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Wednesday, August 29, 1883.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
FOR OOVkKNOR,
LUCIUS F. HUBBARD,
Of Goodhue Count}.
For Lieuttn tut Govei noi,
CHARLES A. GILMANf
Of Stearns County
Tor Secretary of State
FRED VON BAUMBACH,
Of Douglas County.
For State Trca&Hicr,
CHARLES KITTLESON,
Of Kreeboin Count).
Foi Attorney Genet it1,
W. J. HAHN,
Of \Y abulia County
Vol Ruliond CoiitmisMonci,
JAMES II. BAKER,
Of Blue
The main linKirtofCounte th Northern
Pacific railroad is 1623 miles, and
with its branches it has 2325 miles.
Rev. W Satterlee has takeo in ad
vocacy of the State temperance
ticket. A collection is invariably
taken up .among the audience at the
conclusion of. the address.
The Le Sueur Wews has chagned
hand*. Sanforcl & McLeod are now
a the helm and the paper has been
enlarged and otherwise improved.
Sitting Bull insulted the Senate
Committee last Tnursday at Fort
Yates and Senator Logan gave him
a seveie lectin for his conduct and
threatened him with a tiip to the
guard house. Th noble red man is
uot such a "good" Indian after
all
The city of Anjer, Java, was en
tirely destroyed on the 26th ult.
tidal waie and volcanic eruptious
Batavia, the capital city of Java,
suffcied gieat loss. 40,000 people
peiUhed, more than half being
Chinamen. Th eruption spread to
the Gunung Gunter, the ciater of
which is the laigest in the woild,
being nearly for miles indiameter,
and the Gunung Tengger, which
has not had an eruption since the
year 1800. The scene is descnbed
as terrible in the extreme.
The National Yellowstone Park
embraces in its limits 3,575 square
milesmore territory than Rhode
Island and Delaware combined. It
fifty five miles wide and sixty-five
miles long. It lies mainly the
northwestern corner of Wyoming
Territory, but includes a thin strip
of Idaho on the west and Montana
on the wes.t and north. Th body
of t is between 110 and 111 west
longitude, and 14 and north lati
tude. Th forest e'evation in the
paik is 6,000 feet above sea level,
and its highest (mountain peak)
from 10,000 to 12,000 feet. I is,
therefore, an immense table-land,
with a surface broken into moun
tain ranges, valleys, etc.
A Comyany has been toimed in
New York, it is stated, with a cap
ital of $4,250,000, for constructing
a pneumatic tube between that city
and Chicago for the purpose of
transmitting letters, grain samples,
jewelery, and other small, lighgt
packages. Way stations De est.i
blished at Cleveland, Buffalo, and
other points. Th pipes wi'l be of
iron, for inches in circumferenc3,
and the co- of laying them is esti
mated at $4,000 per mile. Th
prize for carriage will be five cents
for letters and ten cents for parcels,
and the boxes holding the goods
will make the trip between the two
points, it is believed in four hour*.
N. Y. Herold.
A writer in the New Yoik Tri
butie, describing the new methods
of farming in Minnesota, says
"With one of those cord binders a
farmer can draw on his kid gloves
in harvest time, polish his boots,
adjuct his lawn cravat, and seating
himself after breakfast in a luxuri
ous spring seat, take pleasant ride
over his field, and jog home to ship
per complacently reflecting that he
leaves behind him some 10 acres of
cleatly cut and neatly bound grain,
all of it the work of his individual
self and without a mark a prespira
tion upon his immaculate shirt
bosom." N wonder Jihere is such
a rush of eastern parties to our fer
tile piaines eveiy spring.
The Villaid paity, consisting of
over 500 people, starded on their
vvestvvaid journey from Lake Mm
netonka jsterdav moinmg. Th
party is con mod on four sepeiate
trains ten cais each, and every
thing possible has been piovided
for the enteitainmentof the gupsts.
To avoid accident watchmen will be
stationed along the loute to keep
the trams thirty milts minutes
apart. The golden spike will be
driven next Saturday, at the eastern
and western divisions An electnc
wire will be fastenel to the spike
aud at each stroke of the hammer
cannons will be fired in St. Paul
and Porland by electricity, thus af
fording the people of those t\
cities and vicinity to hear the pro
gress of the great event. After
this ceremony is performed the
Northern Pacific is formrlly pro
noun red open for traffic across the
continent. The Villard puity will
then proceed on a tour of obseiva
ti to the western terminus of the
road.
