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Try it for DIPHTHERIA and CROUP
Try It for DIPHTHERIA and CROUP
It Never fails to give SATISFACTION.
lold by all Druggists. PRICE 50 Cts. and SI.OO
,o to K. Schubert & Son’s for Mrs. Freeman's New National Dyes, For brightness and durability
celor are uuequaled. Color from 2to 5 pounds, Price, 15 cents.
THIS NEW AND CORRECT MAP
Proves beyond any reasonable question that the
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R’Y
Is by all odds the best road for you to take when traveling in either direction between
Chicago and all of the Principal Points in the West, North and Northwest.
Carefully examine this Map. The Principal Cities of the West and Northwest sro Stations
on this road. Its through trains make close connections with the trains of all railroads at
junction points.
THE CHICAGO &, KOBTH-WESTERH RAILWAY,
Overall of its principal lines, runs eaoh way daily from two to four or more FastExnresa
Trains. It is tac only road west of Chicago that uses the
PULLMAN HOTEL DINING CARS.
It is the only road that rum Pullman Sleeping Cars North or Northwest of Chicago. 11 has
nearly 3,0<)0< MITjES OF ROAD. It forms the following Trunk Lines :
Conncil Bluffs, Denver & California Line.” “Winona, Minnesota & Central Dakota Line.”
4 bioux C ity.Nor. Nc-biiiska&Nankton Line.” “Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis Line.
Illinois, Freeport & Dubuque Line.” “Milwaukee, Green Bav & Lake Superior Lino.”
Canadas ° ver roa d are sold by all Coupon Ticket Agents fn the United Slates and
Remember to ask for Tickets via this road, be sure they read over it, and take none other.
HARVIN lILGHITT, GenT Manager, Chicago. W. 11. STKXNKTT, GenT Puss. Agent, Chicago.
ITou Can fßim Miles
TT.T.rKTOTa, WISCONSIN, IOWA, MINNESOTA and DAKOTA,
OVER THE ROADS OF THE
IIIOABO, MILWAUKEE £ St. PAUL R’Y GO.,
u'ithout doubling on your tracks. This magnificent system reaches almost erery important TOWN, CITY
and. SUMMEK RESORT in the GKEAT NORTHWEST. It includes the only Through
unbroken lines owned by any ore Company, lietweea Chicago, Milwaukee, St.
Paul and Minneapolis, and forms with ns connections rhe picturesque
MISSISSIPPI VALL,EY HOUTE,
Between St. Louis and Northern Minneapolis. It also includes Through Routes between
ALL the Terminal Points shown upon this Map, wi'-h ample passenger train service upon each.
Mi*
0" Ecmsm'bsr, tlds Company O'WITS all Roads s&oto a’bcre in heavy lines.
Ileference to the Official Railway Guides or the Time Tables published by the Company, will show that the
C., M. & St. P. can take you in its Splendid Passenger Trains, at Express Speed, over its own Superb Tracks,
FROM almost anywhere TO almost anywhere in the Five Great States named above.
ITS ROAD-BED, SUPERSTRUCTURE and EQUIPMENTS COMBINE ALL MODERN
IMROVEMENTS, AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR
It runs its own MAGNIFICENT SLEEPERS upon all Through Trains, and its own PARLOR,
CAdtS—the finest in the world.
Its B -VILF.OAD HOTELS and DINING HALLS are noted for their superior excellence.
While it connects the prominent Business Centres of the Northwest, it has also upon its lines more Health
and Pleasure Resorts and greater Scenic Attractions than any o her system ofroads upon the continent.
Its Magnificent New Union Depot, on Madison, Canal and Adams Strce’s, Chicago, is the most elegant
and cummouius Passenger Station in the United States.
It i- conceded by the Traveling Public, to be in all things, THE LEADING LINE.
