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BRICK and OLA*, SEWER PIPE, &c.
Also, a Vine line
OF
re UTt,Ear.jB
tltllt JVlllilOll
satisfaction
WM. B. VALENTINE
Contractor and Builder,
And l^holesale and Retail
OTUCO6?PLASTK^
I keep the very best qualities and guarantee that I will
soil cheaper than anj*other house in Dakota.
S3?*Mail
orders promptly
I 7 a
lillel..®l
l)Ht G3 AHS) MIDIOTF3,
Excelsior Drug Store
E S A I S E I N 1 8 6 9
Purdy & Brecht,
[SUCCESSORS TO MILLS PURDY]
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Grold Fens, School Supplies,
W?ll Paper and Ceiling Decorations.
BSTSpecial attention given this Liinet-Jga
I
PURDY & BRECHT, Yankton.
WHOI.1SSAI.E LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
ESTABLISHED 1870.
Adler & Ohlman
Dos tillers Agents and Wholesale dealers in
Kentucky and Domestic Whiskies.
Liquors and Wines.
HTE MAKE a speoialtv of shipping Kentucky Whiskiesdirect.to the trade from U.
Warehouses. 0-Vre &UY ANU SELL WHISKIES IN HOMO. Wo carry the lar
est stock west oE Chicago and will dupliaate.prioos o£ any house, without any. exception,
he United States.
Goods sold only at Wholesale.
|T,.l T*/T:i 1 ,1.Varying in price from5J12.00 to J100.00 per t'nous-
WE ARE GENERAL AGENTS IN DAKOTA FOR
Joseph
proprietors
both
ELKHART CARRSACE & HARNESS
8. Bonded
and. We handle the products of the largest
manufaotor'utt in the United States and can satisfy the trade in every resoeot. Our principal
brands are wetland favorably known throughout the northwest and retailers will always meet
with sueoeas by selling them.
SSohlitz's Brewing oompany, Milwaukee, Wis. DubeiBer-Breaob' Brew
ing company, St. Louis, Mo. Ohesterman & Barrows Bottling Works,
LeMars. Iowa Branswiok Billiard Tables, Chicago, Illinois
of Yankton Steam Bottling Works of
Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer.
BT-We are prepared to fill promptly any and all orders for goods in our line and
guarantee
in quality and prioes. Send for circulars and price list
ADLER & OHLMAN, Yankton.
Every Bnggr sold by the middleman
has several dollars added to the first
price. Wo have no agents, but for
twelve years have dealt with the con
sumer. Wo Bblpanywhero with privi
lege of examining before buy
ing. Wepayfrolgntboth ways
not satisfactory. Warrant
everything Sot two enra, Ouo
prieo only. Our Platform
Spring Wagon at 855 is same
Mothers sell at 8S5. Top Buggies
at *90. fine as usually sold for
8125* Our Harness ore all No. 1
F'C
GO.
V*FannBHarae8». *2:?.50. «4-pa(te Illuntrated Catalogmt
Address, W. It, l'UATT, Secretary, Elkhart, Indiana,
FOUND ART AMD MACHINE SHOP.
Mill
Furnisher!
-New process
and gradual
.Reduction
Mills,
IRON
PORCELAIN
ROIiLS.
BANKS.
Yankton Bank.
Edmunds, Hudson & Co.
Bankers, Yankton.
We do a general Banking, Collection and
Loan business, the samo as National Banks.
Bay and sell exabange on the principal oitliw
of the United States and Europe.
Special attention paid tooolleotions, and re
mitted for invariably on day of payment.
Will loan money, pay taxes and sell rea
estate for non-residents, on favorable terms.
Agonte ior RELIABLE INSURANCE COM
PANIES, and insure property oo terms
avorable. EDMUNDS, HUDSON & CO.
JAMES 0. MgVAX President.
W. II. MoVa*, Oashior.
First National Bank
-OF-
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
CAPITAL 830,000 00
SU11PLU8 $38,000 00
Correspondents: Ohemioal, National Bank.
