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Sleepy Eye Advertisements.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Choice Brands of Cigars.
Tobaccoes, Pipes, Cigar
Holders, etc, etc, etc* etc,
LAKBBOVSE SLEEPY -KIM?. MUTR
MAJEWSKI & WAGNER,
Undertakenand Dealer* in
Furniture and Sewing" Machines.
SLEEPY EYE, MINN.
A *jlendi assortment of all kinds of furniture
and coffins of all sizes, is constantly kept on hand
and will be sold at reasonable prices We also keep
afulll'neofall the standard Sewing Machines,
which vill be sold at low prices and favorable
terms The public Is cordially invited to come
and examine our goods and obtain price before
going elsewhere MAJGWSKI & WAG NER
Hinke & Bertrand
MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
NOTIONS, &c, &c, &c.
Highest market price paid for farm
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
JULIUS D. LEVI
Successor to John C. Zieske,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
&c, &c, &c.
Repairing Done Promptly & Cheap.
Main St., Sleepy Eye, Minn.
and dealer in
NUTS, GREEN FRUITS,
etc., etc., etc.
351 &353 East Water Str. Milwaukee
A MEINECKE, SEN
A MEINECKE, JR
IMPORTERS AMD JOBBERS OF
Toys, Fancy Roods and Notions
BOHEMIAN GLASS & CHIN Y\VARE,
Druggists* Sundries, Bird Cages,
Fishing Tackle, Masks,
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE,
348 & 350 East Water St, Milwaukee.
St. Paul Advertisements.
GEO. BENZ*& CO.,
IMPORTERS fe WHOLESALE DEALERS IV
9 3 W. 3 St., ST. PAUL, MINN.
NOYES BROTHES & CUTLER,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
A Posltlye-Cur* for Catarrh of all
kinds, it 13 Instantaneous In li.flc
and Permanent In Resul Cares at any
stage of the disease. Has cured cases so terrible
that boneos came from the nose.
Dr. JETory'sDiamond Inrtgorator I
fe55 ?f nrtiler Appetize ran
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Frazier's Root Bitters are not a dram shop ikey
beverage, but are strictly medicinal ineevtry *inse.
Ohey act strongly,upon the liver and kidnev s, \eep
FOB HAN AND BEAST..
For more than a third-of a century the
Mexican Mustang Itlnnnent has been
known to millions all over the world as
the only!safe, reliance for the relief of
above prlee ana praisethe best of its
accidents and pain. It is a medicine
kind* For every foim of external pain
Mustang Liniment is without an equal.
I penetrates flesh and muscle to
the very bonemaking the continu
ance of pnin and inflammation impos
sible. Its effects upon Human Flesh and
the Brute Creation are equally woiulei
ful. The Mexican
Liniment is needed by somebody in
every house. Every day brings news ct
the agony of an awful scald or burn
subdued, of rheumatic martyrs ie
stoied, or a valuable horse or ox
saved by the healing power oi this
which speedily cures mob. ailments of
the HUMAN FLESH as
Rheumatism. Swellings, Stiff
Joints, Contracted Muscles, Burns
a nd Scalds, Cuts. Bruises and
Sprains. Poisonous Bites and
Stings, Stillness. Lameness, Old
Sores, ITlcers. Frostbites, Chilblains,
Sore Nipples. Caked Breast, and
Indeed every form of external di s
ease. I heals without scars.
For the BBUTE CREATION it cures
Sprains. Swlnny, Stiff Joints,
Founder, Harness Sores, Hoof Dis
eases, Foot Rot, Screw WormiScab,
Hollow Hor n, Scratches,' Wind-
alls, Spavin, Thrush, Ringbone.
Sores, Poll Evi l, Film npon
the Sight and every other ailme nt
to which the occupants of the
Stable and Stoek Yard are liable.
The Mexican Musta ng Unlment
always cures and never disappoints,
and, it Is, positively,
FOB KAN OB BEAST.
or ITIBT OKEAKK THAN BTEE.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers, Ammuni
tion, Fishing Tackle, Seines, Nets,
Knives, Razors, Skates,
Large Illustrated Catalogue FREE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
Meinecke & Co,
i JMMnond Catarrh Rem-
edy Is mildand pleasant, affording immediate
Relief and promptcure in all casesot Catarrh,
Influenza, Hay-Fever, Bronchitis.
It will remove Polypus and effectually cure
watery and Purulent Discharges from the Head
and Throat, and Foetid, Sickening Breath per
fectly restore impalrediSmell, Taste and Hearing:
relieve Headache, Break up Colds in the Head
Strengthen the Voice and Eyes Purify, Regulate
and Render Clear and Active every Organ of the
Head and Throat Price. SO cents.
Nerv Tonic.l,ic It makes a deQgntfnl. whole-
and Strengthens the entire system.
For General Debility, Dyspepsia, Biliousness.
Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Neuralgic and Rheu
matic Affections. Jaundice, Malaria, Flatulency.
Nausea, sick Headache andlKidney Complaints
It is invaluable. Price, 60 cents.
