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MISCELLANEOUS.
I MO. 1M0
I wOODS AliO
AT WHOM!AlB AND RgTAIL,
at the
CHEAP CASH STOKE
of
jaooa
B«M, will excel that of any other assortment
la tha aoanty and we guarantee onr custom
an far better bayin* than they can And else
where. '•Small •refits anl qulek returns
and/Wr and liberal dealing is onr system.—
We tray/or eaah, and
receive onr good* di
rantfromtha Importer
nad Manufacturer, and
COUXTXT DBAI.XXB
will fat mueh la
their advantage to ax
aaiiao oar stock and
artaas bolero going be
HW.
The ladles are invited to examine onr larga
aad beautiful variety of Spring and Summer
Drees tteode, Domestic Goods of all kinds
in complete assortment Prints Ging
••J??.\
8k««*i»f».
Crock-*
ery. Glass and Stone
Were of the latest
patterns, Boots and
Shoe* a large
stock on hand
at low price*.
Wehaveior
eale the
Oelebrated Coppar-tippsd Boots and Shoes
(One pair of which
Je warrantedtoout
wear two pairs
witaeat tipe.) Hats and Caps and Ready
made Clothing in
endless variety.—
PLOWH! PLOWS
of all triads, at tbo Manufacture'* lrictt
GROCERIES
I invite particular attention to my largi
atoek of
Caoiot Oroeerieo,
Coffees,
Toss,
Motassaf
Drie Candied Fruits, consisting of a)
tsit,dstanwbrands..
rade and Now in store 1000 bbtr
a lo prices Drugs, Paints, Oils, Nail
and Glass, a oomplete atoek at lower price
than ever'before. We oiler MORE THAI
DOUBLE tha variety and quantity of good*
to be found at any other one store in the city
and at pricee which DEFT COMPETITION.
For the. next thirty days, I offer Summe
Clothing AT COST. Remember to call at tb
old stand of Mclptire A Sheldon, and.yon wil
ALWAYS find a good stock which is for sale a
•he lowest prioes. JESSE MoIKTIBE.
May II, 1869. l»8yl
1M bro types Trlinphnt
DAOUBRBBOTYFB8 ECLIPSED I
J. E. RICH,
Woulid respectfullv announce to thee citizens SSn^ffiou.a'nffold1
ii a a
off Red WingoanduviXinitvv.,iChunt
vicinity thab hv. ha»vIleaseJd
and fitted up the
UMA Win„T. ,l
.e»h
AMBROTTPK BOOMS
formerly occupied by J. Going, on Mainstreet
over C. H. E L. Baker's Hardware Store,
where r"
ii A
aavoral yeare experience In th« picture art.T
I the Curt of Disease %n all its Form*.
feel oonfidehV of being able to please all who
may favor me with a call. No picture will be
aHowed to leave the room nnless it will bear
the strictest criticisms asa likeness and a work
of art. I appeal to the judgment and good r» Telia
In 4ke
sense of a discriminating public, and am in
hopes that they can appreciate tha difference
between a good Ambrotype and those deathly.
ash-colored, sunburnt shadows ao often palmed
off on the publio by traveling humbugs.
All are respectfully invited to eall and ex- T. T.II» V*«
amine epeelmene.
Pictures token in CLOUDY aa well as FAIB
WEATHEB.
lnetruetlonagiven in the art.
Bod Wing, April 4, 1880.
A tare companionforthe Winter months.
Every I'IAMIST, Should procurethia weekl
Every SisOka,
•vary Taaoaan,
Every Pcnx,
Every AnuTaoa,
4*THB
Ye'rly.ta Halfye'rly,ttfoo Q'rterly, Sl,tA
•tthaeribeto" Our Musical Friend,"or orde
to from the nearest Wows-dealer, and you vit
fate music enough for your entire family, am
eiaaiinugniflcenteost: and if you watt mn
eiefor the Flute, Violin. Cornet, Clarionet
Aeeordeon, etc., subscribe to the
O O E O I S
Containing twelve pages, costing only
10Coats a Number Yearly, If,SO Half
•. ToarFy/wlitS.
All the«»eknnmbers at 10 eents, and bound
lo'wSE^L ^'ow"-!"
1
«d," containing
lOWSl 10T Keasan St., New York.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA,
PlalnUflk, Sommoas.
BUaaC-Kd"1
Defendant.
