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i® fries Str BUSHBO §0- iB57, 017 8t. EST, NERVOUS 3w sp feC ejfc.'• tfc* 'MA Ik mi 8* W *5? 617 8t. Oharlea Streot, ST. LOUIS, MO. New Advertisements. TO ADVERTISERS H«t of 1000 rirwRpapera diTidei STATES AND 8ROTXONS will be Bont REUABLESELF GUf nr11•?" jiVtitii TK«. 8t louia, Ho4 tntdlSTEFlEo)? GRADUATEof twoKedioftl Colleges, SKXH An4 A RXTNRUFI SPECIALIST in CHH0NI0, HEFCVOU BLOOD DISEASES KNOWING 170 BXPE3TIITTNTS ARE MADS, OonaultAtifn TJ Office or by M&iL free and invited, strictly confidential, Medicines sent'by mail, boat or express everywhere, SEC ur«from observation* Beware of cheap''Cure-alls*1 Judicious MEDICATION and Skill will Cure ORGANIC WEAKNESS FAILING MEMORY, neoil ITV UCK OF wEBGY. UtDlLI I PHYSICAL DECAY. Arl«lnB troB l98l8creUeo.TE*M*i or InftuUrtn*) pMflelnj Wer*ounnes», PfibilUj, Pl«ane»« of Flight, RrlflMetruat, Defect Ive Memory. Pimples oo Face, Avcrxlon to Society, Io*« a Ambition,unfltosas to Marry, Dysiirimla, ftttiDlcd Development Leat Manhood, Pains to Back, Klgbt Loaaea, «fo. Rollef ni oneo, atl cxbsurtlOf drain* Wtonpea, weak iaft* ilreagthcuei and mt*rie4. M/ meittod 6f Treatment ia'&cftbtltfe, ftafe Bure, taxiing for life libulHM op the NerV*», Strengthen* Byatem, fie* to res Tltor, vjfj Sucec*« 1» Itftawl OW facta, Life loiift Kxperlenes, Special Stiity of each case pure Medlcloca especially prepared therefor, iluurc a Real Cure. Bead for Question List Ifo. 1, free. BLOOD&SK1N ig'JIift BcKty, lfo*e ThroW, BWi pSMhea la luontb, OBS,neiema, Old 8or tilOTUBES, ALLVOKMS n4" Boneit, Blotches hcumattam, Paltlof Kruptloni, Affecting Mucous f. Hair, Aeue, whatever cause, potl tlveiy and forever driveo from tlte ayxtem by Safe, TlmeTested Remedies. 1 cure SYPHILIS, recent or old eauet, fur life, tafely and surely. No poUooa used. My treatment is the result of 8^ Years' Experience and the Hot Rprloga method. Cure guaran* tee*!. Never to Return. Such eases demand special atodjr, experience and treatmont, Avoid iuexperleueea bauds* 8md for Question -List No. 2, fros, KIDNEY^ndIURINARY Complaints, Painful, FHffloult, too frequent or Bloody Urine, UNNATURAL MSfJUKGia prqmptly cured., flMKOBRHOU. tiMCfcT, ftTRlCTI'RKcuriW without Instruments or pain. All BLADDER aod KIDHEY. DISBABES.MLWI* tiRIM, Roren, Ulcers, Painful Kwelllngs, fron WKAK RACK, PAIKFCL BWK14JN0S, tAKlCOCKLK, qolcUy relieved aod radically cure^ Bend for Question Btst Ifo. 8, fHe. CATARRH, THROAT, HOSE. LUN6 DISEASES Cause:.$otne taint 10 Argaalsm. Cure bated on aeton'.lllo prlnel|fl^. Cottsilttttfotinl treatment ftDd menieat^l air will cure. Bueeeasfnlly treated at home or at office. i'OKHTtTd TIONALOU AiHtKlRKU WltAKMMWKS OPBOTIf. HKXK8 treated successfully: ala A friendly talk eosu nothing, Call oe or add^eas divided intf» on ap- varioa»«eotionB our Select 1 ocat List, QUO. JP. 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FLIOPBIETOBS. his home la the heMaurtea (or tn*elei ani immigration, flood stabling in oonneotloa with the Botal. Hail, Passenger and Kxpress.. Mmi iLrmoorto fntBuilill,vhOnu1itfi at iS M. DAILY, notpt 8n&. Randall and lniermedliM -ivinsat WortBandall pointa, "atI Ins SRLNS attilO. Leave Fort Uandall itl'Ma. M. and arrive Armour at o'oloek. This line tkumrashl* eoalpped villi (.OSTilim QUAKE. Details Show a Terrible Loss of Life jvis: and:'Properly. W f?t:-•'! 0U8, SEIH and Jity Papers prov WHAT TO DO, for SO VE*R«, AI CI and old residents know. WHOLE CITIES IN RUINS. IVoplo Citin ping: in tlio Sln-ctn, Fearing to Enter Their Shattered Houses—The Monetary I.OKA in San Jose ».Alone Over 93,000,000. HK* WOF (took, andlO^AAIQOSWSBOOAOB V. Oomfort, Bpeed and Bee&my Toflts pabons.', VOLTSB •.tOli^. Praprl.tar J- I A«• PANAMA, fob. 14.