Ask roar Druggist tor these Remed
ies and take no other* or will he sent
Free on receipt of price*
^Descriptive Pamphlets Free.
Addregr Dr. Evory's Diamond Remedies Co.
P. O. Box 8360. 104 John Street, New 1 ork.
rngnUw, mak the weak
strong, healbloo the lungs, build np the ntr\es and
system of every impurity
For Dizzinessxy Rush of Blood to the ad, tend
?I?Pep8ia, Fever an! Ague,
P*glr Pimples and Blotches, Scrofulou*! Humors
and Sores, Tetter, Ring Worm, White Swilling,
JSrysipelas, Sere Eyes and for young men -,ullt ring
from Weakness or Debility caaseef from unprn
dence, and to females in delicate health 1 razier's
Boot Bitters are especially recommended.
Dr. Frazier: I have used two bottl, nf voar
o?t Bitters for Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Weakness
and Kidney Disease, and they did me mor good
man the doctors and all the medicine* lever used
From the first dose I took I began to mend, and I
amnow in perfect health, and feel as well a 1 e\er
did I consider your medicine one of the greatest
MRS M. MARTIN, Cleveland, O
Sold by all druggists everywhere at fl per bottle.
HENRY & CO., Sole Prop'is,
Noyes, Bros & Cutler St. Paul. WiicLs-alo agtt
WANTED 1 Ladies and Gentlemen, to engage
with us to sell several Useful Household
Articles. Profits large. Labor is light.
Exclusive territory given. No competi
turn. Terms liberal. Circulars FREE Address,
Hewitt Manafact'g Co., Box 868, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A NEW CURE FOR
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
Safe, sore, cleanly and cheap. Sample Package, Post
paid, 30 cts AGENTS WANTED Address,
Jolmaton, Pittsburgh, Pa.
of all kinds for sale very cheap.
Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
HULL I CO., BOX 868. Pittsburgh, Pa,
SOLDIERS, widows, pa
renls children, Pensions for
wounds, accidental injuries
rapture, disease of lungs, heart, eyes, rhumatism
varicose veins, piles, diarrhcea or any diteaar
Thousands yet entitled. Pensioners now entitled
to an INCREASE BOUNTY yet due thousends
Soldiers and heirs of 1812 and Mexican wars en
titled to PKNsion and LAND WARRANTS I
have unexcelled facilities for securing PATENTS
This is one of the oldest and most respon'ibh
claim agencies in the S Employ an attorny
Washington Send two stamps for late laws
blanks and instructions W FITZGERALD
Pension and Potent Att'y, Lock-box 422, Washing,
.on, D. C.
May 17. 82.
FOOT Philip Yandeidonk.
All his life he had toiled and saved
and scraped, and palled every string:
that had a dollar at the end o! it. And
now all his hard-earned wealthwas gone,
and a great hateful, interest-eating mort
gage spreads its black wings over all
that he owned and loved on earth. He
sank into a chair, and, folding his arms
upon the table before him, bowed his
gray head upon them and groaned great
from groanville, groan county,
is heart seemed breaking.
"Did you mortgage the farm?" asked
his wife anxiously, stealing softly to his
"Yes," he growled, "both farms, and
sold the wood lot over on Big Island."
"And did you have to mortgage the
town house, tooP" she asked with quiv
ering lips and glistening eyes.
"Oh, yes," said the man in hollow
tones. "Oh, yes, and sold all my stock
in the Northern, and hypothecated what
I had in the Sixth Street bridge."
"And was it enough?" she asked,
trembling with eagerness. "Was ithigh
"Not quite," he growled, and then, as
he saw the ghastly pallor of deathly dis
appointment spread over her face, he
on ninety days1
milliner let me hav it
for the balancee at
8 per cent."
"And you've brought my new hather
home then?" shecaroled joyously. -'Oh,
Philip, you dear old duck!"
"Well, no, not all of it," he said. "I
broughthe plume and one of the bows
down with me in the express, but the
hat itself is coming down from Chicago
on a flat-car."
And the next week after that, eleven
dark-browed men, who sat behind Phil
ip's wife at the theatre, waylaid the
wretched man on his way home, hauled
him oft" down Valley street, rolled him
up into a wad, and stopped up the new
sewer with him.Burlington Hawkeys,
A Ferocious Patient
A Bangor paper gives this incident: A
dentist had a rather ugly experience
with one of his patientslately. The sub
ject wrfs a strong and healthyyoung fel
low of about twenty-five or so, and the
doctor proceeded to administer nitro
oxide gas for the purpose of extracting
a tooth. Scarcely had the young man
got well filled, andthetoothbeenpulled,
when, jumping up like a flash, he aimed
a blow at the doctor's head. Ducking
under, however, the doctor escaped the
blow, and giving the fellow a vigorous
push, sent him back again into thechair.
But his blood was up, and jumping up
quickly, he struck the wall at the sideof
the chair two fearful blow- with his
doubled fists, which fairly shook the
building. By this time he was out of it,
and calmed down immediately. All this
took but a second or two, and occurred
in a small room partitioned oft* from the
main office, so that the doctor had no
means of escape. The plain impress of
two sefc of knuckles can still be seen in
Cincinnati rejoices in the possession
of the handsomest morgue in America.