Todd-
B*n,««
defendant, Silas C.
sro hereby summoned and required to
*K7V %. •2»Pl*i« la «bie aotioo which ii
«na city orsod Wing, in said county, and serve
1£%&J0V '"?T*rvt0 sooheimpfaint on us
•$"! earvtca of this summons
nsPiffivkti^?-°^' **!&* •'Snouserrice,
JkT«!i?!ft^Ll?A*^.WtfviWd •o»P«»i»twithin
tta time oforesaid, tha above named plaintHfevv
will apply to thiaeounfortha relief demanded
In the complaint. ."wwnuw
Dated Bad Wing, Minn., SttT FOly, I««o.
BaisTot,« PaxLM,
PlentiaV Atternoya.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ADVERTISE.
Kundreda
MCISTTIUS.
Bee. 1 A 1, Bash Stratt,
1KD WING, MINNESOTA.
'Wo am a receiving tha LARGEST and
BUT •ELKCTBD stock of Dry «ooi» and
Groceries over offered to the po ..pie of thU
vicinity, which for extent, variety and rich-
tiOWtt
Denims, Tickings,
Drills, Cambrics, Linen Goods, dtc.,
J«»»l'7t Stationery and Fancy
Goods of every description,
which will be- sold at lower
price* than ever before of
fered in Rod Wing.
ADVERTISE. ADVERTISE
It in a truth, universally admitted iu this
age, that no man in any business can be suc
cessful unices be alvortisc* liberally, and
makes himself and his business known to the
people. If anybody is ao foolish aa to doubt
this proposition, let him open his sleepy eyes
and look around him- look at his neighbors
in business—mark the merchant who is con
tinually occupied in making himself known—
who takea advantage of that great ruler a:
public opinion, the Press, to render himself
popular and his advantages for doing business
ublic-'whose name and location aro seen in
of newspapers, and op thousands of
caids, handbills, Ac. whose wide-awake pol
iey is continually gaining him a notoriety.—
Comparo him with that alow-go-no-go old
curmudgeon, who never aaw hisnsme in print,
except perhaps on the list of petit jurors: and
who aits behind hie dusty desk, in the dusty
corner of his dusty grocery, waiting for cus
tomers, like aa old bottle-bellied spider, who
has built his web in an obscure corner of a
dilapidated smoke-house, and site watehing
and waiting in vain for flies. Mark the dull
look about his door, blocked up by empty dry
goods boxes, ornamented once in awhile by a
piece of blue|drilling or rusty calico but
—-. -_......a^ ve ur*vv vmivv I
much oltene«r proving a resting place fovia a
o• lazy, lounging always
«f
mwmmij)
"v"**||aealoafers,
ivaioiDwho
WSIV GlWBfO
resorttothe store a man who does not ad-other
vertise, because they know there is no danger
at being disturbed by customers. See the
ad-Cagasinee.
vertising merchantI He becomes acquainted
with everybody, builds up a largo business,
ecu rich before he istoooldtoenjoy riches,
and retires, leaving a larga and remunerative
business to hie sons and faithfnl clerks while
he enjovs himself and bis wealth, the honored
wader of every progressive movement, the
dignified president of every society and
association, and perhaps the incumbent of the
meet honorable and vesponaible.offleee in theStone
Sss again your non-advertiser,who foolishly
thinks people never read tha advertisement
column of a newspaper. See him, we say,
droning out one or two yean of dull business
in a place, always complaining of hard times
and never making a larger sale than a poun!
or candles or a bar of soap, and then moving
toeome. othor town, some better burin***
point," and meeting with the same result there:
*W
MraovinR»
»nd so knocking about from
pillar to post, like a five cent traveling men
•S**1*! whoes whole establishment consists of
"•[•-•terved possum and a sore-headed coon,
a bob-tailed monkey and a squint-eyed wild
est and so go on till he dies, mourned by
no one, and only romembered as a relic of
barbarism." Look around yon, enumerate the
niAtnhsiiis ••«••_ ——.__-_* *. __« {A*
man
——-w....w, nv.iu muj in gen-
erally know him and besides, they know that
amen who is not enterprising enough to ad-Threo
vertise, can't afford to sell ascheap ss his more
sctivs competitors, that do.
Then advertise,
Merchant at Reel Wftmg
Oar paper offers a first rate medium for 0
to become acquainted with the people of the
Lake Valley, Cannon Falls, Pine Island,
Zuuibrota,
Maxcppa, Mantorville, Wasioja, Rochester,
Chatflald,
Blue Earth, Owatonna, Faribault, Seoapos
Koseoo,
Cannon City, Hader, Goodhue Center, and
A
E
O
W
N
S
And Herniate in
Goodhue,
Dodge.
Freeborn, and
Rice Counties.
In all the country tributary to Bed Wing,
we circulate our paper ao, gentlemen, if youmutt
want to sell your new goode, or dispose of
your old ones, just
LET THE PEOPLE KNOW IT
Jhrough the columns of tha SxMvmn. Our
terms are reasonable, and you will find that
Wi
a
rola'
A EVERYBODY WANT8.