—The details of tho rccpiit cortliquiikes in. Costa Itioa, as published in tlie Costa Rica papers, which hav.o reached here, corroborate the .reports went out briefly tscvpral weeka ago. Tlie city of San Jose ancl other citjes were "terribly damaged. "Whoio streets »ro blockaded with ruins, railroads are blockaded, cliurchos closed, etc. For weeks people Living in the cities camped in tho streets and public Hquftrog,' fearing to re-enter tlie shattered houses oh account of the consfSiittly re curring shockn. The monetary loss in TUB DAMAGE AX SAN JOSE. the city of San Jose alone is over $2,000, 000. The loss of life is not yet ac curately known, but is believed to be great. Laguna an extraordinary geo ogioal phenomenon took place, tho earth assuming the appearance of a rough sea. A father aad fcur children were buried alivo in a crevice, while the mother and one child Were thrown a distance of a thousand meters. All Over the district the hills have changed therr position, anj the ground is full of cracks. Irazu volcano is in a state of eruption. A Terrific Explosion. YORK, Pa,, Keb.14.—A terrific explo sion occurred at Johnston's dynamite factory, situated at Hount Wolf. John Parlin, an employe, aged 23,of this city, was literally blown to pieces, and the factory totally -demolished. Ho. leaves a widow and three children. It is Btip posed that Parlin went- into the nitro glycerine magazine, and in turning on a water spigot which was frozen, the friction therefrom caused the explo sion. His bo«ly was thrown over the top of a tree seventy-five feet from the factory, No one else was injured. Drowning of Miss Anthody and Mr. Fierce LEAVENWORTH.* Kas., Feb. 14—The untimely deaths of Susie B.Anthony and Edwin Pierce,, who were drowned while skating, were much talked of. But five months ajijo both tlie Anthony and Pierce families lost a son and daughter, their deaths being' sudden -and unlooked for.' The result in the Pierce family was such that the mother's and eldest daughter's inihds were seriously affeoted, andrthis last blow has plncecf the two ladies in such a condition that there is little hope of their recovery.^ ^.v"^ Hit oil the Ht-itd. CHICAGO, Feb. 14.—During "the per formance of the "Twelfth Night" at the Chicago opera house -y Miss Julia Mar lowe and company, Mias Ada Dow, Miss Marlowe's assistant stage manager, was struck by a heavy piece of scantling, which in sotiie unaccountable manner became, loosened above and fell upon MiaJ Dow's head as she was standing iu tlie winjjs. Her injuries are considered very serious, and' may provo fatal. l""1 111 Crushed to Pulp. DEB MOINES, la., Feb. 14.—J. M. Johnson, a young farmer residing near Belmont, Wright county, while en caged in feeding a hay press, attempted Tet push some hay into the press with his foot,.' when lie was .caught by the machinery, dragged into the press and his whole body crushed to a pulp. He was a single, man. pgar.-* •.!'%! -V,HU Ileiul Cru»hetl. .. HARRISON, Neb., Feb. 14,—Afew.days ago Peter Boffer was getting out logs in Soldier canyon, and while loading one upon his wagon slipped and fell. Tlie heavy log rolled upon him', crushing his head into the ground^md terribly injur ng him. He. suffered for three days, and died on Monday evening. --a.— A Disable^ Steamer. QCEENSTOVN, Feb. 14.—The Cunard line steamship "Samaria," which sailed from Liverpool for Boston Feb. 7, ar rived here in tow of tlie steamer "AI verft'1* The "Samaria" broke her shaft on the 10th when 300 miles from port. Ulaastrous Land SIt«le. GENEVA, Feb. 11.—Extensive land slides have occurred at Flearior, a vil lage in Canton Neuclialet. Several houses have been demolished. The in habitants are fleeing for their lives. cteiS Fatal Family Quarrel READING, Pa., Feb. 14.—During famHy quarrel Chartes Qable' shot his wife in the chest' and then fired two bullets iiito his own head. Both are still alive but tlie husband's condition is critical. Fatalljr Kbot by HurgUrii PITTSBURG,Feb. 14.—William St.Clair, proprietor of .a gents' furnishing store at Wilkinsburg, a. suburb of this city, was fatally shot by ouiglars at 2:30 o'clock, r, Newspaper Publishers^ NEW YORK, Feb. 14.