Later details from the \o!canic
eruptions increase the hoirois ol
the situation, and show the diseas
ter to have been more widespread
than at first reporte 1. A enoi
mous tiact of land, enibj.iu.j"-
teiritoiy of fifty miles square, lias
entirely disappeared. In this tract
were located sevoral towns? and it
is thoaght the loss of life there will
aggregate 25,000. Stver.il snnili
islands off the coast of Java have
been entirely submerged, and the
inhabitants nearly all perished All
the light houses on the Ba of Sun
da have disappeared, and where the
mounaint Krurnatin formerly
stood, the sea now flows. New is
lands have risen and thecoast line is
altered. Th entire lo^s of life by
this terrible calamity, it is estimat
ed, will exceed 75,000.
On the 10th of November, 1483,
Dr. Martin Luther was born. Th
piesent yer is on that amount re
garded as a jubilee, and this 400th
anniversary of Luther's birth has
created quite a stir and interest
within theLutheran church,and in
deed in the whole Protestant world.
In Germany many statues in mem-Willo"
oi of Luther will be erected. A
cutical jubilee edition of Dr. Luth
er's writings, consisting of thirty
large volumes will be published,
and the Emperor William has in
sured the work against failure. Th
10th of November next will be cel
abrated with much splendor. Th
same order of things is going on in
eveiy Lutheran country. I this
country almost equal enthusiasm is
felt. A Luthern statue is to be
erected at Washington, imported
from Germanya copy of the fa
mous world-renowedstatue at and
funds are being raised for missiona
ry, educational and beneficent pur
poses, and festivals and celebrations
are held. Other Protestant denom
inations often joining the chorus.
Cyclone Notes.
Most of the wearing apparel from
the wrecked houses at Rochester,
war carried clear out of the couuty,
and scaicely even a rag of it has
been found. In one case a blanket
from one house, a daguerreotpe from
a third, at least a quaiter of a mile
away, were found tangled together
in a closely wrapped mass in a dis
tant field.
Many laughable stories are told at
the expense of some of Rochester's
citizens. One, a haincss maker by
trade, has always had a strong de
sire to see a veritable cyclone.
When his family retired to the cel
lar he grasped a tree in his front
vard and hung on at first with
pleased cuuosity, which soon
changed to grim desperation.
was swung round and round and
thrashed about, until, when the
wind Lad passed, he was thoroughly
exhausted, and declared himself
thoroughly satisfied for a lifetime.
Ilad he lived in the centie of the
cyclone track, his curiosity would
inevitably have coat him his life. A
lusty German lad in lower town
scouted the idea that the wind could
move him, but after, as he expressed
it the wind had played foot-ball
with him for a few minutes he
changed his mind and was for a few
days an inmate of the hospital
bruised from head to foot.
Portions of clothing and valuable
papers belonging to Rochester par
ties were found in the track of the
cyclone in Wisconsin, over seventy
miles from Rochester.
Many of those who had their res
idences swept off by the cyclone in
Rochester, were unable to tell
where their feouses stood and their
premises were located.
Men who saw the Cole flour mill
struck by the cjclone w.tve said
that when it left the building it re
sembled a cloud of fine gunpowder.
Most of the men in the Roches
ter hospital seemed to be most se
verely injured in the spine and suf
fered excruciating tortures there
from.
Rochester people talk of organiz
ing a building and loan association
as a means of rebuilding the dis
trict destroyed by the cyclone. A
excellent idea.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
WASHINGTON, Sept 1, 1883.
"Pernicious swamp fever"
what with those who were repoited
to have died in Pensacol i with yel
low fever. "Swamp fever'' is pret
ty good. It is called up this way
however,*'malaria," superinduced
quite often by being too intim it*
with Mayor Bourbon and Colonel
Rye.
It has been estimated that the
Washington Monument will be
completed ere the close of 1886, if
there be no delay in the woi and
the contractors keep up the prcseut
supply of stone, and tha appropria
tions are not permitted to run out.
