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Scrofula of Lungs
Relieved.
...
!:K
$ -fP ft' *f'
1 mnl« 49 y«WK 014, and have suffered for
thr"'la*tWith a'lung trouble.
Several members of tho family on my mother'*
side of tho house bad died with consumption,
and the doctors wero all agreed in their opinion
that Ihad cousnrtiction alao. I bad. all the
distressing symptoms of that terrible di«ease
I bays spent thousands ol dollars to arrest
the march of tbe disoase I have employed all
of tlio usual methods, not only in my own case,
but in the treatment of other members of my
family, but temporary relief was all that I ob
tained. 1 was unfit for any manual labor for
several years By chance 1 namelnto poasos
sion tfa painphlot on "Blood fcnd Skin Dis
ease,1' from tfie office- of"Swift Spcoifio Co.,
AtlantaiGa. A friend recommended the nse~of
8 w»£t's Specific claiming that,h«\himftelf jug
en®reatly benefitted by its nse In some lung
troubles. 1 resolved to try it. About 4 years
ngo I eommenoed to take B. 8 8., according to
directions. 1 found it an invigorating tonio,
and have used about fifty bottles. The results
are most remarkable. My oough has.left me,
tuy strength has returned, ana 1 weigh sixty
junds more than 1 ever did in my life. It has
be-n three j(-ar»^inoft,J stwupeA toa.u«e of the
medioine, but have bad no return of the dis
ease, and there are no pains or weakness felt in
my lunm, d» the hardest kind of mechani
cal work, and fee. as well as ever felt since I
was a boy. These, know, are wonderful state
mcnts to make, but am honest when say
that owe my existenoo and health to-day to
hwilt's Specific. It is the only ifiedioino tliut
brought meaoy pe'tfiaijfttt relief., Xdn nob
say
tliajj»wiitt'i»Speoitio will do this in every case,
butmpat piisiJiivglyj»tflT,in, fh»t ithaa done this
1 for me, and I would bo recreant to
d^tylowe to suffering humanity if tailed to
ircsf'ttiti- ebeerf (ii testimony to the merits of
tint wonderful medioine I am well known in
tao city of Montgomery, and can refer to some
oI the best citizens in tbe city.
Montgomery, Ala., June 25.1385.
Swift's Speoifio is entiroly vegetable. Trea
tise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
-J Tan SWIFTSPEOIFIO Co.,
Ga..N. If., 157 W. 23d 8t.
Drawor 3, Atlanta,
Session Laws '85
JlSil
Authorized Edition.
rf HE CONTRACT ...
i_.av*8of Dakota for
for gnnt ng the Session
was awarded, to
oWBKty ilippaiimif of
(en4
D,ako
t.du, and hence tho edition published by them
is the only ADTHOHIZED EDITION. Wo now
have instookbver
ONE THOUSAND VOLUMES
of the botik Und hatffe bbuit, supplying them to
all parts of the country,
In view ol thia fact ,1ih? following advertise
ment which appears regularly in the Fargo
Argus, strikes us as a trifle premature if not
-Wholly untruthful „v-•
ffr#
Hetttion JLatvn
The regular edition of the Session Laws of
'US, published under authority of the territorial
lagi.latare, ore now out of print, but tbe Argus
Liw a few oopie* of the ttesxion Laws of '7fi. 'til
und '8S. and a full supply of tbe Session Laws
of 'Si, as prepared by the West ublishing Go.
of St. Paul, whioh will be sold at lowest
prioin. lie member that tho Session Laws of
IDs'81 and '81
arenf the Tegular stock, but the
Session Laws of '85 are from the West Publish
ing Oo. Addresi THK AUGUt), Fargo.
S.
Feb. 4,188S,
,!tjj
_ggs
Q'i
promptly
tST'All orders for Session Laws
filletfby UOWiSN it KINGSBURY,
Yankton, Dalf»ta.
Supreme Court Reports.
hi
volumes one an 3 two,
Dakota -Reports
ISii
tent
tjSo.OOPEll VOLUME,
BOWHN
A' KINGSBDBT,
Yankton
Dakota, "y
WHililAM TOBfTf,
Practical Painter,
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
HOUSE, SIGN,
AHO-
Carriage Painting
Sar~IHorft
Ruxgbm-JB JDos«
aa Avenn® between Third sad Fourth streets
For Sale.
One 5-Horso power engine and
bailer in good reiStSlr, $160.
One 2-Horso tread power, J,
Ii _€asej mantifacturer, almost
new, will be s6!d clieap.
v'Vus^ the thiflg.V).faw Tppd,ah«H aorn, grind
foad. pump water, grind plows, WOO.OO,
BIAETI3S" & ANDERSON
Foandry and Silaotxino shop, Yankton.
Yankton College.
~A.
,v music. Paint
m? and Drawing. Ejpenscs low.