S. 8, MERRILL, W. C. VAN HORNE, A. V. H, CARPENTER, J. H. PAGE,
Gen’l Manager. Gcn’l Superintendent. Gen’ 1 Pass and Ticket Agt. Ass’t Gen’l Pass.Agt>
To Carpenters and Builders,
J, FORNCROOK & CO,
Manufacturers of Bee Hives, Step
Ladders, Adjustable Ironing Tables,
Lawn Chairs, &c.
We are prepared to make all kinds
of
WINDOW & DOOR FRAMES,
CASINGS & STORE FRONTS.
Also the latest styles of Mouldings.
(Jive Us a€&&&•
West Water St., Opposite Engine
House, No. 2., i Block North of
Ham Street* Watertown, Wk.
To \rrrons nfir-rers—The Great European Rem
edy—Dr. J. ft. Simpson's Specllir,Mcdiclne.
Dr. J. B. Him{on’s Specific Medicine is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotency. weak
ness and all diseases resulting from self-abuse,
as nervous debility, irritability, mental anxiety,
languor, lassitude, depression of spirits and
functional derangements of the nervous system
generally. Pain in the back or side, loss of
memory, premature old ace and diseases that
lead to C< * BKFOB2. AFTER.
ter bow shatter- 1
ed the system. f
may be from S 3 T4jfeia
excesses of any
kind, a short. * y~
course of this medicine will restore the lost fun
tious and procure health and happiness where
before was despondency and gloom. The Spc
citic Med'eiue is being used with wonderful u-
OSN.
Pamphlets sent fra# to all. Write for them and
get full particulars.
Price. Specific. fI.OO par package, or fix pack
ages for $5.00. Will be sent by mail on receipt
of moaev. Add rasa all orders.
J. I*. SIMPSON'S MKDICIWE CO.,
Noa. 104 and 1M Main Bt.. Buffalo. If. T.
Bold in Watertown By *.. U, Barks, Dmggtnt.
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healthy color and easy flow of urine. It can be
taken at all times, In all climates, without injury
to the system. It contains positive diuretic
properties and will not nauseate. Unlike
any other preparation for Kidney difficulties,
It has a very pleasant and agreeable taste
and flavor. Ladies especially will like it, and
Gentlemen will find KIDNEGEN the best Kid
ney Tonic for its purposes ever used !
UnTIOIT I Each label has the Signature of
HU I lift i LAWRENCE & MARTIN, and
every bottle has a Government Revenue Stamp
(with our name), which permits KIDNEGEN to
be sold as a Proprietary article(without license)
by DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and other Dealer*
everywhere.
Put up in Quart Size Bottles. Price $l.OO,
LAWRENCE Sc MARTIN, Proprietor*,
CHICAGO, ILL.
Sold by DRUGGISTS and GENERAL.
DEALERS Everywhere.
F Agent* Wanted for Ike Enlarge*
Pictorial edition of A
OOL’S ERRAND.iI
The Greatest Romance of American History tinceUn
cie Tom’s Cabin, to which i* added.by the same authoi
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and social study since ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin.*" —Bos
ton Courier. “If this book don’t move men, the*
we hare mistaken the American people.'*— Chioag*
Inter-Ocean, “Could it be read by every man ant
woman in the natron a great and needed lesson would
be taught.”— Roscok Conkling. “ Very valuable. J
hope it will be widely read." —James A. Garfield.
Selling at the rate of 1,00 0 a day.
Territory rapidly taken. For particulars, write at one*
to WESTON HULBERT, 318 State Street, Chicago, Hi
, • y . - •' a > ~~v* Mr*
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How Lost, bow Restored.
Just published, anew edition of I>r ( '•ivtr.
w• UN Ksany on the radical cure of Speiina
torrhoea or seminal weakness, involuntary sem
inal losses, impoteney, n ental and physical in
capacity, impediment- to marriage, etc.; a’so.
consumption, epilepsy : nd tits, induced by self
indulgenee o: s< xuul extravagm ce. Ac.
