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J? •*yy I II •1'iyj i'«* iKMHinii' n. wijlljlllilwiilTii WIWiTWW-rninriti' ir"Wn^-WTOfflrWWt»»'i '.wpwn DOCTOR WHITTIER 617 St. Charles Street, St. Loni*, Mo. Judicious Medication and Skill will Curo ORGANIC WEAKNESS FAIUNC MEMORY, LACK OF ENERCY. PHYSICAL DECAY. NERVOUS DEBILITY Arising from Indiaeretiiro, KXCCH iw .loritiigaoee produnta) Nerrouinesf, PefollUy, Dimness of Bight, Beir DUmut, Defect |vp Memory, Pimple* on Fwe, Aver«t«n to Society, UM a Ambition,UnlWneM to Warry.DyinupuSn, fltuotod Development l«oat Uatibood, PalDi In Back, Night IstiMct, ctc, Jlutief ooe«*. all eihtuatfog drtint »tomel, weak part* atretifftbruel •lid oulargAd. My nietbort of Trt-titment Is 8cipnt|llc| Hnfe Sore, luting for life it builds up the Nerrca, 8trciigtliei»t, Mu Byutcm, Restores Vigor. Mj 8uc«e* is ttawd on funiK, Life ioug fcxperlene*, Hpeciiil Stuthr of eaoh ewe pure Uciiieiuos MpccUHy tbcrofof, luauren Heal Cure. fiend for Question List No. 1, freo. Send for Question List Ko. 2, free. KIDNEY ArMvosc WARtJ.Mr CO.. I *a Ml i! 0 DIRFABRS, Ai.LFonag BLOOD&SKIN Affecting the Body, None. Thronl, Skirt nnd How1*, Blotchca Mueoua patches-in month, Kruptlons, HtiemuHiKm, PaiHnf Hair. Aeue, Kctetna, Old Bore*, Ulccra, Paiuful BwelHtigv, from whatever oauve, JM?»1 lively ao«L forever Uriren from TFIU srstem by Safe, Tirao-Tfuted, Iletnedlcs. euro SYPHILIS, reoeut or old ease*, for life, aafnly and •ore)?. Ko polaoua used. My trcntmctrt In the result of JK/ Years' Experience and the Hot Bpriugt method. Cure guaran* toed, Never to Rvturn. fiueh eases demand speafal study, •xperieuea und treatment. Avoid iuexperjeur-1J bauds. ^NDJURINARY Complaints, Painful, Difficult, too frequent or nioody Urine, 1TXKATUKAL MSCIlAltUKS promptly eurcd. QOKORTMIOU, All itKKT, BTfttCTL'ltK cured without instruments or pain BLADDER tud KIDNEY DISEASES. MIL** t'UHK, WEAK RACK, PAINFUL BWKLUNUH, VAHICOCKLK, quickly relieved and radically eured. Send for Quoatiou List No. 3, free. 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Germania^ House Doaglaa Aveaae, neu Ihlrd street, Xtoktaa, Dakota. v%e* —rAr-'^ %rvh Wailbaum & Becker, PROPRIETORS. w$m ^hia hoase.ls the headquarters and immigration* lot travelers Good with the boteU stabling in oonneotioa MO. RIVER STACE COMPANY Stall. PtUMenger and Kxpresa. 1 ii S» From Aimonx to fort BaadalLvla Qruid View tnnwi Lako, Xanlcton Agenoy and While Swan. T.KAVltS Armour at 12m. daily, exoept Boa. ,day*for Fort Randal) ana intermodule points, aiTiTinsat Fort Bandall atfilfi. Comfort, Bpoett and Baennty To Ita patronj WjfcTlB tJOK —.... ^. Proprietor SCALDEDJO DEATH. Four Unfortunate Chinamen Caught 1 ESTABLISHED 1857, (REOISTERED). A REGULAR GRADUATE of two Medical Colleiros, SPECIALIST in OHRpNIO, NERVOUB, SKIM mi BLOOD DISEASES forSOyears, aft City Papers prove and old residents know. KZiOWING WHAT TO BO, KO EXP ER IKE NT 8 ARE XADE. Oonsultaticn at Office or by mail, ftreo and invited, atriotly oonfidcntial. Hedioinea sent by mail, boat or expreaa everywhere, aeeure from obaervation. Beware of cheap 'Cure-alls." in a Spouting (ieysor. TERRIBLE RAILWAY WRECK A Switch Knjjbie ''litnpH the Truck* 1 n shintly Killing Three M«*n ami Mor tally WountlliiR Four Ollicrs— J-'iitul 3Iottr Au'Ulcnl. CUKYKNN'K, Wyo., Feb. 4.—News was received here of most singular fatal ity, by which four Cliinamen lost their liven. .They .were at Canyon City, near Yellowstone pai lt, and Yet Sing had en tttblinhed a wash house iu a tent directly over the boiling Hprings. Ilo had hot water constantly, and was doing good business. On Wednesday he and three other Mongolians, who came from ad joining camps, celebrated the Chinese New Year. They burned tire crackers and offerings to Joss, and wound up by getting drunk. Yet Sing had been cau tioned about the boiling spring, and told that it might bo a slumbering geyser. For this reason his wash tubs were kept on the other side of the tent, no that ro soap might disturb tho quiet boiling water. No one knows how Yet Sing's box of laundry soap got over turned