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NEW ULM AND VICINITY
Day PuRsengcr *6:30a
Day Passenger *9:20
Night 14:49 am
'Except Sunday. Daily.
C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent
Officers ot Brown County.
PcM Ofnce Address New Ulm.
AUDITORH. B. Constans.
UKOISTEU OF DEEDSA P. Walton
JUDGE OF PROBATEE. Brandt.
UI.ERKOF THE DIBT. COURTAlbeit
COURT COMMISSIONERA. Ilagbcrg
COUNTY ATTORNEYFr. Bastsen
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTD.G duty
Officers ot the City of New Ulm.
MAYORII. B. Constans.
COUNC'IMJIMM.Epple, L.Buonger, Loenhard.
PfeDEerle and .1. Pfienningcr.
CITT JUSTICESR. Fischer and Aug Wcstpbnl.
CITY ATTORNEYJOS. A. Eckstein.
New Ulm Market Report.
[Corrected weekly by R. PFEFFEULE, dealer in
Grain, Provisions, Groceries and Conntiy Pro-
Wheat, 80 85.
Beef on foot, per cwt. 3 50 3 75
Mutton per head 3 00 3 25
Pork per cwt 4 00 4 25
Flour per cwt 3 00 3 3 40
Corn Meal, per cwt 2 00
Beans 2 00 2 00
Onions 00 1 00
Potatoes, per bushel. 50
Sugar Cured Hiros per th 15
Breakfast Bacon per lb 12^ 15
Dried Beef, per lb 18
Salt Fork, per lb 12)^
Lard, per lb 12 15
Butter, per It) 10.. \2y3
Cheese, per lb 20..
Poultry, per lb 10..
Eggs, per dozen 12
SugarWhite, per lb 11
Yellow, per lb 10
Brown, per lb
Dried FruitsApples 12%
Peaches, per lb ''10
Prunes, per lb 10.. \2}4
CoffeeKio, Green.... 15 "22
llio, Boasted,per lb.. 15 20..
Java, Green, per lb 30 33
Java, Roasted, par lb "40.
Mocha Green, per lb 35
TeasJapan, per lb 40 "75
Green, pei lb 60 80..
Black, per lb 50 75.
Our mills are already grinding nww
Rooms to rent. Enquire at Brown
Annual school meeting next Satur
day in every organized school distill
in the State.
Mr. J. J. Ray assignee, has settled
with M. IT. Gamble's creditors at 30
cents on the dollar.
Fr. Kaib, an old settler in Cotton
wood town, is dangerously ill. His le
covery ia doubtful.
The new roller mill in Sleepy Eye is
in full operation and the flour produced
is said to be of an A 1 quality.
The entertainment at Turner Hal1
Monday evening given by the Tennes
seeans was a complete success.
J. S. Laudenschlager's fruit and
can ly stand opposite the post office
has passed into the sheriff's hands.
Conductor John Gorman was killed
at Minnesota City last week while at
tempting to board a train when in mo
Nearly all the wheat so far threshed
in this vicinity went from 20 to 25
bushels to the acre, mostly No. 2 in
Pure blood helps to make a clear
conscience. Hood's Sarsaparilla puri
fies the blood. Enough said. Send us
a big bottle.
The twenty-second annual fair of
Blue Earth County Agricultural Soci
ety will be held at Garden City Sept.
12th to 14tb inclusive.
Quick, complete cure, all* anoying
Kidney, Bladder and Urinary
eases. SI. Druggists.
An exchange says that buttermilk
-will be the strongest drink that can be
obtained in the fair grounds at Owa-
durLag State fair week.
ISF"Faded articles of all kinds re
stored to their original beauty by
Diamond Dyes. Perfect and simple.
1C cents, at all druggists.
"Rough on ItaU."
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies,
ants, bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks
gophers 15c. Druggists.
