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617 8t. CharleB 8t:eet, St. Louis, Ho.
ESTABLISHED 1857, (RTQISTEREO).
BLOOD DISEASES forSOyeart, ma Cit
•nd old resident. toirw. IfcNOWIKO TfrHAT TS 1)0,
HO EXPERIMENTS ARE MADE. Consultation al
Gffloo bt by mail* free and invited* strictly confidential,
Hedicinea sent ay mail, boat or expreu everywhere,
seooxefrom obwrvaUoil. .Beware
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cheap "CUTC-RII*.'
Judicious Medication and Skill will Care
ORCANIC WEAKNESS
FAILING MEMORY.
ITV LACK OF ENE RCV.
UC.DIL.1! PHYSICAL DECAY.
e*.produ«lQ|
itruatjDtfeet
od Aversion to Sooietj. LofcrA
,1^ Btusied l)cv«loptnint
Arlnloi from Jndfaoretlon, Kxoetfl or Io1u)Kciie«,produ$loi
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ive M«roorr, Pltnjfie# OB Fkttrj
Ambition,Unfitness to Harr/.Djr#]
tmca, all exhausting 4ralna slot weak-««rU atr»ogihetf«t
rfetluent ftelratlfta, Safe
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SpwWl 8tndf of EN&K<« PURE MEDICINE*
especially ^«pajr»d U»er«ifor, wiiur** &•*(
Bond for Question List No. 1, free.
BLOOD&SKIN=v
whatever cause. posl lively and forever driven from the ayatets
ty Safe. Time-Tested Remedies. ,6
1 euro &YPUIL18, recent or old ea«CBr for life, eafeiy and
surely. Ho poiaooa uaed. My treatment'!! the result of SO
Years' (Experience and the Hot Spring nietliod. Cure guaran»
teed, KejMtr to Kettico. Sn6n caaet dcmaud «peei»i atudy,
•sp*rt«ao« and treatment. Avoid InezjMrtloneed hoadt.
Send for Question List No. 2* fr*e.
KIDNEY^mhURINARY
fiomplalnU, Painful, Dtffleult, too frequent or Moody Urine.
IJNNATIJBAL D1BMU llj)iE8 prampUy wired. tiOKORJMUKA,
(JLBET, HTRICTl'Ri! eared without instruments or rain. All
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WIUIl BACK, PAlKKlX HWKLUMW, VAIUCOUSLK, quickly
relieved and radicals? cored,
BLADDER ud KIDNEY BISEABE8.
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Send for Queatfbn List No. 3, free.
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CATARRH, THROAT. HQSE.LUflG DISEASES
Cause Home taint in organism, Cure based on aelentlHe
principle*. CooaiUutloiml treatment aud mediuted ajrwHI
eure. RueeeasfaUj treated at home or at oftiw. fcONBWnJ*
TIOHALOtt ACqmUKD WKAKKKBSKS OF BOTH 8KXE8 treated
successfully luso PILKfi.
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.YANKTON, D. 1.
•Agent* forOohuabnaBaggr.
Germania House
Doaglaa Aveane.!near Third stireet,
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RIVER STAGE COMPANY
'Mail, FRwangw and Bzpnaa.
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BATBS ArmonratlSm. daily, esoept Son.
day's for *ort Basdall and intormeditM
pdnte, amvinoatyort Banaan at(:10.
Wort Haadntl at tM
at ArmoaratUo'olock.
a. m. and arrive
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French Cabinet Tottering and
May Fall at Any Moment.
FLOQUET LOSING HIS HOLD.
I^ookit as If Ho Had Knocked the Ptopii
Out from Under Himself J»y Hit* At
tlturio In Saturday's JJisctisslon
-Gfitiei'Hl Foreign News.