into the spring, and it is more than probable that some mischievous miner emptied the soap into the slum bering geyser. That night thero was a sudden spouting of the boiling water, a tent (lying through the air and pierc ing yells. The miners rushed up and found the geyser pouring water to a hoight of over a hundred feet. The bodies of four Chinamen, scalded to death, were found later at'some distance from the scene. The geyser spouted for three hours and then subsided. UNDER FALLING WALLS Three l)unil HOCIIOH Tuken from tlie Ruins of ti Collapsed Omaliu Building. OMAHA, Feb. 4 —Max Meyer's build ing, at the corner of Eleventh and Far nam streets, was burned a few weeks ago and the walls left standing. About this afternoon the east wall went down before a high wind, and the re sult was frightful. Olson's one-store frame store, adjoining, was crushed and half a dozen persons are supposed to have been imprisoned, which, in all probability means death. Dunbar engrossing house in the second story of an annex to the Meyer building, was badly wrecked. Miss Oliver, stenographer for Dunbar, Tone Houston, photographer, a id ltecse Martin, a boy, were caught in the fall ing timbers, and at 2:30 wore still fast. It is feared they are dead. Charles Carson, in Dunbar's sustained a broken leg. Several others were taken out more or less 1 ruisod, among them SiLver and Philleo, engravers. No ac curate statement of the casualties can be made until the firemen complete the work of excavation. I-Ater—THrpfi dpad bodies' and fiva persons, badly injured, have been taken from the ruins. Three others are sup posed to be under the wreck. Fatal to Seven. SPRINGFIELD, MO., Feb. 4.—-About 4. o'clock Sunday afternoon a switch en gine on the St. I.ouis and San Francisco road jumped the track while running at the rate of fifteen miles an hour, and killed three men and injured live others, four of whom are not expected to live. Tho dead are Win. Miller, yardman, aged 35, George Lowry switchman. Cliijfl. Man.son, brakeman. The fatally injured are: C. A. Brown ing, stockman of Sweet Water, Neb., both legs cut off Ed. McLean, engineer, badly scalded and both legs broken Frank Crawford, yardmaster, both legs mangled John King, switchman, both legs broken and cut in the head John Reynolds, brakeman, internal injuries. There were ten men on the engine and only two escaped. It is supposed thero was some obstruction in the frog of a switch. The engine turned completely over and pinioned and ciushed them. Charles Malison, the brakeman, was married, and when his wife was in formed of the accident- she went into convulsions and lier condition is pro nounced critical. A Fatal Motor Accident. DENVER, Colo., Feb. 4.—A car on the Berkeley motor line at North Denver be came unnianageble while running down a s'eep grade, and on reacliiug the bot tom jumped the track and was smashed to pieces. The passengers were all more or less injured. The most seriously hurt are: John Berry, fatal internal injuries. William Greennian, conductor, Bpine injured! fatally. Mrs. J. R. Thomas, head cutaiid thigh dislocated. Unknown .woman, arm broken. The Side Wnlli Caved In on Them. FOET WAYNE, lad., Feb.. 4.—Three waterworks employes, Thomas Maley, George Screen, and William Gaskell, were digging a deep trench to lay water works pipe. They were down twelyo feet, when the banks caved, burying them completely. To get them out was but the work of a few momeuts. Gas kell was found to have a broken spine and is now dying at the hospital. The other, two are seriously but not fatally injured. Unparalleled Philanthropy. PARIS, Feb. 4.—In a handsome hotel in the Rue d'Elysee, Baron Hirscli, the celebrated financier, signed away re cently for the benefit of God's people, ''the poor," $40,000,000—a gift which lacks a parallel in the history of philan thropy,and besides which the donations of Peabody, Vandorbilt, Hopkins, Gi rard and Pratt seem petty. Snow Storm and Thunder. BERLIN, Feb. 4.