New York. Oommeroial ivational Bank, Ohi
cago, Illinois.
yap-Hell Exohango on all 11 principal cities
.it Europe. t3J*OollootionB receive prompt
attention.
McKinney & Scougalv
a- 3s: is
Yankton, Dakota.
igrhO A GKNKliAL BANKING BUBINESJf
ff oar per oont. interest allowed on deposit#.
Gollootions promptly attended to.
Domeatio and Foreign Exohange bougnt and
gold.
Money to loan on Ifarm Properly. Long tine
Ton per oent. Interest, and No Commission.
Municipal Securities, School Bonds, and
Oountr Warrants ooufht on reasonable terms.
HOTELS.
Germania House
Douglas Avenue, near Third street,
Yankton, Dakota.
|Wallbaum & Becker,
PROPRIETORS.
This house is the headquartera'.for ^travelers
iid immigrants. Good stabling in connection
with the hotel.
Raymond House
Yankton, Dakota.
B. RAYMOND, PROPBIETOB
1\IED10INAL ARTESIAN WATER possessing
most healthful medioinal properties.
Exclusive property of the house.
Terms—One lOollar per day.
and fro a all trains.
ffteo 'bus.to
Polled Angus Stock.
|?0H SALE-of prize winning strains, pure
breeds and grades.
One thoroughbred 3-year old
Bull, $300.
One thoroughbred 13 months
old Bull $250.
Eighteen four year old Cows in
calf, to the 3-year thorough
bred bull, the bunch for $720.
The Calves arc worth tbe money at tfweekB ol
Twelve three quarter blood
young bulls lor $625,
taken soon—offering one of the best^chances
tc a starter of A Polled ADGUN herd.
Address, BENNETT, BOYD & 00-, auction'
eers and fine stock commission agents, Des
Moines, Iowa.
ESTABLISHED 1871.
Dakota
Real Estate
Farms in all Parts of Dakota
stock lianches, City Prop
erty, Loans. Municipal
tBondfl Negotiated.
fl,
J, li.HA.NS0N.,..., jrAMKTOK.
gjiiljl mid £)&1uMw
IS FOBLISHKli
BVEBY EVENINQ-KXOEPTINQ SUNDAYS.
TERMS orStJBsaaiPTios: By ranier*, per
month, $1,00 per year, (12 by mail,I per
month, 85 cents per year, $10.00.
Oftice on Third Street, PresB and Dakotaian
block.
llOWKST & KINGSBCKY. l'rop IB.
Ei-Scoretarv Chandler is managing a
boom for Blaine at Washington whioh
promises to bear fruit in the next presi
dential campaign.
Anew railroad war has been declared
and the prediction is that first class pas
senger rates between Chicago and Conn
oil Bluffs will go as low us fifty oente.
Grand Master Powderly is making a
shrewd move in his efforts to consolidate
with the knights of labor the amalga
mated association of steel nnd iron
workers.
Governor Hill dcc
linal to participate
in tho Memorial day exeroises at the
tomb of Grant. It is said that the pres
ence of Cleveland was the red rag which
enraged him.
John Kelly is dead. After an illness
of seven months the powerful sachem of
tammany has yielded to the inroads of
disease
rand
is now no more than
any other inanimate lump of human
clay. After the downfall of Tweed, tam
many, which was then tbe democratic
party, WBB reorganized by Kelly and
Tildec, but afterwards these two leaders
fell out and tammany has since been
chieily known BB a bolting faotion. It
has recently regained its prestige in
local politics and with Kelly d«ad may
again attain to its old time power.
It will be notioed by reference to our
telegraphic oolumns of yesterday that
the house committee on Pacifio railroads
has agreed to a favorable report upon
the bill authorizing the Union Paoific to
bnild branch lines. This bill has passed
the senate and the conclusion of the
house oommittee is almost equivalent to
its passage by the house. The act is
one of importance to the people of this
neighborhood, as it foreshadows tbe
construction of Union Pacifio feeders in
northern Nebraska and a line or two
reaohing Dakot,award.