PARIS, Feb: 12.—Ah examination of
Saturday's vote in tho chamber on the
priority of the scrutin d' aiTondisaemeiit
confirms the views-already expressed as
to the Weakness of the cabinet. Forty
six Republicans voted against adopting
thu opinion auppoi tod by I'loqUL't, not
withstanding the fact that the president
of tho council had said he'would not,
consent to remain in office if tho result
of the vote Was unfavorable. These
forty-six S«publ1cann, with but few ex
ceptions, belong to the liadical pai'ty,
and in the list appear such names
as those of Henry Maret, CamiUe
Pellatin and Miller. Tlie Radical
organs "make no concealment of
their dissatisfaction at the attitude taken
by Floquet in Saturday's discussion.
CamiUe Pellatin, in an article in La
Justice, whose* political course is di
rected by Clemenceau, ironically saiil
that, tho cabinet appeared possee-ied of a
suicidal monomania, and: that ifc-r fixed
idea was to commit harikari. M. Sigis
mon L-acroix, in The Radical, was not
one whit more indulgent for Floquet,
and tlie Langare deplores the mistake
lie committed. Floquet has incurred
the disapproval of those on whose sup
port he has a right to count most, and
ias not had the good luck to lind com
pensation in the.supportof the moderate
'action of tlie Republican party. Tlie
moderate Republicans are not feeling at
all satisfied with liim.
V.'ili
Informer C'aron,
LONDON, Feb. 12,-^Thecross-examina
tion of Le Giiron by Sir Charles Russell
was continued. Witness admitted that
neither O'Kelly or Parnell had oyer
written to him. The Fehiftus,' lie said,
expelled O'Keliy because he joined the
open movement headed by Parnelli The
most important of the conversations Mr.
Parnell had with, him was, he said, the
one which concerned tlie Irish leader's
views as a revolutionist. Iu'this conver
sation Le Caron "said Parnell declared lie
did riot goo why an insurrection would
not be successful. Le Caron stated that
from February, 1808, to August, 1870, he
received ££,000, all of whlck he used for
public purposes.
Uiitoiubed Miner* ReHoued,
LONDON, Hub. 12.—The miners who
were entombed in a colliery at Plymouth
five days ago have been rescued. Fortun
utely each had a'small quantity of food
in hi8 pockets,5 and by eating sparingly
until the rescuing force readied them.
They were' very' weak and terribly
emaciated, but with .proper medical
treatment and nourishing food, .will
shortly be restored to health.
O'JIrleii Arraleneil.
IJUBUN, Feb. 12.—William O'Brien
was taken from the jail at Tralee to Kil
larney, where lie was arraigned on the
recent summons issued against him un
der the crimes act. Mr. O'Brien was
looking luggard and pale. He asked
for contifluunce until Monday, which
was granted.
Ko Use'for Ale*.
BKRLIN, Feb. 12.—Emperor William
has officially notified Prince Alexander
of Batten burg that he does not desire
his presence in Berlin,either for the pur
pose of settling the affairs of his father,
the late Prince Alexander oi Hesse, or
upon any other pretext.
More -Grief for Mackenzie.
LONDON', Feb. 12.—It is rumored that
the College of Physicians and Surgeons
has decided to erase the name of Dr. Sir
Morcll Mackenzie from its rolls, and that
its action, will shorUy be publicly an
nounced. f-»., ,y
FOREIGN NOTES. "M*
The condition of the pope'aliealth pre
vented him from reading his allocution
at the consistory.
The c?ar has expressed his a]
of.Count Tolstoi's reform, but. has or
dered that they be submitted to adetailed
debate.
The chief Of police-of Pesth has issued
a1 proclamation declaring that he will
deal rigorously with any person wl(o
shall attempt to renew the late dis
orders there.- txtf
Tlie Russians in Bokhara are becom
ing alarmed at the encroachments of a
force-of a0,000 Afghans upon the fron
tier, and preparations are making to
oppose tlieinj:
Severe 'show storms still prevail
Ui'roughotrt Germany,Austria and Switz
erlana. Railway travel is blocked in all
direction J. itnd accidents resulting from
tihe attempts to move trains are frequent.
Archbishop Strossmajrer has iisudd
ptfstorul letter lamenting the death of
Crown Prince Rudolph ind extolling his
virtues. He expressed deep regret that
now the last liofies of Croatia had van'
ished.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain
were honored with an enthusiastic re
ception' at Glasgow. An address was
presented to Mrs. Chamberlain on'be
half of the Women's Unionist associa
tion of Scotland.