Pi of. Muntz, the piano tuner,
writes us to say that he will be in
New Ulm about Sept. 1st prepared to
doctor all ailing instruments.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,
Impotence^ Sexual Debility. SI.
According to a statement in the
Pioneer Press, Geo. W. Van Dusen &
Co. own sixty-nine elevators with a
total capacity of 1,742,000 bushels.
Co. "A" and the Silver Cornet Band
have accepted the invitation to par
ticipate in the grand Northern Pacific
celebration at Minneapolis Monday.
Ayer's Pills are a general favorite,
because of their powerful yet gentle
operation. Medical men prefer them
for nervous or delicate constitutions.
J. H. Long & Co. of Mankato are
paying S2,50 per doz. for prarie chick
ens. The prefer them undrawn, pack
ed in ice with head and brea3t down.
A three-year-old child of Fr. Mar-at
.esch fell off the Redstone bridge last
Saturday sustaining severe injury.
Dr. Berry attended to the little suf
Mr. Carl Betz has been elected
teacher of the St. Paul Turnverein
gymnasium. Mr. Betz was one of
the judges at the recent Turnfest in
A grand harvest homo festival will
be held at Hunters' Rest next Sunday
under the auspices of the Silver Cor
net Band. See the announcement in
Why not organize a post of the
Grand Army of the Republic in New
Ulm? There are enough old soldiers
in the city to maintain a good post
Who will take the initiative step?
It has been decided by Attorney
General Hahn that the director of a
school boaid cannot hire a teacher,
neither can any two of the board un
less at a special meeting held for that
The law requires clerks of school
districts to send in their annual te
port on or before the 10th day of Sep
tember. It is necessaiy for them to
comply with the law if they wish to
draw their pay.
W. J. Abernethy, of Minneapolis,
offers a premium of $100 for the best
sample of Saskatchewan fife wheat
exhibited at the coming State fair at
Ovvatonna. What farmer in Brown
county will take the prize?
The New Ulm postoflice has been
supplied with a number of new pad
locks for the mail bags. These new
locks go into use in every part of the
United States on the 1st of September.
They are quite an improvement on the
St. Paul and Minneapolis are mak
ing great preparations to celebrate the
completion of the Northern Pacific
Railroad next Monday. The Second
regiment M. N. G. has been invited to
participate in the celebration at Min
Pay Your Dog Tax.
All owners of dogs are hereby noti
fied that the dog tax for the ensuing
year must be paid at the office of the
undersigned on or before Sept. 1st
JACOB NIX, City Cleik.
Telephonic communication has been
established between Mankato and St.
Peter. The rates charged are 25
cents for five minutes conversation.
The line is to be extended to Owaton
na, Rochester, Faribault, Northfield,
Minneapolis, St. Paul within ninety
Mr. Valentine Oith in the town of
Milford lost two stacks of wheat by
lightning during the thunder storm of
last Monday morning. The other tw
the setting rind .1 wagoo
loaded with wheat were saved by the
timely aruval of neighboily assist
Capt. Stout WHO died at Marshall a
few days ago from the effects of a
wound received in the battle at Mill
Spnngs, K\\, where he commanded
company "1" of the Second volunteei
infantry, was said to have been
wounded twenty eight times while in
For once harvest passed off without
sacrifice of human life. Not even a
serious accident is reported as having
occurred in this neighborhood. Farm
ers aie evidently gethng to under
stand the nuuderous nature of the
haivesting machines and go about
them with moie caie.
We are informed that a child two
and a half years old belonging to Jos.
.Bieble, of West Newton, wandered
away from home the fore part of last
week and has not yet been found.
When last seen the child going
past a neighbor's house three-quartets
of a mile fiom home.
The thirteenth annual fair of the
Nicollet County Agricultural Society
will be held in St. Peter, Thursday
and Friday, Sept. 20th and 21st. The
Tribune says that the enclosure of
the fair grounds is being enlarged and
that the coming fair will be one ot the
most euccessful ever held.