—Berlin was visited on Saturday by a snow storm, accon.. panied by thunder. So much rain has fallen in the mountain districts that further floods are feared. Three pilots of Heligoland were drowned in the North sea during the heavy storm. A Diaaatroo* Fire. WATERTOWN, N. Y., Feb. 4.—A dis astrous fire at Antwerp destroyed seven blocks of buildings in the business quarter of the village. The loss will reach $175,000, ^TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Condemnation of Interesting Hews Items on Various SuttfrcU. A diftinct shock of earthquake was felt at Clarksvi lie, Mo. A den at Mellen, Wie., was raided but only one female inmate captured. Cardinal Gibbons preached to the 828 prisoners in the Maryland peniteatiary Sunday.. Hill's Union brewfcry at Newark, N.J., lias been sold to an English beer syndi cate for $aoo,ooo. Natural gas was struck in a well in Sandy Creek, ncjar Oawego, N. Y. The roar can be heajd a mile. The Brown murder case at Mason City, la., was brought to a sudden halt by the illness of one of the jurors. The thirty-seventh anniversary of the Baltimore Brotherhood of E churches was celebrated last night. George Perkins, a j'oung man of Bed ford, Mich., was instantly killed by ac cidental discharge of his gun while hunt ing. Charles Dense of Bay City, Mich., an extensive dealer in pine land't, was run over and killed by a Michigan Central train. The rumor that I.ord Saokville had been appointed British ambassador to Constantinople is entirely without foun dation. Fire destroyed the big malt house at tached to the Anheuser-Busch brewery at St. Louis Sunday. Loss, $200,000 in surance, $100,000. At the annnal election at Toronto, Ont., of the St. George's society, Gold win Smith was defeated for the presi dency of tho organization. The murderers of policeman Ellice of Scranton, Pa., have not yet been jap tured. Several Pinkerton men have now joined in the search for them. The mHil room of the Mississippi steamer Sunbeam was robbed between Hayes and Ben Lomond landings. Four registered packages were stolen. The fire that has been raging for two weeks in the Jackson coal mines at Daw son, Pa., has n.t last been extinguished. Mining operations will be resumed. The last ballot for senator in West Virginia resulted: Kenna, 85 Goff, 38 S. P. Hawer (Union Labor), Judge Brannon, 1. Necessary to choice, 41. An lndiailaman named George Heidol played the ghost racket on a negro, and the affrighted black split his head open to the shoulders with an ax he way car rying. Judge Baker denied the application of Bontield and Schack to have their libel cases against The Times advanced on the calendar so as to secure a speedy trial. President-elect Harrison is said to have completed his inaugural address, and the last paragraph was copied on the type-writer by Stenographer Tib betfs late Saturday night. Out of :iC,000 mine laborers in the Luzeme(Pa.) district,only 9,000 obtained steady work during January. The fall ing off of wages as compared with the same month last-year is §95,235. Leonard Volk has delivered to Mrs. Snell the marble bust of the dead mil lionaire, A. J. Snell, on which he has been at work for nearly a year. It was put into Carrara marble in* Italy, The record for pig-iron making by a charcoal blast furnace was beaten by the Ashland, Wis., furnace, which made 100 tons, or twenty-two tons more tlian any one furnace ever made in one day. Henry S. Christopher, land and pas senger agent of the Missouri Pacific rail road, died suddenly in bed at 4 o'clock Sunday morning, at the residence of Jo seph B. Sliepard, Chicago, from heart disease. The sale* of leaf tobacco in the Dan ville, Va market for January aggre gated 2,GU(J,208 pounds for the first four months of the new tobacco year, 0,778, 512 pounds, a decrease of nearly, lour million pounds compared with last year. Buel Keeny, aged 55, of East Meadow, Mass., went home drunk one night a week ago, and on being remonstrated with by his aged father, attacked the old man and pounded him eo bad that he died a few days later. Tho mur derer was arrested Saturday night. Sac Judge Aclieson filed an opinion in the proceedings of the government to con demn the locks and daips of the Monon gahela Navigation company. He allows the United States district" attorney to move the appointment of viewers, and says the question of the constitutionality of the act can be pressed in later proceed i"ga. FEAR AN INDIAN OUTBREAK- A Gathering of Savages in the Mona Val ley In California. SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 4.