Fritz has named hisdogNonSequitur,
because it does not follow.
Theflywho was invited into the spid
er's parlor did not make his party call.
Ohio was admitted to the union in
1802. Thefirstpublio school in Cincin
nati was opened in April, 1829.
A young attorney at Brownsville,Ky.,
who failed to get a license to practice
law, has gone to chopping wood for a
A woman in El Paso, Tex., shot a
Chinaman.for giving her some "jaw,"
whereupon some of the citizens present
ed her with a silver cup.
An Indian binial-ground has been
found on a side-hill, overgrown with
vine-maple, at Eddy point, half a mile
below Knappa, Oregon.
The German association of spelling
reformers has published the first of a
series of classical native authors in the
Frost on the Comstock has penetrated
mining shafts seven hundied feet, freez
ing dripping water at that depth from
"Ever do any thing heroic?" said the
Vermont man. "I reckon I did I once
went bail for a neighbor o' mine M^O
wasn't worth two cents."
James B. Nanee, of Nashville, Tenn
essee, is noted as the man who sounded
the last Confedeiato bugle charge of the
A Virginia turkey was siccidentlyshut
up in a cellar for li\ eeks, without
food or diink. When liberated it was
terribly emaciated, but In mg.
A Kansas man and woman have been
mamed to each other once a year for
four ears, a divorce having separated
them after each union except the last
The Chinese embassy's cook at Wash
ington buys canvasbacks often, and,
when he has got the buds, chops them
up carefully into mince and simmers it
slowly in sweet oil.
A grass widow, aged 31, has eloped
from Harvard, Clay county, with a
younger man, who sacrificed his prop
erty, and deserted wife and children for
"Is he a good German scholar?" they
asked of the Washington belle concern
ing her lover. "Splendid!" she replied.
"He holds a lady beautifully, and knows
all the figures."
It was a good thinwforthe whalers
when Jonah blubbered in the marine
monster that took him in. That blub
ber has made the fortune of thousands.
Somebody has figured out that Van
derbilt's income would allow him to, in
one day, visit 8,000 circuses, eat 10,000
pints of peanuts, and drink5,000 glasses
A girl at Carrollton, Ark., was be
trothed to one man while she desired to
marry another. She married the first,
but promised the second that at the end
of six months she would elope with him.
This arrangement has been carried out.
The wife of a West-end man recently
correcting a little son at the table: "It
isn't nice to say 'lasses,' darling," said
the mother "you must say 'molasses.'"
"And if you want it right bad, my son,"
suggested the father, eating his turnip
greens with his knife, "you must say
A Pacific coast paper makes the
alarming suggestion that the glorious
climate of California is changing, the
weather appearing to grow colder every
winter. The present winter has no re
corded parallel there, either for the low
degree of temperature attained or the
number of days of frost.
An act is about to be introduced into
the French Chambers which may have
the effect of keeping alive a great many
children who would otherwise die. It
gives the municipal authorities power,
which they never have had yet, to deal
stringently with parents who neglect
their offspring morally and physically.
A member of the New York Legisla
ture returned his railroad passes. Hold
ondon't applaud. They were made
out in the name of his brother, and he
returned them to be corrected.
As the outlook for a grant of govern
ment or village aid to the Niagara Falls
world's fair in 1883 is not as bright as
expected, the commissioners are making
an effort to organize a stock company
to carry out the scheme. As yet the
number of shares and the amount of
capital have not been decided upon.
A deaf and dumb lunatic recently en
tered a church on the Esquiline hill, at
Borne, and going up to the altar com
menced eating the sacred wafers out of
the ciborium. The people who were at
prayers shrieked for the police, and the
madman was manacled. He had been
fasting forty-eight hours.
Capt. Percival, a Cape Cod mariner
of the old school, was once awakened in
his bunk by a shipmate, with the an
nouncement that the vessel was going
to eternity. "Well," replied the captain,
"I've got ten friends over there to one
in this world: let hergo." And he turned
over and went to sleep again. "*r*
"What time is it, my dear?" asked a
wife of her husband, whom she suspect
ed of being drunk, but who was doing
his best to look sober. "Well, my dar
ling, I can't tell, 'cause, you see, there
are two hands on my watch, and each
points to a different figure, and I don't
know which to believe.
The Alder gulch, in Montana, has
been steadily producing placer gold for
twenty years, and is now worked out as
as water canbe carried on its sides.
The amount of gold taken out is esti
mated at over $30,000,000. More than
a dozen gold-bearing quartz claims are
now being worked at the head of the
Isabellade Bourbon, ex-queenof Spain,
is still royal, writes a correspondent, in
extravagance and generosity. As an
example of the degree to which she ex
ercises the latter named virtue, it is said
that she recently allowed an American,
painter in Paris to make sketches of the
white mules in her stables for his next
Salon picture, without charging him a
cent for it!