The Chicago & Northwestern Rail
way Co. has donated $1,000 for the
relief of the Rochester cyclone suffer
ers. When New Ulm was destroyed
by the cj clone all relief at tides were
transported ftee by the Northwestern
company. The Northwestern compa
ny is not the woist cot potation in the
land by along ways.
Sportsmen who anticipate a big har
vest of prairie chicken this season find
nothing but disappointment staring
them in the face. The chicken crop
hereabouts grows less from year to
yoar. This is not to be wondered at
when we take in consideration that
tlie warfare commences upon them
before they are barely out of the
A Run on a Drug Store.
Never was such a rush for any Drug
Store as is now at Charles L. Ross' for
a Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
All persons affected with Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs
or any .affection of the Throat and
Lungs, can get a Bottle of this remedy
by calling at above Drug Store. Reg
ular size $1.00.
Several of our exchanges say:"The
State Turnverein was held in Newsaid
Ulm last week." Thisis not a cotrect
interpretation of the recent festivities
in this city. The several Turner so
cieties comprising the Minnesota dis
trict held their annual festival and
delegate convention for the transac
tion of business. District officers are
chosen from among the members of
the several societies, but there is no
Dr. Chase's Recipe Book should be
in every household in the country, as
it is replete with practical informa
tion on every subject which may arise
in the house, on the farm, in the
workshop, and the office. It must
meet with a ready sale. See the ad
vertisement in another column of
our paper. We predict that whoever
is fortunate enough to secure an
Agency in this vicinity for this won
derful book, will surely make mo
\*"Little thanks are due to him
who only gives away what is of no use
to himself." The thanks of invalids
the world over being showered on the
inventor of Kidney-Wort, for it is
giving health to all. Kidney-Wort
moves the bowels regularly, cleanses
the blood, and radically cures kidney
disease, gravel, piles, bilious headache
and pains which are caused oy disord
ered liver and kidneys. Thousands
have been curedwhy should you not
The Minneapolis Evening Journal
of last Tuesday reports a daring feat
rope walking during the Turnfest
in this city, as follows:
"At the Turnfest at New Ulm yes
terday, Christ. Goeringer, of Minne
apolis, walked a rope 224 feet long,
and 112 feet above ground, thereby
winning the premium."
Where the Journal got this bit of
News is a matter of conjecture. Such
lofty pedestrianism is never attempt
ed at a Turnfest.
John Lundgreen, a harmless imbe
cile who disappeared last week while
at work on his brother's premises in
the town of Lafayette, has been ap
prehended by tho deputy sheriff of
McIo county. He disappeared on
Tuesday while being temporarily left
aloii" in the fiVld shocking gram. A
seaich was immediately organized and
for three days w*s kept up by all the
farmets in the vicinity, but without
success. Hon. Jacob Klossnerieceiv
ed a postal notifying him of Lund
One of the many new features at
the coming State Fair at Owatonra
will be a creamery in full operation.
The building will be somewhat of a
novelty. One side of the sti ucture, sev
enty feet, will be entirely of glass in
order that the working of the estab
lishment may be seen from outdid e.
The manager has made arrangements
to have cream delivered daily on the
grounds and the creamery will make
between three Jind four hundred
pounds of butter per day.
The farmers of Renville county
have a new way of making money.
Mr. Gil. De Pue his a press and he
presses the faimers straw and ships it
to Minneapolis, where it is manufact
ured into building paper, and shipped
back to the farmers, who thus raise
their own building material. The St.
Peter Tribune argues: If the Minne
apolis folks can have straw and bass
wood shipped in from the country and
make it into paper at a piofit, why
can it not be made a paying business
heie where there is no shipping to
It is a noticeable fact that since
Adjutant General Drum has addressed
his war-like circular to the Adjutant
Generals in the several States in the
Union, Judge Webber takes early
morning rides on hoiseback. Whe
ther the judge takes this mode of im
proving the powers of his digestive
oigans or whether he is prepating
himself for a commission in Gen.