It will be 420 feet heigh befoie win
ter stops the work this fall, say the
men at work upon it, and about 500
feet at the close of next yeai. Bu
there are many possibilities in the
way before it reaches 520 feet.
is
The publication of the pension
list, as provided by the Senate last
winter, will not really help matters
The manner of publication is s.ll
wrong. Th way to publish the list
is in the newspapers of the coun
ty wherein the pensioncts live.
This done once a 3ear will be all
that is required to be done in the
way of making known to then
neighbors just who the pensioneis
of any locality are.
The reports which aie being le
ceived by the Commissioner of^ In
ternal Revenue from all over the
Southern States show a good con
dition of affairs as regards the com
pliance with the ltiteinal levenu
laws. There has been no serious
violation of the law govering the
distillation of whiskey, except in
one state. North Carolina contin
ues to furnish a number of people
who will manufacture the "old red
rye without due'iegaid to law.
With this exception Commissioner
Evans is satisfied that the y of
the moonshiner are numbered!
Following the precedent, esta
blished by the Hostetler Bitteis'
party, manufacturers of other me
iciaal compounds, into the com
position of which alchohol enters,
are beginning to apply for thesune
privilege that is vouchsafed the
Hostetteis Bitters Company. A
least ten appliu^tjpns of this ch r
aeter have already-* been received.
Whether they shall be exempted
from taxation aj^Ichohohc prepar
ations, will depend altogether upo.i
1 he result of the anal} sis which
successive applicants for immunity
from taxation will rejehc at the
Government's hands. $*u
HOWARD.
^n?
GOTHAM GOSSIP.
THE DEMOCRATIC HUNT AFTER TH E
WILL O' THE WISP HARMO NY A
SARATOGA.FIGHTS OF THE FAC-
TIONS.THE CHANGES OF THE
DEMOCRATS I N OH IO GROWING
LES S. A MOVEMENT I N FAVOR
OF EX-GOVERNOR GASTEN I N MAS-
SACHUSETTS.
NEW YOR K, Sept 1. 1883.
The Democrats ha\ been hard
at work in Saratoga seeking that
the Whip harmou\, but so
eager aie they to captutc that to
them so evanescent creature that
the "love feast/' as the convention
was promised to be. tame veiy near
ending in broken bones tnd abnor
mally enlarged heads. Before the
delegates met, it looked very much
as if Kelly was le.iliy mon uch of all
he surveyed. A the Spnnsis how
ever a very respectable opposition
his developed itself and whatever
the result of the deliixr itions there
will be no end of "kicking" in that
the breadh between Gove nor Cleve
land and Tammany II ill, which at
present does exist, will be widened.
Whatever chance the Democrats
may have had in Ohio, they have
frittered it away by internal dis
sensions. It is now six weeks be
fore the election, and they have
succeeded in entangling themselves
to such an extent that all their time
time and energy will be requited to
unravel themselves. I am "afraid"
said he, "that it will be Foraker
first, andHoadley nowhere. Hoad
ley was very foolish to arouse the
enmity of such a man as Walsh Mc
Lean at a critical peii A it is
it strikes me that the Judge has
very effectively cooked his own
goose.
There is a mo\eineut in certain
influential cucle? in Alassacliusetts
to centre on Ex-Goveinor s'en
for the Governorship, in opposition
to Bulter, Lut has scar ely ss im
ed shape enough to warrant much
attention. Th tact is that outside
of being determined to put an end
to Butler's autocracy it an} cost,
the Republicans ha\e no fixed plan.
The proper man will be leady when
the proper time conies^ All that is
necessary now is that the field be
properly tilled.
MINNESOTA NEWS.
A Farmer living near Madeha has
threshed ten acres of oats and obIlr
tained an average of something o\e i
105 bushels to the acre.
Thos. Brennan, ex-Secretaiy ot
the land league of Ireland, will arrive
in St. Paul on the l^th of September
and is billed to deh\ er twelve lec
tin es in this State.
E. Sayer of Fainbault rode to
Le Sueur last week on a bicycle v,a
Waterville and Sueur Center.
The Le Sueur papera say that he
made the 58 miles in hiss than fi\e
houi s.
A young daughter of Arnold Nag
el,of RichPrairie,Morr i&on county,got
a stone in her ear a couple of weeks
ago. All efforts to remove it have
tailed and the girl is giadually sii'k
ing, all hope other recovery havrng
been abandoned.