It is said of the horse-riding Empress
of Austria: "She does not paint she
does not dye her beautiful hair, but she
insists on having her habits made so
tight that her imitators wonder how she
can breathe at full gallop. They can
not, and are obliged either to moderate
their pace or let out their corsets and
Connt von Moltke, Germany's great
est military strategist, thjnks the inva
sion of England through the proposed
Channel tunnel a sheer impossibility.
"You might as well," he exclaimed to a
distinguished Prussian officer who had
mentioned the subject, pointing to his
library door-"you might as well talk
of invading her through that doorway."
It is said that halt of the silver half
dollars in circulation in Montana are
bogus. They are made by Chinese in
San Francisco. They are exactly the
weight of genuine ones, they are one
thirty-second part of an inch larger in
diameter. They contain only 16 cent's
worth of silver, which is all on the sur
The transmountain section of Western
North Carolina, comprising an area of
250 miles long, and 75 to 125 miles wide,
owing to the want of railroad transpor
tation, has been cut off from the outside
world. Since the sale of the Western
North Carolinarailroad tothe Richmond
and Danville syndicate they have been
makinpr rapid nrofl^00
NEW ULM REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 1882.
PaintRook branch to theTennessee*line,
and are now concentrating their entire
force on the main line west of Asheville,
passing through the counties of Hay
wood, Jackson, Swain, and Cherokee to
Ducktown and Chattanooga, Tenn.
the Pittsburg of the smith. As to the
climate of this mountain country there
is none superior. The soil is rich and
productive. The great variety of rich
growths of valuable timbers is an invit
ing field for men ef enterprise and oapU
taE A rich growth of black walnut is
found in almost every county west of
the Blue Bidge.
Story of a Monument.
She was a handsome and wealthy
young widow, and had but just lost her
husband. Full of grief over the loss of
her beloved one, she sought a dealer in
monuments, a friend of* the dear depart
Seeing the sympathetic face of her
husband's friends, the tears burst afresh
from her eyes as she greeted him, sob
bing, "You have heard it, then? George
Yes, he had heard it.
"And now," said she, "I want to get
a monument, the finest and most impos
ing monument that you can make. I
don't care for the expense. You have
them costing as much as ten thousand
dollars, do you not?" she ventured.
0. yes, he could build a splendid
monument for that. He would prepare
a design and submit it to her.
"You will have it ready soon, will
you not?" she pleaded. "This even-
"No, not this evening," he replied,
but he would hurry it up as fast as pos
sible, and bring it to her residence. And
so it was settled, and she went away
very grateful for the ready sympathy,
and anxiously expectant for the design.
Then the monument man got out an
old design, and had it transferred to a
clean piece of paper, and in fifteen min
utes was ready for the widow, but of
course it wouldn't do to show up for a
week or so. The long days dragged out
their weary length finally, and the mar
ble man, assuming an appropriately
funeral countenance, sought out the
widow and submitted his work. He
found her somewhat more reconciled to
her loss, and a little inclined to be criti
cal, but on the whole she was pleased
with the design.
"But," she said, "I have been talking
over the matter with my sister, and she
thinks five thousand dollars ought to
buy a very nice monument. Couldn't
you make one like that for five thous-
"No," responded he "but I can build
uite a monument for five
Shall 1 make a design of one
for that figure?"
"Yes, I wish you would, please, and I
will come to your office and examine it
in a week or two."
"I can make some alterations in this
plan and have it ready very soon," he
urged. 'Indeed, I could bring it around
to-morrow just as well as not.
"O, no 1 won't trouble you to do SQ.
There is no particular hurry about it,
and I will call upon you it's my turn,
you know and she smiled graciously
upon him as she bowed him out.
Well, what was a poor monument
man to do? He could wait, and he did
wait, busying himself meanwhile in get
ting up elaborate and
designs. One days
he met th lady on
the street, dressed in the merest apology
for half mourning. He bowed obsequi
ously and informed her that the design
was finished, and he thought would not
fail to he perfectly satisfactory.
"O," she said, "I have been so busy,
don't you know, with one thing and an
other that I had forgotten all about it.
Let me see, how much was thatto cost?"
"Five thousand dollars."
"O, dear, I really can't afford to pay
that much. Now couldn't you," this
very bewitchingly, "make a real nice
monument for about five hundred dol
lars? I know you can, and I will come
around and see you about It real soon
Then the monument man went to his
office and told his grief to a three-legged
lamb and a stone angel.
Some time after this charming widow
with a male friend, whom she called
"Charley," dropped in again.
"Do you know," "I feel so ashamed
to think that I never came around to
look at your pretty designs. Charley
and 1 have concluded that those great,
costly ornaments are so foolish, after
one's dead, you know. We think it's
wicked, don't we, Charley?" Charley
allowed that it was. "But," she con
tinued, "those little white boards, such
as they put at the soldiers' graves,
Charley and I think they are very nice.
So neat and unpretentious. Couldn't
you make one of them for me, and put
George's monogram on it? His initial?
make such a pretty monogram."