TS3 efteUnira 'DOCTOR:
coHTAiiriiro
«:.»t.»A thA thUML AT liia*n»» in j*11 £*m 7 7
8T
PBOP. HENRY S. TAYLOB, M. D.
Taw
A9um
llMf
OUR MUSICAL FRIEND.
How to attend upon the sick,
and how to cook fcr them
how to prepare Poultices,
II Tolls Tou
publication of Voeal am
Piano-Forte Musio.costini
but lO Cento a numbet
and pronounced by tl«
___latire Prase of the country, to he
BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK 01
TUB KIND IN TUB WOULD,'*
TwolveMl-slttdP*JM ofVoeal and Piano
Musto, run WCENTS.
It lolls Toa
Drinks, eke,, and how to
guard against infection from
Contagious Diseases.
Of the various diseases
Children, and gives the best
and simplest mode of treat-1
meat during Teething, Con
vulsions, Whoolng-Cough,
Vaccination, Measles, eke.
The symptoms of Croup, In
fentum. Cholera,Colic. Dis
rhcea, Worms, Scallcd Head,
Ringworm, Chicken Pox, eke
and gives you the best reme
diesfor their cure.
The symptoms of Fever and
It Tells Tea
It Tells Tou
Ague, and Bilious, Yellow,
Typhus, Scarlet and other
revets, and gives yen the
best and simplest remedies
for their eure.
The symptoms of Influenia,
Consumption, Dropsy,Gout,
Dyspepsia, Asthma,Bhreu
matism, Lumbago, Erysipe
las, dec., and gives yon thenished
best remediesfortheir cure.
The eymptoms of Cholera
Morbna, Malignant Cholera,
Small Pox,Cramp, Dysente
ry, DIMCMS of the Bladder.
Kidneys and Liver, and the
best remedies for their cure..
It Tells TOU The symptoms of Pleurisy,
Mumps, Neuralgia, Paraly
sis, Apoplexy, tho various
wk «t
Distric,tWCourt»let
District, Goodhue County.
Simon W. Arnold
Ernest Ruahbaum and
J. BirdUacer
1
Dieeasee of the Throat, Ear
ami Eye, Teeth, and the
best rsmediesfortheir cure.
It Tolls Tou The symptoms of Epilepsy,
Jarndice, Files, Diseases
the Heart,Bupture,Hemorr
hage, Venereal Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and gives the
DM*
remedies for their cure.
It Tolls Tou The best and simplest treat
ment for Wounds, Broken
Bonce and Dislocations, Fe
ver Sores, bpraina, Lockjaw,
White Swellings, Ulcers,
Whitlows, Boils, Scurvy.
mm Burns and Scrofula.
It Tells Tou Of the various diseases pecu
liar to Women,andgivesthe
best and simplest remedies
for their cure, together with
many valuable hintsfortheevergreens
preservation of tha health.
The work is written in plain language,free
from medical terms, so as to be easily under
stood, while ite simple recipes may soon save
you many times the cost of the book. It
isof
printed in a clearand open type is illustrated
"n •pprepriate engravings, and will be for
warded to your address, neatly bound and
peatage paid, on receipt of $1.00.
01,000 A YEAR ean he made by enter
prising man everywhere, in selling the above
tadueementa to all such aro very
liberal*
.-Iff »«f!• wpiee of the Boot, or forterms
scents, wit*«*hoMr
jstherinfoimation
Bo.sl?
A
LITERARY. MEDICAL.
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MAGNIFICENT MEZZOTINTS of NIAGARA
FALLS, each 12 inches by 25, and of a size,
therefore, for framing: one representing the
American side, and the other, the Canada, or
Uor«e-shoe side. No such liberal offers have
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MABIE LOUISE HANKIN8 A CO.,
Appleton Bnildig, New York City
}yf ETft0 O I A N
A. A. ft B. L. TEELE, PBOFBKTOBS
Baeementof tha Metropolitan Hotel, corner
Levee A Potter Streets,
Reel Wing, Minnesota
The proprietors of thisestablishment having
beentoconsiderable expense, and having fur
theirtables with the improved patent
COMBINATIO N CUSHIONS
would respectful'y solicit a share of the pat-
ronage of the lovers or the game. Our table*
are inferior to none others in Bed Wing or in
J. N EAN,
I
—o-
I.
FRENCH
the State, and we feel confident that we can'?™ prepared to pay liberal prices for their la
bor, and it is for us and them toshow whether
America shall have a periodical literature of
its own, worthy of the amplest approval and
snit all who may favo* ns with a call. The
beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigsrs, willal
ways he found at the bar. TermaCash.