It has just come to light that a young
lieutenant named Zepspazy committed
suicide in front of a mirror immediately
on his i-eturn to his room 'front a morn
ing service in honor of the memory of
Prince Rudolph. His wound was simi
l.ir to thai which th«i prince inflicted
upon himself.
Adispate!) to
The Daily News from Njjpe
istates that .Secretary Balfour's rigid co
ercion'policy in Ireland is being serious
ly discussed by the English members of
parliament sojouring there fiom which
fact it is inferred that a lively debate of
tlie matter will take "place, at the open
ing of parliament.
A dispatch from Dundee says that ,the
iinurderor of the woman whose mutilated
remains were found in a chest there, is
W. H. Bury," husband of the victim.
Burn: was a resident of Whitechapel
London,find bis antecedents which, have
been traced, suggest that lie 5s "proba^
bly Jack-, the Ripperand that he is
subject to.tfts of murder ymnia^ 9r
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AS A PRECAUTION.
The President Empowered to Fro
tee
America* Interests at Panama*
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12.—The senate in
•ecret session, passed the following bill,
to enable tlie president of the United
Btates to protect our interests in Pana
ma:
Be it enacted, etc., tbaij there be and
is hereby appropriated otic of any mone
in the treasury not otherwise appropr
ated, the sum of $250,000 to enable the'
president to protect the interejftt1 of the
united States, and to provide for theae
curity of the persons and property of
the cititens of the United States at the
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istbnins or rai.ama in such manner
pe'
It is learned that the committee on
foreign 'relations had received no news
Df any outbreak at Panama, but, deem
ing it best to be prepared for any that
might occur, had decided to ask for
the passage of the bill at once as an in
dependent measure, rather than risk the
delays and uncertainties attending
an "amendment to the appropriation
bill. The troubles feared are such
as are incident to the discharge,
in a body, of laborers whose means
of gaining a livelihood are thereby cut
off, and who, in their desperation and
distress, may lesort to violence and
bloodshed. It is understood that it has
been deemed wise by the authorities of
the United States, Great Britain and
olhffcr nations having large numbers of
their citizens employed on the Panama
canal to arrange for bringing them home
in case of a wholesale discharge, and
not to suffer them to remain on tlie
isthmus in destitution and want. To
provide for this tlie sum of $260,000 was
appropriated.
After a number of appointments fa
vorably reported by tlie committees had
Ix-en confirmed, the question of moving
the injunction of secrecy from the pro
ceedings in connection with tho consid
eration of the British extradition treaty
was taken up. To this there was con
siderable opposition. The motion final
ly prevailed and a record of proceedings
covering a period of two or three years
will be furnished to the proas.
A BOSTON GIRL ON HEFT MUSCLE.
A Dude AccoNts H»r ut the Thoatre Door
and Site Kmtclcs Him Down.
BOSTON, Feb. 12.—Patrons of the Bos
ton theare as they started for home were
treated to a little scene that was not
down on the programme. A gentle
man accompanied by two ladies came
on the street, and in the crowd of mash
ers and dudes that hang about the thea
tre doors, one of the ladies, a young and
handsome.
tperson,
... points already named.
of this they wero enabled to sustain life turned early in the afternoon and min
became separated
from her "companions. One of the
mashers, dressed in a long ulster and
fashionable tile, at once walked up to
the girl, raised his hat, and stalled to
accost her. She turned on him indig
nantly, saying:
"What do you mean, sir, by insulting
meV"
•At the same time she gave him a
smart slap in the face. He cowardly at
tempted to'Strike her back, but she was
equal to the occasion, and, -varding off
the blow, dealt him another and s'ill a
third. He struggled desperately, but
she held him at bay until, with a well
directed right-hander, she knocked him
to the sidewalk, anlid the cheers of the
crowd.