A male child, about two weeks old,
richly dressed, was found nrcely
packed away in a large valise, and
placed upon the top of a threshing
machine, near a public road about
a mile and a half irom Grlyndoi. The
parents of the waif are unknown.
Ken/ie was considerably hurt but
$10,000 is a big planter.Tribune,
Suuday at the house of Charles
Shreave. ten miles from Sueur
Paul Beau was killed by his gun
falling from the side of the room
where it stood and discharging itself
into his adbomen. The charge made
a hole as big as a silv er dollar, out
of which his bowels protrnded.
died in three hours.
C. E Wilcox of Nonhfield, who
suffered sunstioke while captain of a
company in a colored regiment in
1805, and during the period or gh
teen years that has elapsed since, has
been able to do very little work, and
most of the time has been a great suf
ferer from that might, be called
chronic spinal meningitis, claims to
ha\ been restored to heaith by the
faith or prayer cure.
The seed corn shipped into this
State last Spring fiom Nebraska was
a bad thing for the tarmeis. The
Rochestei Post says. '.'The Nebraska
corn in this section is likely to prove
a failure this season it thinks its mis
sion is to see how high it can giow
Last Sunday we saw corn stalks long
enough for a coon to climb withont
a sign of an ear on them, and as the
season is late it will be as much as
ever if native corn ripens, and the
Nebraska corn is sevei al weeks later
and cannot possibly*ripcn.
Humo in the Stomach.
Much of the distress and sickness
attributed to dyspepsia* chronic
diarrhcei and othei causes is oc
casioned by humor in the stomach
S vera' cases, with all the char
ncferistics of these complaints, have
been cured bv Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Other cures effected by this medi
cine are so vvouderful that the sim
plest statement of them affords the
best proof that it combines rare
curative agents and when once used
secures the confidence of the peo
ple,
ULBS
MILLIONS
OFTHEM
For FLORISTS and
AMATEURS.
Dutch Bulbs, Japan
Bulba, French Bulbs,
American Bulbs. Also
PUnteforGreenbooMS *nd Window Gardens.
HIRAMSIBIET&CO.
SBDSBOOI,
fUTT'Sl
PILLS
TORWDBSKELS^^
DISORDERED LIVE R,
and MALARIA.
From these sources arise three-fourths of*
the diseases of the human race. These
symptomsIndicatethelrezistence:Kops of
Appetite, Bowels cfbstlvev Sick Bead*
acne, fullness after eattav, aversion to
exertion of body Eructation
Irritabilitrymind, of temper, Iio
a neL'ag of'1 _"'
some duty, IMzxlness,Xlutterlnar at the
of food
spirits, A feeL' i narlna neglected
HearttDots before tbe eyestJUgbJy col*
ored vrlne, CONSTIPATION, and de
mandthe use of a remedythat acts directly
ontbe Liver. AsaLivermedicineTlJTT'Sa
PUIS have no equal. Their actionon the
KidneysandSkinis alsoprompt removing
all impurities through these three "scav
engers of the system," producing appe*
tite,sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skinandavigorousbody. TCIT'S PITAS
cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and area perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Soldeverywhere.aSc. Office,44 Murray8t.,N.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GRAY HAIR OR WHISKERS changed in*
stantly to a GLOSST BLACK by a single ap
plication of this DTB. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of $1.
Office, 44 Murray Street,New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
Songs Uever Sung!
iw dies tint \erse run? bometliing like thib
isn't it?
-"There aie vho toiif the mime btnrg
An'l noisy fame is piond to win them
Alas for those who never sing,
Hut die with all their milium Ihem
"Ye th it's beautiful, pathetic, and true," taid
jour representative. Tac pott alludes to people
who aie somewhat suppressed ind ntvci (jet their
full allowance of joy and mr Which letmnds me
of a letter shown me the othei ^ay by IIiscox J&
Co ,of New York, signed bj Mr E C. Williams
of hapman, Snyder Co Pa a piomincnt bust
nest* in'in of that place He sa)-.