Bed Wing,September 10,1859. 162-ly
CAP MANUFACTURER.
RedWiag, Minnesota.
Wonld respectfully call the attention of those
wishing to procure a good Cap, to his fa
cilities for msnufsctnring the same.
From long experience in the busi
ness, he feelsconfident that he
can suit everybody.
In eonneetion withthis establishment,there is
fashionable
SHAVING A- HAIRDRESSING SALOON
Next door to the Bakery.
Aug. 18, 1859. 158-tf
NOTICE.
Any person hereafter cutting pines or other
upon my premises, will be prosecu
ted to the full extent of tho law. And I will
pay fifty dollars toanyone furnishing evidence
nseisnt to eonviot any person of such tres
pass. All the pines between Wacoota and
Weetervelt are on my land. There are plenty
pines «m the other side of the lake for all
Christian purposes, *.hat are of no other use.
& &
ixttoixnsitiom, applyto
JOHB E. POTTER, rnhnener.
•aoeeea Srsost, Philadelphia, Pa.
support.
OEO. W. BULLABD.
December 24,1859. I77tf
AQTrTrafA For
thndINSTANT
1 A
BE-
PEBMANENT
CUBE of this distressing complaint, use
N S
NiS.HIA^v-OIOAREl'TES
mmmfce m/SLmaa
BTBEET.N.Y.
Pries, $1 per box sent free by p*st.
Fog Bala a« all irraeariet*.
mt
E O O
Vegetable Life Pills
AMD
I I «E N I I I E S
The high and envied celebrity which these
pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for thoir
invariable efficacy in all tho diseases which
they profess to cure, has rendered the usual
practice of puffing not only unnecessary, but
unworthy of them. They are known by their
finits: their good works testify for them, and
thov thrive not by tho faith of the credulous.
IN ALL CASESOF Asthma, Acute.and Okron
teSKeumatitm, Affectum* rf the Bladder and
Kvlneyi, JBUliout Fever* and Liter Oomplainte.
In the South and West, where these diseases
prevail, they will be found Iuvaluable. Plant
are, Farmers, end others, who once use these
Medicines, will never afterwards be without
thom.
Dyspepsia.—No person with this distress
ing disease should delay using these medicines
immediately. £ruptintff the Skin, Eryripela
*/««•»"*, Fexer and Ague. For this scourgoevery
of the Western country these medicines will bo
found a safe,speedy,and certain remedy. Oth
er medicines leave the system subject to are
turn of the diseaee—a eure by theie medicines
permanent. Tar TUSK, nx SATISVIXD, AND
BK ounxn.
Herenrlal Diseases.—Never fails to erad
icate entirely all the effects of Mercury infi
nitely sooner than the mostpowerful prepare
tion of Sarsaparilla.
Night Sweat*. Ntrvaut Pehility, Kervovt
DR. WILLIAM MOFFAT,
SS5 Broadway, cor., Worth St., New York,and
by all Druggists. 176-ly
O
DRUGGIST
APOTHECARY,
HAS JUST UX0X1VXD A
Large aad Well Selected Stock of
AMKBICAK,
FBEHCH,
AND ENGLISH
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, & MEDICINES
Perfumery,
Fancy Articles,
Dye Stufls,
Paints,
Oils,
Tobacco,
Snuff,
Cigars,
And Pens LTQTOBB, for medicinal purposes
My stock is solcctod with great care, and will
be warranted as represented.
ALCOHOL,
Camphene, Burning Fluid,Lard
and Whale Oil, to be found at
KBLLOOO'S Daue STOBX.
CHOCOLATE, a superior article
For sale at Kxxxoeo's DnvoBronx.
oOKINO OLAS8 PLATES, of all sizes, at
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send yon a printed Certificate, entitling you to
a Premium worth irom $1 to $500, whieh you
ean have by returning the Certificate and 50
cents. The Premiums will consist of. Ladies'
China and French Shawls, SilkDressPatterns,
Sewing Machines, Piano-fortes, Melodcons,
Gold Watches,Gold Chains, and various other
articles, worth not less than One Dollar, nor
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188
E I S O E
The subscriber is now prepared to fur
oishthecemmumty with every quality of
LUMBER,
ALSO, SHINGLE AND LATH!
On theverylowostandbestterms, and will tak
WHEAT, OATS A N CORN,
ana almost every kind of PRODUCE in
»r the sama.for which he will allow
the highest market price. So bringalone your
produce and carryaway the lumber,all ye that
want a comfortable homa for yourselves anl
femibee WM. FREEBORN,
at the Upper Mill.