—Officials of Mona county telegraph to the gov ernor that tlie settlers in the Antelope valley are much alarmed at the gather ing of Indians in that vicinity. Two Indian murderers are confined in the jail at Bridgeport, and fears are ex pressed that an attempt may be made to rescue them. The sheriff asks that fifty stand of arms with ammunition be for warded immediatly. The telegram from Mona was for warded to Gov. Waterman, who is now at Folsom. The governor telegraphs to get a company of militia ready in case they are needed. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Provisions. CHICAGO, Feb. 4. WHEAT—February, 96^c Way, 1.00 June, 0-% CORN--February, 3&%c March, 3&%c Slay, 80%c June, %c. OATS—February, 25J4c 20c: May, March 279»e. March, $11.50 •ruttft.-- February, May, $11.70 Juno. $11.80. l^ARD—February, $6.90 March, $6.Q2W May, iidi f. TI.Ha* A* $7.02W June, $7.05. SHOKT-RIBS—February, KT-RIBS ?iay. $0.9^ Juue, $6.00 March, $G.0?% I,lve Stock. UNION STOCK YARD?, 1 CHICAGO, Feb. 4. CATTLE Estimated receipt#:, 16,000 head. Coru fed, $2.90gL4.76 atockers and feeders, $2.00 Q3.G0 Texuns, $1.50(353,00. Dull. HOOS—Estimated receipts, 23,000 head. Mixed, $4.75(&4.95 heavy, $4.65(^4.80 medium, $4.ti0(jft 4.80. Market aclve, SHKfiP—'Westerns,* $S,75®5.10 Texans, $4.20 (2,4.70 lambs, $3.50(^4.50. Omaha Live Stock MarkeL UNION £TOOK YARDS, OMAHA, F«b. 2. i2.05 fair to medium native feeder*, $ii,tl53iS.l0. Market very dull, 15c. to 20c lower. HOGS—Estimated mv pg, 1.800 head. Light, $4.40g)4.50 mixed, $4. ^1.50 heavy, $4.40^ 4.60.. Market weak, 5o wer. SHEEP- Estimated receipts, 600 head. Prime heavy, $1.0J M&rket.quiet. To Cleanae the City. JACKSONVILLE. Fla., Feb. 4.—An election is being held in Gainesville to decide whether or not the city shall is sue bonds in the sum of $25,000 for im provements and sanitary purposes. As a large majority of the citizens recog nize the imperfect, sanitary condition of Gainesville at present, it1 is believed that the amount required for placing the city in a healthful condition will be voted without opposition. Bonevolent Ladiex. NEW YORK, Feb.4.—The Ladies' Asso ciation of the Manhattan Hospital opened a fair at Potter & Stymus' ware rooms which will continue two weeks. Tlie proceeds, which the friends of the hospital hope will amount to 510,000, will be used to start a permanent endow ment fund. The institution hay been »upported by private subscription White Affaln*t lllaek. BOSTON, Feb. 4.—Joe Lannoa, the Souvh Boston heavyweight, and George Godfrey, the colored pugilist, will fight for a stake of $1,000 a side. The betting is largely in favor of Lannon and hence Godfrey,who is confident of his ablity to win the battle, fears he will not get a square deal. SBi The City of Philadelphia the Scene of a liloody Tragedy. OTTO KEYSER'S AWFUL ACT. He Kills tli#» Voting Victim of Hl» Infatu ation, Murderously AKHUUUH PHILADELPHIA, Feb. IFTS Wifo, and Kuds His (%vn Kxistenco White Cap Outrages. 4.—For several hours on Saturday night the police force of this city was mystified by tlie finding of the body of a beautiful young girl in a lonely spot in Kensington. She was unconscious and her life blood was slowly ebbing l'rom a pistol shot wound in her left eye. There was no weapon to be found, and it was evidtnt that the girl had been assassinated. She was talcen to St. Mary's hospital, but when carried into the receiving ward was found to be dead. She was afterward identified as Annie Klaus, the 19-year old daughter of Henry Klaus, a prosper ous German shoe dealer,. 