St. Louis
AND ALL POINTS fiODTb
PftSt Time. Sur© Oossiectiousi
No Delays.
All Trainn are fall
LEB SAFETY FLA'
HOUSE AUTOMATIC AIK
illy oqiuppeu the MIL
.ATFOKM a .a WESTING
BAKES.
Trains leave Sioux
and 4:40a. m.
PaBsern-ers takinB this line make direot oon
•eotione in Ohioairo with all fast trains for all
principal points east, and at U. P. Ti insfer
Council Brnffn, with all ti- ins for pointa south
principal pomta866
cheoke,,
thron«h
to t.11 the
J. B. BUCHANAN,
General Passenger Agent.
O. M. Lawleb, Gen 1. Hup't.,
Missouri Valley. Iowa
J. W. BUDDY, Agent, Sioux City.
THE PEOPLE'S LINE.
Fargo & Southern
KAILiWAY, between
FARGO & ORTONVILE
Is prepared to handle both
FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC
With promptness and safety. Oonnectine
at Grtonville with the Ohicago, Mil
waukoe & St. Paul system,
the Fargo & Southern
thus makes another
Great Trunk Line
PEOpVp-bi TWH
and
T^ern The
PEOPLE LINE is superb in all its appoint
monts, elegant ooaehes, Pullman sleepers on
all night trains and its rates are alwan as low
and time ae quick as other lines.
When you GO EAST or COME WEST try the
Fargo and Southern.
Trains leave Vargo for Minneapol
and intermediate stations, at 7:60p. ni. and 7:80
olis, St. Paul
a. m. Arrive at Fargo from St. Paul and Min
neapolis at 8 a. m. and 8:20 p. m.
Tioketsfor sale at the principal stations for
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ohicago and all eastern
and southern states. For further information
•"idrww A. V. H. OABPENTEB,
Gen. Freight and Pans. Agent Milwaukee
WILLIAM TOBIN,
•Practical Painter,
TAOTTON. DAKOTA.
HOUSE, SIGHS,
—AND-
arriag-e Painting
yb Deoorative Paper Hanging..JH Doag
las Avenus between Third and Fourth street*.
The Victor Bicycle
R. M. WARD, Agent,
®rFor particulars address the President.
To School Officers.
Sohool Township Books and Blanks,
Sohool District Books and
Blanks, compiled and
arranged under the
School Law
1883,
FOR SCHOOL OFFICERS DAKOTA
Published and^forSs&te by
BOWEN & KINGSBUSY,
Yankton
Uity daily at 2:25 p.
Dakota
TJ. a COMMISSIONER!?
MINER8
SHERIFFS
NOTARIES PUBLIO
CONVEYANCERS
ABSTRACTORS
U. S. Land Office Blanks
lG&»C&talogiie furnished on application.
Address. BOWEN A KINGSBURY,
Yankton, Dakota.
Supreme Court Reports.
Volumes one and two,^
Dakota Reports!
$5.00 PER VOLUME.
Address, BOWEN & KINGSBURY,
Yankton. Dakota.
a, -w
Dakota!
Wo tan famish the Session Laws
of Dakota (or the years
1879,1881 and 1883.
Address, BOWEN A KINGSBURY,
Yankton,, ....Dakota.
\°»T s/^ru^wr*'1™'rt '*3f*-y «~-b •*,«- *****?& pt
Yanltoa, Dakota.
University of Dakota.
AT VERMILLION.
Third Year begins Sept. 15th.
BOTH SEXES RECEIVED,
New Dormitory ready Oct. 1.
TUITION FREE.^3
....Dakota
legal blanks.
PRESS AND DAKOTAIAH LIST:
FOR LAWYERS,
JUSTICES OP THE PEACE
PROBATE JUDGES
CLERKS OF COURT
J. P.
Real
A
No. .1 A good quarter section animpiov
ed in a well settled part of coucty, 12
miles from city, 2 miles from school-'
house.
Mo. 2. A fine tract cf lanoi, part'bottom,
elegant plow aDd bay luud. 8cliool
bonse on same section.