Red Wing. Avgnst tl, 1958. 10»tf
MEDICAL.
DR MOTT'S
PILLS^IRON.
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
IRON purined of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen. Sanctionedby the high
est Medical Authorities, both in Europe and
the United States, and prescribed in their
practice.
The experience of thousands dailv prove*
that no preparation of Iron ean be compared
with it. Impurities of the blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicate its necessity in almost
conceivable case.
0*n-result
plainte of mil Hndt, Organic Affection*, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Painter't ffholie.
Piles.—The arigieal proprietor of these
medicines was cured of Piles of 35 years stand
ing by the use of these Lite Medicines alone
Worms of all kinds are effectual]y
worms or an Kind are effectuall expelled
by these Medicines. Parenta will do well to
administer them whenever their existence is
suspected., Belief will be certain.
THE LIFE PILLS AND PHOBNIX BITTERS
Purify the blood, and thus remove all disease
from the system. A single trial will plnce the
LIFE PILLS and FH02NIX BITTERS beyond
the reach of competition in the estimation of
every patient. EaT* Boll by
It is this latter property, among others,
which makes it so remarkably effectual and
pormanent a remedy-for Pile upon which it
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, ny dispersing tha local tendency which
forms them.
In DrsrxpsTA, innumerable aro its causes,
a singlebox of these Chalybeate Pills has often
sufficed for the most habitual eases, including
the attendant G*tiv*ne*t.
M•
S
Innoxious in all maladies in which it hasconnectingyatmorning,
been tried, it has proved absolutely curative
in ehch of the following complaints, vis:
In Debility, Nervous Affections, Emaciation,
Dyspepsia, Constipation Diarrhna, Dysente
ry, Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous Tuber
culosis, Salt Rheum, Hismenstiuation, Whites,
Chlorosis, Liver Complaints, Chronic Head
aches,Bheumatism, Intermittent Fevers, Pirn
pies on tho Face, Ac.
Incases of OBMXBAI. DBBILITT, whether the
of acute disease, or of tha continued
diminution of nervous aud muscular energy
from chronic complaints, one trial of this re
storative has proved successful to an extent
which no description ner written attestation
would render credible. Invalids so long bed
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-ap
peared in tho busy world as if just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. Some
very signal instsnecs of this kind are attested
of female sufferers, emaciated victims of ap
parent marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion,
critical changes, and that complication of ner
vous and dyspeptic aversion to air and exer
cise for which the physician has no name.
In Nxnvocs ArvsorioMs of all kinds, and
for reaaone familiar to medical men. the ope
ratiou of this preparation of iron must noees
sarily be salutary, for, unlike the old oxides,
it is vigorously tonic, without being exciting
and overheating and gently, regularly ape
rient, even in the most obstinate eases of cos
tivencsswithouteverbeingagastric purgative,
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
In unchecked DIABBHOIA, even when ad-Chicago.
vanced to DTSXNTBBT, confirmed, emaciating,
and apparently malignant, the effects have
been equally decisive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength,
debilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which
generally indicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
teresting instances.
In SCROFULOUS TUBBBOCLOSIS, this medica
ted iron has had far more than the good effect
of the most cautiously balanced preparations
of iodine, without any of their well known
liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this remedy and rtttorativt
in the cases peculiarly affecting them.
In BHXPHATISX, bothchronic and inflamma
tory—in the latter, however, more decidedly—
it has boen invariably well reported, both as
alleviating pain and reducing the swelling
and Stinnetts of the joints and muscles.
In INTERMITTENT FEVKRB it must necessarily
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new settlements of the
West, will probably be one of high renown
and usefulness.
No remedy has ever been discovered in the
whole history oi medicine, which exerts sueh
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects.—
Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid ac
quisition of strength, with an unusual dispo
sition for active and cheerful exercise, imme
diately follow its use.
Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing
80 pills, price 50 cents per box for sale by
druggists and dealers. Will be sent free to
any address on receipt of the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., should be addressed to.
R. LOCKEfcCo.,
General Agents,
202yl 20 CEDAR ST., N. Y.
W E S E N W O
Insurance & Trust Company.
Office, NOB 142 and 144 South Water Steeet
Chicago Illinois. Capital $ 250,000.
Board of Directors.—O. Kendall, Oeo. H,
Hazelton, Amzi Benedict, Hon. L. S. Church
Chas. H. Abbott. Geo. II. Hazelton, President
Chas. H. Abbott,Treas., Alfred Edwards, Sec,
Having received an appointment as Agents
of the above Company for Bed Wing and
vicinity, we are prepared to receive applies
tions for Insurance in thesame.