The celebit,ted author, in this adnihable Es
say, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the slanting ci i.se
quences of self-abuse may be i: • 11 y cured;
pointing out a mode o cine at (-uesimple, cer
tain and effectual, by means rf which every
sufferer, no matter v.hst his c< ndition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, piivatelr and radi
cally. •
T4SsT*This lecture should he in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Send under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address post paid, <>u receipt of six cents r two
postage stamps. We have also a sure cure for
Tape Worm. Address
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.
14 Aan St. New Yrk, N. Y. Tost Office Box 4586
New Advertisements.
BUCK’S PA7 EKT
The best Shot-Gun made: Single Breech
Loader; Fine Steel Barrel: 16 or 20 Guage;
Powerful Shooting: Self-Cck ng; Twenty Shots
a Minutes. Sent nicely boxed, express paid, to
any address upon receipt of Sl4.
HENRY A. BUCK,
Manufacturer, Clucopte, Mass,
VntlfHr llpii Learu Telegraphy: Earn $lO to
lwuu 1 'SIOO a mouth, Graduates guar
anteed nuyine offices. Address Valentine Bros.,
Janesville, Wis.
TO ADVKKfINEIW!—Lowest rates for advertis
ing in 1,060 good newspapers sent free. Ad
dress Geo. P. Rowell & Cos., id Spruce St., N. Y
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1 JST. M. DOWKS 9 |
m TZQZTASLX BALSAMIC
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* Has stood the test for fifiU'~t*c& I
| years and has proved itself the oeet
a remedy known for the cure of •*
I Consumption, Cou£h®, 1
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H Plate w*.. Wc., #l.eo i.vc wvk,
THE GREAT
KIDNEY
REGULATOR
AKD
DIURETIC
Is highly recommend*
ed and unsurpassed for
Foul Kidneys,
Dropsy,
Gravel,
Bright’s Disease
or any Obstruc
tions, arising
from KIDNEY
or BLADDER
Diseases, Loss of
Energy, and De
bility. Also for
Blood and Kid
ney Poisoning,
in Infected ma
larial sections,
ty By the distilla
tion of a FOREST
LEAF with JUNI
PER BERRIES and
BARLEY MALT
we have discovered
KIDNEGEN, which
acts specifically on
the Kidneys and Uri
nary Organs, remov
ing deposits In ths
bladder and any
straining, smarting
heat or irritation in
the water passages,
giving them strength,
vigor and causing a
'MU ipii f k
t w
levels lor the Coufsideralion of’
Property Owners*.
TLe Insurance Company of North
merica,of Phil delphia, was c.. blished
in 794 and has had over cars ofprac
ical experience, during all oi which time
it has paid 1 <>o cents on the dollar
The Insurance Company of North
America, of Philadelphia possesses ac
tual cash assets to the amount off 7,30 ),
936 26. all of w hich is available for fire
losses
The Insurance Company of North
America, of Philadelphia has a net sur
plus over all labilities of $ :,4;>4,99L42;
that is, the company could reinsure all ot
its risks, return its capital to stockholders
and have this amount, left.
r lhc Insurance Company of North
America, of Philadelphia conduc ts its im
mense business at an expense of less than
- 1 ' per cent on its income, being a lower
ratio than that of any ot its competitors,
the average being over 4 per cents.
The Insurance Company of Noith
America, ot Philadelphia, has an income
of over SVM)u.Mm 00 per annum, being the
largest ol any similar institution by over
s&poou,coo.
The Insurance Company of North
America ot Philade phia, has paid for
losses, since organization,over sf)U.ooo,o< o.
ihe Insurance Company of North
America, of Philadelphia, issues a plain
and sitnph- policy, containing no technical
conditions, and meets- all honest losses in
a spirit of commercial honor piomptness
and liberality.
