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Bough f.1
Clears out rats, mice, roaehes,flies, ants.bed-bugs.
Memrt Pains.
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dizziness, In
digestion. Headache, (sleeplessness cared by
"Well's Health Renewer."
"Rough on, CMW."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns" 15c. Quick
complete cure. Hard and soft corns, warts,
bunions.
"Buchu-Vutba."
Quick, complete cure, all Kidney, Bladder and
Urinary Diseases, Scalding, Irritation, Stone,
Gravel, Catarrh of the Bladder, $1, Druggists.
Bed-Bugs, Piles.
Files, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, eleared out by "Hough on
Bats. 15c.
Thin People.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and
vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual De
biluy. $l.
Rough OH Vain."
Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhoea,, aches,
pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism.
2Cc. Sough ou Pain Plasters, 15c.
Jttotlters.
If you are failing, broken, worn and nervous,
use Well's Health Renewer." $1. Druggists.
Life preserver.
If you are losing your grip on life, try "Wells'
Health Renewer." Goes direct to ek spots
"Rough OH Piles.'''
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoid*, Itching, Protrud
ing, Bleeding, Internal or other. Internal and
External Remedy each package. Sure cure 50c.
Pretty Women.
Ladies who would retain freshness andvuaci
don't fail to try "Well's Health Renewer.-'
'Rough on Itch."
"Rough on Itch'" cures humors, eruptions, rmg
worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet.chillblams.
"Rough ou Catarrh.''''
Corrects oflensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases also unequaied as
gargle foi Dipthena, Sore Throat, Foui Breath.
30.
The Mope of the JYation.
Children, slow in development, punj, scrawny
and delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewei
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, all Kidney
and Unnary complaints, cured by "Buchu-Pai
ba $1
Water Bugs, Roaches."
"Rough on Kats" clears them out, also Bettles,
Ants
Itching Pilessymptoms andure
The *)inptom$ are moisture, like peMperation
intense itching, ncre.ued by scratching very
distressing, pirticulaily at night seems as if pin
wcims weie crawling in and about the rectum,
the private parts aie sometimes affected. If all
lowed to continue very serious results may fol
low. "SWAYNE'S OINTMENT" is a pJeasint,
sure cure Also for Tetter, Itch, Salt Rheum,
ClcalclHead,Eiy.ipelai Barbers- Itch Blotches
lahscaly, crusty Skin sense?. Box, bv mail 50
Pts 3 for $123. Addt-ss, Dll SWAYNE & SOiN
Sal.,Pa .Sold by Druggists Apnl985
GEO BENTZ & CO-
Importers and Wholesale Dealer! a
WINES &
LIQUORS,
110 W 3d St., S i PAUL, Minn,
AYER'S
Hair Vigor
restores, with the gloss and freshness of
youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich
brown color, or deep black, as may be desired.
By its use light or red hair maybe darkened,
thin hair thickened, and baldness often,
though not always, cured.
It checks falling of the hair, and stimu
lates & weak and sickly growth to vigor. It
prevents and cures scurf and dandruff, and
heals nearly every disease peculiar to the
scalp. A a Ladies' Hair Dressing, the
ViQOK is unequalled it contains neither oil
nor dye, renders the hair soft, glossy, and
silken in appearance, and imparts a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
MR. C. BRICHER writes from Kirby, O..
-July 3,1882: Last fall my hair commenced
falling out, and in a short time I became
tnearly bald. I used part of a bottle of
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR, which stopped the fall
ing of the hair, and started a new growth. I
have now a full head of hair growing vigor*
ously, and am convinced that but for the
use of your preparation I should have been
entirely bald."
J. W. BOWEN proprietor of the McAithur
(Ohio) Enqmrer, says AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
is a most excellent preparation for the hair.
I speak of it from my own experience. Its
use promotes the growth of new hair, and
makes it glossy and soft. The VIG OR IS also
a sure cure for dandruff. No within my
knowledge has the preparation ever tailed
to give entire satisfaction."
MR. ANGUS FAIRBAIRK, leader of the
celebrated Fairbairn Family" of Scottish
Vocalists, writes from Boston, Mass., Feb. 6,
1880 Ever since my hair began to give sil
very evidence of the change which fleeting
tune procuteth, I have used AYER'S HAIR
VIGO R, and so have been able to maintain
an appeal ance of youthfulnessa matter of
considerable consequence to ministers, ora
tois, actors, and in fact every one who Iive9
in the oyes of the public."