"I hive en ft red with asthma for over forty
years ind had a terrible attack December and
urn y, 1882 I hard)) know whit prompted me
to take PAKKI R'S TUKIC I did so md the first
day I took lour doses The effect astonished me
Chat night I slept ns if nothing the matter
with me and have c\ti since 1 ha\e hid colds,
since but no as'hma Aly breathing is now as per
fect as if I had revei known the difeac
DEA.LFR I N
ST0VES1TNIWARE
Minn. St., opposite Postofiicc
NEWULM MINK.
H.H. Beussmonn,
Deal or in
Shelf Heavy Hardware, Iran, Steel,
C(tvpentersftinti
KEW ULM REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, I883,
I yn
IOW of anj one who hn asthma tell him 'n my
name th it PAmctit's Toxic will cure ite\en al
tei foity \cais fheicwasa man who escaped
the fate ihe poet lament1-
This prepuritiin, which heretofoie been
known at PARKER S GINOJ-R 1OMC,I1I leieiftci
be adveitised and sold under the name ol PAR-
KKRSTOMC Inasmuch uginecr is an unnn
poitant ingredient ind iinpiineiplel desdtrs aie
tomtinlly deceiving their cnstomeis by substi
tuting interior pieparatious undei tin name of
gmgei, we drop the misleading woid
heie lb no ch ing^,) owevei, in the pifp nation
itself and .ill boHlcs ltmaining in the hands of
dciier--, wrapped nntiei then ime of PARKER'S
GiNGii: IOMC cont mis the genuine medicine if the
fac imik stguidncof HISCOK & is at the
bottom of the outide wiupier Sept 12,83
H^RMISS SHOP.
itS. UeiijSgni*nn, 1o$'t
Coinei Minn. & 1st Xoith strs.
M:W ULU. UI.XX.
Thia buMiu-ss Is e&l tblishcd and conducted bj
II Beiissniinn is heietoloic in the ie\i endof
Beus inns udw ne stoie. It -h ill ilwiijs be
1113 11111 to onstantly keep 011 hind a well asoi ted
pojk of Hui)cs-(s
Siddlesd
Wh ps,
,t1c whuli well le ho' aColiai,m botto puce
pirparn and custom woik promptly attended.
jncte
H/EBERLE
C8A$ X.* ROOS,
(Successor to Jos. Bobletei)
D3AI.EK IN
DRUGS and
MEDICINES,
GLASS, PUTTY, OILS AND
PAINTS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW CURTAINS
AND GOLD PENS,
Baskets, *fZ3
Bird Capes,
Stationery,
School Books,
Blank Book's,
Base Bails
Fish iny Tackle,
Musical Goo'ls,
Voy^, j\'otior{js',
FANCY GOODS'
Wines and Liquors
CONSTANTLY KEPT 0 II \XD.
Goods Jiml pi ices wan anted to give
entiic satisfaction.
Main St., E W UlM, W
DIAMOND
CATARRH
REMEDY,
A Posltlw Cure for Catarrh of oil
kinds. It Is InatantaiieouM in LflVct
ana Permanent la Iteault. Curts nt cny
stag* of the disease, lias cured cases so terrible
that bones caue from the nose
Dr. Evorj Diamond Catarrh Rem
edy Is mildand pleasant, atlording immeJlate
Relief and promptaure in all casesot Catarrh,
Influenza* Ha Fever, Bronchitis.
It will remove Polypus and effectually cure
Watery and Puralent Discharges fiom the Ilead
and Throat, and Foetid, Sickening Breath per
fectly restore impaired Smell, Taste and Hearing
relieve Headache, Break up Colds in the Head
Strengthen the Yoice and Ey a Purify, Keguiato
and Render Clear and Active every Organ of the
Head and Throat Price, CO cents.
DIAMOND
INVIG-ORAlTOR
Dr. Evory's Diamond Invlfforator Is
a Perfect Blood Purifier, Appetizer and
Nerve Tonic. It makes a delightful, whole
some drink, which Invigorates, Purifies
and Strengthens the entire system.
For General Debility, Dyspepsia, Biliousness.
Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Neuralgic and Rheu
matic Affections, Jaundice, Malaria, Flatulency,
Kansea, Sick Headache and 'Kidney Complaints,
it is invaluable. Price, so cents.
Ask your Druggist for these Remed
ies and take no others or 'will be sent
Free on receipt of price* _:
Descriptive Pamphlets Free. j|
Addres- Dr. Evory'g Diamond^Remedies Co.
r. O. B9X 9300, 104 John Street,New York,
NUYES BROS.^CQTTLER
WHOLESALE
Druggists,
ST. PAUL, MINN
THE BEST
Shop
Fanning Tools,
FARMING MACHINERY, &c.