1(H7 North Second street. The mystery was after ward solved when the murder was traced to Otto Keyser, a young man who, until a week ago, was employed as a conductor on a street railway. On obtaining sufficient evidenoe of Ke yser's gtiilt to warrant an arrest Capt. Quirk, Lieut. Scott, Detective Gever and two special officers went to the man's house. They knocked for admis sion and were alarmed by screams of murder from an upper room of the house. When Capt. Quirk burst open the door and reached the inside, Keyscr's wife, with a baby iu her arms and blood spurting from a gash in her neck, fell into his arms. "Go up stairs," was all she could say, and she fell back uncon scious. Lieut. Scott and Detective (Jeyer sprang up the stairway and, guided by a light burning dimly in one of the rooms, found Keyser writhing on the bed with his throat cut from ear to ear. The bloody razor with which the double deed was done was lying by his side. He lived half an hour but could not speak. Mrs. Keyser was taken to tho Episco pal hospital. Although her wounds are of a very dangerous character, the sur geons hope they will be able to save her life. She is still unconscious and no story of the second crime can be ob tained from her lips. It lia3 been ascer tained that Keyser iiad been paying at tention to the murdered girl under an assumed name, and that he represented himself as a single man, but the reason for her murder cannot be explained, as there is no living witness to the crime or their last meeting. The friends of Mrs. Keyser say that he has been drink ing heavily since his discharge, and he is supposed to have been suffering from delirium, the result of a protrated de bauch. When he reached his home, after shooting the girl, he brandished his pistol in a threatening manner and was only quieted when he was disarmed by a policeman who was summoned. It is believed now from what has Iram-ind, that had his pistol not taken from him he would have dered the whole family. lowa White C»i Outrages. MASON CITY, la., Feb. 4.—White Cap outrages are becoming quite numerous hereabouts, making their appearance at Manley, Spencer, Osage and other points. At -the two former places constables have been intimidated and threatened, and at the latter place a card was at tached-to the dior of E. L. Rice's book store, on which was written in red ink language too insulting to be reproduced. It is the general opinion that these out rages are perpetrated by persons seeking private revenge. Public sentiment ia fully aroused to the necessity of stoppin, the disreputable work. Charged with Many Crimei. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. .Feb. 4.—J. H. Sher man was arrested and jailed here on the charge, of forgery. A few days since he was arrested on the charge of stealing a horse and buggy,and when arraigned in court he exhibited a power'bf attorney from Mrs. Louisa D. Cave, a lady of considerable wealth, and, signing her name to the quired bond, lie was released. Since his rearrest Sherman claims to have formerly lived at Lima, O. He has been at this place and vicinity posing as a United States de tective since last March. Ml»« EUenhart Accused. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 4. Prosecutor Jenkins of Camden, N. J., stated offi cially that after a conference with the physicians who examined into the case lie was satisfied that the injuries to Miss Eisenhart, this. Cooper hospital nurse, were self-indicted, and that he, as tho law officer of the county,would not con tinue the investigaton anv further. The hospital authorities say tliat the Pinker ton detectives employed in the case have come to the same conclusion. Pead Body Found in a Well. COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 4.—John Ginaver, a dairyman, disappeared ten days ago, after having received a White Cap notice. Sunday his body waf found iu a veil on the place, being partially cov ered with stones, and his head mashed. He was murdered and thrown in. He leaves a father and daughter, his wife having died some years ago. His hired man, Philip Souder, who discouraged looking on the premises for the body was arrested. Threw Pepper in tho Clerk'* Eyes. PROVIDENCE, R. I., Feb. 4.