160:m6 Brown A Betcher Agents.
52otaOSIS!iilia\iBI^ SMDe
HICKMAN e% BRO.,one doorsouth
of the Kelly House, are now in receipt
of afresh arrival of
WINES,
A E LIQUORS
AND CIGARS,
ofovcry vari«ty, with which we wil] aceom
modateour Town and Country customers,a
at Wholesale and Bctail also, we have now
some n«!W
BILLIARD TABLES,
erectedin onr chamber, with first class fix
tures. We hopeto merit the patronage of the
Sublicrow coming toourtown, andwould ton
er our thanksto our friends of Bed Wing and
hesurrounding country. Wesay,
fflAILMMiPft&rsii>..
Bed Wing,May 80,1857. 45y
'VO CONSUMPTIVES AND NBBVotJS
JL survBuxas.
The subscriber, for several years a residen
of Asia, discovered while there, a simple veg
etable lemcdy—a sure Cure for Contumvtion
Aithtna, Bronchiti* Cough*. Cold*, and Nertov*
Debility. Forthe benefit of Consumptives and
Netrrmt Svferert, he is willing tomake the same
ipnblic.
To those who desire it, he will send the Prc
sorption, with full directions (free of charge)
eale a tample of tho medicine, which they will
pin a beautiful combination of NTture's sim
otidherbs. Those desiring tho Remedy can
btain it by return mail, by addressing
J. E. CUTHBERT,
BOTANIC PHTSIOIAW,
IMyl No. in Broadway, New York
re

RAILROADS. MISCELLANEOUS.
1859. J2
E A S O N O 1 8 5 9
La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad
WITH ITS CONNECTIONS,
Forresthe shortest, quickest. »nd only Direct
Boute to Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit,
Toledo, Pittsburgh, New York,
185950 000
Boston, and all points
East and South.
Two Express Trains daily (Sundays except
ed,) leave La Crosse on the arrival of theIt
morning and evening boats from St. Paul, con
necting at Milwaukee with the Detroit and
Milwaukee Railway Steamers, and trains on
the Milwaukee and Chicago Railroad
The Minnesota Packet Company's Steamers
Milwaukee, Itasca and Ocean Wave, leave St.
Paul ever (Saturdaya excepted,)
Train.
La Crosse with the 13.05 A.
Passengers by that train will arrive at Mil
waukee at 9.80 same morning, seven hours and
thirty minu'.es in advance of the Prairie du
Chien Boute! and at Chicago at 2.15 came af
ternoon, four hours and thirty minutes in ad
vance of any other route I!
The 8teamcrs Key City, Orcy Eagle, Nerth
ern Light, Northern Bella and Golden Era,
leave 8t. Paul every afternoon, connecting at
La Crosse, with the A. M. train next morn
ing.
Passengers by that train arrive in Milwan
kee at 3.80 P. M., eighteen honrs in advance of
the Prairie du Chien route, and in Chicago, at
«.45sameevening.
TWELVE HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ALL
OTHBB ROUTES,
AND NO NIGHT TRAVEL ON THE CARS!
.. *,
of statements made by the agents of
the Prairie du Chum route, claiming that the
distance by the La Crosse route is onlv nine
miles less to Chicago than by the Prairie du
Chien route, ss they are false, and only made
to deceive the traveling public.
he
the La Cros«e route to
Milwaukee is 86 miles tke shortest, and to
Chicago, is 89 miles the shortest, and 94 miles
less River Travel.
FARE AT ALL TIMESAS LOW AS BT ANT
OTHER ROUTE.
W Baggage checked from La Crosse to
Chicago, Suspension Bridge, Boston and New
York.
19" No Omnibus charges in Milwaukee or
Ask for Tickets via La Crosse, and by
no other.
SLEEPING CABS are run in the train
eaving La Crosse at 12.06 A.M.
EaT* Tickets tor Male by
ME3EROLE A MoLABEN,
Agents at Bed Wine.
I. C. GEOBGE, Local Agent, St. Paul.
JOHN CHAMBERLAIN. Traveling Agent
W. W. WILSON,
Gen. N. W. Agent.
May 28,'58. fotf
THE
OLD ESTABLISHED ROUTE
»,~ xnonTnx
NORTH-WEST TO CHICAGO, BOSTON,
NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS,
ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS,
AMD ALL PARTS OP THX EAST AND SOUTH.
Via DUNLEITH and
I in is Centra a a
TWO DA1LT EXPRESS TRAINS
Leave Dunleith on arrival of Steamers from
St. Paul and intermediate points.
T.45 A. M. ARRIVING at Chicago at 5. P.M.
