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THOMAS A WILSON, EDITOR.
Springfield, Minn., April 20,1886.
Justice of the Peace,
Collection and Insurance Agent,
Money to Loan
on real estate security. Collections
promptly attended to
People are gardening.
School opened Monday.
Business "livening up."
Our barber is kept lathering.
Farmers are through seeding.
Andy Hall has nearly recovered
fr om his late injur y.
Nursery men are on hand vending
Seyeral car loads of Kasota stone
belonging to the Mill Co. were side
tracked at this station Saturday.
The Springfield Kestaurant is the
place to procure a good meal, at any
aour of the day.
A full line of breakers, stubble and
sulky plows for sale by Messrs. Brophy
J. Ray has been suffering with
a severe attackj of rheumatism during
the past two weeks, confining him to
iris room the greater part of the time.
Mr. Eaton of Minneapolis was
in town Thursday,representing Adams,
Notwithstanding the bad weather
on Tuesday and Wednesday of la st
week quite a large number of people
gathered to listen to the Temperence
lecturer delivered by Mis. A T. An-
derson of Minneapolis,
The new creamery buildi ng is now
nearly completed. Mr Murfin informs
us that it will be ready for operation
about May 1st
Henry Lau, son of Mr. John Lau,
of this place met with a serious acci-
dent whi le out hunting on Wednesday
oflast week. When near the co al
Mine Creek he hurriedly made an at
tempt to pull the fish spear out of the
wagon, and in so doing discharged his
shot gun which was laying in the wa-
gon, The contents of the gun passed
through the back his hand, making
an ugly looking wound, fiom the ef-
fects of which he may never entirely
recover. Boys cannot be too earful in
handling loaded fire-arms.
The great sources of the extensive
curative range of Dr. Jones' Red Cle
ver Tonic are its great blood purifying
qualities and its gentle aperiti ve action"
thereby removing all restraint from
the secretive organs, curing piomptly
and thoroughly dyspepsia, costive
ness, bad breath, piles, pimples, low
spirits, sick and nervous headache,
ague, malaria, and all stomach, liver
and kidney troubles. The most deli
cate stomach accepts it with relish.
Price fifty cents, of druggists. 
Young women sometimes wi sh they
were men. There is only one way in
which they can become mengo to
college and become Freshmen. Ten
per cent, of Cornell's freshmen class
You are feeling depresse d, your a
petite is poor, you are bothered with
Headache, you are fidgetty, nervous,
and generally out of sorts, and want to
brace up. Brace up, but not with
stimulants, spring medicine s, or bitter s,
which have for tbeir basis very
cheap, bad whiskv, and which stim
ulate you foi an hour, and then leave
you in worse condition than before.
What you want is an alterative that
will purify your blood, start healthy
action of Liver and Kidne-v s, restore
your vitality, and give renewed health
and strength. Such a medicine you
will find in Electric Bitters, and only
5 0 cents a bottle at Roos's Druo
Adam Forepaugh is to have a pair
of snow-white lions with pink eyes in
his menagerie this coming season. Ar
tists are at work upon them
West'sWorld's Wonder ac ts lise magic
in all cases of rheumatism, neuraloia,
burns, bruises cuts aud^wouncls. A11
-'Wnich is right,^Edward, the wages
of sin is death,' or 'th wages of
are death P"'/'Neither Annabel. The
wages of sin is wealth," Philadelphia
"I'll attend to it soon." Don't cheat
yourself in that way.Your hair is grow
ing thinner, dryer and more lifeless
every day. Save it and restore its orio
nal color, softness and gloss by using
Parker's Hair Balsam whi le \ou may?
N o, George,the mills of the gods that
"grind" slowly are not the gin-mills,
for they "grind" exceedingly fast.
The standaid.West's Liver Pills. Aiwa)
reliable, never fail. Cure all liver and
stomach diseases. 30 Spills 25c. Al
The word "pulpit," like "ferry-boat"
and "outlaudish women," occurs
once in the Bible. I was Ezra that
was in the pulpit.C hica go Times.