MRS O. A. PRCSCOT T, writing from 18 Llm
St., Cluirlestown, Mas* April 14, 18S2, says
Two years ago about two-thirds of my hair
!am off. I thinned very rapidly, and I was
fast growing bald. On using AYKR'S HAIR
VIG OR the falling stopped and a new growth
commenced, and about a month my nead
was completely coveted with short hair. It
has continued to grow, and now as good as
before it fell. I regulai ly used but one bottle
of the VIGOR, but now use it occasionally as
a dressing." W have hundreds of similar testimonials
to the efficacy of A Yen's HAIU VIGOR. It
needs but a tnil to convince the most skepti
cal of its value.
rnnrxRED
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,Lowsll,Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
IHMI GRANDMOTHER
TJaed herbs indoctoringthe family,
her simple remedies JDID CUBE in
most esses. Without the use of herbs,
medical science would be powerless
and yet the tendency of the times is to
neglect the best of auremediesfor those
powerful medicines that seriously in
jure the system.
ISHLEKS
BITTERS*
is a combination of valuable herbf, care
fully compounded from the formula of
a regular Physician, who used this pre-,
aoription largely in hie private practice
with great success. I is no"
ajmeaicinee used by man
iript
with great success I isno a dfink.but
medicin used by many physicians.
jaItis invaluable for DY8BEP81A,
KIDNEY and LITER COMPLAINTS,
NERVOVS EXHAUSTION, WEAK-
NESS, INDIGESTION, Ae.f and while
curing will not hurt the system. i
Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron
nan of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes:
"My eon was completely prostrated by fever and
rue.. Quinine ana barks did him no good. I
en for Mishler's Herb Bitters and in a short
ague tnenisent tune the boy was quite well'
"E. A. Schellentrager, Druggist, 71T
St. Clair Street, Cleveland, O., writes:
"Your Bitten,I can say,and do say,are pre
scribed by some of the oldest and most
prominent_
physicians in our dty.
MISHLER HERB BITTER8 CO
525 Commerce St., Philadelphia.,
Parker's PleasantWormSyrupHevetPails
THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITO R.
Springfield, Minn., July 27,1885.
Quiet time, this. ^jfj*|j l^^p
Too warm for comfort on Monday.
Another wedding soon. C-"r*
sy
Are, you "gwine ter de show"?
Coloney has his telegraphic finger
done up. The consequence of an ac
cident on Monday.
Farmers are shoving their binders.
Mrs H. Bendixen is visiting at Sleepy
Eye.
Rev. Smith of Walnut Grove deliver
ed an interesting sermon at the Chapel
ou Sunday.
Col. Giles' agents were here last
week and portrayed the curiosities of
the coming caravan upon about two
thousand feet of common lumber.
Farmers have laid away their haying
apparatus until after harvest.
TheC. &W.R. R. Co .are improv
ing their cattle yards at this place.
J. Winegraden has nearly recov
ered from his late injury.
Binding twine is being taken out of
town by the wagon load. Apparently
farmers are determined not be without
material with which to tie up their
grain.
Members of the German Lutheran
church at this place held a pleasant
pic-nic in the grove la3t week.
Business is somewhat dull at present,
the consequence of the active farming
operations now being carried on in the
surrounding eountrj.
H. G. Eaton of Sleepy Eye stopped
at this place on his return from Amir
et with his team which he fortunately
recovered.
The corn crop appears to be better in
this locality this season than at any
time during the past five years.
Col. Giles1
Great Circus and Mena-
gery will pause at this place and pitch
their tents on Aur 3rd.
The ladies of the Aid Society met at
the residence of Mrs. R. Peach on Wed
nesday afternoon of last week. There
was a large attendance, and all state
that they had a pleasant meeting. The
Society will hold their next meeting at
the residence of Mr. James Haggard
on Wednesday Aug. 5th.
Sadie H. Robertson
SecV.
As well expect life without air. as
health without pine blood. Cleanse
the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
The New Orleans Exposition is- to be
re-opened again in the fall under tne
name of the North, Central and South
American Exposition.
"Facts are stubborn things," and
sufferers from chills and fever gener
ally find their complaint a very stub
born fact, until they commence the
use of Ayer's Ague Cure. That medi
cine eiadicates the noxious poison
from the system, and invariably cuses
even the worst cases.