Fulton 8.45 P. M., Burlington
6.55 P. M., (Juincy 9.60 P. M.,whiuh
St. Louis 4.00 A. M. Teere Haute
2.50 A. M., Indianapolis 5.25
A. M., Cincinnati 10.15 A. M..
CairoTO.85A. M., Memphis 37
hurs, New Orleans 59 hours,
Buffalo 81X hours, New York
47 hours, and Boston 50 hours
from Dunleith.
7.30 M. ARRIVING at Chicago 8.00 a.m
Rock Island 6.15 a. m., Burling
ton 6.55 a. m., Quincy 9.40 a.
St. Louis 3.80p. m., Terre Haute
4.00 p. m.. Indianapolis 7.00
p. m., Cincinnati 11.45 p. m.
Cairo 10.85 p. m., Memphis 37
hours. New Orleans 59 honrs,
Buffalo 31% hours. New l'ork
48)i hours, and Boston 60J£
hours from Dunleith.
TIME from RED WI O to ST. LOUIS
40 HOURS.
ELEGANT S E E I N CARS
Attached to all Night trains.
Passengers for St. Louis and intermediate
points will save from three to four days
In time over the river route 1
BAOOAOK CHECKED TO ALL IMPORTANT
POINTS.
The completion of the Bsilroad Lino from
Cairo South, offers an all rail route unrivalled
in point of time to Memphis, Vicksburgh and
New Orleans.
FARE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.This
POE THBOUOH TICKETS
Apply at the office of Meserole A McLaren on
the levee at Bed Wing, and at all important
Kints
on the river: also at the office at Dun
th.
W. P. JOHNSON,
Gen'l Passenger Agent, Chicago.
A. PRATT,
Gen'l Western Agent.
W. R. ARTHUR,
208tt Gen'l Superintendent, Chicago.
HE OLD ESTABLISHED
BOUTS TO THE EAST
Via Dunleith and Illinois Central and Galena
and Chicago Bailroade.
Trains leave Dunleith morning and evening
upon arrival of the Bailroad Packet
from St. Paul, running thro'
W I O A N S OF A S
Making direct connections with all of theorder
Eastern lines for Detroit, Toronto. Alba
ny.Cleveland, Montreal. New York,
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Boston,
And all cities and townsthroughout the East
and the Canadas.
E E A N S E E I N A S
Are run upon all Night Traina, an advantage
not enjoyed by any competing route.
BAGGAGE checked throughfrom Dnnleith to
all points East.
PASSXNOXBB wishing to go through withou
delay, should purchase
THROUGH TICKET S VI A N E I
Fare as low as by any First Class Boute.
For Through Tickets and information, apply
at the union Bailroad and Steamboat
Ticket Offices,.
P. 8. GOODWIN,
W. P. JOHNSON. Gen'l West'n Agent.
Gen'l PassAgent. Chicago.
MESEROLE A McLAREN,
Ticket Agents, Bed Wing, next door to Me
tropolitan Hotel.
EMOVAL! BEMOVAL! REMOVAL
E O A
O W N A E E
have removed their stock of
to their Brick Store on Main Street, heretofore
oceapied by 8. B. Foot.
Red Wing, June 18, t$€0. *9m*
BUB
0 I E S
ALEE*DY
SOLD.
COUNSELOR IN BUSINESS,
BT
FRANK CROSBY ox THX rniLADXLraxA BAX.
It Tells Ton How to draw up Partnership
Papers and gives General
forms for Agreements of all
kinds. Bills of Sale, Leasee
and Petitions.
It Tails Toa How to draw up Bonds and
M'Ttgsges,AfRdavits, Powers
of Attorney, Notes snd Bills
of Exchange, Receipts and
Releases.
Tells Toa The Laws for theCollection of
Debts, with the Statutes or
Limitation, and amount and
kind ofproperty exemptfrom
Execution in every Stem.
It Tells Toa How to mako an Assignment
properly,with forms forCom
position with Creditors, and
the Insolvent Laws of every
State.
It Tells Toa The legal relations existing'
between Guardianand Ward,
Master and Apprentice, snd
Landlord aad Tenant.
It Tells Toa What constitutes Libel and
Slander, and tha Law aa to
Martian Dower, the Wife's
Bight in Property, Divorce
and Almony.
It Tolls Too The Law for Mechanic,' Liana
in every Bute, and theNatu
ralization Laws ofthiacoun
try, and how to comply with
tho name.
It Tolls Tott The Law Concerning Pensions
and how to obtain one, and
the Pre-Emption Lava to
Public Lands.