No. 3. An extra line section, 55 ncros
broke, large grove of trees, living
water in a well settled section, live
miles from oity.
No. 4. A Hue see. 1 mile from R. R.
station, joining a sohool section, five
aores in cultivation.
No. 5. This seotion yields abundance
of hay and is suitable for rawing any
crop. Corners No. 4 and joinB same
sohool section.
No. 6. An elegant section, fine soil,
plenty of hay, has a small lake in
centre, joins sohool section 3a mile
from R. li. station, joins No. 4, making
a beantiful half section.
No. 7. Ail improved tarm, 160 acres, 10
railes from city, 2 from R. R. station
bouse 20x32, frame, 4 rooms plastered
cellar atoned up good well barn 32k
86 125 aores under cultivation 7 acres
fruit trees 5 years old orchard seeded
to tame graBS.
No. 8 160 aores unimproved bottom land
No. 9. 360 aores, 6mall house, barn, 120
acres fenced with creek running
through it, 30 acres trees, 75 acres
broke, near oity.
No. 10. 1280 acres in one body a email
lake touches one corner and bui, a tan
ning creek of water through the land
hay, pasture and plow land abundant.
Nb. 11. 320 aores, house, 40 acres broke,
living water, email grove of trees.
No. 12. 160 acres rolling prairie, good
grass and adopted for stock raising.
No. 13. 160 acres fine prairie, plenty of
hay, watered by a small lake.
No. 14. Aa extra fine section for hay
or cultivation in one of the best por
tions of the county.
No. 15. seotion, half mile from No. 14,
very desirable.
No. 16. 360 acres of as fine land as can
be fouad in Southern Dakota, slopes
gently to the south, has fine hay, joins
school section which is watered by the
James river 40 aores cultivated.
No. 17. 269 acres, house, granery, good
well, pasture, hay and running water
75 acres under cultivation.
No. 18. 160 acres on Beaver Creek, fine
grass and plow land, living water, a
grove of trees 12 years old, hard wood
and cottonwood.
No. 19. A fine quarter aection, unim
proved, located in a thickly settled
portion of the county, six miles from
oity.
No. al. 120 acres improved, on Mis
souri river bottom house 18x26, frame,
4 rooms, bricked up cellar under whole
bouse, barn, shed with ehiugle roof to
bold 60 head, 6 acers trees, (50 apple),
65 acres under cultivation.
No. 22. 80 acers, bottom hay land in
good location, 1% mile from railroad
station.
No. 23. 160 acres fine bottom land
joins No. 22.
No. 24. 160 aores, joins school section,
afine improved farm, 2 miles from
school house, one mile from church,
•tone bouse, stone barn, granery and
corn crib, good well and pump,
aores trees, 45 aores brok» (23 plowed)
Springfield Stage Co'ny.
MAIL PASSENGER & EXPRESS.
From YAJJK.TON to FORT
RANDALL via Bon Homme,
Springfield, Yankton Agency
aud WHITE SWAN.
EAYE8 YANKTON at 7 a. m. daily, exceu
Sunday'*, for SPRINGFIELD and interme.
dlate points, arriving at Springfield at 12 m.
Leave XANKTON tn-weekly for FOBT BAN.
DALL, arriving at ITOBT RANDALL at 8 p.
This line is thoroughly eauipped With thi
beat of Btook, delegacy OONuOKD (JOAOH
Kb, insuring
Comfort, Speed aud
To
Hayward,
Estate
HEADQUARTERS,
Block, southeast corner of Third street and
Douglas Avenue, Yankton, Dakota.
PARTIAL LIST OF LAJsDS FOR, SALE.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Press and Dakotaian
Price per year—Daily $10.00. Weekly $2.00.
back), 10 htacl cuttle, 2 mules, 10 hogs.
120 chickens, wagon, MuCormick reup
er, McCoimick mower, hay rack, corn
bheller, li plows, (1 sulky) and all tools
and implements necessary. Will be
sold at a great bargain.
No. 25. 120 acres near Milltown, has a
brown stone quarry with exoellent
rock.