JOSEPH WABU, Presiddit.
T111.J.KA1.S OF THE ltVL
i.
*v\i
^trZiiS-.i
IS.\J .vi'i "i:
HEARTY
BREAKFAST. 8HOULD BE
AND EATEN QUITE EARLY.
.:
S)K» Ti«ws at Mti English Fhyfticiaui-rrftlifi
StiTfrtfl«»'
4of
'ft' Cup of' Tea—Ch«?rfnl-
Converoatlon at. Meal-Time—Tiio Mid
day Lunch—Dining Oul
The first meal of the day. or ^IcSklaBfc. is
to this' coantry ^with those in health at all
eveuts—a fairly substantial one, although
some people'tty—trtt thmjfc goodness, try
in vain^to assimilate French- and English
customs in regard to breokfaBt. Erawco
and its, folks are difCcrent froiii England,
and wit)i its' Boiid men and •women. Its
clllxiat6' "W aifTbferit fhnn ottrs itSTiotion*
as Tegnrds eatlng and drlnltiiig can uevor
be en^afted.onEnglish bone
anl,rp.nsclov
Yes, breakfast ought to .be a hearty one,
cateii cMy ln' tiie' morning,'"aM e&ten
Bltrf^y, so as to preclude tho possibility of
eating-too heavilyt whlch would materially
intssrfere with the business tf tlio day.
A jnan or woman who is no breakfast
eater must 'either be aheaxy—over Keavy—
Supper «atcr or be inn bad state of health.
A .person wlio .requires tho stimulus of a
cup of t^a, or any.ptiier stimuluB or stimu
lant wJ^atover,, ^efor.e partaking of solid
fp^lls pot lu the heyflav qt heal
tit I like
to .fwit .Jww1l^bteaJcfiW-fiis^'ttna
thei^ ^el rounii l5pr his crip of cotfee, tea or
cliocolate,
'i have known tlio strongest and
healthiest o£ men positively forget all
about the 'l^uid part'of t]i'eir "breakfast,
arid leave t£e "table'without 'Jt. IliaVfl'
kiiown 'men who schrdely over touched a
drop of liquid of any kind fronl one week's
ctid to aiiother, iind Wlio,' tiovetlhclcKs,
werS in ruflcij' find vobuat health.
••#HA¥TO tXT #OR^Jt^lIA•KFAst.^ ',•
What a pbfsotl dats for bfeakfast' often
gives me a clew to the State of 'hin health:
One BXattoplei H, "•While"sojourning at a
h'dtely I see tt than come down to breakfast
between
:10
T.J. HOLT.
aiid'
11 and sit tlotvn to deviled
kidneys'With' plenty of sauce1 (plqu. t),
and perhaps one poor puny egg to follow,
1 would be willing to' aver that he carries
a white tonguo,- -and 'that liis-liver -Badly
needs seeing to.
Ham and eggs, bacon and eggs ora beef
steak or ttndei'done chop, with boiled-eggs
toiollow, and then oupol nice.tea, is a
sensible breakfast for a -man who la going
«Way out in the fresh air to walk or Tide
OT^pri^iU riOP'rii brit rifitjoi- a porsjuri whp
has to sit all lay in the Rame position at
manual labor. emphasize the word
tnanual' becauso "InteUettuai ijr ^ilental.
work conduces.to Appetite. An.author,
hard athisdesk,' If his1 ideas be flowing
treely.if he be happy at h?s work, and
time flying swiftly with hltn, soon gets
hungry, wliioli only prove# that we must
support the boily well when tliere' is a
Btraiu upon the iriinili so that 110 extra ex
tra expenditure of Uteue may lead to de
bility. v.
Cheerful conversation insures the easy
digestion of a good breakfast. It is a pity
that in this country fMe'6ustom of inviting
frifinds to thfe iriatiitii'iaT ifneiffl is hot more
prevalent. It may Bepm a strange thing
to. flay, but I would.ten times sooner go out
to breakfast than to-dinner. One is, or
ought to be, freshest in the morning he
theti' needs 110 artificial stimulus to make
him feel lirigbt, witty, liappy, as he too
often-does'iifter the -duties of the' day are
over.- -•1
LUKaiEOS—A "sNACi"—bTSPKPStA..'':
The wifl-day. meal or luncheon to those
who dine in tho evening and who have
work to do in the afternoon slfould be
llghjt ope. I am pot quite sure that do
not approve of.,the city "snack." It outs
one pas! it -sustains nature it leaves-the
mind free to th}nk and to do jta duty,, andj
above all- it.enables the stomach' to have
a rest before the principal meal of the day.
Nbw, about this' meal have to say
that, if partaken of alone by one's self, it
ou^ht to bfe 'an abSteminous bjie.'' Even in
company ,U- need not be ,,a. heavy one. No
matter how many courses there are,* there
is not the slightest necessity of making too
free with them.