Then the monument man's cup was
full, and he spilled over on them. He
told her that Charley could get an old
shingle and tack one of George's busi
ness cards on it.
Then she called him "a horrid beast,"
and Charley said he would "lick the
stuffin' out of him for half a cent," and
they sailed off.Cincinnati Saturday
An Italian Breakfast.
At 9 o'clock comes breakfastand
such a breakfast! It is served table de
hote style. The bill of fare this morn
ing was as follows, plates being chang
ed, of course, for every article of food.
1. Macaroni, with cheese, in long,
snake-like pieces. The Italians ate it,
lifting up a spoonful, catching it with
the^r lips, and chewing it as they suck
ed it into their mouths, the ends hang
ing down to their chins at the start.
Each officer took several spoonfuls, and
the whole looked like a pile of white
fish-worms on his plate.
2. A bologna sausage-like mixture
cut into slices, and served with radishes.
The Italians dipped the latter into a
mixture of sweet oil and vinegar before
3. The next course was boiled beef
and salad. I don't know how the beef
was cooked, but it was greasy. The
salad was eaten swimming in oil.
4. Next, cauliflower, much larger
and better than American produce, serv
ed in cream.
5. Chicken, roasted and saturated
6. Jerusalem artichokes, eaten raw
in oil and vinegar.
The dessert, consisting of doughnuts
fried in grease, cheese, then apples,
oranges, figs and raisins.
Besides these, and in place of coffee,
each place had a bottle of wine beside
it, and all drank liberally. A fine break
fast, indeed, and our dinner will be
much like unto it The only difference
will be coffee at the end and an extra
plate. Dinner comes at 5 o'clock, and
these two*meals make up the day's
rations. The biscuit andtea at 9 o'clock
can hardly be called a meal. I don't
like such feeding. The Italians grow
fat upon it but the grease in it will
make an American's liver as torpid as
a snake in the winter.Detroit Fret
The Princess of Wales is fond of mak
ing her own bonnets. She has been
heard to say that no one of the court
milliners can contrive to suit herstyle so
well as she can herself. She will pur
chase half-a-dozen bonnetsfromas many
different modistes, and will remodel
every one of them before she will consent
to wear them.
"Stand from under" is an injunction
which one should understand.
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If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by family or house
hold duties try PARKER'S GINGER TONIC.
If ou are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not
take intoxicating stimulants, but use PARKER'S
GINGRR TONIC, I
If you have Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Kidney or
Urinary Complaints, or if ou are troubled with any
disorder ofthelungs,stomach bowels, blood or nerves
you can be cured PARKER'S GINGER IONIC
If ou are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
GINGER TONIC at once, it will invigorate and build
ou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate
It has saved hundreds of lives it may save yours
HISCOX CO 163 William St, New York. 50c 4
one dollar iiet at all dealer* in medicines
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
A favorite prescription of one of the
most noted and successful specialists in the TJ. S.
(now retired) cure otXcrvoua DeMIUtf,
la plain sealed envelope/Vce. Druggists canfilliU
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
State & Monroe Sts.,Chicago
Will tend prepaid to any add-3ss their
for lis 8110 IMWH, 310 Engra^ip
lof Instrument* Sniti, Cap*, Belts,
Pompons, Epaulets, Cap-Lamps,
Stand*. Oram Major** Staff* and
1 Hats, Sundry Band Outfit*, Repairing
^Material*, alt* Inclu lea Instruction and Ex
Jtretsts for Amateur Band*, and dialogue
Cart* Bud Mu***
BY YEARS ^C/S flVsVpF USE!
A valuable Discover and New Departure in Med
leal Science A positively effective ltemody for the
speedy and permanent Cure for organic weaknessthe
deplorable disease resulting trom Indiscreet practices
or.exeeoses In youth or at any time of lifeby tbe only
true way, viz: Direct Application acting by .&b
sorption, ana exerting its specific influence on tbe
Vesicles. Ducts, and Gland, that are unable to per
form their natural functions while this disease per
trades the human organism Tbe use of the Pastille
Is attended with no bain or inconvenience, and does
ot Interfere with the ordinary pursuits of life, it is
quickly dissolved and soon absorbed, producing an
Immediate soothing and restorative effect upon the
nervous organizations wrecked from vicious habits or
excesses, stopping the drain from tbe system, restor
i ng the mind to health and sound metnoiy, remov
i ng the Dimness of Bight, Confusion Ideas,
Aversion Society, etc, etc, and the appearance
of premature old age usually accompanying this
trouble, and restoring tbe vital forces, where they
nave been dormant for years Ibis mode of treat
ment has stood tbe teat in very severe case, is
bows pronounced success Drugs are too much pre
scribed I this trouble, and, as many can boar wit
ness to, with but little if any permanent good 1 here
is no nonsense about this Preparation Pr a ticil ob
servation enables us to positively guarantee that it
will give satisfaction I has been in ee-ie al use
for several years and we have thousands of testi
monlals from patients, as to its value, and it is now
conceded to be the most rational me ins yet dis
covered for reaching end curing this very prevalent
trouble, that Is well known to be tbe cause of untold
misery to so many .a nd upon whom quacks prey with
their useless nostrums and big fees. Tbe Remedy
Is put up In neat boxes, of three si7es N 1, (enough
to last a month.) S3N 2 (sufficient to effect a per
manent cure, unless I severe cases) S5N 3
(lasting over three months, will restore those in the
worst condition,) 7 Sent by mall, In plam wrappers
FuUD^BOTIONS for using will accompany
Send for Bealed neaerlptire Pamph-\
mletm giving Anatomical IUuatrationm\
fl an* Testimony, whicH trill convince
the ntomt mkep/ticul that they can be re-1
mtored to perfect Health, and the vital I
\foreem thoro'ly re-established aanteW
\am if never affected. Sold ONLY by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. CHEMISTS.
