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*r HE hAS s Cured Thousands Given »Up to Die np DORAN Next egular professional visit to REDWOOD FALLS. Tuesday, March 10th, at HOTEL LAKEVIEW. Returning every month. Consult him while the opportunity is at hand. lilt. LHiKAX has no superior in diagnos' ing and treating diseases and deformities. He will give $50 for an}' case that he cannot tell the disease and where located.in five minutes All cural/le medical and surgical diseases acute and chronic catarrh, and Special Dis eases of the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. J^unc: Disease. Early Consumption, Bron chitis. Bronchial Catarrh, Constitutional Catarrh. Dyspepsia. Sick Headache.Stomach and Bowel Troubles, llheuinatism. Neural gia. Sciatica, Brtght's Disease, Diabetes. Kidnev. Liver, Bladder. Prostaic and Fe male Diseases. Dizzines-s. Nervousness. In digestion. Obesity. Interrupted Nutrition. Slow (irowth in Onildren. and all wasting disease in adults. Many cases of Deafness. Kinging in the Ears. Loss ot Eyesight. Cat aract. Cross Eves. Etc.. that "have been im properly treated or neglected, can be easily restored. Deformities.Clt.b Peet.Curvature of the Spine. Disease of the Brain. Paraly sis. Epilepsy. Heart Disease. Dropsy. Swefl ng of the Limbs, Stricture, Open Sores.Pain n the Bones. rainular Enlargements and all long standing diseases properiv treated. Young, middle-age I and old. single or mar ried ineil. and all who suffer from lost man hood. nervous debility, spermatorrhoea, remmal lo-ses. sexual iecay, failing memo rv. weak eyes, stunted development, lack of energv. Impoverished "blood, pimples imped iments to marriage: also blood and skin dis eases. Svpnillis. Eruptions. Hair Falling, ne Pains. Swellings. Sore Throat. TTleers, e.tects of Mercury, Kidney and Bladder troubles. Weak Rack, burning Urine, pass erine tdo often. Gonnorroboe'a.Gleet. Strict rre. receive searching treatment, prompt •uelief and cure for life Cancers, Tumars, Goiter, Fistula, Files, Varicocele and enlarged glands, with the subcutaneous inlertion method, absolutely without pain and without the loss of a drop of blood, is one of his own discoveries, and is the moil r«-e.!' W cwtain!} niire cure of the .lineteenth century. No-in curable cases taken. Consultation to those interested, *100. DRs. nOKAN & CO.. Minneap'--!i«. Minn. Boston Block HERE'S A SUGQESITON. When you want a firsl-class daily newspaper One that excels in Northwest news: One that spares no pains to fcet the e n o t: world, and orint it first: One wnose commercial and financial news and market reports are admitted to be One that Ts fearless and. fair in its editorial discussion of live topics—republi can but independent: One that contains Bart's cartoons, the Journal Junior—a weekly paper for children without extra cost Jermane's liaflr Washington correspondence, and many other notable features peculiar to that paper. The/e is only one thing for you to do and that is to subscribe for HE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, The Journal for three months and a splendid map of the State ot Minnesota and the world for $ 1.00.* •ORTHBRN WISCONSIN UAILWAT FARM T»AHD8 FOR SALE. Settlers' Low Rates West. Via the North-Western Lines. Colonist one-way tickets at very low rates every day during March and April to Colorado. Utah. Montana. Nevada, Idaho, Oregon, Washing ton. California. Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster. Nelson. Rossland and other points in Kootenay District. Also special round-trip Homeseekers' ticketsottfirst and third Tuesdays in March, April and May. For all particulars apply to agents Chicago •ad Korth-Western Rv. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS &C. Jlnvone pending a sketch and description may ntiliPkly aseortiiin our opinio'! iree whet her an invention in probiibly pfitentiihio. Communica tions strict lyeoiitldetitial. HANDBOOK o" Patent# eeot free. Oldest agency for deruring patents. PaU'nts taken through Muun MUNN & tic Co. receive special notice without cliar«e. in tlie Scientific American. A h.-iitiii .-ip nii:-tr iti"'d weekly. T..irc«ft clr i!s v H-ientitle journal. 'IVrmH.tS a voiir t. i-tioTit iis. |U Sold by ull newsdealers. Co.3eiBroadWasliiuiiioii. .wa,'New York jpl-.'.ni'ii.. (i'J5 .St., I. C.