Smallpox Scare in a I'oritofftcc.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 12.—A sensation
was created among the attaches of
the postofBce when it was reported that
Hdnry Wiggins, who carries the mail
ta and frbm SUlftgle Creek "arid Brooklyn
had lK?en exposed to a malignant case of
smallpox. Wiggins came to the poat
oflice as usual about 8 o'clock, and after
a etay of half all hour in the distribut
ing department left to tleliver. mail
at the two points already named. He re
rlv
jled with a half-dozen or more employes
the office. Shortly after leaving the
office he was taken ill. Tlie physician
ho *waa calledf after a careful -study of
the symptoms, pronounced it varioloid.
The physician afterwards called at the
pOcstuiiloo jiii'i informed the postmaster
and his subordinates of the unpleasant
state of affairs.
V/ill Marry a St.
I^OUIK
The "Q*s" KaraingH,
CHICAGO, Feb. 13.—The Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy railroad company
issued its statement of earnings and ex
penses for the month of December and
the year 1888. The gross earnings for
the mouth were $1,167,078, an increase
of ^4,285 over tlio.se of the correspond
ing period of the previous year. There
was an increase pf .,$318,018 in tlie oper-,
ating expensos and a decrease of $318,763
in the "net earnings. For the twelve
montlis ending. December 81, the gross
earnings Tvere $33,789,167, a decrease of
§3,786,910, while the net earnings were
$5,985,054, a deorea.se of $6,378,147 as
compared with 1887.
A Siugnlar Accident.
HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. 12.—George
Johnston, employed in the electric light
works-here, tied a cloth saturated with
alcohol about his head to relieve the
eadaclie from which he was suffering.
few tnomont8 later he passed under a
largo belt in the works and a spark of
electricity jumped from the belt and ig
nited the alcohol, burning Johnston ter
ribly.
Lightweights Fight at 0m 1I14.
OMAHA, Feb. 18.—Tommy Brooks of
Kansas City and Billy Edwards of Chi
cago fought with bare knuckles to
finish. Patsy MeArtlin seconded Ed
ivards, while: Brooks was looked after by
Billy Ilawley. Tho light was stoutly
contested up to the sixth round, when
Edwards failed to come to time. Both
p'r incipals and MeArtlin were arrested.
Drowned lit lUiavenworth,
LIEAVENWORTH,Kan., Feb. 12.—Edwin
Pierce and Susan Anthony, a neice of
Uusan B. Anthony, while skating on a
Jroiwned.
ond, broke through the Ice and were
The bodies" were recovered.
Wants HLKCOOO.
EAO CI.AIRE, Wis., Feb. 12.—Joseph
Leivenkugel, proprietor of a big brewery,
brings suit the circuit court against
Max Stein, a leading merchant, for
$180,01)0 ilama^es. Stein soma time ago
attached *11 the beer in the Leivenkugel
brewery on claim for several thousand
dollars, leivenkugel claims the dam
ages as having resulted to his business
from the attachments.
8tate Clieiuicn! laboratory Rnrne1.
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 13.—The chemical
lalioratory of the State university was
totally destroyed by fire. Loss, $50,000.
The fireofen had ifreat trouble in saving
the building. The origin of the tiro i»
unknown.
Ice illoekade Broken.
GRAND HAVEN, Mich., Feb. 12.—The
wind shifted to the southeast and broke
up the ice blockade at this port. The
stedlner Roauokt left for Milwaukee
and the steamer Wisconsin came up to
her dock.
A Chicago Blase*
CHFCAOO, Feb. 12.—A Are occurred at
the' 'X. II. Andrews & CO.'H lumber yard on
Twehty^second street. Four dry kilns
were stocked with fine hard wood lum
ber, and the loss will be $25,0o0 fully
Until the skin was raw. Body covered with
fecale* like ftpot* »f mortar. Cured by
theCuticura Uemedlem.