Cor Minn. & 1st SUs.,
Northiield has voted to issue bonds
in the sum of pl0,00 to pay Mr. Mc
Ken/ie for falling thiough the side
walk and hurting himslt. W hope
no one will charge St. Pet*r that
much for taking a tumble. Mr.
Mc-Drugstore
NEW ULM. MINN
OF ALL I
LINIMENTS
FOB MA1 AND BEAST.
For more than a third of a century the
MexIcniiMuslaiitf Jiiiimeithasbee
known to milljoiis'ull over tho world as
the only s^ne leliance for the relief of
accidents a.id p.im. It 13 a medicine
above pi ice ana pi i.isc- the best or Its
him l. For every ioi ot external pain
'he Mustang Liniment is without an equal
It pciietiutix ilcs.Ii. and muscle to
the eiy loneinakirg tho continu
ance of pi in nd inll.ui mation impos
sible. Its tfec's 11p i' In 'nan Flesh and
lholiiniO it 1I1'11 i.ro equally tvoudei
ful. Tho Mexican
Liniment is needed by somebody
SallsSores,
Int
every house. Ev ry day bung1*
news
he agouy of an awful scald, or burn
subdued, of rJieumntlo martyr* 10-
stoied, or a \alualilo Morse or ox
saved by tlio healing power of this
LINIMENT
which speedily cures Such ailments of
the HUMAN FLESH as
Rheumatism, Swellings, StlflT
Joints, Contracted Muscles, Burns
and Scalds, Cuts, Bruise* and
Sprains, Poisonous Bites and
Stings, StUTness, Lameness, Old
Sores, Ulcers, Frostbites, Chilblains,
Sore Nipples, Caked Breast, and
Indeed every form of external di s
ease. I heals without scars. A
For tho CREATION it cures
SprainsBKUTwE Sinuy, StbT Joints',
Founder, Harness Sores, Ho of Jls
eases, Fo ot Bot, Screw Wor m, Scab,
Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wiud
Spavin, Thrus h, Ringbon e,
Id Poll Evi l, Film up on
the Sight and eve iy other ailment
to which the occupants of the
Stable and Stock Yard are liable.
The Mexican Mustang iantnsnt
always ernes and never disappoints,
and it is, positively,
THE BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOB JWSt OS BEAST.
MATIBLE WORKS.
Ig. feli\veipiin,g(rf,
DEALER IN*
Monuments, Tombstones,
Mantels,
Foreign and
American Marbl.e
on State Street between fourth
and fifth streets.
N ew TJlm Minn
J. B. Arnold,
Dealer in
COOKING & HEATING STOVES
HARDWARE-
Tin-ware & Farming Implements
The shop is in charge of in experienced hind
who gives the mending .ind lepnuiiigof tm-vMte
his special attention. All nork a i milled
NEW ULM, MINN.
C. WAGNER,
DEALERIX ALL KIND5 OF
FURNITURE
PICTURE FRAMES, MOULD-
INGS, WINDOW SHADES
TRUNKS, SATCHELS,
NEEDLES AND
REPAIRS
FOTt ALL KINDS OF
SEWING MACHINES.
Agent for the celebrated light 1 tinning
HOUSEHOLD.
and new HIGH ABM
DAVIS
Sold oil Weekly or Monthly
Payments.
Old Machines taken in
Trade for New Ones.
GWAGNER-
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT
Send a rough sketch or (if you can) a model of your
invention to CIBOIieiS LEMON, Washing
ton, 1 and a Preliminary Examination
will be made of all United States patents of the
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Very often valuable inventions are saved in these
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experience, besides'reference can be given to ac
tual clients in almostrevery cbunty in the V. 8,
Vamphlet relating ttifPafenta free upon request,
CEO. E. LEMON.
615 15th St.,, WASHINGTON fT^
Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor of Anmrt*
can and Foreign fateat*
WASHINGTON,,
1
mm
$37.53 for One Dollar.