The Insurance Company of North
America, ot Philadelphia is an agency
company. It has been in the field a great
many years, and never abandons an agen
cy where a foothold is once obtained.
The Insurance Company of North
America, ot Philadelphia insures none
but the best classes of property, making
specialities of Dwellings, Farm Property,
Public Buildings, Brick Stores, and Mocks,
and productive Manufacturing establish
ments.
fhe Insurance Company of North
America, of Philadelphia, does an exclus
ively cash business, receiving cash for its
contracts, and paying cash'when losses oc
cur.
Ask for a Policy in this Old and Re
liable Company.
Wm. L. NORRIS,
Agent lor the city of Watertown ami vicinity
office in Cole's New Building, ltd lloor, corner
Main and 2d Streets.
Policies wril.cn in lids old and reliable com
pany on short notice and favorable terms.
I he Inter Ocean For 1881.
Daily, Semi-Weekly, and Weekly.
In presenting the prospectus ofThe Inter Ocean
tor the year "’.SSI, it is scarcely necessary to re
mind the people of the Northwest that the paper
has been, from the date of its establishment, pre
eminent as an exponent of stalwart Republican
ism, and in advance of all others in promulgat
ing that system of political ethics which has as
its foundation tlie idea of humanity in politics,
it is not the advocate of coldly conceived theo
ries, hut the champion of ideas warm with the
blood ot struggling and bleeding humanity. As
siieh it is read and known of all men.
It is not necessary to say that The Inter Ocean
has never deserted the platform or piinciples on
which it began the light fur the rights of the citi
zen or its work in the interests of the people,but it
is gratifying to know that the Republican paity
hascorue finally to stand squarely on this stalwart
plat. ol in, and that in thus moving forward the
1 party leaders have acknowledged that the posi
tion ot The Inter Ocean, taken years ago, was
correct. This is, to The Inter Ocean, the hearti
est and most emphatic indorsement of its policy
and the most effective testimony as to the value
of its influence, and the quality of its leadership.
The influence of this leadership was never
more apparent, nor the hold The Inter Ocean
has on earnest Republicans was nevermore forc
ibly illustrated than during the last Presidential
campaign. Through the campaign the earnest
ness. loyalty, and enterprise of the paper were
everywhere recognized as important factors in
determining the result, and its status as the
leading Republican journal of the Northwest
was fixed beyond dispute.
In view of these facts, it is only necessary to
say that The Inter Ocean will maintain this posi
tion by the straight-forward course
that has made it so many friends among Repub
licans everywhere, and that has given it a repu
tation for courageous fairness and journalistic
zeal and enterprise.
It will insist on a party policy essentially stal
wart. believing that the interests of all sections
and the welfare of all classes will be best con
served by a close adherence to the fundamental
principles ot Republicanism,
It will maintain its present attitude in favor ot
protecting American industry against the pauper
labor and concentrated capital of the old world
and will be foremost in the light on any new
questions that may be sprung on the Republican
party.
The Inter Ocean will discuss all public ques
tions fairly and fearlessly: it will give the news
accurately and fully, supplementing it with in
telligent and fair-minded comment! it will main
tain its high standard in State, Washington, and
foreign correspondence, and will continue to
devote special attention to departments having
reference to home affairs.
“The Curiosity Shop,” “Woman’s Kingdom,”
and “Farm and Home” havegrown better with
; each succeeding year, and the conscientious ef
fort that gave them their improvement.
The Veterinary department, in charge of a
practical veterinary surgeon, will be made of
special value to horsemen and stock-growers.
In the department of fiction the best serials
have been secured, and these will appear in con
nection with short stories and sketches.
The market reports taking in financial and
commercial news and discussion of trade topics,
will he made full and reliable, giving special at
tention to matters in which the merchants,
stock-growers, and farmers of the Northwest have
a direct interest.