.. .But. it Ja. .a-lact^. which every one. must
have felt, that even a moderately .heavy
meal is quickly and easily digested, if ac
companied with and' followed by witty or
Intellectual and suggestive conversation.
..Tjn a dyspeptic I must not dino out,"J
have heartl a gentleman more than once
remark.
(Joesdya
jieptics, a deal of good to dine out, if 'tjiey
can eat in moderation and judiciously,
never be|ng tempted to call in the aid oi
artiflc"farstImulM"id~enable them to do a#
•WW* "$£ fli6^,.,jl^^t'.'p)iys{que Redoing
ttroubd thein.-TrCasseU'a Family Hag«sine
NotEntiuoly»N«wldeft.
IHtlJrtrated. daily jotiiiialismis not nn pn
tirely .nev idea, Although not, re
cently have the daily papers resorted to
illustrating current events. Theodore B.
Da^ls,, the war artist, told me recently
{liat wi .'the ttjrie Ot '.'thci' feldor Bennett he
was summoned one evening to tho resi
dence of the founder of- The. Xew. York
Heraldj ttud the matter of illostTating fojf
The Herald fully discussed There \tere
limltationa wad olsta,clos In the' way of
rapid firigj'avjag.'' which, have since, been
overcome*, but whioh then prevented Mr,
Bennett from carrying out his design.—
Pioneer Press "Listener."
J'i'
|S 1
Ui
TccKnleal Education In 'Europe
Several of the governments of Europe
have taken additional steps to further the'
cause of technical education. The pro
gramme to be pursued 1B preserved as a
secret, as each nation Maries to establish
the iriost perfect and thorough system.
Technical schools have been started .in
neMy All of thfe large fettles of Great Brit
ain. France, Austria and Turkey are in
creaslng tlra number of their schools and
enlarging their scope.—Philadelphia Rec
ord.
ji
The Secret of Kartlily Happiuoss.
Mr. Joseph Arch, having had the good
luck to be elected member of parliament,
liririoiince? Ips int^ritibh of pushing his en
ergies in the direction of free land for the
English peasants. "The possession of a
small freehold," he said recently, "has
been tho secret of all my earthly happi
ness."—Hcwtqn Budget.
Beneflfs ~o/~JS/iat1(pd fiooiVellowsliip.
Dio I^ewis says that an Englishman,
without observing the laws of exercise
and sleep, will dlgest'ain enormous dinner
and preserve his Btomach because of his
two hours' chat and good-fellowship af telj
warfo. .- ...... 'J
1
1
One or Tkom&s Carlyle's Words.
The word environment, now so popular,
was introduced into- our language by
Thomas Curlyle,. ,wha. borrowed it from
the French, they having used it for two
centuries.—Boston Budgetr
I,lves to (tood Olil Age.
Ornithologists chtim that wild-geese livs
to the age of loQ.j?ears. Another evidence
that out-door"'exercises is conducive to
Hftngevity.
aj-.
Purdy 4i Brecht,
The druggists, who are always looking
after, the interest of their customers, have
now secured the sale of Dr. Bosanko's
cough and lung syrup, a remedy that never,
fails to cure coughs, colds, pains in th«
chest and all lung affections. Price 50 cts.
jujd Jl.OO, Samples free.
ExctUment In Texas.
Qreat excittneat has been caused in the
vicioity of Paris, Tex, by the remarkable
recoyeiy of, Mr, JT. E. Cortey, who was so
helpless he coold not turn in bed. or raise
his.^eajl everybody said he was dying ot
Consumption. A, trial bottle of Dr. Ku
Hew Biecbvery was sent bim. Finding
relief, he bongh».aiarge bcHJe and a box
ol i)r. King'# Kew Life Wllgf"bv the titpe
he had taken two boxes oi Pitts*arid two
tottlea of the Discovery, he was well and
hsd-gained in flesh thirty-etx pourtds,.Trial
Bottles of this. Great Discovery for Con
sumption free at the £xqejaiar Drug Btpre
01 i'urdy & Brecbt.
....
An OrdinaiioeuU J.
lo amend chapter 14 .of the revised
ordinances: of the City of. laukiop,
entitled "Providing Police Force.''