—A man entered the jewelry store of Joshua Gray, No. 241 West Minster street, and asked to see some gold watches. When several were placed on the showcase he threw red pepper in the salesman's eves, and, seizing three valuable watches, made his escape, Six Men Sentenced to Death, ST. LOUIS, Feb. 4.—Six men wore sentenced to death by Judge Parker, of the United States court at Fort Smith,. Ark. Two of them are white men, two negroes and two lialf-breed Indians, and all "are murderers. They will be hanged Friday, April 19. Respite for the Bald Knohbers. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 4.—A special from Jefferson City, Mo., 6ays the supreme court adjourned till the 19th inttt. before reaching the case of the Bald Knobbers wlio are under sentence to be hanged on the 15th inst. This will necessitate a respite of thr, condemned men. NAUGHTY CLAUDE. When little Claude was naughty once, At luncheon time, and said He'd not say "Thank you" to mamma, She irutde blm go to bed. And cover up and stay two boars So when the clock eUnck two, Then Claude said, "Tmudi you, Mr. Clock, I'm mucb obliged to bu I" —James Wbitcombtt^ey to St Nicholas. future of the Engine. The present efficiency of tho.best no% nden&ing engines is pro'bably not enter than at tho rate of two and a ill' pounds of coal on hour a horse power, and of a good condensing engine about two pounds of coal an liour a horse power, or not materially different from James Watt's engines of fifty years ago. It is my opinion that with our present knowledge of machinery a steam engine can be built that will produce a horse power with three-quarters of a pound of coal an hour, if of sufficient size to re duce the percentage of loss by radiation to a minimum. Under thoso circum stances your fuel expenses would bo less than one-third of what it now is. Tho future before men of your pro fession iS brilliant indeed. Tho uses of electricity are now only beginning, and in a short time it will lie the docile com panion of man's labors, where now it is dreaded as the treacherous slave. Study the laws of nature, which are the thoughts of God, and do not attempt to rebel against them. We cannot create new laws nor produce force.—E. N. Dickerson to New York Electric Club. Professional Detcctives. Detectives are oftener over than un derrated. The detective business is like any other calling, It requires applica tion and constant push and energy. It is not so much keenness as bull dog te nacity that goes far toward making the successful detective. Tho day has long since passed when a detective is regarded as a sort of supernatural being, with an all-seeing eye, from whom it is impossi ble for the culprit to escape. Tho fact of the matter is, that tho commission of crime, nowadays, rarely goes unpun ished owing in a great measure to the system employed in tracing criminals and the joint action of the authorities all over tho country, or, one might say, tho world. Crime generally leaves its stain somewhere, and give any faithful officer a clew and he will, in the majority of cases, get his man. Whero there is nothing to start on it is different. But the chief requisite is industry and untir ing "effort to succeed. Genius can be utilized, but hard work accomplishes most.—St. Lou is Globe-Democrat. I.et the Water Circulate. Many devices aro suggested by plumb ers fpr guarding against the danger of house traps being emptied by evapora tion or siphonage while tho houses are closed for the summer, and thus allow ing the escape of noxious gases into the dwelling. Some go as far as to say that there is no safety short of disconnect »ig tho fixtures and securely closing the ends of the pipes. Others recommend shutting the water off and filling the closets and traps with oil or glycerine, while still others favor an adjustment of the valves so that there will bo a con tinual dripping of water. One of the most sensible suggestions we have seen is made by The American Artisan, which is that where a houso is to remain closed for somo time the best plan is to arrange for some one to go into the house once a week or so. let tho water circulate throughout tho house, and tako a look around to see that all is right.