Among the "decorations" at Winni
peg was an effigy of Riel,suspended by
the neck,while undesneath was a coffsbi
Mr. Laport, of the Canada hotel, at
tempted to wreck this display, and
narrowly escaped mobbing.
Physicians were in, Vain.
Mr. David Netter. 795 Mission St^
San Francisco, Cal., writes that for
several months he suffered from a
severe cold and cough, which finally
resulted in total hoarseness. He COIK
sulted several physicians, but obtained!
relief, and then tried Red Star
Cough Cure. After taking a few doses
he felt better and before he had
finished a bottle he was completely
cured.
Abraham Deuser, a German farni&r,
near Bloomington, 111., burned his
house and barn and all his live stock in
order to prevent his wife from getting
anything as alimony. He was captur
ed and locked up During the night
he utilized his suspenders and a towel
and hanged himself from the cell door.
A Sad Career.
The divorced wite of a Bonanzamil
liocaire recently came to a mournful
death principally from taking chloral,
wich unsettled her mind and demoral
ized her whole physical system. She
had been weakly and ailing and felt
her need of something to drown her
sorrows and brace her up. Had she
taken Brown's Iron Bitters she would
have been invigorated so that she
could have fought her sorrows off, and
enjoyed healthy life. This valuable
medicine cures general debility* tones
the nerves, stengthens the muscles and
aids digestion.
Hon. James G. Blaine has written a
letter of hearty congratulation to Hon.
John S. Wise, Republican condidate
for governor of Virginia, closing with:
"Your canvass will I am sure be bril
liant, and I believe successful!."
Kidney troubles manifest themselves
in a variety of ways. Prompt action is
necessary to prevent them from result
ing seriouslv. Mr. R. Baily, of Chilli
cothe, O.. writes: "I have at times
been afflicted with a severe pain in my
back which I suppose originated from
an affection of the kidneys. When I
had the last attack I used Mishler's
Herb Bitters and was relieved. I think
it is an excellent tonic."
Near Blandinsville, 111., a lad was
blinded by the explosion of a toy can
non. He groped his way into the* house,
went to a bureau, got his father's re
volver, and deliberately shot himself
through the head. The boy had often
expressed a horror of being blind, and
had frequently said he would rather die
than lose his sight.
Successors to H.B. CONSTAN8.
NSURANCE.
Fire, Cyclone, Tornado, Hurricanes
and Windstorms. Represent the fol
lowing old reliable companies.
German-American of N. Y. Spring
field Fire and Marine of Mass. Penn
sylvania Fire of Erie, Pa. Fireman's
Fund of California American Fire of
Philadelphia Orient of Hartford Com
mercial Union of London London As
surance Co. and Northern Assurance
Co, of London.
Office in Brown County Bank.
NEWULM, MINN.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tracy, Minn,
June 19th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final pi'oof iD
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Judge, or
in his absence, the Clerk of District
Court of Brown Co. Minn., at the coun
ty seat, on Thursday July 30th, 1885,
viz: Nils C. Roland, Addl, E. No
11358 for the NWJ SE Sec. 24, 108,81.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Hans Blessum, Einer Torson, C. Ro
land and Fetter Roland, all of Madelia
Minn.
C. B. TYLER,
Jul 29 '85. Register.
IMPORTANT.
When you visit or leave New Yoik
City, save Baggage Expussage and
Cainage Hire and stop at the Grand
Union Hotel, opposite Gx-and Central
Depot.
Elegant looms fitted up at a cost of
one million clollais, leduced to SI 00
and upwards per day. European plan,
Elevator. Restauran, supplied with
the best. Horse cars stages and ele
vated l.iilroad to ill depots. Familie
can live better for less money at the
Gland Union hotel than at any othei
1st class hotel the city.(Aug. 685
TEST YODfi BAMGPOWDER TO-DAF.
Brand* arUiMtised a-mbsoh telypuia
COWTAIN ^axasonrzA.
THE TEST:
Place a can top davn on a ]iotsto\c until hated,thea
remote thecoverand smell chemist will not be r*
quired to detect the prasence of unmonia
0ES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
ITft JUACTMFVLSKSS HAS NEVER BKKS QF3STHED.