The .Mayor and Council of the Oity of
Yankton do enact arid ordain tis follows:
Suction Chapter ii of the revised
tfrilitianfces "bf ttse city at '1'attktoD,
entitled "Providing.police force," bound
the Bame is hereby amended by adding
thereto, after eeot^on 12, an aii4itiqual
section to- be numbered'section 13, iii'
th&re words addHgofeft natoly: Sftotion
13. Upon application in wrtting, signed
by ten or mow resident tax payers of
eaid oity, addressed ,t.9..ttiQ qityoiaud
council of said city, stating that an
emergeuoy eiistg," 6t is threatened,
requiring tbe election of special
poiioemun with, tho- powers of. a regular
policeman that .. the applicants wiii
guarantee to maintain auch speoial
poiiceman at ttieir own bost au.l espense
and naming' soma suitable' perBOn'
whom the'uppliofintH.desira to' be eieoted
such.sp.eqia^ppUpjeman, the.mayorand
couuoil, at any regular or special mee
ing bf the ooituciT, if they are'sa'tislied
ttiat au'tfttiergeuey eiisti*, or is threaten
ed, are( hereby authorized and empow
er.ed..t«.,e}pot,,8,ueU. spepwl .policeman,
either the person named by the appli
cant's or' sotne' 'other 'Competent' person'
to seive duiing such emergency, and so
long-only &a ib''ttpplicautH..sttall main
t^n -Ai|«ii,$sf)nwmo,'.«oh*s ev^Bpr.ais
missed by the mayor and counoil and
the mayor and couuoil shall have power
to- dismiss such policetntrn at their
pleasure, and- elect another in his place,
if in their judgment the public interests
require,' The policeman thus elected
shall q'ri&l'ify by "taking the oath arid
executing a' bttnd required by a regular
policeman, and is hereby-vested with
ijke. Powers.and authority, and shall be
subject to uli the restrictions unpoped
by' laW add'J't'he ordinances of' said city
.upon members of tbe -regiilar police
toroo of suid eity, and shall receive-from
t.i*9,„«ftpUeapUi such compensation .as
may bo agreed upon between the. appli
cants, and the policemen"tbusappointed
to" b0 paid "by the applitants,' and tbe
oity .shall .not in any manner whatever
be responsible for the ,p,ay. and. oompen
sation of such epooiul polioeman.
'Seotiori'2. This ordinance stiail take
effect and be in force from and after its
passage and approval.
Passed. MAT,OH 10,1^6
E. T. WHITE, pity Clerk.
"Approved'Blanch 10,1886!
that Spalding's
Has Used tlieiu Forty Yours,
R. 8. Day, of Watsouville, Santa Cruz
Co., XDaliforftia, writes February 3,1885
"-When- my wife was seventy-three yeais
old. jshe.was troubled ,with a...very bad
cougb, and it looked as if she would die
with'consumption. She' would not ball"
in a ddctot. bttt conitneneed' taking
Bnmdretk's Ptlla, two- and three every
night. In three weeks she was com
pletely, cured, and her health, .is now
very gopd, pud am,.sure the Pills have
prolonged liiar life as "my wb, ftir I have
uHea them forty \yekfS, aad atn no#
eighty-four years, old. They have been
my only medicine."
•-I...' .-**•*—r" ""i—•'
Cure For Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense
of,Tfejght in.the b^k,,lpine_and Jowerjart
qf tl}?., abdonjijp, causing the, jutient to
suppoae he has some ai}ectlon of tiiekid
n'eyfc or netfihbbritig OrgaiiB, At titaes,
symptoms of- indigestion 'Hre- present, as
Qdtuleney, nneaaineas .of the, stomach, etc.
A. moisture, like prespiriition, producing a
disagreeable itching, after getting warm
a common attendant, JBlind, bleeding
and itching Piles yield at once to the ap
plication of Bosanko's Pile Bemedy, which
apje. direptiy. uP9t. ,th.e ,par,W. afepted,
absolving the tumors, allaying tbe intense
itching,' and a {iermanent care.
Price fifty cents. Address, The Dr. Bo
nankb Medibine Co.-,1 Piqutt,-' O ioiii- by
Purdy -fe Brecbt. ..... „,
Advlce to- Mvtnsrs.
Are Vbu 'disturbed at night «nd broken
of yoar rest by a siok 'child snfferinR and
crying with pain of cutting teeth If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs
WIKHBOW!8 HOOTHIKG BY853P fot Child
rou Teething. ts alue is moalouiablo.
It will .relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there in AO mistake about.,it. It oures
dysentery and diarrb'oaa, regtilates' the
atomaahaud' bowels,'1 wi6d'' ooiio,'
softens the gnmsr reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and' 'ehibfgy to the whole
system. Mrs. Wtnslw's Soothing Syrup
for'Childfeh Te&Miiiy''is pleii6fi.il t6 the'
taste. and is tho preoription- of one of
the oldest nurses and .and, best- female
pbyeieiana.io the Upjted,states, and is
for sale by ail druggists tbroughont tiie
world. Price 25"6eots a'bottle.
A 0roat Kurprise
Is \n style for fdl wlio use Kemp's Bal
samior the, .Tjbroal and Lnnge, t^e.great
guaranteed remedy.. Could vop belieye
that it is sold on its merits and that each
druggist1 is
aathoieed to. refund'yoar money
by tiia propristor of this.Wpn^fiflut remedy,
if it fails to cure you. Ralph M. Ward
has secured the agency' 'for it'.''' Price
fifty1 Ceiita aHrf 'IVihf eize ftee.