^ V-* an»"~ .c'V'-"Y a/Y* There.will be a separate company in each State through which the line will puss. These will be merged later iuto a general com pany, with a capitalization of many millions. John Y. Gates is one of the finan ciers whpse names have already been identified with the new enter prise which will revolutionize traffic from the head of the lakes to the gulf. For many mouths work has been in progress on the plans of the company, but the utmost secre cy has been preserved by those in terested in the gigantic deal. Preliminary organizations have already been formed in Minnesota, Iowa, and Indian Territory, and are in process of formation in the other States through which the line will pass. For the Minnesota com pany, of which W. D. Washburn of Minneapolis is at the head, articles of agreement and an application for a charter have been drawn up and signed. Financiers of St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth are repre sented among the signers. A meeting of the representatives of the Minnesota company was held in the Nicollet hotel, Minneapolis, within a mouth, at which progress was reported. Judge Porter of El dorado, la., who is the legal adviser of the men back of the projected company, has been making a trip over the couotry through which the railroad will run, and has been holding consultations with eastern financiers who will be interested in the company. Judge Porter has made.two visits to St Paul during thelasttwo weeks and his reports concerning the southern end of the project have all been of the most satisfac tory nature. One terminal of the line will be in Duluth, and the other in a city of the Gulf of Mexico. The line will pass through the Twin Cities, DesMoines, points io Kan sas aud Indian Territory, touching at St. Louis, Dallas and Houston. Primarily the line will be designed for the carrying of freight at a less rate than can be secured from steam roads, but later on passenger cars will be put on. .. i.'- •-vw THE POPULAR IIOIDUP, (&r 1 SMfl# ,c Redwood Gazette BY AIKEN & SCHMAHL WEDNESDAY. MAR. 11. 1903. FROM LAKE TO GULF. Double Track Electric Line is Projected by Leading Capitalists. St. Paul id the center of negotia tions involving a .^TO,000,000 l^aft way project. The plan is to construct a double track freight and passenger line from Duluth through the Twin Cit ies, through Iowa via DesMoines, and on to the Gulf of Mexico. Prom ineut St. Paul and Minneapolis men have already signed the applk-aiion for a charter. Details of the plan have been con sidered at a i meeting held at the Nicollet hotel. Among the Minne sota men who n*i identified with the plan are Thos. Lowry, Cal. Goodrich. W. D. Washburn, F. M. La row ay and Clark & Co. The road will be known as the Texas, Iowa and MTrnntnsots' £}k.'CtrTC r*»mpaTry. and will have among ils oflicuils several Minnesota men. Dwellers in cld towns get their guns. —Chicago Tribune linm Am —»a -i A\ FORTY YEARS I AGO. One of Ifie Thrilling' Tragedies the Sioux Indian Outbreak. The St. Paul Dispatch, from Sat urday tc Saturday,-v,is publishing excerpts from St. Paul pape's of forty years ago. On Saturday Feb. 1'Sth last, it published the folkwing items pertaining to the Indian and military operations in this seition: One of the thrilling tragedies of the Sioux outbreak is relattd by Mrs. Huggins, who, with hef two little children, Letta, aged four and Charlie, aged two/ have bet|n re cently released from captivity: Mr. and Mrs. Huggins and Miss Julia Laframboise were employed l.y the government as teachers for tl eDa kotas at Lac qui Parle. On Aug. 19th, the day after the outbreak, three Indians from .Red Iron village appeared, each carrying a gnn and seemed quite friendly. Abou 'four o'clock, when Mr. Huggins»r ned from the field, be was at onr- shot dead. The women and Hi ireo were then driven away mder threat of a.like fate. Each currying a child they fled to The next day they i-rossed the river to the home Mr. Lorgee. Here they first heard of the massa cres at the Lower Agency. That evening Miss Laframboise's broth er came up from below, dressed like an Indian, and disguising his sister as a squaw, took her away with him. After Julia had gone. Mrs. Huggins went back to Walk ing Spirit's village, two Indian women carrying the children. Walk ing Spirit and his wife were very kind to the little family and proved real friends in need. When there were strangers about they were hidden in a tent that stood by the house. After some six weeks word came that the white soldiers w-ere a'pproachiug. The Indians became alarmed and started for the North. Mrs. Huggins was in constant fear that Little Crow or some of the northern. Indians would