The Weekly Inter Ocean will give the news of
each weak complete, preventing important mat
ters in detail, and condensing minor news in
such a way as to not obscure or weaken any
statement of fact. The weekly will be, in short,
more comprehensive in character and scope
than any other political or general newspaper in
the country.
In addition to all other departments mention
ed in connection with the weekly, the semi
weekly will continue its educational department
under the present able editor.
Believing that. The Inter Ocean contributed
not a little to Republican success in the last cam
paign, the proprietors have no hesitation in ask
ing the stalwarts of the country to aid them in
widening its held of influence. The wbolesome
ness and effectiveness of the influence of such a
paper have been demonstrated beyond dispute.
Republicans interested in maintaining the integ
rity and esprit de corps of the party are interested
in increasing the circulation of those papers that
contribute most to the desired ends. Among all
such papers The Inter Ocean stands first.
There is no variation in the prices of the vari
ous editions. The Inter Ocean is the cheapest
paper—considering the amount of reading mat
ter furnished and its high character as a journal
—published in the country.
Daily Inter Ocean, One Year, Pos
tage Paid $lO 00
&emi-Weekly Inter Ocean, One
Year Postage Paid 2 50
Weekly Inter Ocean, One Year
Postage Paid 1 15
Sample Copies Sent Free on Application.
Address THE INTER OCEAN,
Ch iago.
To Lovers of Flowers.
The largest and finest assortment |of Pot and
Bedding Plants ready for sale now at moderate
prices. Roses a speciality.
Watertown Hybrid Nursery, corner of Second
and Green Streets, near Main Street.
28tl CHARLES T. LOTZ.
CifSCi a week In your own town. Terms and
VvU $5 outfit free. Address H- Haliett A
Cos.. Portland, Maine.
Wm. L. NOBBIS
INSURANCE AGENT.
Represents the following reliable cora
pauies; Ingnrnoce Company ol
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*VIt 5 Ain FI EL S> FK JR F
asicl MARINE,
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Snsiirnncr ( oinpasiy
of V. S.
Office in Cole's Now block, cor. of Main and 2d
streets.
ElProflta/ble and Permanent flops
mploymen |
FOR EITHER SEX.
KXCLIbIVE TEIiKITOKY GIVKN TO AGENTS
DEALEK> OU PEDDLERS.
To show that our goods will sell on their merits
we will allow any agent, dealer or peddler to re
turn any part of their first order remaining un
sold after GO days to ns, and will refund money
{ for same. There is no article like it in the
United States, and it will sell in nearly every
family. Secure the sale or agency of it at once,
and go to work. Address for terms, WKLt’OWE
I’ii'KNKU bAM r UUhISG COM!"!., Box 1502,
PIYTSIU'BGII, PA.
# ACORN STOVES.
GET THE BEST!
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FOE
OPERATION.
ECONOMY,
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements and Conveniences found in
no others.
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C POPULAR EVERYWHERE.#
For Sale in Every City and Tews
in tho United States.
D. d£ 3T. Ktf&Eli,
Agents, Watertown, Wis.
1881-37th YEAR.
Eclectic Magazine
OF
Foreign Literature, Science, and Art.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
The Eclectic Magazine reproduces from
foreign periodicals all those articles which
are valuable to American readers. Its
field ( f seb ction embraces all the leading
Foreign reviews, Magazines, and Jour
nals. and the ta-tes of all classes of read
ers are consulted in the articles present
ed. It- {da" includes Science. Essays,
Reviews. Sk t* hes, Travels, Poetry,
Novels Short St< nes etc., etc.
With flie numb'r for January, 1831,
the Eclectic Magazine will be enlarged
'o such an extent as will give about
Two Hundred Fuses of additional read Ins-matter
darlus (he you*.