President Cleveland's marriage to
Miss Frank Folsom was consummated
last evening in a quiet and, for
a presiden
tial affair, unostentatious manner. The
twain were made one, under the roof of
the white house, and the land now has a
first lady. That she is a lady in every
sense of the term the best authorities
assert and the country can congratulate
itself along with its congratulations to
the ohief executive over tho event whioh
has given him so charming a bride. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Sunderland, tbe president's pastor, and
the following parties were the witnesses:
Miss Cleveland and Mrs. Hoyt, the
president's sisters, and Mrs Nelson,
their guest Mre. Folsom and Ben Fol
som, the mother and uncle of the bride,
and Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rogers, of Sen
eca Falls Dr. and Mrs. Sunderland, the
president's pastor and wife Secretary
Bayard and his eldest daughter Secre
tary and Mrs. Manning, Secretary and
Mrs. Whitney, Secretary and Mrs.
Endioott, Secretary Lamar, Postmaster
General and Mrs.
VilaB.
The country
has not been unduly excited over this
event. It has been interested and it
feels tbe usual exuberance which a
wedding scene inspires. It will think
better of Mr. Cleveland, too,'for the
act and it will concede that he weais
his forty-nine years with more patri
archal grace now that, he has become the
head of a family.
With the approval of the secretary of
the interior, Commissioner Sparks has
issued an order suspending all timber
culture, pre-emption and desert land
entries for two months and directing
local land officers to refusa to receive
applications for suoh entries. This is
done in anticipation of the passage by
the senate and the approval by tbe
president of an aet repealing the timber
oalture, pre-emption and desert land
laws, which has already passed the house.
Ic
staggers some of tbe wise beads
learned in land office lore when oalled
upon to explaiu by what authority
exeontive branch of the government
anticipates the passage of a law and
orders its subordinate* to carry it into
effeot before it becomes a law. Upon
the same theory Dakota could declare
itself divided and admitted without oon
veying a shook to the Sioux Falls Press.
There are several bills pending in con
gress upon that subject. Bat it lfi con
ceded that an order frcsx the interior
department must be obeyed
by
the sub­
ordinates of that department. When the
question of tbe authority for tbe pro
mulgation of suob an order is raised it
is smet with the query, "what are yon
going to do about it?" Truly, nothing
can bo done. A would be pre-emptoror
a mas who covets
a
timber traot cannot
mandamus the government of the Uni
ted States. He might institute
a
olaim for
damage* if be was young and certain of
along lease of life and bad plenty of
means to carry on the contest. But thiB
method is impracticable and tbe prema
ture order of tbe department trill stand
as solidly as though it was backed
by
a
law of congress. The order will prove
a hardship to numerous democratic land
offi/jersj for it takes away
tho
flintains
only the poor pickings of the homestead
field for their emoluments. Along with
the land speculators they must suffer.
We would like to enquire of the news
papers which so violently repudiate tho
statehood movenent and yield sub
serviency to the power which has again
clubbed them to tbe ground, what their
proposed plan of operations is. They
profess to be ardently desirious of eu
joying the benefits of division and state
hood, yet they act and speak as the open
opponents of division and statehood aet
aud speak. What is tbe public to un
derstand by this affiliation with antagon
istic forces—this lying down with the
men whose efforts have contributed to
the defeat of tho cherished hopes of
south Dakota in congress? Have they
any well defined projeots for the future"?
Or do tbey propose to submit to the
creation of an undivided state? Will
they annouuoe their plan? Or will they
prefer to hide iu the grass and ridicule
and belittle the efforts of Dakotaians
whose interest in the cause induces them
to take an unconcealed position iu be
half of what they believe to be right?
If they have a plan it is hardly fair to
keep it in concealment.
The Sioux Falls Press has reached
that point in its anti-statehood declara
tions where it mentions as
crankB
such
well known citizens as John A. Owen,
of De Smet E. P. Beebtte, A. C. Phil
lips and A. Frizzell, of Sioux Falls A.
J. Kellam, of Chamberlain Joseph
Allen, of Hurley J. T. Dow, of Freder
ick Governor Mellette, of Watertown
Thomas McConnell, of Carthage J. K.