,... Net-voas^UeWilled Mep
Yon are allowed a free trialy of., thirty,
lays of the use of Dr. Dye's celebrated
Voltaic BeH'-with Eleotrio-Saepensory
Appliances,' for the speedy- relief and
permanent cure of Nervous,.Debility,
losa.pf. Vitaii-. Aiu^-op4,.and all
kindred troobies. Also, for many other
diseases. Complete restoration to
bealU), vijjor and'manhood goaranteed.
*0 risk is incurred. Illustrated pam
phlet,. witti lall luform^tioD. termB, eto.,
mailed 1
tw by addressing .Voltaic Belt,
Co.,.MarghaU»JHieh,
..Verjf Pcniarkable Rosftifiry.'
5 jtr. 0*P».Y« Wiliingt olj illqh., .writes:
My wifh has been alpiogt bolplesB for
two years, so helpless that she could not
turn aver in bed alone.. She used fereo
bottles of, plcctrio Bitter^ and is so
.tnnch' improved, tbatsbQ is afele noyr'to
jio her own vfprk^ Etecirib ^ittere will
do all that ic oiaimed for (hem. Hun*
dredB_ of te^monials attest their great
curative power. Ouly fifty cents a bot
tle «t_ tbe. JSSKpelsipr Dru* Qtore of
lng'fliPutrdy apd Breoht.
.Wilcox
LT" tenst
••.b&r'Attt.tS. '-4'.
j.irJ M34 »fM
V^?'-"
iii A'
ha.
-H
lUiW
O. J. B. H-ABBtSi'Mayor.'
There's one tooth-wosh, th,o ladies' pride.,
"HdldVfe'd by'b'clles o'f.'revery ''wiUh b^sLae
.ODx. dontririco tiure.is,supremely .blest,
A sweeter, bettor one than all the rest
And you wiUiind, in every land the same,
^Tliat BOZOpON-l'S if* old, familiar naqie.
i/The standard 'JPootli IVssh
of: the age, -is SOZODOifT. It h&s dis
tanced competition.,. XisoolqreU ..teeth
arp rendered vbito, by its use. The
bfdatn derives fragrance'Troai its' aroma
If prevents and arrestsdental decay
The 'g-umB become rosier- and- harder
under its operatiqn. All its ingredients
are vegetable and antiseptic.
Nothing breakable
Glae won't mend.
A
Pin« Lumber,
0
Lathj tsbingleS,
^osls", ^asli^tooors^
V-
QTH JJgtTgS*
RECEI,ti?D
uNevv Dormitory reftdy Ocf(, ,l.,
•/lijtiJi.t't .it,./ -.. i\'k .J
'•'A iUJ
j«|W^CmTION EBEE.JB ^.
f^"JEor particulars address'the Pieaident.
DEBILITAT-sb' M.EWv
oa«ra.aUm«Nl a free trOt! n'r»)re'f'r Saut the
DE"-
»-ve'8 Celebrnii-it V..l!m'o Belt wltn
isiPLtTio •aafip«riPory, A*fjk'cs, fof'tttcf
r-r^f.aP.?
cm Aeri®i..v I), bilitjoss
of' VitnHtif alIlkiTT#Ir?d
Also for iriaiiy other discos' s. Complete rfsioia
tjoti Hfttlth, V»^fr a«(l"Him1i^fx!l'jfviartmtTj«»d:
So rl«k Is ineurreiJ. XlhtKtrafod p^TTiphlet inseuUU
mvctoiic nniHPfl frcp.-^vjrd'In'si^nsf
..
)iTfpi,yAi(}..fipi?.
Did
1
til
i/ti
Yrf
*.ii In
BuildLai Paper,'
2j, vr'&K
Cement, Lime,
Stutoco, Hair,
Paiiit, etc'
Mixed
At Lowest Market Prices,
X-
-'(i auil Mulberry sts.
•triiilt ..
YANKTON
....... DA.KOTA
Also, at LESFERTILLH, D. T.
ST. CROIX.
Lath, Doors,
Shingles* Saab,
fy
deatefe in
Hue and |Iardwood Lum­
ber, Hca Cedar Fence
Posts & Mixed Painty,
,iti'( T«
Aiirc—
Blinds,-a, ,.tin
if .yt' K.
Uraldiiig Paper.
fclsT-Ocdera by mall wrill reoeire piompt at
tentim. IramberaYard on Broadway. •.
University of Dakota.
AT VERMILLION
.-•
ilJ1
.i*i' -,
j'i 'i wv ....
Third Year begins Sept. 15th.
im.
Almost afi Palatable as WSilk.
Tho only pwp*r»tlon^f COD I,ITKB Oil, that
can bo taken readily and tolerated for alone time
))J flclicato BtomnrliS.