I am going to tell yon of the extraordinary
change your Ontieura Uemodiei performed on
me. Aboat the Ut of April last notioed some
led pimple* like coming oat on my body, but
thought nothing of ifuotii some time later on,
when it began to look like ipote of mortor
rpotted on. and whigh came eff in yers, ac
companied with itching. 1 woold scratoh
every eight until I wes raw, then tho next
n'ght tho fvoalep. being formed meanwhile wore
eoratchcd off again, lnvaiudml COQBUU all
the doctors in the oountry, but without aid
After giving up ail hopes of recovery, I hap
pei ed to see an advertisement in tbe newepa
per about your Outioura H^mediea, and pur
ebred them from iny druggist, and obtained
almost immediate relief. 1 begaa to notice
that the scaly eruptions gradually dropped off
and disappeared one by one, snd have been
fully eured. 1 had the disease thirteen months
before 1 began taking the Outien'a Remedies,
and in four or five weeks was entirely oured.
My disease wa eczema and p*orasis I lecom
mended the Outioura Remedies to all in my
vicinity, and know of a great many who bave
taken them, ard thank me for the knowledge
of them, especially mothers who have babes
with scaly eruptions on th* ir head* and bodies.
I cannot express in w»n ds tho thanks to you
for what the Outioura Remedies have bee to
me* My body was covered with Hoalo*, and I
was an awful spectaole to behold. Now my
"km is as nioe and olfar as a baby's.
GEO. COT1CY, Merrill. Wis.
Sept. St. ifH7.
Feb. 7,1888—Not a trace whatsoever of the
disease from wbioh suffered has shown itself
einoe my cure* QUO. OOTEit.
We cannot do justice to the esteem in whioh
Outioura, the great Skin Cure and Ou icura
Hoap. an exquisite Skin Beautifier, prepared
from it and •mtioura Be solvent, the new Blood
ihirifier, are held by the thousands upon thous
ands whose lives have been made happy by the
cure of agonizing, humiliating, itcoing, soaly
and pimply diseases of the akin, eoalp, and
blood, with loss of hair.
Bold everywhere, Prioe, Outioura, BOo. 8oap,
26o. Resolvent, $1. I*repared by the Potter
Drug and Ohemioal Oo., Boston, Mass.
t3P~8*nd for "How to Cure Hitin Diseases,'
64 page, 50 illustrations and 100 testimonialB.
n||U|PLES. black beads,.
lltl prevented by Outioura
ne6us and infallible
cents.
scorn
Girl.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 12.—The Republic an
nounces that it lias good reasons to
believe that if General Boulanger, the
central political figure in France at pres
ent, obtains a divorce from his wife, he
will shortly thereafter marry tho di
vorced wife of Joseph D. Lucas of this
city. The lady in question was, befoie
marriage,Miss Fannie McLaren, daughter
of Col. Charles McLaren, an old and
prominent citizen of St Louis. She is a
very handsome and accomplished
woman, and first met the general in
New York in 1881 at a reception given
to tlie delegation of French notables
who came to this country to participate
in the celebration of the centennial of
the battle of Yorktown.
jd and oily skin
dedicated Hoap*
UTERINE PAINS.
lAnd Weakness instantly relieved by
the ontieura Anti-Pain Plsster, a
JPtrfeot Antidote to Pain lntlamma
tion and Weakness. A new, instants
pain-killing plaster. 26
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EMULSION
PllPCe 00LD8
s£S£S£f WastfngDiseaBes
Wonderfur FleshProducor
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a se
cret remedy. It .contains the
stimulating properties of the
Hypophosphites and pure Nor
wegian Cod Liver Oil, the po
tency of both being largely
increased. It is-used by Phy
sicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold ]y all Druggists.
S00TT & B0WME, Chemists, N. Y.
MRS. R. T.SULLIVAN.
Teacher of Vooal and Instruments
Musio, and also of Organ.
Pupils not havlntr piano, oan have ose
o! nine tor praetising. Terms for lesson
reasonable,
JF^Baaldenoat Oedar Street. Between Snd
2nd trd
FEB. 5, 1889
Only nine days snore to aeleot your
VALENTINES
At Wagoner's Music Store,
Uorrtson Block, you will find
the finest assortment in town,
but as they are going oft rapidly
it behooves you to tret there.
DR. C. R. ELLIS,
i'? ws. a
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YANKTON.... ..DAKOTA
A NEW FIRM.