P. MoCallam, John Cain, A. Davis, F. E.
Ketchum, of Huron Rev. Dr. Ward,
General H. J. Campbell, of Tankton.
These are its words
The Press has always been one of the
most zealous aud consistent advocates of
division and statehood. Because it is
opposed to having the people of Dakota
make a paok of fools of themselves, as
a few cranks seem determined to have
dose, it clearly does not follow that tbe
PreBS wants to see the state government
go down.
The Press appears to be doing violenoe
to good judgment and reason in its
wild ravings. The men who fuvor state
hood are really possessed of good Bense,
discretion and mental balance. It doeB
not injure them or weaken their cause
to write them down as cranks. Perhaps
the Press will repent after its blood
cools.
{§OlTlIEll.\ DAKOTA.
It costs $700 to sell liquor Blunt.
Brookings cigar factory turns out 500
oigars per day.
Flandrau's new $8,000 school house is
well under way.
Montrose is having a slow but steady
and sure growth.
A Mikado company will show in Pierre
tournament week.
Base ball is all the rage iu Kingsbury
oounty this summer.
Crops never looked better in Hamlin
oounty than at present.
The fat men at Pierre will parade
daring the tournament.
Some cases of genuine scarlet fever
are reported at Mitchell.
A valuable dog was killed by light
ning at Mitchell last week.
Anew bank ban opened up at Onida
the first one in Sally county.
Rain seems to be greatly needed ID
McCook and adjoining counties.
Jadge Kidder's old office at Vermillion
is being fitted up for a dwelling house,
The Norfolk Spy says that two survey
ing parties are at work iu Potter oounty
The Spink oounty agricultural society
are making mnny plans for their fair this
fall.
An excellent quality of hard coal is
reported to have been found in Hughes
oounty.
Sneak thieves ure heard from in nu
merous towns and counties in southern
Dakota.
Thomas Dougherty, of Big Stone
City, has lately received $3,000 in back
pension.
Charles Mix oounty reports an apple
orchard wbich promises a good yield
this summer.
Milbank will celebrate the Fourth of
July in a manner becoming so important
a Dakota town.
The now hotel going UD at High
more will be the best building between
Pierre and Huron.
R. A. Morgan, of Columbus, Wis., is
preparing to open up in the lumber
business at Gayville.
The last issue of the Dell Rapids
Exponent chronioles three births, three
marriages and three deaths.
It is asserted that Jerauld county will
have
three lady candidates for superin
tendent of schools,
thiB
Lake
prop
their
which
house and
leavea them.
fall.
A project of establishing a magnifi
cent sanitarium at the Manitoa Springs,
on Big Stone lake, is under considera
tion.
Tbe tnembers of Sanborn county's
New York state association will bold
their aunual picmo some time this
month.
A man at Okobojo, in Sully county,
has been arrested and bound over for
abusing his daughter, who is eighteen
years old.
Poinsett is the most popular
Sunday resort in Hamlin oounty.
Hundreds of people visit* that romantio
npot every
week,
it is said.
The citizens of Highmore have peti
tioned tbe town board of trustees to
issue bonds to tbe amount of $5,000 for
the purpose of sinking an artesian well.
The nqw towns on the new iinp of the
Milwaukee road from Sootlacd to
Mitohell number five, and are oalled
Ethan, Kirk, Tripp, Armonr ana Del
mont.
A series of refreshing showers wet
down the ground up in MaOook county
the other day, eaoh of which were de
olarcd worth a million dollars to the
anxious farmers.
Mr. ThomaB Ayere, of the Vermillion
Plain Talk, ha's sold that paper, it is as
serted, to the Burgess Bros., old resi
dents of Clay oounty, but inexperienced
in the newspaper business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sibbison of Dell
Rupids, enjoyed the twenty-fifth anni
versary of their wedded life one day last
week. A silver tea set was presented
them by numerous friends.
The Brantford correspondent of tbe
llamlin County Times records seven
births in that locality last week, among
them two pairs of twins, and conoludeB
by saying "the half Is not yet told."
Eli B. Wixson, the original settler of
Elk Point,
baB
had his pension raised
from four dollars to twenty-four dollars
month. Mr. WixBon was a member of
Capt. Wm. Tripp's Dakota oavalry dur
ing the war.