Marketand 8th Sts. S T. LOUIS. MO.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters received from Patrons*
Indiana, April 11, '79 The Remedy is working per
fectly. Had epilepsy from weakness for 8 rears past
Iowa, Oct. 10th, '79 I am almost surprised at your
Pastilles. They have worked like a charm on me lam
just twice as much of a man as I was before taking I
as on the verge of the grave, I thought and there was
no cure for me, but now 1 am In good hopes for a cure.
West Virginia, Aug 28,18791 received your medi
cine and I believe it has cured me, for which I am very
thankful Inclose find S5 Please send me another
box [No 2] for a friend. Tou have done a great thing
for me. I will send yon all theotders I can
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Missouri, June 28.Please forward me another box
of the Pastilles. Tbe patient on whom I have used
most of one box, in addition to a sample box, is fast
recovering, and 1 think another will set him all right
From a Druggist.
Maryland, Sept 2.19 Last January we got a ox of
your Remedy for one of our customers, and it has made
a perfect cure of him W have another customer now
suffering a the same way. and wish one N 3 box.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS are
a certain core for all diseases
requiring a complete tonic espe-
ciallyIndigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter
mittent Fevers, Want of Appetite,
Loss of Strength, Lack of Energy,
etc Enriches the Mood, strength
ens the muscles, and gives new
life to the nerves. Acts like a
charm on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic symptoms,
such as tasting the food. Belching,
Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn,
etc The only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the teeth or
give headache. Sold by all Drug
gists at $1.00 a bottle.
BROWN CHEMICAL. CO.
Sec that all Iron Bitters ara made by BBOWH CHEMICAL
Co and bave crossed red lines and trade mark on wrappar,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Oct 86 82
,Pilesl Piles! Piles!
A SURE CURE FOUND AT
A ure cure for blind, Bleed ng, itching and nl
ccrated Piles has been disco\ered by Dr William,
(an Indian remedy,) called Dr Williams Indian
Ointment A single box has oured the worbt
chronic cases of 25 or 30 years standing No one
need sufferfi\eminutesafter applying this onder
ful soothing medicine Lotions, instruments and
electuaries do more harm than good Will am'
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching, (particularly at night after getting warm
in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and pain
less relief, and is prepared only for PilOs, itching
of the prlvaU tj*:nt,and for nothing else
Read whattlf Hon comnberryof clea\e
land says about Dr William's Pile Ointment I
have used scores of Pile cures, and it affords me
pleasure to say that I have never found an thing
which gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr William's Indian Ointment
For Sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of
HENRY & CO, Sole Prop'rs.
CLEAVELA ND O
BNOJCS Bros & cutler, St Paul, Wholesale Act
iioiishb 1S47 t 12 IT. eth Street, ST LOUIS, 110.
E Physicians i chjrge of this old and well known
j-e regular graduates in medicine and
i serr Years of Experience IU tb treatment of
Chronic Diseases have made their skill and abi'ity
10 mueh superior to that of the ordinary ractitioner,
that they hnv acquired a national reputation through
heir treatment of comolicated
^DISCSCTOS\1 egroMMI *s*i
the blood, sit*!t ui bones, treited with success,
scientific inci le tho it using Alercuty or other
oisenc J3 Mediant sand at moderate expense.
fOUWC Vlri niM1
those o' tn ddle age who are
".s.rnfcTgfisrwffvs.3 sul'enrg from orgpnic wreak
i^ss thcit unlit3 i
vic*i foi busiucs. 01 damage
ermnnentl\ red iro *ir
t^*ru*'ei bw possible
rsoualc n*u t oi is refer ei wl id i FPtEai dinv ted
ist of questions to be am vc i pat ts defn ng treatn eat
tiled free to n) a Ir'ress o: i 1 ation
Parsons sulftnngrroB! itu|itu el oil(
jmid learn luiiiir lu t! ill acI.aiKage ti notatniMiS
^OTinmniCHtmrsiitr !j ronf lenual rd should oe addressed
DR. BCllb. I JNcrth 8th St.,. St. Louis. Mo.
DAViQ.LANDFn-H &SGV"*. H!A.