Used Red Star Cough Cure effectu
ally. Dr. C. Fawcett,Union Protestant
Infirmary, Baltimore, Md. N depress
toS&.' 4 ,i^-MMfM4m^dJi^i
ftftftXl mrHumflftfar iiif 'rnr nitijlTr.riViTiii^ift'
Milford It em 8.
Delightful spring weather.
The farmers in this vicinity finished
seeding before the heavy and frequent
rains last week.
Our fields and medows already as
sume a green color.
We understand that the name of
our station, (Siding No. 1) has] been
changed to "Essig." ASjthe name of
the new postoffice is also Essig, it is
nothing but proper that the station
should bear the same name. There is
nothing sour about our station, ev en if
its new name says so.
Wheat market is dull nowadays
farmers are not willing to sell at pres-
ent prices Essig will have another salo on
soon. Ed. Johnson will be the propri-
etor. A blacksmithshop would be
more needed than too many of said in-
The grand opening of- Frees'
new saloon at Essis: will be celebrated
on Monday evening, Apr. 26th, 1886.
The Sleepy Eye band will furnish the
music for the occassion and the bo ys
anticipate a grand time.
Judge of a government by the men
it produces. Judge of a man by his
deeds, a tree by its fruits, a medicine
by its results. Time tried and true is
Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, which
contains the good qualities of all the
best cough remedies without the de
fects of any of them. A safe and
speedy remedy for coughs, colds and'
all throat and lung troubles. Sold by
druffiats in fifty cent and dollar bot
tlesf Healings to the lungs. Safe and
pleasant for children 
A compositor once got the punct
uation in the wrong place in the toast:
'Womenwithout her man would
be a savage." and made it read:
"Woman, without her man, would be
Mr. N Stone, our produce dealer, sa^s
he would not do without Athlophoros
for rheumatism for any money. Dr
Thomas Anderson prescribes it in
many cases. I have sold almost three
dozen bottles this spring and summer.
E Wells, Roscoe, Mo
I may be said of a theatre hat like
some other disagreeable things, that
there is likely to be a woman at the
bottom ot it" Burlington Free Press.
April showers bring forthMay flowers
also bring on rheumatism. Cure, West's
A woman, disguis ed as a man, was
recently arrested in New *York. They
knew it was a woman because she pas s
by a saloon without turning her
head, and stood ten minutes in front of
a milline ry store.Neio Haven News.
,Whooping-cough readily yields to
West's Cough Syrup, the never failing
cure for bronchitis, consumption, asth
ma, ^etc. All i uggists.
"Tnere aie plenty of openings "for
poets real geniu s, "says a writer.That
is true. This office, tor instance, has
four windows and two doors. Burling
ton Free Press.
Even Japan and China dealers keep in
stock and sell West's Liver Pills
"the world's best. "Liver complaint,dys
pepsia, indigestion and sick headache
readily jield to them. 30 pills 25c. Al
druggists the world over.
Sam Small compares church lotteries
to faro games. If he had ever paid
two dollars for one chance on a cloth
dog that had I on an exclusive diet
of cotton he would say it was more
like highway lobbery than faro.
For eight ears Col. D."j7Williamson,
Quarter-Master, S. A. and ex-U. S
Consul at Calla o, was cuppled with
rheumatism. got no leliet until he
used St. Jacabs Oil, hich cured him.
N remedy on earth equals it for
pain. Puce, fifty cents a bottle.
I is a strange tact that tlie strongest
minced women shrink from being caught
in their own night-cap. but they never
hesitate to declare their exalted opinion
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup that has
cured innumerable coughs and colds.
Important.All persons afflicted with
rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat,
pains in the back or limb s, sprains,
bruises, etc.. should be informed that
Salvation Oi is what they need. For
sale by all druggists Price twenty
ti\e cents a cottle.
Just receive d! Children's trimmed
hat s, at 47 cents each, at Kuetzing's.
Children's hats 25 cents each, at
NEW ULM MARKETS:Wheat, No. 1,
62, No. 2, 59 oat s, 25 corn, 30 bar
ley, 35 potatoes, 30 omons, SI,00 but
ter, 8 to 15 etrgs, 8 live hogs, per
lb 3 pork, per ft 4 Flour per cwt.
$2 25-2 75.
the popular favorite for dressing
Ithe haii, Restonng color when
gray, and preventing Dandruff.