Drum's army, is a question on which
the judge's friends ate at variance.
The judge would make a dashing cav
altyman and no mistake.
A gentleman who paid us a visit on
Monday last and was in atlendance at
the New -lm Tuinfest, reported an
exceedingly inteiesting and novel pro
gramme as being carried through with
raaiked success on Sunday. The fine
military band of Minneapolis, under
the conductoiship of Piof. Danz, was
in attendance and rendered in the
most Mtistic manner a choice selec
tion of classical and popular music.
Our Get man citizens certainly ue
serve commendation for their efforts
in behalf of mental and physical devel
opment.Lumber ton Commercial.
A liberal lewaid will be paid to any
party who will produce a case of Liv
er, Kidney or Stomach complaint that
Electric Bitters wjll not speedily cuie.
Bring them along, it will cost you
nothing for the medicine if it fails to
cure, and you will be well rewarded
for your tiouble besides. All Blood
diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Con
stipation, and general dibility are
quickly cured. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Price only
fifty cents per bottle. For sale by
Chat les L. It ss
The annual school meeting for the
independent school district of Ne
Ulm for the purpose of electing two
members ot the Board of Education
will be held at Turner Hall next Sa
turday, at 7 o'clock p. m. The official
notice of the meeting notifies the le
gal voters of tho district th.\t a prop
osition will be voted upon at this
meeting to erect anew school house,
designate the sight for same and pro
vide means for the pui chase of
grounds ana erection of building.
This will be one of the most impott
ant meetings held in New Ulm for
some time and a J.wge attendance is
About 9:15 p. m. on Tuesday of last
week a funnel-shaped cloud passed
rapidly over the city in a south-eas
teily direction. During the day and
evening a strong gale was blowing
from the south, but as the cloud
swept over the city, beneath an oth
erwise cloudless sky, the wind sud
denly veered to the north-west. The
cloud seemed to be only about a quar
ter of a mile in width, but it extend
ed clear across the sky, the pointed
end disappearing in the south-western
horizon. When thejnews of the Roches
ter cyclone reached New Ulm it was
at first thought that this cloud was
the disturbing element, but this sup
position proved to be iucorrect.
Of all things that our fair managers
may do we hope they will not repeat
the fiasco of last year and invite a
speaker from abroad. Last year
Gov. Wakefield was invited to deliver
anad dress. The managers were so oc
cupied with their several duties con
nected with the fair that but little at
tention was paid the speaker, and
when the hour of speaking arrived
there were but lew gentlemen in the
hall. It is true there was a good re
presentation of ladies and children
present, but the Governor afterward
that if he had known that he was
to address an audience composed
almost wholly of ladies and children
he would chosen a different subject to
At a meeting of cane growers of
Nicollet and Blue Earth counties at
Mankato last week permanent or
ganization was effect to be known as
the Central Southern Minnesota Cane
Growers and Manufacturers Associa
tion. The object of the association is
to promote the growth and manufact
urer of cane and find a market for the
products and make a band of strength
between the growers and manufactu
rers. By this union of interests the
association can accomplish what the
individual could not attempt. Mr. J.
M. Jefferson, the seretary, requests us
to say that another meeting will be
held at Union Hall, Mankato. Sept.
7th next. The cane growers and mau
facturers of Brown and Nicollet coun
ties are especially invited to attend.
Commenting upon our last week's
item on "The beauties of telegraphy,"
the Lyon County News says:
"It's nothing new, Brother Review.
But yon must stand it, and not charge,
it to the late strike, which was all ov
er before your message was filed.