EX A.STIC TRUSS
Has a Pad differing f-om others,
cup shape, with Self Adjusting
positions of tbe bod), while tha
Hal li the cap pretses back tha
lBt6stiBMJaaiupnonweuM with tha Finger. With light
pressure the Hernials held securely
CD lay and night, and a radical cure certain. Itli easy, durable
scd cheap. Sent by mail. Circulars free.
EGGLESTOX TRUSS CO., Cldcago. IU.
J. Sclireiber. M, Kratchwell
Green Fruits. Nuts, Etc.
Main St., Between 5th 4b 6th Sts.,
LA .CROSSE, WIS.
All orders by mail promptly at
Council Bluffs Colorado ind California Line,"
Sioux*Cnj & Isorthcd tcin Nebruk i Line
Elgin, Rockford, Fiecport &, Dubuque Line.
JimRivci dllej Pieiie& Dcadwood Line
ILLINOIS, WTSCCHSTJi:^, IOTSTA, MHTNE80TA and DAKOTA,
JVM.V iil ROADS OF THK
GHIGA60, MILHYAUHEE & St. PAUL R*Y CO.,
Without doubh,.* on your tracks This rn^^^ff^^^^*"J"? F^'ffE?!.??
a nd SUMMER J1JS&OKT in the GBEAT NOKTHWJSST. It includes the only Through
unbroken lines owned by any one Company, Betwe en flvtalcatro, Milwaukee, WU
Paul and Minneapolis, and forms wish its connections the pictaresqoe
BIXXSSXSSZPPZ VALLEY ROUTE.
Between St. Louis and Northern Minneapolis. It also.Include* Through Routes) betwsefl
ALL theTermlnel Points shown upon this Map* wtthampto passeagerjtain service upon cad*
Eememter, this Company 017XT3 all Roads shown ahove In heavy llnea
Reference to the Official Railway Guides or the Time Tables published by the Company, wDl show that the
C, &. St P. can take you in its Splendid Passenger Trams, at Express Speed, over its own Superb Track*
FROM almost anywliere,TO almost anywhere in the Five Great States named above.
ITS ROAD-BED, SUPERSTRUCTURE and EQUIPMENTS COMBINE ALL MODERN
HHROVEMENTS, AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR
It runs its own MAGNIFICENT SLEEPERS upon all Through Trains, and its own PARLOR
CARSthe finest in the world.
Its RAILROAD 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 Hesltls
andPleasure Resorts and greater Scenic Attractions than any othersystem ofroadsupon the continent.
Its Magnificent New Union Depot, on Madison, Canal and Adams Streets, Chicago, is the most elegant
and commodius Passenger S ation in th United States.
It is conceded by the Traveling Public, to be in all things, THE LEADING LINE.
6. 8. MERRIIX, W C. TAN HOME, A. T. CARPENTER, J. PAGE,
Gen'l Manager Gen'1 Superintendent. Gen'1 Pass and ketAgt. AsVtGen*lPassAgt
THI S HEW AND CORREC MAP
Proves oeyond any reaponable question that the
Is by all ids the best road for you to *ake when traveling in either direction between
OhLago and all of the Principal Points in the West, North and northwest.
Carcfnllj ex iiiime this Map The principal Cities of the West and Northwest are Stations on this
road lix ch rough trams make clone connections with the trains of all railroads At junction pemte
THE CHICAGO 8L NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY,
Cher all its pr ncipil lines, runeach x\ny daily from l^o to four or more fast exr r. la n It i
the only road \A est, iNortii oi Northwest of Chicago that uts tue
Imperial Palace Dining Cars.
It i= the only rond thit runs Pullmnn Sleeping Cars 'North or N 'thwest of Chicago It 1 a.- over 3
OOO UkI.ES OS? BOli) It form among others, the lollowmg Trunk Line*,
obtained for nev inventions, for Impiov
ments in old ones Cuveat6,liadeMaiks and a
patent business pi mjitly attended
INVEN1IONST UTHAVE BLEN REJECTS!
may still, in mostr asos, bepatented by Bemp
opposite the TJ S latent Office, and engaged ill
PATENT BUSIM-fSKXCLUSlVl'LY, can se
cure patents in less time thin those who are
mote ftom Washington and who mutdepend
on the mailsin all transactions with the Patent
Whenlnventors'er-dmodelor sketch mike
search the Palei iPiee and ad\ ise as to its pa
tentability FnFFOkM HARGE Corresponlei)cecn
fldeiitnl,piices lo ,v and SO CHARGE UM.J-S*-
TLM IS OBTViJ
Wercfei lollon slmasterGenenlD Key,
te I Powder 1 .o le i 1K111 the S Pitent
Oibce,andejeu 11' our clients in eve-iy St it
of theUnion and in iiad i lor spe i lefeicn
ees,teims, td\itt,& *IU1IPS S,
A no- &. Co.,
OpposiUPtt oil ee, V. Islington,
A PLACE FOR YOUR DICTIONARY.
A PLACE FOR YOUR NEWSPAPERS.
A PLACE FOR YOUR PERIODICALS,
And an ornament for your home, U in one
THE NOYE8 DICTIONARY HOLDER.