No. 20, 160 aorta near No, 25, excel
lent land.
No. 7. 100 acn in same township as
No. 25 and JNu. 26
No. 28. 160 acres near Carthage, Miuer
Co., extra fiue land.
No. 29. Nearly 80 acres on James river,
fine bay land, with river front of nearly
mile some timber.
No. 30. 160 acres in northwest part of
Clay county, No. 1 land, in a good
settlement.
Np. 32 320 acres, brick house, 4 rooms
and attic, frame granery 12x33, tem
poiary stable and oattle sheds, well,
2 acres trees, 140 acres broke, 75 acres
hay laud, joins school section.
No. 33. 400 aores of the. best land in
Yankton county, all good for cultiva
tion or for hay, beautiful spring of
water, new house. 20x24 on stone
foundation, 40 acreB bioke.
No. 84. Valuable stock farm, highly
improved, situated on James river, 26
miles from Yankton, S miles from im
portant railroad station and town,
affording good, market, near a large
gjitst mill, watered by river and fine
creek which rnnB through entire pas
ture.' Enough hay, lt ed and seed for
spring sowing 400 acreB bottom, 1600
acres pasture and plow laud, 500 aores
of which is broke aud 300 aores plowed
back last fall 1100 acres fenced in
three pastures two fine dwelling
houses with many modern improve
ments barn and shed 28x40 an 1 14x
40 stone hog house, shingle roof 24x
40, corn onb, sheds for 150 head cattle,
improvements worth $9,000 all new
machinery aud implements necessary
100 head of cattle 140 hogs, 10 horses.
Good reason for selling. Will be sold
at a bargain.
No. So. Stock farm on James river, 1760
acres. The river runs through the
premises afi'ordiug abundant water
aDd 250 acres hay land on eaeli side
1000 acres feuced with wire, 200 aores
in crop last year. This farm joins a
school section of 640 aeres. The im
provements consist of frame dwelling,
barn and sheds for 400 head of cattle.
If desired purchaser cau buy live stock
and implements.
Mo. 36. 181 acres af fine high bottom
land improved, the choicest piece of
land on the bottom in.. Yankton
comity.
No. 37. 160 acres on Beaver Creek.
No. 39. 240 acres, nine miles from city,
house, barn, granary and corn crib,
good well and a creek of never failing
running water. Plenty of hay land
70 acres in orop, rented for one-third
crop which will be included in sale—
for sale at a bargain.
No. 40. 160 acres of extra fine land,
joins No. 59, making itsuperb farm of
400 acres.
No. 41. A beautiful quarter section one
fourth mile from city limits, has a fine
building site aud abundant hay land
This is an extra fine quarter seotion
and capable of highest cultivation
9
Security
It*
patron*.
OOLVEB & TEETEBS, Proprietor.
"Office at thp Mnrrinon Hotel.
Yankton and Hurley via Swan Luke
MAIL,
Passenger & Express Line.
H. H. DEYO, Pbofbiesob
Yankton offioe at the Commercial House-
CKFABTBBM
Leave Hurley for Swan Lake and return daily.
Leave Svan Lake for Yankton Monday, Wee*.
OAMay and Friday on return of Hurley Rtage.
Leave Yankton for Swau Lake and urlei
on Tueaaay, Thursday andHatnrday at7 a'alick
the morning connecting at Hurley with the
NorthwMtarn train.
FIBSI-SLISS MIES
MS TO A."VI)TKO ,. Kg
DAKOTA
VIA Till-,
08101601 NORTH WESTERN
3Et.ii.XX. WA'ir,
Thia great Railroad now offers travel
ers their, choice between Two Firet^clast
Routes to and fi orn the Fair.ous Graft)
Central filial Southeas" ojt
Wia,Whn^
fcit.ij p.rid j.ra.oy, Mum,, aua the ol
na Clinton, Ce^TKapxci3,^mii,xi
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A RadicalCure
Aeronts sefl Xicljete
MAKVIN HUGHITT,
aa Vice-I'Ten. and Gen.