..AKI» ^3 i, SEMEUT SUM CONSUMPTIOK.
ECltOHiLOl.S Al'ji'lCCH^ii.'- AKAHIAI iikf.
kBAL DEiiiurr, toi'mis A-Ni) •inmnT TT.
^ITW-NS, AID all'MST'XQ TOsmtbfei's
cmiDKEKHLi It*
l*re8crft)ed anti endorsed bv llx&
la the countries of tK6^6Ha.'
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
The »UYKRfi» mDK n'
Issued March nud
cwsliyw
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A BIG 0 FJPBR ?h0em,nt4°d^m
GIVE AWAY 1,000 self-operating Washing
Machines. If you want one send as your name,
P. O. and express office at onco. THE NATIONAII
Oo 2t Dey street, New York.
$10. inveRteri returns
vxi. Cv llUalyll ^100 in 10 to 20 days.
For proof of this aOdrcsa with stamp.-J. J.
HMITCI, Jiox 83t liocE HILI, B. C.
I Cure Fits!
Whon I say cu.ro I do not meaia merely to stop
tbdni fortime and then have them return
%gain. I mean a radinal cure., I have made
tne NIBEARE of FITS, EEILEPSEI, or FALLING
SICKVE8S a life-long grndy. I warrant my
renu to cure the worst cas^s. Because others
have failed fs no reaftbn foi: not now receiving
a auro. Rend at ouoe for treatise and .a. Free
Bottle of my infallible remedy. Give Express
and Postoffice. -It co#t* you nothing for atrial,
and will cure you. Address.
Dr. H. U. ROOT. 183 Pearl 'St. "New York
WANTED-TO
Co,, Pf O Box 1910, Boston* Mass.
VVE ^AUT SALESMEN everywherie, local
and traveling, to sell ou**
g9od.Bal»ry «nd aU fexpeoAeB,
to sell our goods. Will p»y
.1 fixpeaacs. Write foitermB
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-W-NOHONA P. O.A.MREM. DFT. T. A. SI^RUW,I#N»EARL ST., N.Y
DOCTOft
61,7, ST. CHARLES STREET
ST LiGVI5, MO-
A Refftilnr dradaate of three medical col
leges, has been longer engaged in the treatment
of Chronic, Bicrvons, Hklh
1
BU-TJ2
2
Ot\
1
and Blood
Blsensos than any other, physician in Amer
Ica.^ Consultation at ofRcc or by maH, free, and
Medicines-sent by mail or express ever\nvhere,
lecnrcly packed free frgin obscrvntiou'
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Menial
end Physical Weakness, arising trbm
Indiscretion, Sxeoaa,.Exposure or In
dulKCnce, producing some of tiie following
effccts: Nervousness, Dtbility, Dimness ol
Sight, pefectiye Memow,,piroJp)es on thsFace,
Aversion to Society of Females, Want ot Pleas'
ure in .Life, Unfitness, to, Murrv, Melancholy,
Dyspepsia, Stunted Development.'Loss of Power,
Pains'iB the Back 'etc., are' treated with urinar
alleled sQccess. Safqly, privately.
A Positive Written Guarantee
given in every CURABLE CASH where DOUBT ex
ists It IS frankly M.ted, Complete sytuptom blank
enabling you to properly state your cuse.senl
free, io'pagfe'bobk either SCT, ode staiiip.
Blood Impurities and Blood Poisoning,
Mercurial and other Affections of Throat,
Skin and Bones, Blotches, Eruptions, OH
Sores and (fleers, Painful Sweflings,
from whatever cause, .positively and 'forget
drirgn from the system, by means of SAFE TIMK
TK STEB ngsiEDiEs. S TIFF and SWOLLEN IOIKTS
«nd HHEUMATI5M, Uie result of,blood poison,
positively cured. No poisonous drugs used
Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Luna Diseases,
ConiUtntlonal and Acquired Weak*
ncsaes of both sexes, treated successfully.
Age and experience are Important: the
proved aood remedies of all ages and countries
are used, and knowing What to give, no Expert
tnenls are made., Oj account of the great sum.
ber of cases applying-, the charges are kept low
Often lower than is demanded bv others
MARRIAGE GUIDE
geopngea, .... Fine Plates.
,^-Eleffant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for OOc
iH trtbdey.or postage stamps. 'Over fifty wonder
ful pen pictures, showing who may marrv, wlio
not, why. Proper age to marry. Who marry first.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay Wh0
should marn-. Tfo\r life "and Happiness mav be
increased, fhor.e married or about to marrv
should read it: of interest and value to ever?
thinking man and woman. Popular edition
Paper cover, ggc. Address MR. WIUTTXEB.'
8T4GU2S,
Yankton and Hurley via Swan bike
Passenger & Express Line
^jH. H. DBY'tV
leifikton office at tbe Opmrjieroial Hooae
.. .JJMfilTBJtEll,..