—The American Newspaper. Publishers' association elected James W. Scott, of The Chisojo Herkld, president of tlie JMsocia'icu. tZuklnft Money by Raising Skunlu. Mr. Joseph Limnger, who lives about twehty miles northeast of this city, is proprietor of a stunk ranch, probably tlie only one in the state. Mr, Lininger established his "slmnkery" with only a fow animals, and now there are fifty in the corral, "l. aet out," remarked the proprietor when interviewed, "to raise 600 of tho animals before slaughtering any, and at the present rate of increase it will not be long before that number is realized." •"How about the odor?" was asked. "There Is none whatever you can gp right up to the oorral, and I defy •v you to tell by the odor that tnere is a skunk in the neighborhood. They never eject their acrid and offensive fluid ex cept as a means of self defense, and if they are not molested there is no dan ger. Besides, it is very easy matter to remove from the kittens the glands con taining the offensive secretions, and thus disarm them for life. The skunk is an animal easily raised, and is quite valua ble for its oil and fur. Thfeskin is worth from 75 cents to $1.50, and the yield of oil is alxmt of tho same value. They have from six to ten young at a time and breed several times in a season, the 6ame as rabbits. My attention was called to this industry by a man in Tennessee, who h:i3 grown rich out of skunk rais ing."—Wabash (Ind.) Special. "Freedom** ami American Dress. What would a London lady think if she were ushered into a houso in New York at 4 o'clock in the afternoon to present herself to a hostess who was decked out in white satin, low neck and short sleeves,'or in Nile green moire, ditto neck and sleeves? The blinds would bo drawn, to bo'sure, and the (,-as lighted, but the curds would liavo read "from four to seven," and no power of imagi nation would make tho dresses and tho lights seem in place beforo dinner to a girt brought up in English society. In congruous dressing follows American women into various other kinds of enter tainment. English women visiting here remark, "What a pity that tho ladies in sist upon wearing their bonnets every where!" Such is literally tho case. Bon nets are worn at the theatre, at the opera, at receptions, and at concerts, even when "evening dress" has beer, suggestively printed on the tickets. The worst of it is, however, that a fow ladies do go without bonnets, and in that lies tho incongruity. A request for "even ing dress" on these occasions is observed by the ladies only by their putting on tho most elaborate headgear There is no accepted fashion in regard to the matter. Tliis is "freedom" in America. —Now York Cor. London Queen. Killing Rats. r: 7 A writer in Chambers' Journal repeats the method which is in quite general use here for cho extermination of rats. These animals aro tho wisest of domestic ver min, and any means taken for their de struction is, as a rule, quickly discovered them if not, the terror alono engen dered by the ever diminishing tribo is sufficient to cause them to flee the mys terious power which luvunts them. Tak ing odvantago of this, trait the writer in question constructed a trap for the rats. This was a water barrel carefully con cealed. On the top was a trap door (simply balanced by a pivot in the center), and beyond this somo food was placed for which tho rats had a strong liking. They could only get to this by walking over tho door, and in ordei to entice them, the door was fixed for about a week then the bolt was drawn, and for several nights a plentiful supply' of drowned rats rewarded the ingenuity of the rat killer, and the remainder of the colony sought "fresh woods and pastures now." J'isV? CT.w A Valuable Manuscript. Tlie Star states that the original man uscript of Dickens' story, "Our Mutual Friend," is said to bo in the possession of Mr. G. W. Childs, of Philadelphia, who is reported to have refused £1,200 for it Tho Btory of this -manuscript la rather remarkable. "Our Mutual Friend" was reviewed in The Times at great length, and in most laudatory terms by the late Mr. Dallas, who had previously informed Dickens that ho had undertaken to do justice to*'the new book" iu that jour nal, the notices of which carried great weight in those days. Dickens so.highly appreciated the valuo of tho service whigh Mr. Dallas had rendered him that ho presented him with the manuscript, which tho enthusiastic critic received with tho utmost effusion, vowing that he would always treasure It as one of his most precious possessions. Within a short time, however, tlio manuscript, was sold to Mr. Childs for £250.