Brauch & Son
(Successors to J. B. Wynn.)
—PK4UEHS IN—
ZE3Ia, d-wa r©,
Btoves, Tinware, Farm
Machinery, Etc.
Oorner of Broadway and Third Streets, Yank
ton, Dakota,
Ha\lag Purohaeed the old Hardware Estab
lishment of the late J. Wynn, we are pre*
pared to deal fairly and honorably* with ell
the ola eastomers of the establishment and
extend every business courtesy to new custo
mers.
K. BBAUOH & SON.
E. H. DUNK,
LOANS AUD INSCEANOE
Loans on City, Farm and Chattel
Property on the Meat Favorable
Terms.
Money for Final Proof* School Bonds
Negotiated. Box 1184, Yankton. Dakota.
Yankton and Swan Lake
Stage and Express.
Line.
i'U/'V ..
J.N. MOOBB, Proprietor,
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I latini ifoodiij*,' Wednewlva aaa
wants.
MB8.
girl for
pply to
T*7ANTED-A good Ecandanavian
bouse work. i«od wages, A
AOOU»lrNYBEttO.
Oorner 0jh and Mulberry 8ts.
sive
artiole in which there is big money and no
competition. XT. B. BOaTWlCK,
A
practical book Ireeyier of many yearsexper
enow, wishes a eitaatiDn- willing to make I
himself generally useful. Satisfactory refer-|
enoes. Address postotu box I23i,fl Yankton,'
D,X.
For Heat
1? OB BENT—^Two unfurnished front rooms
a go for any purpose over Oux, Odiorne &
Oo*s. store, Third street.
house,
corner
|?OR RENT—Comfortable dwelling
eight rooms, good we.l, aud a barn.
Mulberry and 2nd street. Apply to
WILCOX A WIL^UMS.
Or to American Mortgage Oo Walnut Btr.et,
First National bank building
FURNISHED BOOMS FOB RENT—*a«t side
of Douglas Avenue, two doora from oorner I
of Fourth street.
C^OR RENT—1 he building
a-
OOMH TO BENT—Three unfurnished rooms 1
and hall to rent. Small family preferred!
Good well and cistern on premises. Apply at I DB. E.
restdenoe on Fourth street, between Green and
Yankton. D^k ta, Feb 11.1889
GEO, R. 600UGAL,President.
R. M. WARD, Treasurer.
Dissolution of Partnership.
npHE partnership hitherto existing between!
the undersigned doing business under th&
firm nHme of Oox, Odiorne
& Oo
disolved by mutual consont. E. A. Odiorne
reiiring. All amount* due tbe firm are payable
to E. A. Odiorne. All liabilities will be ae
turned by the remaining partner.
MARTHA OOX.
E. A. ODIORNE.
Yankton, D. T., January 10,1889.
O. J. B. HARRIS
(Of Yankton, Dakota.)
Commission Merchant
Member of Chicago Board of|
Trade aud C. B. of T. Stock
Kxohangei
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.!
lafBeoeives Consignments and Bays an
Sella for Future Delivery. Addreqi
C. J. B.
HARBI8,
817 Boyal Insnranoa- BnSding, Obioaao, 111'
Yankton Omnibus
AK»
TRANSFER LINE.
Xj. RABDIN, Proprietor.
F* Bates to and from patties, the theatre,
eto. will tecelve Bpecial attention,
tar* Leave Orders at Merchants Hotel for
Passengers or Baggage.
TELEPHONB Ko. 25.
H.
m. m$.
rt
Veterinary Surgeon
Dentist, fi
W. LB DOW,
J. H. TBLUSB,
Attorney at Law,
Offioe In Foe
to Hoe block
YANKTON DAK01 A.
OH
J. OAHFBELL, T. T.BABBES.
Campbell
&
Barnes,
ATTOBNEY8
V-Wtu Praotloe In
Territory,
AT LAW
all the Courts ef tho
P^MoPB^TT,
DSAIIEB IN
Groseries, Winss and Liquors, Feed
a«d Provisions.
YANKTON DAKOTA.