This increase oi space will afford the
opportunity no merely fo i- an increased
quantity but lor a much gieater variety
of reading-matter; and the publisher
confidently promises tha* the opportunity
hall be so utilized that the Kclectic will
h( more valuable , more readable , and
more satisfactory than ever bejo e. The
same pains will be taken as hitherto to
exclude articles which = re trivial in char
ade , or of merely transient interest; but
larger space will b - assigned to articles
of popular and entertaining cast, and
with ample materials of the bed quality
at command, the KCLECTIC ivill be
made ihe Ideal Family Magazine.
The following iff of contributors to the
periodicals irorn winch the Eclectic is
selected will give some idea ot the value
of its contents: Rt. Hon. W. E. Glad
stone, Alfred Tennyson, Professor Huxley
Professor Tyndall* Richard A Proctor,
B. A., T Norman Lockyer F. R. b , Hr.
W B. Carpenter, E. B Tylor, Prof Nax
Muller, Prof. Owen, Matthew Arnold. E.
A. Freeman, U. C. L , James Anthony
Froude, Thomas Hughes, Anthony Trol
lope, Wm. Black, Mrs Oliphant, Turge
nieft' Miss Thackeray etc.
jtf&TThe English feriodicals are the
great storehouse from -which are drawn
many of the best and most popular books of
the time The Eclectic reprints this mate
rial fresh from the authors' hands , and at
a price for lower than it costs in book-fornv
TEEMS: Single copies, 45 cents:
one copy, one year, S5; five copies, $2O.
Trial subscription for three months, $l.
The Eclectic and any $4 magazine to one
address, $8 Postage free to all sub-
E. R FELTON, Publisher,
25 Bond Street , New York,
1 11 immmsi ra|
reader of this paper a splendid Imitation bold
Watch and Chula far |B. A 10 Seren Shot bald
Maaated Repairer far ftS 26. 1 Caatpltrie Set af
Shake* parc’B Warka huaaaaaely haaadaadllia*-
trated, far 12. Fair Seta af heaatlftl
Jtvelry (all diiferent) far (5 eeata. Or we will
•end all four for 12. This offer will only last
and urine tha holidays, and it made for tha pur
puaa af introducing our goods, trder
Addraai, V. ft. MAJtft FACTlllMft AIT. lift
ftMlthftaftd ftL, PUWkarth. fa. MHD Mlft
WATERTOWN
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
PUBLIC HALLS.
Turner Hall, Louis Kefir, Agent, 4th streetTTwo
blocks south of Main street.
Music Hall, A. E. Miller, Agent, 2d street, two
blocks north of Mainjitreet.
BANKS.
Wisconsin National Bank. Organized in 1865,
Capital $60,000, Main street, west side of the
river.
Bank of Watertown, Organized in 1554, Capital
$50,000, cor, of Main and Ist streets.
LAWYERS:
Hall & Skinner, Attorneys and Counselors at
Law, office over Wisconsin National Bank.
Harlow Pease, Attorney at Law, office, corner of
Main and 3d streets.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. W F. Whyte, Physician and Surgeon, office
cast of Postoffice.
‘S' Physician and Surgeon, office
over Bank of Watertown.
T h y sician an d Surgeon, office cor.
of Ist and Main streets.
office Physician and Surgeon,
stmet. y leW block: Residence Clyman
DENTISTS. ~~
Albert Solliday Dentist, office Noack’TTtoTTk
cor. Main and Second streets. ’
i7 p g ostoffice° eldner ’ e^Tof
HOTELS. ~
I.indon House, J. Lindon, Prop’r., cor. West
W ater and Main streets.
| ~DRY~GQQDS.
i fiat* & Brandt, dealers in Dry Goods and Gro
| cenes, corner of Sd and Main streets.