(1,
l^avcHniley for
8w*n Lake and return daUj.
Leave 8«ran Lake for Yankton 51m: day WeS.
o»way and Friday oil rctttm of HaricTEtxre.
Yankton for BW»B L&IE antl HorlM
oo Tnesaay, Xhnnday and Baturday, at7o'«wl
Bo^i »t Hurlev with.toe
Snringfield Stage Co'ny.
MAIL PASSENGER & EXPRESS.
From 'YANKTON to FOKI
KANIAXiLi via Don Homme,
.. Springfield, Yankton Agenoy
,j. euij -1WHITE SWAN.
Afo?ipiUmELD
Skis lire ia "thoronchl^~eq«ipnod ^riufthe
boit of rtook, «drt«^au*0fJNX5ra) OOAOH,
KU,U)r/CVi«2 .... ...
Comfort, 8pi»ed &nd
Security
To ita patrasb
OOIiTEB 4 TEETEB8, ProDrietor.
.«R.Q«iWMthe.MorriaoiiHaUl.
i.r&ASi
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s*v,"«r
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Aj-
Iwt
inod.Ttiovia you will buy- your Kokets
bv1: AND -»V1IX Oi'AltK KOi II
O'tui R.
For, rctea. for eingl* or roun4 trip
Eltjlt^ls c.nil for tull information' npi 6b-J
talnablafroai yous-hcraa Tiokret Afrsntr
in-recrsrd to all pnrtsot'the Weat. Nortli
unci Northwest, write to the Genera
Paseangrer Aerent. Chicapo & North
Waatern Railway, at Oblcago, 111.
All Coupon.Tlok.et Auents eell Tiokctf
're- thin Llna
MARVIN HUGHITT,
iid Viee-Pras. and Gen. Jlaaaa®-.
e®„(Jutaiogue furniehW on.application,
AddresB. BOWEN & KINGSBURY,
Yankton, Dakota.
To School Officers.
SchooI^Township Bccks and Blanks
AW
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t!
.IRF- *4
era their choice cii A
Eoutes. to arni. i\ pvu Ej&sXio ugv/.
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Minn., arid Irfl^.,Mtaa.^aodi
via OUnion, 4ai-1,
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Kftachusteiy. W,olBiy
•=If* destined for -or frcto any pohWta
Control t.r Southoflstiorn -Datona.-'.'paj'
Tickets 'Via vbo -Cri :cf0o-'4fc -North-,
wrttem B«iHvay. '*ttsrtKi.in e,ncl tftel1
eioaionsents «m tho ies thft-worta
Rijit -tby --its- varltyiia Vwaoches it
irlv •evfii'v- Boint of interest'*in'' tfv"
A.KOTA LEG AX BLANKS.
ii ii M.
PRESS AND DAKOTAIAH LIST
FOR LAWYERS,
w«rt for us at
th ir own-homes. #7 to SIO per week can
be easily made no canvassing fascinating and
steady UmpWyiuent. Particulars and eample
^ent for stamp. Address HOME
JUSTICES OF THE "PEACH
PROBATE JUDGES
CLERKS OF COURT
MINERS
SHERIFFS
'..V NOTARIES PUBUO-
CONVEYANOEBS
1
AB8TRACTOH8
U. S. Laud Office Blanks
School District Bookstand
«/-..»«'*• '..!• ULL IMFLLJL I «%4
',31'
Blank*, compiled and
arranged under the
School Law Oi
r-\•i
*'i
1888,
FOR SCHOOL OFFICERS a DAKOTA
Fubliehcd and for tal6 by"
HOWES' & KINGSBURY,
Tank toil
.-Dakota
-»m'V
a a
Wo .Ban Inrnish the Beesion Lawa
of Dakota for the ydtfrft
1879,188.1 and 1883.
Address, BGWEN & KINGSBTJKY,
Yankton,
A POSITIVE
...Dakota,
Cure without Me
dictni. Patented
October 16, 187#.,
cnx« the most obstinate case in°four dnysM
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE, MEQICATED B0UQIES
No naoenos doaes of cnbaba, copaiba or oil ot
?re «rtalA to^prodSee dj^
H?^5*-^deatroyini
d.ertI?y,n«Aetooati.08»-"t "e
by
[field at13 Bl.
for FOBT BAN-
«h. Price »1.5 0. Sold by aU nilnr
druggist* or mailed on receipt 8.11
of price. For furthariwrtaeit VUlHIt
lars send for circular. P. O.
Box ISM..ii: -J. O. ALLANGO^
Ho. 8», John street, Mew iork.
6-!
-l*-ifi£'E
'".'fy.
RELIABLE SELF GUSl
law rcgredl tar: .the-cure. o( Kerroaa Sliwuil.