John Langr,
Painter
ti{ I if*??-
AND DBOOBATOB.
TMI'taf and flneat daa^na 1b Interloi
3'i
v"
SteaM KeatinG
Hot Water Heating
A^ffS luSe money'can'aeoare' ttoMeola-1 Repairs Promi)tly Attended
.ive o-ntrcl. for this count,, rf_ a P.tente,
Ooinm-Tola' Hotel
and Fittingg
and Supplies for
water and
Steam.
Plans and Estimates on all Kinds
of Work.
Jos. H. Campbell.
YANKTON,...
IRV
formerly ocoupied
as United Btates land moe on Uouglas ave-1
nue. Enquire of Mrs. Wetter on Walnut street, I
first door north of Dr. Ettor's,
ITMXHT,
Locust. MB8. E, J. ANDEB80N, |ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, NervouB Ptostration caused by the
use of alcohol or tobaoco. Wakefulness,
UIBAM O. WHEELER, Odebolt Sao oounty, Mental Depression, Softening of thn Brsin re*
Iowa, Ohioago & Northwestern railway, 1 suiting in insanity and leading to misery, decay
75 miles southeast of t*ioux City, has 95 im-
ported Percheronand S^ire btallions, none
getter. Write for prices and terms.
First publication Feb. 11,1889.
Notice.
"VTOTIOE is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stock holders of the Yank
ton Heating and Plumbing Company of Yank
ton. Dakota wilt be held at the offioe of
McKlnney & Soougal in the city of Yankton,
ak"ta on Monday the 11th day of March 1
at4o'olockp m. for the purpose of electing
directors for said company for theebsning
ir and doing any other and further busines
th ma? lawful come before satd meeting:
.DAKOTA.
Health is Wealth!
TREAXMENT
O.WKBT*B NKBVB AND BB IN TBKAT-
a guaranteed speoifio for Hysteris, Diszi-
A4
and death. Premature Old Ag^« Barrenness,
LOBS
of Power in either sex. Involuntary Ijosses
and Sperm 'torrboea caused by over-exertion of
the brain. Belf-abnae or over-indulgence. Eaoh
box contains one month's treatment il.OO a
ix, or six boxes for $5.Q0. sent
by
paid on receipt of price.
mail pre­
WE GUARANTEE
SIX BOXES
To oure any case. With eaoh order received by
us for six boxes, aooompan'ed with $5.00, we
will send the purchaser our written guarantee
to refund the money if thi treatment does not
effeot a COT©. Guarantees issued o- ly by
Purriy & Breoht, Druggists and Sole Agents,
Third btreet, Yankton, Dakota.
First Publication Dec. 7,
Summons.
Territory of Dakota, Second Judicial' Dis
trict ss.
In the District Oourt in and for the Oounty of
Yankton.
is this day
J. E. Brace, Plaintiff, vs. Hmry Fahernwald,
defendant.
Th« Territory of Dakota Sends Greeting to
Henry Faherowald, defendant.
YOD are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of J. E. Bruce,
plaintiff whioh was filed in the office of the
clerk of the distriot oourt within and for aaid
Yankton oounty, at ankt.on, Dakota on the
7 th day of Deoember, 1888, and serve a odp-of
your answer upon the sub#oribers at their
offioe, in the city of Yankton, X). T., within
thirty days, after the servioe of this summons,
exclusive of the day of service, or the plaintiff
will take Judgment against you for twenty dol
lars, and eight oents. with interest at seven
p*r oent per annum from Nov* 1st 1888, besides
oosts.
Dated at Yankton, Dakota, this 8th day of
November A. D.( 1888.
FBENOH & SMITH, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Big civeu uni ver
eal- satisfaction In the
cure Of Gonorrhoea and
Uieet. I prescribe It and
feel sale in recommend
ing It to all sufferers.
Mfd^nly byth#
GhurietlCt
nnati
^lnii
Trade
A. J. ST0XFR, M.D.,
Decatur, I1U
PRICE, SI.00.
Sold fcy Bruggista.