Cure without Me
dicmc. Patented
October 18, 1676.
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SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES.
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50b. Price $1,50. gold by all niln
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of price. For further particu- wUIIti
Jam Read for circular. P. O.
Box 1533.
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Ho. JS, John, street, New York.
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Wir.t.rAM KSIABE & CO
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X(,n. 504 nsrt 20G West Baltimore Street Baltic
xo. lis Fifth Avenue. New York. """"wre.
VA/ANTElj—Young Lndien in city c,r ocmnt™
to work for us nt their hmrpo-rn.^:.®??1'"ina1iJi!Rfnhomes
to work for
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employment no irmtructions to
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four cents in Btftinpg. I'leasc addreps, Horn
Box wf60TK,UN°
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\VANTED-An active Man or Woman
to EcU our
B£7,5T. CHARLES STREET
STvbO\/i !D, MO-
A KcKrn!it«J «racl«rtto of three medical col
leges, has been longer engaged in the treatment
of i'Su-oiitCt A'orvous, Skin and Wood
IMseaaea than any other physician itiAmer*
Consultation at oilico.or by mail, free, and
Medicines scnt' hv mail op express c-vervwhne,
0«.*ktrcly |»«fj£ecl isoo Cros»a cf«icrvn(lou.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental
and Physical, Weakness, arising from
Indiscretion, Excess, ExpoNtiro or In.
diligence, producing1 some of the following
cffects: N"crvo\i?ne?'551 Debility, Dunned ol
Si^ht, Defective JVIeinorv, Pimples on tlic Face,
Aversion to Society of .Females, Want o* Pitas.,
ure in Life, Unfitness to Marry, JVlelancholv,
Dyspepsia, Stunted Development,'Loss o£ l'owcr,
1'ainsmtlie I3ack, etc., arc treated with u«pa
alleled success. Safely,- privately.
A Positive Written Guarantee
given In every cukablecase where doi iit«.
ists it is frankly stated. Complctcsymptom blank
enablinij. you to properly state your case,sen!
free. 36 page iujok either sex, one stamp.
Blood Impurities and Blood Poisoning,
Mercurial and other Affections of Throat,
Skin and Bones. Blotches, Eruptions, Old
Sores and Ulcers, Painful Swellings,
from whatever cause, positively end forever
driven from the system, by means of sakb timf.-
TESTED REMEDIES.
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and
positively -ured. No poisonous drug's used
Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lunq Diseases,
fonstltntlonal and Acquired Weak
nesses of botla KCXOS, treated successfully.
Age and experience ure Important (fie
proved gnoil remedies of all ages and counlrits
are used, and knowing what to give, no erptri
menis are nmde. On account of the great num.
ber of cases applvinir, the charges arc kept Jow.
often lower than is demanded b'y other'.
MARRIAGE f'MDE
2BO Piijyes, Fin.,, .nlcs.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for50«
in money or postage (stamps. Over fifty wonder
ful pen pictures, showing who may nfnrrv, who
not,why. I'l-operagcto niarrv. Who marr'v firet.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical dccaj\ Who
should rnarrv. How life and'happiness may be
increased. Those married or about to marry
should read it: of interest and value toevety
thinking man ar.d woman. Popular edition,
paper cover, 20c. AddretsJDR. WJII'ITIKK.
A Positive Cure for eyery fonti of
I31oo(l' 'aiil Skhi'Diseaso lrcm
Pimples antl Scrofula.
if
Man
$75 per month and expenses, or conmiimo?