I.o.t Manhood, Woatnt,,
and
fiecay! siS
in plaui.scaled envelope Free. OniB«, it
Address OR. WARD & CO
RAILROADS
Swux Cily &
ItAJJLKO^D
WHWMinOK W1TU
1J^I
I opular Pioneer
ii
A'4s
Clifcrtgo & Nortiiivestem KattJ
iVkt
-TIER-4
%tttt
c. va.ifii
,:c
BBTWSXK-
SIO OX C1T.V AUD OHlCAto
^t^chaiieqrKfegant^iaiEg
_»ra also iun on
zmtiB between
Cblcago and CoUncU, BI^
Those cars ore the moot modern
and mafimfioont Dining Oars in exi»teSSP .'Jl
oro managed and run entirely in the irato^,'1
*u" TaveUn^r public, and without recu??
in mainfeimiiK th^table.,
will include all t,h» i~'W'
of tho travel
expense
furnished will include all the deUcaoiM Se1f'
•eason, and equal to thcBO to be ha??t
Btriotly lirst-olass hotel, Speed, oomftittS^
•safety are combined, which render thS th"
PEOPLES' FAVORITE ROUTtS
FKOM SIOUX 011'Y To
OMCag'O
AWI) ALLL
Milwaukee
Des Moines
St. LOUiS
Trains leave Bioui
and 4:i0 a. m.
1
P°INT8
EAST
in
fontl,e"
AND
ALL.Point,.«outh.
Fast Time. Sure Connections
-.-/No Delays,
All Truins are fully oquippea vii the Mil.
LEU SAFETY Pl.ATFOkM a,.n WE6TIS0
HOD8IS AUTOMATIC Alii DUAKEB.
Uity dally at 2:2t p.n Sj
PaBBengem taking this line make direct orw
neotione in Ohicayo with all fast trains for all
principal points east, and ut 0. P. Ti msfer
Oouncil BIUSB, with all tr in* for ponfe aontii
and west. BngKage cheokoo through to 'tbe
p*incipal points,
ii.iwii.i j. R. BDOHASAfii'. W
Genoral PaaRen^or Agrii,
O. M. LAWLES, Gen'l. Bnp't.,
--Mifwouri Yaliey.lom
J. W. nUDDY. Acent. Sioux Oity.
THE PEOPLE'S LIKE
outhern
..
RAILWAY, between
KARU0 & 0KT0X V1LK
Is prepared to handle both
FREIGHT & PASSENGER TRAFFIC
With promptnc-RB and safely. Connectiuf
at OrtonvUJe with the Ohicago, Mil
wauk«e--4r "St Paul system
the Fargo Jt Southern
thus makes another
a
Great Trunk Line
iv« 9 f-*„
„i?.?,.a"-
»i
6aB'er?1
"id soathorn states. The
PEOPLL'8 LINE is superb in nil its appoint
nents, elegant coaches, Pullman. sleepers on
all_nijght trains and its rates are always as low
and time as quiok as other lines.
i«l? lot
When yon GO EAST or OOMJS WEST try the
far go and Southern.
Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. P»»'
and intermediate Btations, at 7:5up. m. and7:80
a. m. AiriToat Pargo from Bt. Paul and Mit)«
neapolia at 8 a. m. and 8:20 p. m.
.^Tiokete for Bale at the priiioip&l stations
3b. Paul, Blinneapo'lia.Obioago and all eastern
and southern states. For fnrtker informauon
address A. V, H. OARPBNTEB.
Freight aodJ?anBf ,A«ent. Milwaukee
rJL'Jd[E
GWWiia'i,i.
.MIX.WAPKEE,j.
and
SI-
AUL
JttAlLV.'AY COMPAJVf
OWNS and operate* fire thossand miles of
thoroughlT_«nriup*d road-in HUnois. W«
oonBln,
Iowa, Minnesota, and Dakota.
1
"jj,: .'
„IT,J8 TSE 8H0RT LINE AND
BEST ROUTE BETWEEN AJ.L PIUS
01
PAL POINTS' TN TUBS" ORTE
WEST AND FAR WESl'^ ..
-li
tMikte. OF iJwiigo Snd
1
aPPlj
to the nearest station agent
of the Ohioajo, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway,
'Railroad Sgsnt*anyiftrte in tbe
United tttates or Canada.
A. Y.H.
H. OAHPKNKKB,
Gen. Pass, and Ti nkat Axen*«
ii. MIFitiKB. Genial Maciiger.
stoaa-
GBO. H. HJfiAtFOBD.
i.W.«'
TDOKKB.I A«s't Gen'l Mftnager.
MHIWAUKBB, WIBOOKSIK.
rarffo*.iv tt°o« in.retereuoe fco gpenlal £z.
tftiHtSS?1 time, aud other items ot
u^D tb
I
a
CWomo. Mil,
"lu^s of°UO^fr/W
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