—London Truth. George's Timely Interruption. "No, George," faltered the maiden, fear it cannot^,be. I admire you as a gentleman, I respect you as a friend, but": "Laura," he exclaimed, "before you pass sentence hear me out. A recent Jucky stroke in business has enabled me to buy a beautiful homo on Prairie ave nue, which shall be in your name. I will insure my life for $25,000, and" "George," calmly interposed the lovely girl, "you interrupted! me. I was about to .say that the sentiments of respiect and esteem I feel for you, though so strong, are feeble in comparison with "the deep lovo which—which I—which I have long ,—don't, George, dear!" For George had interrupted her again. —Chicago Tribune. 'n\- Supposed A Case. A small boy entered a Fourteenth ave nue grocery the other day, and asked the proprietor to trust liim to two cents' worth of candy. "I don't know you," was the reply. "But I live just two blocks down." "But what mado you suppose I'd trust you?" :"1 supposed so because you've got two barrels of kerosene out doors and could have bored gimlet holes in both of them Jast night without anybody knowing it." The grocer corny romised by trusting the boy to a cent's n-ortli of candy and rolling tho barrels ir,i his shed.—Detroit Free Press. j: 1 =3? Tlie Paris Executlonor. There has been considerable talk about Deibler's want of dexterity in dispatch ing Prado. After every execution we hear the same thing, for Deibter is a little, hesitating man, with anything but an iniprc8s1vb way of doing business. His appointment as executioner caused many heartburnings, for when Hetn drichs died, there-were 800 applications for'tho post. Dcibl^r has married_the daughter of Roch, the previous "Mon sieur de Paris.*' He had also served as assistant to Heindrichs, and had made several Important improvements in the uiechainsru of the guillotine. Consider ing his familiarity with blood, ho is a very nervous man, and he lias never for gotten Tropman's_biting off Hoindrichs' fingers during tlie'operation of adjusting the iunotte. Tlie fact .is that it is very difficult in tiHing tho bascule to so work it that the neck of tlus condemned man Calls exactly into tho hollow of the lunette so that tire blade should strike in the right plade but Deiblec was only a quarter of a' minute in fixing Prado, though, no doubt, itfeoemed much longer to tho waiting crowd, and. to Prado.— Paris Cor. Pittsburg Chronicle." 'pgr 'jpsoflP' OLD ANI) cnuiucs COINS. PIECES OF SCARCE KINDS OF MONEY AND THEIR FANCY PRICES. Tlie Goddess of Liberty I" Different 7osl tlona—-Coins from American Miuta That Are More Prised Titan Those That Were Current In the Days of the Cresars. A craze which of late years has greatly developed and at this time shows no sign of falling off, is that of collecting rare coins. Chicago leads all western cities in tho number of its numismatists and boasts some fino collections. It might be supposed that tho demand would be principally for coins of groat antiquity, but this is not tho caso. The chief inquiry is for sets of American coins, and some numbers are so rare as to readily command fancy prices. In certain years some descriptions of coins wero not minted at ail, whilo in other cases, few copies were issued. Other coins aro valued because of some error or eccentricity in the die in fact, any variation from tho ordinary types, if in good condition, will bring more than its