1 o(l, and will completely change the blood
ci ires\ stem tin ee months. Anvperson
w' ill ttko 1 pill eachnightfrom 1 to 12weeks
tm\l% WANTE SRSRSSLlLffii
"Winona Minnesota & Central Dakota Line'
Chicago S ml & Line
Mih aukiet GrtenbaMinneapoliSuperior &, Lake Lin-1 1
W. HEIDEMANN Agent, NEW ULM MINN.
business befoie the public \ou
ca ike money isterit ttoik
fo thin at anything else Capi
tal not We will start
2 i ila and up-ward
uleby theindnstiion^ at me
Men, women, bojiml gnIs wanted everywhere
towoikforus JVow i. the time. You can de.
ote your whole tune to it or nly oui spue mo
ents fcoothei business will pay jon neirH as
\ell No one willing to woik ful to link
enormous iaj by encigr n? it once Costly ontfl
and ms ree Agieit oppoitunitj for makine
nionxFusta,eily nd honor ibly Addies^Tiue &C
aukesha Madi-on i. Northern Line
Tickets o^er this road ire old In all coupon tit k( agent in tl mted States ind Canadae
Reraerahei to isk for tickets 11 tin* ro id be Mire tin read o\t it and take non other
LA\NG,Gen 1 Siipeimteiideiit, Chic igo A\ S1EWE1 Gen 1 tss Agent, Chicajo.
'fmtrwmSr BUTTER COLOR
ItGlTes Butter the trilt-edged color the year round. The Mrpest Butter Buyers recommend Its usfc.
Thousands of Dairyi ten say IT 1 PERFECT. sed by allthe best Creameries Awarded the Inter*
national Diploma at N T. Dairy Fair. Askv our druarsrlstor merchant forlt, or write toaskwhatlt la, what
It costs, who uses! where to get It. WELLS, RICHARDSOV & CO Proprietors, Burlington* Vt,
SEOfOIS LYJfTHISJfT E ^FIFLSTJML AND JfTH E BEST^
PEOPLE WHO LIVE
ilonir the line of and near to the oldST P*\UL
SiOUX CH ULROAI) and us vanoM
Bi inch Lines now a par
111HO UGH 7 GREA CITIES
of the populous Missouri alley, namely
Sioux City, Council BlutTt, Omohm.
tit Joseph ~ttchiion, JLeaven
worth andCity KautatCity
st Plfe Siou Railroad now known
J'wrion of the Chicago, fit
Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Line, Is also the tfAor
andJUreet MAne from Centnl and Western Min
nesota, Westei low a, ikota Nebraska and th
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
and the'entireNoith and North West, and to the
Lumber Districts ofNorthern Wisconsin
I Jll St /connections are made with th
Eastern Dttiaion of the Chicago, St Paul Mm
neapolis fcOmai a line for Northern and Cei tra
isnoiisin, and .or Chieago and all points vast
and the running of trains is so arranged tha tru
senei from the estern Dn ision of thi lie
an have fiomone to one and one half hoursto at.
teud to bu iness in St Paul if desired
When yo* go South or South Uestbesure to
go over this Line through the aeren Big r.itiea
ndwhen jou ^o north, eist or northwest, ea
through St anl the tmt eat Bath oad Centre of
the ^i ea-" N oi hw est
lwop^seiieei tiams daily St Paul to Chicaco
through Ehoy .md tdlson, with Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars o- ench ti am
er tins route are on sale at all principal stations
Be sue-.ml biu i through ticket at they are sren
ei ilh cheii ei but if yon mnot get the ticket.
jou dcMieorthc HerniationWwanted aboutrates
coineetions At, .tjour home station, write to
the md your letter will recei\
those who do not improve such
ch ,ncc nmain in pojertj \\e want manv men
omen, bm bau girls to work for ns right irl
tleii own localities Anv one can do the work
propeily from the first start The bnsme-s pay.
more than tw el\e times ordinary wages Exnsn
MA outfit ordered free No one
who'engage??,d^,ry'ne"neededeTottlrtP to make none^ rapid!v Yoau'caohnat
who time to the busm, or only vour spare mo
kpoli^ & Oii(kl|k. Line.
know th,it this is the short and quick Line to all
points in Centeal nnd Western Missoan to all
points in Kinsis, Nebraska Colorado Texas,
Cthftrnn, Anzona New and Old Mexico and
that this is the Only Ltne between Minnesota
aied the South ITVsit,
Nov 20 4
ia week in your own town *5 Outfit
if ee No risk E^tn thing new Ca
tal not required \\e will fairish
Kon everjth.ng Many are making.
Ifortunes Ladies make as mnch
men, and bovs and eirls mnko
pay Reader, if you want a I,UIISM""wtaclf S
can make great pay all the tune you work Vm.
for particulars to II HALLKTT Co Portand
Maine. Ko gQ
Furniture,FOSKINDLALKIRDEALE Pictures, Frames, Monldings
Singer Sewing machine $35 00
New Davis"' $3o'oo
Wheeler & Wilton $35^00
Machines sold on time or monthly
I NEW ULM, MINN