—Boston Budget. WHY YOU SHOULD USE SCOTT'Ss EMULSION OF been been mur- COD LIVER OIL "WITH YPOPHOSPHITES. It is used and endorsed by Thy" sicians because it is the best. It is Falatabls as Milk. It is three times as efficacious as plain Cod Liver Oil. It is far superior to all other so called Emulsions. It is a perfect Emulsion, does not separate or change. It is wonderful as a flesh producer. It is the best remedy for Consump tion, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wast ing Diseases, Chronic Cough and Colds. Sold by all Druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE. CHEMIST*, N. Y. C. J. B. HARRIS (Of Yankton, Dakota.) Commission Merchant Member of Chicago Board of Trade and C. B. of T. Stock Exchange. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. |3^"Beoeives Consignments and Buys an Sell* for Future Delivery. Address C. J. B. HARRIS, 817 Boyal Insurance Building, Ohioaao, IU1 Yankton Omnibus AND TRANSFER LINE. L. KARDItf, Proprietor. Bnaea to and from parties, the theatre, Rill jeeeive special attention. etc. 17 Leave Orders at Passengers or Baggage. Herohants Hotel for TELEPHONE Ko. 25. Merchants Hotel Corner of Broadway and Third Streets, Yankton. H. F. JMCKS, Proprietor. Fiint olass in every respect* The best of ac commodations for Commercial Travelers and the publie in general. w. I* DOW, -A.rc3zLit©ct, Edmison, Blook, Sioux Falls. DL&NS and Bpeoiftoations, general SnDerin tendenoe work at reasonable prioee. John Lang, -r Artistic Painter AXD DEOOBA.TOB. anH flnft 1 da St., betwewa youth and an. 4e4wna In- In toftoi No. ilt on Oapltol deooratloit. VSta SteaM HeatinG ARB Hot Water Heating Repairs Promptly Attended to. Pipe and Fittings and Supplies for water and Steam. Plans and Estimates on all Kinds of Work. Jos. H. Campbell. YANKTON,.. DAKOTA. Health :s Wealth! TREATME DB. E. 0. WEST'S NERVE AN» BRUN TBKAT HKNT, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headaohe, Nervous Piostration oansed by the use of alcohol or tobaooo. Wakefulness, Mental Depression. Softening of the Brain re* suiting in insanity and leading to misery, deoay and death. Premature Old Ag*, Barrenness Loan of Power in either sex, Involuntary losses and Sperm -torrboea caused by over-exertion of the brain, self-abuse or over-indulgenoe. Each box oontains one month's treatment $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail pre paid on receipt of price. WK itAUASTEE»lX BOXES To oure any case. With eaoh order received by ns for six bnxes, aocompanted with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money if th* treatment does not effeot a cure. Guarantees leaned orlv by Purriy & Brecht, Druggists and Sole Agents, Third tttrect, Yankton, Dakota. First Publication Dee. 7. Summons, Territory of Dakota, Second Judioial Dis trict as. In the Dlstriot Oourt in and for the County of Yankton. J. E. Bruce* Plaintiffs va, Henry Fahernwald, defendant. The Territory of Dakota 8ends Greeting to Henry Fahernwald, defendant. YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer tho complaint of J. E. Bruce, plaintiff which was filed the office of the olerk of the district court within and for said Yankton county, at tankton, Dakota on the 7th day of December, 1888. and serve a oop of your answr upon the subforiberB at their office, in the oityof Yankton, D. T.. within thirty days, after the servioe of this summons, exolusive of the day of service, or the plaintiff will take judgment against you for twenty dol lars, and eight eente, with interest at seven per oent per annam from Nov. 1st 1888, besides costs. Dated at Ysnkton, Dakota, this 6th day of November A. D., 1888. FRENCH & SMITH, Plaintiff's Attorneys [•BigG L:.jgiven unlver jsal satisfaction In tbe I cure of Gonorrhoea and I Uluet. I prescribe It and feel safe in rocommeud« lug It to all sufferers. HA« J. STOHER, H.O., T1rGor««!n TO 5 DATS. Qa&rintMd not w' «SOM Bute tart. Urd oatj bytfcs lu&iCbimlal Co. Decatur^ Sih PRICE, 81.00. Sold by Druggists. Ohio. 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