Music for the million. Vienna Eolian Organ
Sweetest and most delightful musie known. Pop.
tilar in Europe Any tune can he played on it
from Old Hundred to Yankee Doodle Even
those with no car while away delightful hoar
with this instrument Any one can play its
Children play it one evening. Costs bat one tenth
as much as the organette, Organma, Etc. audi,
far sweeter and needs only common mnsie- T.
introduce oar new mnicwe will send a samps
organ, with bound book, containing full words
and music of 96 new and popular songs, which in
sheet form sell for$37 35, prepiid to anv address
for only ona dollar. O. D. As a guarantee
that every one will rece.ve HI they pay for, we
will send one sample book and organ by express,
C. O.D.,$l two $160 three. $2.30, or more at
rate of 4 per dozen We cannot repay goods
sent O. Circnlars free. Address MONAD
1SOCK MUSIC CO. Lock bax 750. Hinsdale, N. Y.
Jiinil,
JULIUS D. LEVI
Successor to John. C. Zieske.
Mamifactttierof and Dealer in
HARNESSES,
SADDLES,
COLLARS,
BRIDLES,
ROBES. ""Tb.
WHIPS,
TRUNKS.
VALISES,
& c, &c, &c.
Repairing Done Promptly & Cheap.
Main St. Sleepy Eye,Mips
Rinke & Bertrand,
Dealeis 111
GROCERIES, READY
MADE CLOTHING, HAT
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES
LADIES9
AND
GENTS UNDERWARE,
NOTIONS, to., &c. &c.
Highest niaiket pi ice paid for
produce.
SLEEPY EYE MINN.
.1 c. smuxcr,
P1IOLSTERER,
Minj"r tiuro/lirst t!av pirlor fuinitnie as
Itrtipei ie, amb tcjuSitn, Etc.
A lkin Isof upholbt red furnitiiM 11c itl}tt.p ind
A LAIU.L bTOCK OFjl I'lIOLSl tllEl) GOODS AN1
J-LI!\irLUK AL\\A\S EFl'TON 1. ND
Ouleis u! piomptly .ittenrteil to.
453 Wacoutator, Eight St, S
a ck madont home by the industry
on llest business now fore the pub
lic. Capital not needed We will start
you Men, women, boys and girls
minted everywhtie to work for us
Now is the time You tn-i work in
spare time or give your whole time to the business
No other bn-iiies will pay jou nearlj a well No
one can fail to male enormous piy by engaging
atoncc. Cotly outfit and teims free Money
made fist and lianoniblj Address TPU*.
&, Co., Augusta Mc, Nov
Empire Mill Co,
ROLLER MiIL.
24 Rollers and 4- Burrs.
We take pleasuie in infotininp th*.
public that we are now leady for bus
iness. The best macluneiy and all tne
latest improvements in the mannfac
ture of flour enable us to compete with
the best mills in the country.
We are constantly buying
Wheat,
Bye,
Com,
Oats,
Buckwheat,
A the Highest Market Prices
W sell all kinds of
2LOVB,
SHORTS,'
BRAN, &c.,
AT LOW BATES.
S] ecial Attention given to
Custom "Worls..
An extra stone for giinding feed.
Steam Coicsheller.
Wood 1 iken for cash or in exchange
$fopiie]tfillCo
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at aight and broken oft jour
te-a by a suk ehild mfferirg and crying with the
exen emtin^ piin of catting teeth? If so go at
onee anil get i bottle of Mrs Window's Soothing
Syrup Itwillie\i\e the poor little suflere Sin
mematelj depend upon it: there is no mitt-pike
about it There is oot mother on Earth who hits
used it low ill not tell you that it will regulitc
the bowels, gi\e rest to the mother uml relief and
health to the child, oper ttmg like migic It is
peifeetly sife to usein all iscs, and l i to
the taste.and is the perscriptiou of one of the ol
dest ft mule physicians and nurtisin theTJuited
SUles Sold at 25 cents a bottle everywhere
DAKOTA HOUSE,
OPP, PO ST OFFICE- NEW ULM, MI NN
ADOLPH SEITER, Prop'r.
This house is he most centrally lo
cated house in the cit3 and
fords good Sample Rcoms.