face'value. ODD SIZES AND DATES. Of the silver dollars, nearly all the earlier issues are in demand at a slight premium, and that of 1704, in which tho goddess of liberty is depicted with flow ing hair, is worth $20. As for tho dollar of 1804, of which few are known, any •opy In good condition will bring §200. The flying eagle of 1888 and J839, and the coins of 1851,1852 and 1858, with the liberty loving lady seated, are worth at least $15 each. The one time despised trade dollars, issued 1879 to 1883 in clusive, are at a premium of 10 cents each. .Of half dollars, thbse of 1790 and 1797, with fifteen or sixteen stars, bring $15 each. Others of valuo are dated 1794, 1801 and 1802, and there are many more, such as 1886 with a liberty cap, 1838 with an "O" mark under the head, and a coin of 1853 with liberty seated, which are worth from $3 to $5 each. The scarce quarters are those of 1823 and 1827, with the head to the left, each valued at $15,- while the 1798 fillet head is to bo had for $2 and that of 1804 for $1. Twenty cent silver pieces of 1876 bring 80 cents those of the succeeding year are cheap at $1.50. The dimes of the grandfathers are mostly worth from live to twenty times their face value, while half dimes in silver bring from 50 cents to $2 each, and a special brand of the vintage of 1802 will command $25. Silver three cent pieces run from 20 to 50 cents nickel fives 15 to 80 cents each, and nickel threes 15 to 25. CpPPER LEADS GOLD. There is a great demand for old copper cents, the first ambition of every col lector being to start even with the pro cession in 1793 or so and bring it down to date with a coin for each year. It will cost him from $1 to $3 for the vari ous kinds issued in 1798, $8 for 1799, and $2.50 for 1804. With tho exception of a cent of 1869 with tho head to the left the rest are reasonable in price. Half cents are in demand, and readily comnysnd from §4'i,cr$G for those of certain years between 1881 and 1849. But in these it must not be understood that those of all years are equally in request. Those is sued 1840-48 inclusive, with the head to the left, average about $5 each. Wash ington medals, old fashioned cents, and the copper issues of New York, Verinont, Massachusetts and New -Jersey bring, provided they have the hefcessary ear marks, sums ranging from $1 to #10. There is not much call for gold coins, but trial pieces are valuable, and good proofs of double eagles of some years, as 1853 and 1856, bring a small premium. Scarce half eagles aro those of 1815 and 1822, and worth full $20 each. On other dates from 1795 to 1884 some 20 to 80 per cent, premium is paid. Three dollar gold pieces of 1875 and 1876, with the figure, of an Indian princess, bring-$6 and $5, respectively! Quarter eagles of early dates run from $8 up to $9, and there are many gold dollars for which a slight advance on their face valuo must be paid. Intending collectors need not distress themselves in' looking for dollars of the years 1805-85, inclusive, for Uncle Sam was cither- short .of metal or otherwise busy those thirty years and none wfero coined. There, were no cents rushed on the market in 1815, and no eagles from 1805 to 1887, inclusive. The Confederate States made a'die for a silver dollar and struck off a few, btit ran out of silver. An authentic coin of that issue would bring $1,000. As a contrast to this it may be noted that you can get a penny of tho Caesars for 50/cents.—Chicago Tribune.' A Shrewd Dog. Of a sedate but cunning dog out in California this story .is told: On one occasion a rabbit was started, and all the -dogs with the exception of Bonus dashed off in full pursuit. We were astonished to observe that he, foregoing the intense excitement of the chale, de liberately. trotted by a short cut'to a hollow oak trunk, and crouching at its base calmly awaited tho coming of the fleeing rabbit. And he was not disap pointed, for -the pursuing dogs pressed the rabbit so hard that after making a long detour, it approached the place of refuge. As it was about, entering the hollow trunk, Bonus sprang up and cap tured- it. Now, this old dog was used to hunting rabbits in that field, and knew that' the rodent were in .tho habit of flying for safety to that hollow tree. Moreover, this story is' true'.