[It cleanses the scalp, stops the
I hair falling, and is sm to please.
SOc. and SLOPat Druggists.
Tlie best Cough. Core you can use,
And the best preventive known for Consumption. It
cures bodily pains, and all disorders of tho Stomach,
Bowels, Lungs, Livei,Kidneys, Urinary Oigans and
all Temale Complaints. The feeble and sick, strug
gling against disease, and slowly diifting to*"aro.3
the grave, wlU In most cases recover their health by
the timely use of PARKER'S TONIC, but delay is dan
gerous. Take it in time. Sold by all Druggists in
large bottles at $1.00.
The safest, surest, Quickest and best cure for Corns,
Bunions,Warts, Moles, CaUouses,&c. Hinderstheir fur
thergrowth. Stopsallpaln Givesnotrouble. Makes the
feet comfortable. Hindereorns cures when everything
else fails. Sold by Druggists at I5c. JHiscox&Co., N. T.
Our readers are cautioned about buy
ing medicines which arc not endorsed
by some well known druggist. Chas.
Roos, Druggist has made at thorough
study of Blood diseases, and after a
careful investigation, and many practi
cal tests, positively asserts that Acker's
Blood Elixir will cure all blood disor
ders, ridding the system of its impuri
ties, and leaving it strong, vigorous
and healthy he warrants it. I is a
certain cure for all skin diseases. 1
During a serious run of whooping
cough at Stillwater, N Y. the phys i
cians found that Acker's English Rem
edy was a positive cure, and prescribed
it very freely. Chas. Roos, Drug
gist says that in all his experience he
never has known any medicine to equal
it. guarantees it to cure all Coughs
(especially chronic cases), Croup,
Asthma and Consumption. 2
I order that sufferers may know that
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will always
cure them, Ch. Roos, Druggist, em
phatically says that if the Tablets do
not relieve every case ofDyspepsia,Con
stipation, Sour Stomach,Sick Headache,
Heartburn, &c, &c, he do es not want
any pay. The physicians say they are
the finest combination that can be
found. Price 25 cents.
Niagara Falls is said to be receding
inch by inch, as time go es on. There
are so many American thievesl livi ng
in that vicinity that the Fals are
probably afraid of being stolen. New
West's Cougn Syrup is now the lead
ing remedy foi coughs, colds, sore throat
and bronchitis, asthma, whooping-cough
consumption. All druggists.
Every man likes to see his name in
print, but we have known prominent
citizens offer to pay five dollars to
keep their names out of the paper the
morning after a Fourth of July celebra
tion. Somerville Journal.
West's Pain King, a speedy cure for
colic, cramps, diarrhoea, dysentery and
all bowel difficulties. 25e,all druggists.
Torpid liver, the cause of untol suttering
and misery, restored to its normal con
dition by the use of West's Liver Pills.
Also cure costiveness, constipation
and dyspepsia. Al druggists.
A Texas woman is said to have given
birth to a boy whose bod}- was co m
pletely covered with scales resembling
those on fishes.
Atkins, Chiet of Police, Knox
ville, Tenn., writes: "My family and
I are beneficiaries of your most excel
lent medicine, Dr. Kings New Discov
ery for consumptionhavin found it to
be all that you claim for it," desire to
testify to its virtue. friends to
whom I have recommended it, praise
it at every opportunity." Dr King's
New Discovery for "Consumption is
guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every
affection of Throat, Chest and Lungs
Trial Bottles free at C. Roos' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00.
A TRIP TO COLFAX SPRINGS.
Colfax Springs, on the Chicago, Kock
Island and Pacific Railroad, is a popular
health resort to which many Western
people go to try the waters, which are
noted for their healing properties. They
are claimed to be beneficial for rheuma
tism and kindred troubles. Mr. Charles
Griffin, a butcher of Stuart, la. re
cently made a trial of them and, while
they appear to have done him some good,
he afterwards discovered a cure which
proved infinitely more efficacious.
gives this account:
attack was a very severe one, and
for three months I was compelled to close
my store, as I was not able to attend to
business at all. My joints were swollen
and there did not seem to be any part of
my body that did not ache. After suffer
ing in this way until the pain was almost
beyond endurance I went to Colfax
Springs to try the effects of the waters.