$ug. tfclfell,
BBEWE8, ULSTER & BOTTLER
jf^W t/ijM, MiJf
This brewery is one of the largest, establishment?
or the kin I in ihe Minnesoti Valley and i lilted
up with all the modern improvemenU. Keg and
bottle beer furnished to any parr of the cit on
shorft notice. My bottle beer is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewers and others that buy malt Mill
and it to their interest to place their orders with
me. All orders by mail will receive ray promnl at
tention.
AUG. SCHELL.
DR KARL SCHULIN,
OCULIST .nd AURJST,
Cor. 7th & JacktDn Stt. ST. PAUL.
QmClLClIF: fen 9 U. t2
H- Behnke, Manager.
PAUL
John II NLUu^xe A. ?n"oii
The Lading hull*' Furms/nug House
of the Northwest
Ioi BAST TiiiHi) ST TALL
(old tand) Ha till* frimet
Men's Furnishers .,nd Shirt makers
eamamnmaneammmgaMaai
J. FEiiNEKtS & CO.
Manufar tunng
CONFECTIONERS
and dealeis in
NUTS, GREEN FRUITS,
etc. etc. etc.
351 & 3o3 E Water St., Milwaukee.
A
S.D.
uRochester"and
'jVlilbiuV, SLEEPY EYE
SPRINGFIELD
LAMBERTON TRACY AND TYLER.
AndearineomnlaUlv will hki
That in Buying
WSW COODST
A TIIE
Ne fa Chea Cas Store,
The undersigned wish to announce that their Large and New
Stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, YOUTHS CLOTHING
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY
BOOTS & SHOES, LIQUORS, ETC ETC
for the fall and winter trade is now being received, and we take
early opportunity to invite our friends and customers to give us a
and examine our goods.
We will Not be Undersold
{SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS O CASH PU
B. & B.
PETERSONP
AGENT FOR:
The Aultman & Taylor
Horse Powers 8 Steam Exigines
Massilion and Chicago
I S THRIS S E IR S
THE CELEBRATED
Walter A. W d's
TWINE BINDERS,
(COMBI1TED)
THE
4gtoughtoifTHE
Minneapolis "Appleby'9
and evenything else usually needed in the agricultuial line.
I invite f.umeis and those who need implements of any kind to call and
examine my goods befoie purchasing elsewheie. I can sell cheaper and givo
better terras th.in any firm west of .M.mkato and guarantee satisfaction satis-
faction.A full line of itep.iiis foi tho above Machines always on hand.
A
Branch Offices.
j...k..-.i...
this
call
BEH1TKEI.SRESAHCR
hi\d Wit\oi\h. u^foi'd
Buggies and Platform Spring Wagons,
of every kind and dtscription
-TIIE
Hock Island, J. I, Case and Moline
SULKY PLOWS,
AN
The Old Reliable Holinsworth Sulky Hay Rakes,
S D. Peterson.
PARSONm'flLLS
For FimairComplMBU th7Pin J ErES'.TOk_ to soBafhealth, if inch^ a thing- iLs pontbfo.^B^
KIESLING, KELLER &CO.,
DLALER IN
DEY GOODS, GROCERIES. BOOTS &
Hats & Caps, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods.
ALLTHE WORLDKNOWS
BOOTS &
than in any other class of Goods
The Besl isthe Cheapest
It is gratifying for us to be able to announce to our patrons and public
generally, that, wi)ile it has alw,i)s been our study and pride
toGTVE MORE and BETTER GOODS FOR LESS
MONEY th.iij any other house in this line
Husuie^, and lav
SHOES
^\H year eclips-
ed .ill former efforts, and aie
now prepared tooflcr
FIRST-CLASS.
WELL MADE-
STYLISH
& DURABLE
SOOTS $ oe
AT LO WER,FRIO-ias
Than ,ne asked In inferior houses for cheap and ill-made foowea
W have acomplele assortment i every department, and are no
afiaid to show-oods and compare price with anbody Don'l wait for
another invitation but takf the first opportunity and
IwlHlVb llkllv A I ^iV"uh-
uTl^ooTTOeV^^^^^^^^
ti
more
HLOHEYDE
uM7'^t'^7iduVc^i^iio..
UnSlmififtitf^HLSP "tf Cheat,*...
Puwden a
(01 pint food Suld everywhere^ or lintrbTJ-Tt^Vi^^^^'L
Dotl tawooufui
00
0
1 teaspooiitui
BOSTOX.MAS*

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