overpower Walking Spirit and take her to a worse captivity. After traveling for five days Mrs. Huggings was gladdened by the appearance of some of her old friends—friendly Indiaus—who have been sent by Col. Sibley to bring the captives to Camp Release, where they stayed two weeks and regained their health and strength. Capt. McCoy's company, stationed at Sauk Center, has been ordered to Fort Abercrombie to help receive the Indians who are exoecied to attack that place soon. Three companies of the Sixth Min nesota are enroute to Glencoe, while at Fort Snelling the soldiers, many of whom are citizens of St. Paul, made such frequent applications for furloughs to visit the city that it was thought best to make a trans fer to Glencoe. The Second Minnesota battery, Cant. W. A. Hotchkiss, received high reward from the commanding officer at the recent battle of Mur feesboro. When it seemed that all hope was gone, the men, under a destructive fire, and surrendered by the enemy, saved not only them selves but succeeded in jvithdraw ing all the guns of the battery to a place of safety. Special mention is made of Lieut. Albert Woodbury, sou of Hon. Dwight Woodbury of the State senate. ATTORN tux 8. GEO.W. SOMERVJLJCJT. t. m. oism. gOMERVILLE & OLSEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Sleepy Eye, Minn. gOWfiRS & HOWARD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office Block. REDWOOD FALLS, MISS. Collections given special attention. C. DOLLIFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Central Drug Store IfcgDwooD FALLS. MINK. AR. A. LYAUDON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MUNICIPAL JUDGE, D.EUTSCHER Redwood Falls. Minnesota ^LBERT HAUSER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Deutcher Advokat. Morgan, Minnesota PHYSICIANS. P. GIBSON M. D. PHYSICIAN 1ND SURGEON. Offlce at Residence, oorner 4th and Mill St p. ilia promptly answered, day or nijrht Tele phone No. 55. w JI Iriendlyln- M. CORPKON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Moles, bfrth marks, superfluous hair, a..d other facial blemishes removed by electrol ysis. Offlce—In Houghmaster's Offlce Building. Residence—First nouse back of court house, formerly occupi^'" "y A. E. Clark. Telephone—Office No. 6, residence No. 186. REDWOOD FAI,I,S, MINN. JJ E. SCHLEGEL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON Offlce in Offlce Block. REDWOOD FALI.S. MINN. [)B 3. W. A. PALM Kit. PHYSICIAN AND SURGJV N", OflJoe over l'ost-offlce Office hours 8 to 9 a. ni.. 1 to 3 p. m. and 7 to S p. m. Sundays. 12 to 1 p. m. deuce.on Mtn St.. Berlwooil Falls, Minn w, E. BELT, M. 1). PHYSK'iAX AND SnWKON'. Offlce—Room No. 'J. Granite Block, over Hitchcock's drug store. Residence at rill Tibbetts'. TT-lephone—Office No. 82 Kesi dence No. R7-3. Calls will receive prompt attention. DENTIST. FW. BIRCH, DENTIST Successor to E. L. Hawes. Will visit adjoining towns on M. & St. road the first ten days of each month. Office in Offlce Block. REDWOOD FAI,#S. MINN. City Dray Line. 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HARRIOTT. piERCE & HARRIOTT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offlce over PostofRre, Superior Patent Process Floui*. Redwood Falls Electric Light Plont In connection. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE 'Paid tor good Milling v WHEAT CASH OR TRADE, At our Elevator, east of Redwood Hirer bridge. Feed Department We pay special attention to the needs olfarmers in this department y Whether you want to grind your own feed or make exchange or cash deals, you can find wath you need here. A. C. BURMEISTER. PROPR1ETOR. Y O N E S Tornadoes. •™T Gang and Sulky WORLDS/ IEATRS. 1 fe-rr-'•!»'jr.• k. -JK1 HE PASSING OF THE PhN The Smith e i e Typewriter —Is the pen s most desirable and legitimate successor. Does the work of all and better than any. Besides, it lasts. BEAUTIFUL CATALOGUE FREE The* Smith Premier ^Typewriter Company. i 136 East Sixth Street, St. Paul, Minn. DAILY EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA Through first-class and Tourist Sleeping Cars to points In California and Oregon every day In the year. S PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS EVERY WEEK. LOWEST RATES, SHORTEST TIME ON THE ROAD, FINEST SCENERY, VARIABLE ROUTES. You can leave home any day in the week and travel in tourist cars on fast trains through to the coast. For descriptive pamphlets and full information inquire of nearest agent. Chicago & North-Western Railway. G&Zette GlVCS ws.