txyenseB in edvance. Outtit free. Tor
,aldrces. 8'i'AKDAIIjL) MLvSrfnii
WAIili CO BoRton,
MPT1QN
Ust« a ptwiu'vo rcutviy
thoUfjaifeift nf cttiteH ol" 1i]« W«m
hitv-p oure»!. Ifo
*(.•••!«• in t»i
that 1 wilpjMii'r TWO V'l'n'l.t,-? [-"ikk,
UAItbK TRKATtfWi r.li thiH .h.w-- U\
1\ U. aUdr» if. llt. i'. A. M.i-.t'l
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IFF and SWOLLEN JOINTS
RHEUMATISM,
the result of blood poison,
1
Humiliating
Burning fc'K in tor-
turn, Loath some 8ore», Mid every
*p:eiesof
Itcuipg, Bculy, Pimply, Inherited Scroiulcufi,
and Contagious of the Blood, fr-kin,
and Hcalp, with
Lorbof
Hair, from infancyto
old ape, »re positively cured by Clticuba
hESOLVENT, thoNcvr Blood Purifier, internaliy»
and Ccticcka, the Great ^bin Cure, and
OuticuraSoap, an exquifeite Bkin beautilicr,
externally,
UCZEM.V ClIRKO.
I was afflicted with Eczema on the Scalp
racr,Karn and Neck» which the Druggist,
when 1 got your remedieftj pronounceu one of
tlie worst caaes that had come under his notic.
He adviBed me to try your Cuticuiu HkmeuieSi
and after live dayb'use,my scalp and part of
my face were entirely cured, and 1 hope
other week to have my' ears, neck, an
other part of my face cured
flKKM AN 8LADE,
120 E. 4th St., New York,
in :n-
and the
akd.soiu:s.
•I have been afflicted since last March with
a bkin diaeane the doctors called Eczema. My
face was covered with rcabs and Hciren, and the
itching and bftrning were almost unbearable.
Keeing your Cimcuiu Bkme3ie8ro higulyre
Ci mmened, concluded to givo them a trial»
using the CUTrcruitA and Cuticuka hOAP«
tornally, and Hk80Lvent internallj, for f«ur
months I call myeolf cured, in gratitude for
which I make this public (statement.
MBs. CLA1U A. FliEDLKICK,
Broad Brook, Conn.
CtTTiotmA Bemedies are sold everywhere.
Price: Cuticuba,50c, UE8OLVE«T, fl.lK) SOAP,
2.r), Prepared by the Pottku L)buo and Chemi
cal
Co., Boston,
MaRfl.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
T^T\fPLK8 Blackheads, Skin Blemishes.
and Baby idumors, use Ccxicuua
'•VftlVK IX Tllli HAVlir Mitch in
the wile, cramps, (shooting and sharp pains,
rheumatic, neuralgic, aud fciaiij
pains, and every externa* pain and
ache soothed and expelled with
wonderful celerity by that new,
original, elejjant and apredy anti
dote to pain and inflammation, the
kUTiouttA
the aide, cr
Plabteiu Warranted the perfection
oteXi gant external remedies, and vastly ^p
enor to all other nlantera. At druggists, 25c.«
ytor Mailed free, PorrEit Due®
and
uiiiiicAL Co.. Boston.
IDecuy.aud nuroeroc:3
obHetirodiHcft»t:f, HaI*
O a
cases.
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KERVOTTS
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fvk.anri-.v-jii,J:
DECAY,
rocx
Ucretion,
too ti-eoxadulneacy.
ovorbrnlnw^rk. Avoia
llio fmpotilion of
tlou'3 rcmetilefl for
tropes. Get our Frea
Circular imdTrJal
cs»,ftnd learn JwportaM
facta before
elf.-whcre. wke#
:E IlTMEOV that HAS
KD thousands, aocfl
interfere with alien-
Itiontu btiFincM, or »u«
Ipfiiucr luconwnwnccro
Jnrv t*rny. foundca on
1 Ufic n»«lic«l prJnci
Avu BydJrcctappUMtlan
Ei *cnt ofaweMC ti
lepecifta influence Is
ln^rle'
Teotebfob ovtmSi:
VEAB3QV USE
IN KAMY
Thousand
Iwlthoui delay. TheEftt
Rural fuhctionaof the nu
|pnoa onccnlim i* re«torea^
The animating element*
I of life, vhirlt navoocen
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OneKoath, fi3.00B
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KacKjana»ei#«hcr
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^,008lMB'*treiigmanu ual vigor.
HAHRID REMEDY CO., M'FOCHEMISTB
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