In a million homes for a quarter o a centiray it has
stood, the consumers' reliable tet,
TH E TEST_0F_T8 0V0L
PRICE BAKING P01VDERC0.,
NAKKRS OK
Dr. I Ws Special FMv Extracts,
The rtmmgtittt dtllcloni and nalni-villnnir luiownraad
Dr. Pita's Lupulin Yiasl CUms
For light. Healthy Bread, The Best Dry Hop
Yeast In the World.
FOR
CHICAGO.
SALE BY GROCERS.
ST. LOUIS-
SPECIAL
EXTRACTS
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural' Fruit Flavors.
Vanilla* Lemon, Orange, Almond* Bow. etc,
flavor a delicately and naturally as the fruit.
PRICE BAKING POWER CO.,
^BICAOO.. ST. IiOUX&
^mmmmm.
THE WAR HAS BEGUN
A ND
IONEEB
Drug Store.
DR. WESCHCKE PROP'R.
m^
Minnesota Street,
NEW ULM, MINN.
A full and fresh stock of drugs and medicines
also pamtg, oils, glass, liquor, wines and musical
merchandise. Physicians'prescriptions carefully
compounded at all hours of the day and night
NEW ULM AGENCY
OF THE
ST.PA0L HARVESTER
AND
The New Howe Mower,
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Agent.
Office and vard near Onion Hotel
The St. Paul Harvester and Howe
Mower are the best harvesting and
mowing machines now on the mar
ket. Among the farmers in this
vicinity using them I name by per
mission Jos. Holm, Jacob Durbahn,
Geo Schreiner and M. Ranweiler,
either of whom will testify to the
merits of the machines. Come and
examine the machines and obtain
my terms.
$eaipaiter$' Sjjiifls |ooj
AND
BILLIARD HALL,
EM. SfHXOBRlCH, Prop'r,
Mina. Street, New Ulm.
Fine imported tind domesti wines,
liquors, cigars. New Ulm and Milwau
kee beer. Splendid free lunch from 10
a. m. to 12 m. ^ach da)-.
A. Or. Seiter,
S.LhR JV
PEESH AND CANNED
FRUITS, and everything else belonging
first-class
FRUITS,
FlOTar sundL Feec&
STOE,WOODEN AND WILLOW
WARE.
KEW ULM, MINN".
H. WERBING,
DEALER I N
s,
GROCERIES,
B. & E BEHNEE
Mtdkines & Farm Implements.
Golden Gate, Minn.
TARE NOTICE!
ARE IN THE FIELD WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
Ready-Made Clothing,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots and Shoes^
Groceries, Etc
for the spring and summer trade, and we take this early opportunity to
invite our friends and customers to give us a call and examine our goods.
We will Not be Undersold.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH PURCHASERS.
23S & & E OttEHHZEoughe
wm
Geo. Schneider, Agt.
ITe Tailo Shop
WM. BEHMLEIl, Prop'r.
Melges' Building, Minn. Street.
I -n ould respectfully inform the people of Xe
Ulm Mcinitj ttt it 1 ha-\e permanent)} located
New Ulm, and i now prepared to execute all
orders for fiist-cl.isa nlonng on hoit notice
New Suits Made to Order. All Work
Warranted.
Mend'r-? Prompt Attended to
Win. Behmler.
to a
Confectionery.
NEW ULM, MINN,
R. Pfefferle,
Dealer in
Groceries,
CANNED, DRIED & GREEK
JL M,
LAKE BENTON.
NE W BOODS! LOWEST PRICES!
Henr J. Lu&ers,
Dealer in
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
NOTIONS, ETC.
Kiesling's Block,
NEWULM, MINN.
ICE! ICE!
I desire to announce to the citizens of New Ulm
that I have a
LARGE, FINE STOCK OF ICE!
And"vvill deliver the same to any part of the
city
At tieLowest Living Prices.
Especial attention will be paid to
orders for ice for family use.
PETER HERiAiN,
New Ulm, Minn.
Our readers for 12 cents in postage stamps to
pay for mailingand wrappintr.and namesoi two
boook agents, will receive JFBJBB a 6t*eH?l-
nfsh Parlor Engraving of all OVB JJTJ?*.
MEJVTS, including Cleveland, size 22x28
in.,worth $ May 20S6
Address Elder Fab. Co.. Chicago '11.
of the choicest varieties to be fouad
at the
MEMNHILL GBELNSUDSES.