—Philadel phia "times. Done and Undone. A Dickinson college student, in a spirit of braggadocio, made a bet of 85 with another young man that he could put two regulatkm billiard balls in liis mouth at one time. He accomplished the feat, and ti' now a sadder but wiser person. The balls stuck in liis mouth, and all efforts to dislodge the same proved futile, until finally an M. D. was called in, who, in order to get them out, wasicompelled to cut.a slit in his mouth on f-ach side. The. other fellow paid the bet.—lianlsburgTelegraph. 'J Puss Is All Bight* The cat has ever been regarded as a mysterious creature and lias of a conse quence boen shunned, as amateur swim mers avoid deep holes, by the youth of bur land in their literary efforts. The dog and the horse are notoriously what are termed "old stand bys" as subjects for composition, but it Is noteworthy that the cat, though even more familiar to all than either of the aforementioned ani mals, Is neglected in aQ Friday afternoon literature. The kitten iq much beloved by reason of its frivolous and gay nature. Its propensity to amuse itself with any 1 light object or. in default of other mov I?"' JJ.'-'/ V,' I ables, its own fleeting tall endears It to all young persons, but there is an un natural gravity and air of absorption in deep philosophical matters about the •nature cat which is forbidding, not to say awe inspiring. It may be that its un canny nature has caused it to bo associ ated with witches. Certainly its habit of being out at all hours of the night gives. color to the suspicion that it is a baleful beast. A cat acts as if it knew that the disclosure of-its secrets would result in death to all its kind at (he hands of an enraged humanity. Now there is some thing frank and open hearteJ about a dog. lie may bite an enemy, but a cat will scratch ifs dearest friend. A dog cannot keep a secret. A cat never tells one.—Chicago Mail. The Burdens or Womanhood, Thousands of nornen are silently suffer ing untold misery, simply because they shrink from consulting a physician in those numerous oomplainls arising from functional irregularities and disorders. MaBy a medest girl and woman prefers to bear l*er heavy burden in silenoe ratber than to ge to the family physioian for advioe. All sufferers from this class of disorders can, however. Sod orompt and sure relief in Dr. Pieroe's Favorite Prescription. It is a epeoifio in such oases, and has brightened the lives of countless women by restoring them to perfeot bealtb. Kate Forsythe iB to support Nat Qood. win during the engagement of the I orimeon orowned oome.lian at the Fifth Avenne, New York, in' The Gold Mine." William's Australian Herb Pills. 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Territory of Dakota, Seoond Judicial Dis trict RS. In the Dlstriot Court in and for the Oounty of Yankton. J. B. Brooc, Plaintiff,vs. Henry Fahernwald, defendant. The Territory of Dakota Sends Oreeting to Henry Fahernwald,defendant. VOD are hereby summoned and required to annwer the complaint of J. Is. Bruce, plaintiff whfoh was filed »P the office of the clerk of the dintriot court within and for said Yankton oounty, at Yankton, Dakota on the 7th day of December, 1888. and serve a cop of your answr upon the subscribers offioe, in tho city at their of Yankton* D. T.. within thirty days, after the service of tbin summons, exclusive of the day of service, or*the plaintiff will take judgment again'T you for twenty dol lars,and eight oents, with interest Ohio. at seven P** cent per annum from Nov. lit 1888, besides costs. Dated at Yankton, Dakota, this 6th day of November D.» 1888. FRENCH & SMITH. Plaintiff's Attorneys. 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