Tho St. Lawrence Tribune says: After
pending four years in Dakota, we are
more than ever convinoed that it ia
truly a wonderland, having more bright
days in a year than any other place
where we have ever resided.
Tbe public sale of lots at Armour, tbe
new town in Douglas county, began
Thursday, the 3d inst. It is expected
that Armour will be tbe terminus of the
road for a year any way. The oountry
urrounding is well settled and produc
tive.
August Peterson, of Lodi, was Btruck
by lightning during a late storm and
both himself and the horse he was rid
ing, were instantly killed. His clothes
were torn from him and silver money in
bis pocket was melted, so powerful was
the stroke.
Dr. Bosanko.
Tliid name is BO familiar with the peo
ple throughout the United States that it is
hardly necessary to state that he ia the
originator of the great Dr. Bosanko cough
aud luag
Byrup,
tbe favorite remedy
wherever known, for coughs, colds, con
sumption and all affections of the throat
and lungs. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Sold by Purdy & Brecht.
Scott's Emulsion ot Pure
Cod Liver Oil, with 'Bypophospliltee,
Possesses tbe remedial power of these
two valuable specifics in their fullest
degree. It is prepared in a palatable
form, easily tolerated by the stomach,
and for delicate, sickly children, Ema
ciation, Consumption and all impover
ished conditions of the blood is unequal
led by flBy other remedy.
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechaniesburu, Pa.,
writes: "I was afflicted with lung fever
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
walking Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which did tne so much good that I
bought a dollar bottle. After usicg three
bottles, I found myself once more a man,
completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and again in tlesh of 4&
lbi." Call at the Excelsior Drug Store of
Purdy & Brecht, aud get a free trial bottle
of this certain cure for all
LuDg
Large bottles $1.00.
diseases
Cure For Pies.
Piles are frequently preceded by a seDBe
•_f weight in the back, loins and lower part
cf the abdomen, causing the patient to
suppose he has some afleclion of the kid
neys or neighboring organs. At times,
jiptoms of indigestion are preeent, as
Satulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc.
A moisture, like prespiration, 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
acta dircclly upjn the parts affected,
abaoibiog the tumors, allaying the intense
itching, and effecting a permanent cure.
Price fifty cents. Address, The Dr. Bo
sanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. told by
Purdy & Brecht.
Advtco to Motners.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a siok child suffering and
orying with pain of outting teeth If so,
soDd at onoe and get a bottle of Mrs
WIHBIIDW'S SOOTHING SYBUP fot Child
ren Teething. ts alue is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It onres
dysentery aud diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, onree wind oolio,
yoftena the gums, reduoes inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to the whole
system. Mrs. Wimlovs's Soothing Byrup
for Children Teething is pleaaon to the
taste, and is the preoription of one of
the oldest nurses and and best female
physicians in tbe United States, and is
for sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Prioe 25 cents a bottle.
An Undoubted Blessing.
About thirty years ago a prominent
pbysician by tbe.name of Dr. William
Hall discovered or produced after long
experimental research, a remedy for
diseases of tbe throat, obest and Inngs,
which was of such wonderful efficacy
that it soon gained a wide reputation in
this oountry. The name of the medi.
cine is DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
FOR THE LUNGS, and may be safely
relied on as a speedy and positive pure
for oough8, JoldB, sore throat, &o,
Nervous Debilitated Men
Xoa are allowed a free trial of thirty
lays of tbe use of Dr. Dye's oelebrated
Voltaic Bell with Eleotrio Suspensory
Applianoes, for the speedy relief and
permanent cure of Nervous Debility,
loss of Vitalic -nvi ittuuLood, and all
kindred troubles. Also, for many other
diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood gaamnteed.
No risk is incurred. Illustrated pam
phlet, with full luformution, terms, eto.,
•nailed free by addressing Voltaic Belt
Co., Mareluill, Mioh.
1
TT'S
OF IM LIVER
OIL
Almost 33 Patatsbto as MiiU.