The day I left home I had to be carried
down stairs. After remaining at the
Springs a month I came back home feel
ing somewhat better. A few weeks later,
however, I had a relapse which prostrated
me the same as before. I was at that time
that I learned of Athlophoros. I sent for
a bottle of it, and in fifteen minutes after
I had taken the first dose I felt the effects
of it, and when I had finished my third
bottle I was well. I have not had any
rheumatism since and have attended to my
business every day, which is a thorough
test, as I am obliged to be out all kinds of
weather and at all seasons of the year. I
i had known of Athlophoros in the first
place it would have saved me hundreds of
dollars and the detriment tom business
in closing ray stoie. I take great pleasure
in recommending it to others."
Dr. D. Rounds, a dentist, for six
teen years a resident of Oskaloosa, but for
the past three years of Albia, la., relates
an equally pleasant experience with Atn
Rheumatism," he says, has been my
most serious trouble until about a year ago,
when I used a bottle of Athlophoros.
Since that time I have not had a twinge of
it. Pieviously I had been subject to sciatic
rheumatism for several years, many times
so badly that I could scarcely drag myself
around. When I commenced with Athlo
phoros my legs were so stiff that I could
scarcely get up the steps tom office. Bu
I am not troubled that way now, and the
joints of my legs are as free as they ever
were. I had tried so many remedies be
fore that I had no faith in Athlophoros
when I began with it, but I changed my
mind after I had taken a few doses and
found relief. Al I used was one bottle.
I is the grandest medicine ever heard of
for rheumatism. wife has also used
Athlophoros with success equal to mine."
During the years I have been in busi-
ness," says O. E Givins, a druggist at
Stuart, Mr. Griffin's home, I have sold
ma ny different kinds of proprietary medi
cines but none that has given such uni
versal satisfaction as Athlophoros has for
rheumatism. I always feel when I hand
out a bottle of that medicine to a custo
mer that I am giving him the full value
of his money. Since I have seen its won
derful effects among my customers I gladly
recommend it in every instance for rheu
If you cannot get ATHLOPHOROS of your drug
gist, we will send it express paid, on receipt of
regular priceone dollar per bottle We prefer
that jou buy it from your druggist, but if he
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to trv something
else, but order at once fiom us, as directed
ATHLOPHOROS Co., 112 Wall Street, New \ork.
Empire Mill Co.
24 Rollers and 4 Burrs.
We take pleasure in informing the
public that we are now ready for bus
iness. The best machinery and all the
latest improvements in the manufac
ture of fiour enable us to compete with
the best mills in the country.
We are constantly buying
At the Highest Market Prices.
We sell all kinds of
AT LOW RATES.
Special Attention givep to
An extra stone for giinding feed.
Wood taken for cash or in exchange.
Sfoptfe JVCil Co.
and CHEAP SALES.
$teel k^d \tor\ Wkfe
in generalals a special large stock
of Carpenters' Tools and Agricultural
Implements. A complete stock of the
newest and best constructed Guns and
Revolveis of the most approved pat
terns also ammunition -md sportmen's
goods of all deseilotions.
I connection therewith is a complete
under the management of Hermann
Beu&smann, who will take pleasuie
waiting upon all eustomeisni want of
anything in the harness or saddlery
line. lijsTiojsT So^i
WEMEL SCHOTZKO, Proprietor,
MINN ST. NE W UT M, MINN.
Luge, aiiy rooms, and an A No.
1 table. Good sample room for the
accommodation of commercial trav
elers in connection with the hotel.
The finest win^s, liquors and ci
gars at the bar.
CANNED, DRIED & GREEN
Floiir sinci Feed*
STONE. Woo DEN AND WILLOW
SEW ULM, MINX.
THE LIGHT RUNNING
HAS NO EQUAL.
Ne Hom SeiiniMachin Co
30 Utron Square, N, Y. Chicago, III. St. touis.Mo.
Atlanta, Ga. Dallas, Tex. San Francisco, Cal.
Health is Wealth!
