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ntaredaa saoond-oUiis matte mt the poit office »t Austin,Uinncaota. AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7, 1888. LYLE. Tho authorities are busy putting In gutters cn Grove street this week. The now books for tbe sobool library have A rived, aud the children are delighted in eoasequenop. A little girl Appeared at the residence of Mr. Joaeph Glass last week, and is a source of Joy to its parents. Charley Macbaceis started for Washington Territory Monday nisrit ou a prospeoting tour. Ho thinks of going west If be e«n find a suitable location. Mr. Laurlts Nelson buried his youngest ohild Saturday. Tbus with him as with many others afflictions seem to multiply. It will bo remembered tbat be burled his wife la&t Spring. The fairies did some strange things Wed uosday evening. We had supposed Donaldson was a temperance man but the fact is gen eraly known that three empty beer kegs were found on his steps tbe next morning—suspi cious.— The Republican Rally was a success in overv respeot. Mr. Smith gave the in habitants of Lyle a lively and foretble speech. His illustrations were from facts that came within his own knowledge. As usual the Democrats said he not only flaunted the bloody shirt but told very many falsehoods If he told one falshood the Republicans were such bis fools that they did not deteot them. BROWNSDALE. W. Knox has just finished a large addition to his barn. H. E. Brown is fluishlng a nice residenoe at bis stock yards. Every body is rustling to get their threshing and plowing done. N. S. Gillett went to St. Paul Friday night with a car of fat stock. Chas. and Kamie Harris were in town Mon day taking in the sights. W. B.,Sleeper took in the metropolitan vll lare of Hay field tost week. A surprise party captured the residence of L. C. Gillett Saturday night. Mr. C. A. Sleeper is home from a four months sojourn in North St. Paul. A full line of dry goods for fall and winter wear just arrived at Sleeper & Sons. Nets Dahle of Hayfleld was in town the past week visiting with his biother T. K. Dahle. The ladles aid society will meet at Mrs. C. A. Sleeper's next week Wednesday even ing. Mrs. 0. Sleeper after a Ions? visit to Min neapolis and St. Paul arrived home a week ago. O. M. Woodward, of Minneapolis, is yisit ing with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Woodward. Hev. silk of Austin delivered an eloquent sermon Sunday morning to a full house Gome again, Elder. Don't forget Thursday evening prayer meeting at Baptist church. All denomina tions are cordially invited to be present. O. Harrington has a much needed barn nearly finished on his farm. It is a good one and J. B. rives always does a No 1 job. Our side walks arc in a demoralized con dition and need repairing and it is a good time this fine weather for our village council to wake up and do something. C. A. Warren has lately moved into the Brownsdale hotel, and we can say to the traveling public tbat they will always be well treated by Mr. Warren and get clean beds and square meals. Tbe house has been newly furnished and refitted up first class. BLOOMING PRAIRIE. Peoples Press: Walter Chesley, of Owatonna, was here Wed, nesday on business. Business is looking up. Wbeat 75 cts. to $1 per bushel, oats 30 to 23 cts., barley 30 to 46 cts,, flax $1.27, clover seed $4.50 to $5.00, timo. thy $1 to $1-35, live bogs 14.50. Last Sunday Arch Bishop Ireland confirmed 157 children at tbe Catholic Church here. 1 the evening he delivered an eloquent lecture on the evidences of Christianity. Mr. James Schagel and family left for their home near Moorhead, Minn., on the afternoon train Wednesday, having enjoyed a very pleasant visit here with their relatives. There is a report tbat Louis Dahl, who for merly lived here, got into a row and killed a man in Dakota. He was put in ja!l and the next night he was taken trom the prison and hanfred by a mob. C. Hartley, of Minneapolis, arrived here last Saturday. September 6th last he bad his left leg broken above tbe ankle while on the train going to Minneapolis. The Company paid his doctor bill. He is now able to walk around with tbe help of a cane. Mr. R. I. Fuller raised 58 bushel? of corn to the acre. He is the owner of the finest span of iron jrray mares in this vicinity. They will weigh about 2.900 pounds and are bred half Percheron and half English draft. They have well developed feet and are sound. Tbe Flag Company, under the management of Miss Bell Gleason, consisting of the young ladies of Blooming Prairie, gave a Flag drill last Thursday evening at Morton Hall. The entertainment consisted of military manouv ers, interspersed with songs and recitations by members of tbe company. Tbe young la dies were appropriately dressed in costumes composed of the na tlonal colors and each car ried a flag. They presented a very pretty ap pearance and elicited much applause from a large and appreciative audience. The pro ceeds, which were a little over twenty four dollars, will be appropriated towards th^ pur chase of a new organ for tbe M. G. Church. Tbe assistance of Mr. F. W. Meeban, our gen tlemanly Principal, contributed much toward making the entertainment a success. Do You Suffer From Rheumtism* No one who lias not been a sufferer can liave any idea of the excrutiating agony caused by Rheumatism. This painful disease is frequently caused by a stoppage of the circulation of the blood, through the muscular portions of tlje body. BAL LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will invari ably cure this disease by penetrating every spot of the skin and drawing to the outer surface all poisonous matter and restor ing a natural circulation of the blood. Every bottle guaranteed. GILES ,jfpr & TRYON, Agents. 