I Cos., dealers in
groceries, .id street, one block south of Mafn
t G. S. Echempf & Cos., dealers in
Groceries and Crockery. Main faoOds ’
_ MILLINERS.
street, east
merchant taTlors. ~
Ta “° Cl< ’ thi *S
grocers;
Thirtl?^te f * lere 1,1 Groceri^rTia
A. & G. Gamm, dealers in~ Groceries Crocked
Jourand Feed, corner of 4th and Main Streets
Soco ' ,d
hXr D W AR
D. &F. Kiisci. dealers in all kinds of self and
bridge. KardWßre ’ Maln street ’ Avest en(i ofthe
__JEWKf.kk<
W. D. Sproesser, Jeweler. Main troPt~
door o-Btendof
side
ggenhorR ’ Jeweler - cor - Main and Ist
” druggists.
wx-MMck Cb^nist > Maiillfaggt,
“ and PharmacisTs,
7 PHQTOGRAPITers~
J< SSin.fe l
LOOKS!GRES. '
Store ’ corner of Maln
'rSKI* 1 * Bl,lder - -' iilnstre . of
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LI VERA' STABLEST *
jwtho* 1 Misr ry ai,d K ° ar<i ' r - st * we nt st.,
N. Humphrey’s l ivery and Boarding Stable 2d
street, two blocks south of Main. 8 ’
boots <l shoes. 5
Anton Schumacher, Boot and Shoe dealer
Street, 2d street North of Main. er ’
K Ma?n r sSeet aUße? dealers in BootslSdShHes,
1 Mainstreet? 8, B ° ot and Sh ° e d^aler > No - 120
BLACKSMITHS.
\S m. E. Evans’ West side Shoeing Shop, opposite
Woodard Stone’s steam bakery
LUMBER YABDS ~
°\\wwT be f Yard> J - Weber & Son, Prop’rs,
__W est W atcr street, opposite Empire Mills. P
W J?iJ own I : u , rnber Yard, Hamlin & Ford Pro'
pnetors, at the Milwaukee Depot.
UNDERTAKERS
Nowack & Bro., Undertakers and Furniture
dealers, corner of Main and 4th streets.
- - MISCELLAneousT
D ovtr 1V,.?0m SOn ’ Veterinary - Surgeon, Office,
ward. °" t olfice: residence, Laberee street, 6th
Jx. oro&siutinu a. iunek, Notaries Public, Loan
ijrukeis. Luna unu Passage Agents, olhee cor.
Mam ana 2a streeu>.
Ujluam isuehiitit, Commission Merchant 3d
street, one block south oi Main street.
Straw A; Murphy, Paints of ail colors prepared
ready lor use Lrom pure material.
City Plaining Mills, C'ii. Mayer, Prop’r, 3d street,
near Kailroad track.
John Keck, manulacturer and dealer in all
kinds of 1- urmture and Upholstery, 2d street,
Ist block south of Main.
W. E. Joues, Carriage Painter, Ist street, one
door south of Commercial Hotel.
Straw & Murphy, House and Sign Painters, one
door west of Wisconsin National Bank,
~~POKTRAITS; “
Straw & Murphy, Life like Crayon
Portraits: enlarged from Puotographs and Tin
types. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ist door
west of Wisconsin National Bank.
PICTUREF RAMES~ ~
Straw & Murphy, dealers in Picture Frames of
all kinds.
~ WALL PAPER.
Straw & Murphy, dealers in Wall Paper of all
kinds. Ist door west of Wisconsin National
Bank.
WRAPPING PAPER.
Keyes & Norris, dealers in all kinds of Wrapping
Paper. Grocer’s Bags and Twine. John W. Cole’s
building 2d floor, corner Main and 2d streets.
Paper and Twine.
A FULL STOCK OF
STRAW WRAPPING,
MANILLA AND TEA
PAPER.
—ALSO—
HEMP and COTTON
TW2ITES.
Grocers’and Flour Sacks
FOR t'.'iLK AT THE
C*l£T MARKET PECE.
Attht "Rkpuslican Po-vror Press Job Rooms ,
John W. Cole’s Building, 2d floor, aorner Math
and 2d streets.
Paptr Dft2i?red to ftl)
parti of tha 01ty flroo
of itirfi

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