It Tolls TOO The Law fot Patents, with
mode of procedure inobtain*'
ing one, with Interferences,
Assignments and Table of
Fees.
It Tolls Toa Bow to make yoar Will, and
how to Administer on aa
Estate, with the law and tha
requirement thereof in every
Sum.
It Tolls Tott The meaning of Law Terms in
general use, and explains to
you tha Legislative, Execu
tive and Judicial Powers of
both the General and State
Governments.
It Tolls Ton Bow to keep out of Law, by
showing how to do yonr bu
siness legally, thus saving a
vast amount of property,and
vexatious litigation, by its
timely consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, postage
tsid,Yto
EVEXT FAUKXR, EVXBT .MXCHANIO,
VM MAN or BUSINESS, and EVXBTBODT IN
EVEBY STATE, on receipt of fl .00, or in law
style of binding at ai.2&.
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prising men everywhere, in selling the above
work, as our inducements to all such are very
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For single copies ofthe Book, or for terms to
agents, with other information, apply to or
addresa JOHN E. POTTER. Publisher,
No. 617Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
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good through the entire chain of seven colleges.
CONSOLIDATION of Brsm A PtrattouV
Mercantile College" and Bell's Commerce
College," now conducted as one Institution
is the recipient of an extraordinary ant'
unprecedented patronage
Larmon Block, Corner Clsrk and Washingtt
Streets, CHICAGO.
B. BRTA».Tf......D. V. BKIL,.....B. STBATTOIs
Principals *nd Proprietors.
By this consolidation the collegiate conrra
thin institution is greatly enlarged and witl
the improvements which the business experi
ence of tbe Principals enables them coustantl*
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ia made greatly superior in all respects.
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At the late United States Fair in Chicaeo, foi
BBST BCSIMXSS PXXXAKSMF and for BXST BOOK
KKKPINO.
Departments of Bookkeeping and Accounts.
Organized and conducted npon tho COUNTING
Roox system, the Halls of study being nttsd
up with appropriate Counters, Desks, etc., as
in BXAL BrsiNBBs, and the atudent at once in
troduced to the practical workings and routine
of business as conducted in Banks, Counting
Rooms, Bailroad Offices, etc.
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By special arrangement with the Law Seho:
of the University of Chicago, the sessionso
which are held in our College Booms, our Stt
dents are privileged to attend all tre lecture
in this department, and to receive inetruetit.
in this important branch of the course, frox
the able, accompleshed and learned Professor
of tb* School and it sffords us much gratif
cation to be enabled to offer them those ax
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Nov. is, 1881. yl
O W A A S S O I A I O N
PHILADELPHIA.
A Benevolent Institution established by spec
ial Endowment, for tho Belief of tha Sick
aud Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and
Epidemic Diseases, andespeciallyfor theCure
Diseases of the BexuaiOrgans.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
ActingSurgeon,to all whoapply byletter, with
a discription oftheir condition,(age.oocupstion
habits of lire, eke.,) and in case ofextreme pov
erty,Medicines furnished free ofcharge.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Sopermatorhcea,
andother Diseases ofthe Sexual Organs,and anI
the NEW BEMEDIESemployed in the Dispen
ary, sent to the afflicted inseaied letter enve
ope, free of charge. Two or three Stamps fo
postage will be acceptable.
Address. DB. J. 8K1LLIN HOUGHTON..
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South Ninth Street, Philadelpha, Pa. By
of theDirectors.
GEO. FAIBCHILD, See. EZBAD. HEABT
WELL. Pros.,
STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE
TIIEsubscriberhasa
firstratsSteam Engine
of thirtyhorse nower,whi«h hewiii sell on
very iberaltermeif application be made soon
!--r WM.FBEEBORN,
Bed Wing, March 901888. S5tf.
A I 8 8 a O O
The Easter term willcommence on Monday,
the 9th of April, to continue 14 weake, in the
building, on Broadway nearly opposite th
Chillscn House.
This School being permanently established,
no pains will be spared to merit a continuance
of favor.
TERMS:
Primary, (fortermof weeks) $ 4,00*
Higher English, 1,00"
Classical, ,,'«• T,0a
Modern Languages, (Extra) 4,00
Music, (Miss H. Kellogg. Teacher) 18,00
A
P- DORSET, Teacher.
Bed Wing, Dae. 10,1880. 17s-tf
FOR SALE.
STORE HOUSE,with the lot oa whiel it
stands, near Gould's Landing, Waco* a,.
Terms favorable—title guaranteed. Inqi.ro'
of B. BULLABD,
'-.• 'Wacoota,'*-
Or C0LVI1L ex HAMILTON,
Red Wing.
Waeoetn, May 14, *8t. 14f-8a

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