E. COATE9, Agent, Yankton, D. T.
Jno H.Queal& Co
DlALBBS KB
LUMBER
Lath, Shingles,
Merchants Hotel s^h, Doors, Blinds
Oorner of Broadway and Third Streets,
Yankton.
F. JBNCKS, Proprietor. |,
Fiint class in every respect- The best of ao»
oommodations for Oomrqercial Travelers and
the publio in general.
LjlllQ, COFTL)
BUILDING PAPER, &c.
Mt. Olive Illinois Goal on Hand.
Yard on Broadway near North,
jweatern railroad iriokc, Yankton
I
Edmiton, Bloofc, Sioux Fa'ls.
piiAHS and Bneolfloatlons, general Suoeriii
A tendenoe work reasonable prieea.
Dakota.
LUIIIBI CO
St. Croii
The Best Place to Bay Your
8EUNGLES, LATH,
CBILIKO, DOORS,
WUTDOW8, MOULDINGS,
STORM BASH, PAINT, &C,
ES'" Orders promptly attended to,
Delivered tree to any part of the oity.
W No. 409 on Broadway, Between Fourth
and Fifth Streets.
Supreme Gourt Reports.
Yolame One, Two and Three.
Dakota Reports!
-—-AT-—
$5.00 PJH1B VOLUME,
Address, BOWEN KIN0SBU
ut% y:y
YAHKTOH DAKOTA
Rubber Stamps
—ur
Any Btyle at the Press'and
Dakotalan Offioe.
lASKZOS. DAKOTA
OS. SO HILT'Z
Milwaukee Beer
un draughts*
GEOitGE BROWN'S
Third St*, Sample Rooms
OBOWN'S facilities for keeping Beer Goo
aad freph are unequaled, and he is at all
times prepared to furnish this invlgoratinff
beyerage at his popular establishments,
Wlnfes, Liquors acd Cigars
_^*Oall at BrownfsSample rooms on Third
street when in Yankton*
GEOBGE BROWN.
Mlcbael Bremen,
MEAT MARKET.
THIBD 8TBKET,
TANKTON^ .OAKOTt
the CHICAGO
AN°
WESTERN
WW RAILWAY.
RAILWAY.
OVER 7,000 MILES
Of steel track in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota
and Wyoming, penetrates the Agricultural,
Mining and Commercial Centres of the
WEST AND NORTHWEST.
The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line
embraces Sumptuous Dining Cars. New
Wagner and Pullman Sleepers, Superb
day Coaches and
FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS
Running direct between Chicago,
St. Paul
and Minneapolis, Council Bluffs and
Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver,
San Francisco and all pacific Coast Points.
ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK HILLS
For Tickets, Rates, Mnps, Time Tables and fall
Information, apply to any Ticket Agent or ad
fcess the Qen'l Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
V. WHITMAN, 2.0.WXCZE3, fi. P. WILSON,
Qeaml Xmger. Trtflo Umgtr. Qen'l Paas. Agt.
AKOTA LKQAL BLAHKS.
PRESS AND tlAKOTA'AN LIST:
FOB LAWYERS,
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE,
PROBATE JUDOEB
OLEKK8 OF OOUKT
U. 8. OOMAUBBIONEB6
UINEBS
SHERIFFS
Address
Soh|ol
NOTARIES PUBLIC
OONYETANOERFL.
U. S. Land Offioe Blanks.
Oatalogne fnrnlfhed on apDlleatlen
BOWEN A BINGBBUBf,
Yankton. Dakota.
To School Officers.
Townsnlp Books*, and Blsnk
Sohool Distrlot Books and
Blanka, oompleted and
arranged under tho,
SchooltLaw of
1883-7
FOR SCHOOL OFFICERS' DAKOTA
Pnbltahed and for sale by
BOWEN & KINGSBURY,
FAHKTON DAKOTA
*01—
DAKOTA!
We era famish the Soesioo Lewi
Dakota for the years
1879, 1887 1885
*, 1883,
and 1887.
Addtew, BOWEN KINGSBURY,
TASX10N|tMIH*NSSM»NIMHM« DAKOTA.

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