2 CATAllHH CUBED health and sweet breath secured, by Sbilob's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60 cents, Nasal Injector free. Dorr & Wold. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quick Jy cured by Sbilob's Cure. We guarantee it. Dorr & Wold. EDUCATIONAL. 'pfW'K C. ©. BXLDAN, »mTQRv Miss Lillie Bishop ofLeKoy is teaching this winter, near Etna, in Fillmore Co. According to the 1885 state census there are in Mower County 4,073 males over 31 years ©f age. There are 5,889 children of school age, of which 1207 are between 5 and 7, 2741 between 8 and 151 and 1741 between 16 and 21. The A. class in Dexter village school have taken up booking, this term. The trustees in some of our school districts need to use judgment in the purchase of apparates. A $60. chart, which ought to be purchased for one third of that enorm ous price, seems singularly out of place in a school room destitute'of any reference books and most commonly used and nec essary apparatus. The teachers of the Lyle village school have raised $30 toward a public school library and will receive an equal amount from the,state. The list of books selected includes Chambers encyclopedia, Long fellow and Lowell's poems and selections of recent publications adapted for differ ent grades of pupils. What Lyle village has done, other schools can do. Dull Boys In 8ehool. Never get out of patience with dull boys. Perhaps we ought to say never get out of patience with anything. That would perhaps be the wisest rule. But above all things remember that dullness and stupidity, which are to be found in every school, are the very last things to get out of patience with. If the Creator I has so formed the mind of a boy that he must go throuh life slowly aud with diffi culty, impeded by discouragements which others never know, his lot his surely hard enough without having you add to it the trial and suffering which your sarcasm and reproach can Leap upon him*. Look over the school, therefore, and whereever you find one whom you per ceive the Creator to haye imbued with less intellectual power than others, fix your eye upon him with an expression of kind ness and sympathy. Such a boy will haye suffering enough from the selfish ness and tyranny of his compnaions he ought to find in his teacher a protector and a friend. One of the greatest pleasures which a teacher's life affords is the interest of seeking out such a child bowed down with burdens of depression and discour agement—unaccustomed to sympathy and kindness, and expectinp nothing in the future but a weary continuance of the cheerless toils which have embittered the past and the pleasure of taking off the burden, of surprising the timid, disheart ened sufferer by kind words and cheering looks, and of seeing in his countenance ilie expression of ease and even of happi ness gradually returning. —Selected. I've been a suffer from lheumatism for years and have been unable to «btain any relief at all. Salvation Oil gave me en tire relief and I heartily recommend it. Henry Winkel, Baltimore, Md. What so wonderful as a severe cough cured by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for 25 cents. Try it! DRUGS, &C. nAtin 0 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS! AMD DIUJII Of STATIONERY, BOOKS! MOh *0., *0. ATJfcTl'JJET, lONIT. jnntt T. W. DONOVAN, A Full Stock of FURNITURE Alwaya on Hand, at the Lowest Prlcea. Special Attention Given to UNDERTAKING. First Door East of Oiear Ayers. Side of €ourt Houso Square South FINE TAILORING rmc. Hikunmu A. P. Christians*)!!, MERCHANT! ITAILOR. Hew Styles. New Stocl Another lot of New Goods just received. A complete as sortment of the best goods in the market. Our customers are p'eased with our work. Our late styles are captivating. Come in and see us. Two doors south of Postroffice. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchi-" tis immediately relieved by Sbiioh's Cure. Porr & Wold. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of parity strength and wholcsomeneM. More economical than the ordinary kind*, and cannot bo nold tn competition with (he multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powder*, loldonly In cans. ROYAL BAKINO Powon CO., 106 WALL ST., NHW YOEX. Ballard's Horehoud Syrup. We desire to call your attention to a remarkable article, which we are selling a large amount of. One that is spoken of in the highest terms of praise by all who have used it. It gives instantaneous re lief in the worst coughs. It will cure where all others have failed. It is BAL LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It is absolutely the best known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Bronchitis, §ore Throat, Sore Chest, Asthma and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs. If you have a Cough or any of your family are afflicted don't put off until too late try this great remedy. GILES & TRYON, Agents. 2 SHILOH'S V1TALIZER is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Dorr & Wold. Buoklen*n Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises.Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblians Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos itively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranled to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. SIRLOIN STEAK PORTER HOUSE STEAK, ROUND STEAK, SHOULDER STEAK, CHOICE RIB ROAST, SHOULDER ROAST, BOILING BEEF, «... .... MUTTON CHOP AND ROAST, MUTTON STEW, ISIS IVEAL CUTLET AND ROAST5 VEAL STEW, PORK STEAK AND ROAST, PORK SAUSAGE, I forgot to ask for a 5/A Horse Blanket Just look at my blanket, now. I buy the 5/A Boss Stable Blanket, and always look for tltis 3/A Trade Mark sewed inside." MEATS CHEAP -AT THE- MEAT MARKET. viTrvT We are now conducting our meat market DUKK &. WOLD under a new system, new prices and a new ''name. There is nothing like SYSTEM in any business. We will continue to accommodate our patrons who find it more convenient to pay up once a month, at prices given below. Ask your dealer to order for you, either the 5/A BOSS Stable, or one of the following Blankets: S/A Horse 5/A Five Mile. EM Five ZCilu •t W*rp Itouti. 5JA Electric. Jut tho thing for Out-Door Vu. 5/A Extra Test. [Copyrighted fioasthlag H«w, Very Strong. 30 other styles At prlcei to rait trerybodj 1SS8, by Wu, AYKES & SONS.] .... A ^nyWg ,quantlties OUR PRICES 3 HIDES, WOOL, Tallow» Pelts and Furs. Consignments solicited from local buyers in adjoining towns to whose interest it will be to write us for special prices on green salted hides. Our facilities are such that we can compete with any market west of Chicago. Give us a trial. SPECIAL TO FARMERS. Do not dispose of your hides and tallow until you have our prices. Those having sheep pelts should bring them in while green and not lay them aside until they are worthless. FriedriclL & Hormel, BUTGHERS AND PACKERS. A "-i tit 1 mi wl" FLYING DUrCHMAN the cheapest place in town. Remem-shoes ht' ®nd the ber wo will continue to sell at low figures always, and that this Jj.]jese goods at about half what they: are aetuallv worth. is not the for a short time only. Ousr meats will be of the very best quality and variety, and under our new system we quaran tee satisfaction to all who give us a trial. 10 cts. 10 cts. 8 cts. I Shoes. 7 cts. 8 cts. 5 to 7 cts. 4 cts. 10 cts. 5 10 5 10 10 (t it LATEST IMPROVED AGRICULTURALIST -v: DAYS SALE! O Boots and Shoes, A WHOLESALE PRICES. ["THE CHICAGO SHOE STORE," Austin, Minn., are pleased to announce to the people of Austin and vicinity that they have just purchased over $10,000 worth of Boots and Shoes at 75 cts. on the dollar, from the leading shoe factories of the United States. The great backwardness of the season, almost July weather the last of October, has almost paralized the wholesale trade. Other merchants place their orders for winter goods early in July and are now stocked up with winter goods at way up prices. If they should offer you their entire stock at actual cost, their prices would still be higher than we can sell our goods and make a profit. And they are not very liable to sell goods at cost. The prices we quote below are fully 40 per cent, lower than the same quality of goods were ever sold lor in Austin. Ladies9 Rubcers 25 cts., worth 50 cts* Men's Rubbers 50 cts., worth 85 cts. Men's Buckled Arctics 98 cts., worth $1.75. Ladies' Buckled Arctics 65 cts., worth $1*15. Misses' Buckled Arctics 50 cts., worth 90 cts. 1,000 PAIRS OF MEN'S FELT BOOTS, At 40 per cent, less than July wholesale price. We will slausrkter them at 50 cts. They are actually worth $1.40. Quick or you get left. 2,000 pairs of Men's Shoes in Button, Lace and Congress. We have I over 40 different kinds and guarantee a clear saying of from 75 cents to $2.00 per pair. I LADIES' SHOES—We are showing over 120 different kinds from lowest price to the finest French Kid. We will sell you Ladies7 Shoes- 40 per cent, less than any other house in Austin. We have one solid cord of Children's Shoes, both school and dress shoes, at prices that will astonish yea. FIVE GROSS OF SHOE POLISH At 7 cts. per bottle, worth 15 cents. 2,000 Fairs of Men's and Ladies1 Slippers In Plush, Velvet, Goat, Grain Calf and Kerso Kid, at half former prices. "JOB LOTS." We have just purchased 4000 pairs of manufacturers' and wholesalers samples. These goods comprise over 200 different kinds of Men's Shoes, childrel,.s shoe8 Men's Boots, Slippers, etc. We shall sell Remember while you live that never will you have such another chance to buy fresh, new and reliable boots and shoes at sush wicked prices. We will positively sell you as many boots and shoes during this sale for $7.00 as any other house in Austin will sell you for 810.00 Don't wait eome at once it won't be summer all winter at uever has and never will be, as the "oldest inhabitant" will inform you.. Remember only 20 DAYS of this special slaughter sale of Boots and We Guarantee Every Price Exactly as advertised and will forfeit $100 to any charitable institution in Austin if we charge one penny more when you arrive at our store. COME QUICK AND SECURE FIRST CHOICE CHICAGO SHOE STORK. Austin, Minn. "Champion" Cow Milker. This is the ouly Perfect Self-Acting Cow Milker in the World. Tbe says. "That it is tbe greatest invention of the age." It will milk any cow in from 3 to 5 Minutes. Cows 'ike it better thau band milking. It increases tbe yield of milk, saves labor, prevents uncleanliness, does away with sore teats and kicking cows andis easily managed. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS. Endors ed and used by hundreds of leading dairymen of the United States and Canada. Sent to any address on receipt of $3.00. Please send stamp for testimonials and circulars. Agent^. wanted. Address, New York Dairy Company 429 Sixth Avenue, N.Y*.-v^ $ A PATENTED 1887.