Send for catalogue to MENDENHALL
FLORIST,
MINNEAPOLIS MINN.
Oct. 1585
STABLE,
THOS. MULVERHILL, Prop.
Fine turnouts furnished with or without
drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, hunting
and Pleaxnre parties furnished teams. Ladies'
Saddle horses. Fine Carriages for funerals.
Office and s-table in Landenschlager's Barn
WBHZEL SGHOTZKQ, Proprietor,
MINN. ST. NEW ULM, MINX.
Lnrge, airy rooms, and an A No.
1 table. Good sample room for the
accommodation of commercial trav
elers in connection with the hotel.
Rates reasonable
The finest wines, liquors and ci
gars at the bar.
WHat is Catarrh?
It is a disease of the
|mucous membrance,
jenrally originating
the nasal passages
ind maintaining its
tronphold ia the
ead. From this point
tends forth a poi
sonous virus along
[the membranous lin
ings and through the
digestive organs, cor
rupting the blood and
producing other trou
blesome and danger-
|ou8 symptoms.
Cream Balm has
gained an enviable
HPiifsan reputation wherever
EJk fclC known, displacing all
other preparation*. A particle is applied into
each nostril, relie\e pain at once, is agreeable to
use. It Cleanses the Bead. Allay* Mnfiamma
maiion. Beats the Sores. Restores the
Senses at TasteT^mell^lKartng. Thor
Treatment^seUt^eure. JWt a
Llautd, or SuvJ^^ttpply into nostrils.
Pric SO ct at druggists or by mail, Send for
circular.
El.y BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N
I m\\
S. D. PETERSON,
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
Massillion Vibrator and Straw, Burning Engine,
And Ametf Straw-Burning Engine,
The Btaeapolis, Dennet and Wood's Twine Binders, Beapers an.
Mowers. The Stonghton Wagons & Bnggies. Tie
Bock Island Stnbble Flows.
the Domestic Sewing Machines
0UXKY ft&S$ and f$f), Wftrt^ and SlU ]tfO\V3$0.
I will sell cheaper than any other firm west of the Mississippi River
BARB FENCE WIRE IN PARTICULAR.
Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. Everything is warrant
ed, and a full line of Repairs always" on hand.
SLEEPY EYE,
SPRINGFIELD, TRACY AND i
0ffice9
ranci
Coughs, Coldst Catarrh, Gonunip
Hon.
AHThroat, Brepst, and Lung Aft' lonsec cured
by the old established "SWAYNE'S WILD
CHERRY The first dose gives relief, and a cure
speedily follows, 25 Cts or SI 00 at Druggists
S D- Peterson.
New Ulm Minn.
S411PS
SODA
Best in the WorlcL
If" CELEBMTEO ^l|A
8ITTEBS*4'HSTOMACfe^w.
Hoa&jtter's Stomach Bitters, as a specific
for indigestion, stands alone. When the re
source of the pharmacopoeia have been
exhausted, without, at least, doing mre
than mitigating the complaint, a course of
this wholesome stomachie effects a perfect
and permanent cure. I all cases of dys
pepsia the liver is more less disordered,
and upon this important gland the Bitters
act with regular distinctness, regulating
and invigorating every secretive and as
similating organ on which bodily and:
mental health depend. For sale "by all
Druggists and Dealers generally.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By Mrtueet an execution. iniui n.
der the &e il of the L^tr.tl i o-rt
George W. Sturpes and W.CadY ZTri. i, 5'
North-west quarter of JeVi.nn
inTownship% Government SurveSyosiereof
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Dollars and six cents.I Iia\e ihw
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Ca-d
A. 1885, levujd nooY alJ ?& I
interest of the said Defendant W&
the following described"r 2 Si^
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State of Minnesota, to vut
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on Thursday the sixth
at ten o'clock
of
at ten o'clock A M., of Thntd^-lA'
Dated JuneV A 1885
Minnesota,188BVD
SCHMID,^
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Manufacturer of and Dealerin
CIGARS,
TOBACCOS.
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PIPES.
tor. Minnesota and Centre
slivets.
the pants-xvearlns publio That I hSS
tffwiiS
"von ^alr
voi\ largt, $s
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W me of
pants,
Pnoes,styles a it^ io suit all poe^t
books, taste*M and Shanes.
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