The only preparation of COD T.IYKIl 01I that
can be taken readily and tolcratou-ior along timo
by dolicslo stoiuadis*
AND AS A Ki:",r.r7 rnyc^nptroy?
SCKOFUMH S
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VL.Vil7\\S. AXAKKJA, HKS-
KlIAIi PMMMTY, ,**! THUOAT AF.
FKCnO.VS, anil all fffiiTIN.) DISQimniS tip
CHILPKKN it is'iiinryt'Um:' in its rosnlfa*
Proscribed and endoi'rioi
tno best Physicians
by
in the countries of tho world.
FOR SALE RV r-\- T- GGISTS.
WM. iii .ATT,
Wholesale and Retail
STAPLE AND FANCY.
TK2
a-vsesBT,
~ANKTOW, IK T,
Session Laws '85
Authorized Edition.
rpHE OONTUAOTj for (printing the Session
JLaws of .Dakota for 1bM5 was awarded to
UOWBN
&
KIHOSBTJBY uf tho l'rcsa and Dako
tain, and hence the edition published by them
is tho only AUTHORIZED EDITION. We now
h?.ve in steok over
ONE THOUSAND VOLUMES
of the book and havo been supplying them to
all parts of the oountry.
In view ol isifact tho following advertises
ment which appears regularly in the Fargo
Arguji, strikes us as a tritle premature if not
wholly untruthful:
SeHHion liiiwg
The resnlar edition of tbe Session Laws of
'85, publi»bed under authority of the territorial
legislature, tre now out of print, bnt tbe Argu
has a few oopie* of tho Hes^ion Laws of '7U, '81
and'83, and a full
Bupply
of tbo Bession Laws
of '85, as prepared by the West publishing Co.
of St. Paul, which will bo sold at lowest
prioi H. Remember that tlie Session Laws of
'79, '81 and '88 are of the regular stock, but tho
cession Laws of '85 are from the West Publish
ing Go. Address 'illIS AllGUS. Kargo.
EP-All orders for Session Laws promptly
filled by BOWKS & KINGSMJB5,
Feb. 4, 1E85. Yankton, Dukota.
J. H. MOULTOH,
Contractor.
Steam Fitting
WOULD respoct^ully announce/that 1 am
prepared to contract for
Steam Heating, Hot Water Heat
ing, Plumbing and
Gas Fitting,
And am prepared to furnish the apparatns, Re
up and execute work of ev ry description pel.
taining to any of the above oranchea.
Shop and office on Walnut street, south of
Second formerly Thornton. Moulton & Cobby.
J. B. MoUiiTON. Yankton. D. T.
A POSITIVE
Bend
Cure without lie-.
diciae. Patented
October IS, 1878.
Ono box will
enre the most obstinate case in four
tf"!
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1*
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3
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$8
davB
for circular. P. O.
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less.
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES
No nopeuos doBeB of cubebs, copaiba or oil of..
sandalwood that ore certain to produce dy»
pepsia by destroying the coatings of the stom
ach. Price $1.50. Bold by all g\ 11 r» f"
druggists or mailed on receipt 1.11 I"
of price. For further particu- WW fc. a
lars
Box 1523, J. C. ALL
AN CO.,
No. 83, John street. New York.
New Advertisements.
GRENBACK
For proof of this address, with stamp, W. W.
HENH Y, Vox 107, Bock Hill, B- 0.
TliTENriNO ADVERTISERS should ad-3£%
JL dresn GEORGE P. HOWELL & CO., 10?'-*3
Spruce street. New York Oity, for select list of
1,000 newspapers. Will be sent FKKE, on
application.
=vV'
FREE!
RELIABLE SELF CURE
fcvoiite presfiRj&sn of one of the most.,
noted aud succ«tsu»l specialists in the C7. S
fiSS* noted
(now retired)
(or
the cure of Nerroui Debility,
Loat Blunbood* VTesKneii and De«»y. SwiS
in plain scaled envelope Ffee. Druggists cam fill it. ..
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Mo.
IVKMISTHY. JDKNTMTBT
IJ Dt, W. H. BBOWH. Dentist. Onion blook
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