E. C. WEST'S NEBVE AND BRAIN TREAT-
MENT, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in
sanity and leading to misery, decay and death,
Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of power
in either Bex, Involuntary Losses and Spermat
orrhoea caused by over-exertion of thebrain, self
abuse or over-indulgence. Each box contains
one month's treatment. $1-00 a box, or six boxes
for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price
W E GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received byus
for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will
Bend the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund tho money if tne treatment does not effect
a cure. Guarantees lrs'iesl only by a
JOHN T7EST A VP.
.882 Madison St
for MODE BATE
Obtained, and all
NESS attended to
Our office is opposite the S. Patent
Office, and we can obtain Patents in
less time than those remote from
Send MODEL OB DBAWING.We ad
vise as to patentability free of charge
and we make no CHARGE UNLESS
PATENT IS SECUBED.
W refer, here, to the Postmastes
the Supt of Money Order Div., and to
officials of the S. Patent Office. For
circular, advice, terms and references
to actual clients in your own State or
Countv, write to
C.A. SNOW 6C
Opposite Patent Office, Washington,
D. Pure Bred Poultry.
Langshans, Light Brahmas,
Dark Brahmas, Houdans
Buff Cochins, Partridge
Cochins, Brown Leghorns.
:WhHe Leghorns, Plymouth
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
MOWERY & HEEDEMAN,
NEW ULM, MINN.
HA RD WARE, TIN WA RE A ND
The Celebrated White, Howe,
New American & Singer
Cor Minn Hat a Sts New Ulm, MINN.
AGENT TOR THE CELEBRATED
THE WAR HAS BEGUN
ARE IN THE FIELD WITH A LARGE .STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Notions,
A. Behnke, Manager. B- BEEHKE & CO.
Our readers for 12 cents postage stamps to
a %"m a Umg
1 00 priceour price bein^ _,
CAUTION!! Don't be induced to take any other article
BOND'S HEW D.SCbvW
prietors. The Trade supplied by all WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
aP 1 a
i.,worth $4 00.
boook agents, will reeene
ni,h Parlor Enffrwni of
rjtr j\'TS *'r'n
rtlO^V*.IZXBerMXXaSUel^ Cletelana, siz
Address Elder Pnb. Oo.. Chicago HI.
DEALER I N
0f^T'l and IJtfPOSTD
Wine& Iiiuoi CSigki%
Minn. St., two doors north of B. & E Behi.ke
NLW ULM, MINN.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Cor. Minnesota and Centre
NEW UL3I, MINN.
DE VLER I
Riesling's Building, Corner Center and
NEW LM MINX
and Straw Burning Engine.
The Minneapolis, Dennet and Wood's Twine Binders, Reapers and
Mowers The Stoughton Wagons & Buggies The
Book Island Stubble Plows.
the Domestic Sewing Machines
gUltfLY f(SI$ and f$f), \VlT^ and 8lU MOWI^g.
I will sell cheaper than any other firm west of the Mississippi Rue'i
BARB FENCE WIRE IN PARTICULAR.
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. Everything is warrant
d, and a full line of Repairs always on h-ind
SPRINGFIELD, TRACY AND
Boots and Shoes
fur the fall and winter trade, and we take
invite our friends and customers to give us a call and evamu.e out
We will Not be Undersold.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH PtriCHAFERS
ear] oppoi! unity to
the Extract of
11HI.I1UIIHL Black Walnut Hulls and Mex
ican Soap Root with Vaallne and other ingredients
(agreeably perfumed). In the Walnut Hulls we eet
the Coloring and Astringent matter In the Vasa
line we get the Softening and Bressing qualities
In the Mexican Soap Root we get the Cleansin
and Stimulating effects at the roots of the hair i ft
not a Dye! LWe do not nse Nitrate of Sih er We
vite Ladies and Gentlemen-OLD or YOUNG BALD
GRAY-tousc WALNUTINE, knowing that its effect
will cause you to recommend to others who desire to
produce a healthy growth of dark or brown hair. It w111
gradual change and restore Gray hair to its nat
ural color, ithoct discoloring the skm It also re
moves Scaly Humors and Dandruff and prevents the
Ktorativo, Tonic and l)ressin PVPn \iY^.