Saturday at 6 p. ra. we filed a message
for Owatonna,' from Tracy, to be
answered at Kasota that evening, giv
ing about 6 hours for reply. At Ka
sota we found no answer, and at
Owatonna the dispatch was not rehands
ceived till 10 a. m. next day, and not
delivered till about 1 p. m. Enquiry
of the up town operator at Owatonna
was only met with impudence, and
evidently the operator spends more
time retailing peanuts and lemonade
then in attending to telegraph busi
ness. Vigorous growling, and report
ing in print all unnecessarily delayed
messages will soon itnorove the ser
vice, or we mistake the quality of di
At the instance of the county com.
missioners Dr. Stein, V. S., of St.
Paul, has examined a number of hors
es in this vicinity and established
without doubt that quite a number
are effected with glanders. All dis
eased horses were promptly shot, but
the farmers and other horse owners
had better keep a. sharp lookout for
the loathsome disease, as there un
doubtedly are a number of horses the
nature of whose sickness has not been
satitactorily established. The county
commissioners deserve the thanks of
all our people for their prompt and ef*
fective action in this matter.
Dr. A. Hinch, editor of the Minne
apolis Freie Presse, was in attendance
at the Turnfest in this city, and from
sayings we .infer that he was well
pleased with his visit. He says New
Ulm has reason to feel proud of its
Silver Cornet Band, and that it is
very seldom that such a good band is
found in a town the size of New Ulm.
He also has a good word to say for the
beer manufactured here and thinks it
is hardly probable that such a thing
as "Catzenjammer" is among us. To
matrimonial candidates he pictures
New Ulm as a paradise, and says it is
very seldom that so many beautiful
young ladies are found in one place.
New Ulm's republicanism he illustr
ates as follows: "Two journalists
stood in front of the bar and enjoyed
a social glass and the third journalist
stood behind the bar and waited upon
the colleagues." Such republicanism
may be all right, but the journalist be
hind the bar would much rather have
taken his position by the side of his
colleagues in front of the bar.
Max Rhode has resigned his posi
tion as secretary and treasurer of the
New Ulm Roller Mill Co., and will re
turn to Chicago, his former home.
Rev. Alex. Berghold was absent
in St. Paul last week in attendance up
on the annual retreat of the clergy of
the diocese of St. Paul. There were
107 priests present.
C. W. A. Krook, who has been ab
sent in Euiope for a little over three
months, returned home last Thursday
morning. He left New Ulm on the
17th of may, and during his absence
he visited Chicago, New York, Bos
ton, Liverpool, Hamburg, Hcerbe,
Malmoe (the latter two in Sweden)
and other places of interest in his na
tiye country. He reports having had
a most enjoyable sail across the briney,
both going and coming, and he returns
home well pleased with his trip.
The State Fair.
The State Fair commonces at Ovva
tonna next Monday and continues un
til Satmday. The managers are do
ing all in their power to make the
coming fair one of the best ev?r held
by the society. Although the fair
buildings have been twice destroyed
since the work of preparation began,
everything is in an advanced state of
completion. The entries for the rac
es are numerous and include some of
the best trotters in the country. The
display of blooded stock promises to
be very large. The short horns will
comprise some of the best herds in the
west.The Holsteins will be out in
full force, some 70 entries having al
ready been made. The Polled Angus,
Jerseys, Herefords and Ayrshires will
be on hand in good round numbers,
and the famous Devons will be re
presented by 31 head. Sheep will be
represented. The display of A. O.
Fox will probably be the largest, and
will consist of 100 head of Shropsbires
Of imported Merinos the largest en
try thus far, is by Geo. E. Baker, of
Hutisford, Wis., who is the leading
Merino breeder of the west. Other
breeds will be represented and theofWenarc
pens will be filled with Oxfords, Scotch
Black Faces, Cotswolds and other
breeds, thus giving sheep farmers a
show worth miles of travel to see. In
swine the display promises be both
large and attractive. Ample arrange
ments will be made to feed the vast
crowds of visitors. Three large eat
ing houses are to be erected and every
body will be able to get a square
It gives us pleasure to call the at
tention of our readers to the series of
advertisements of the James Boss'
Gold Watch Cases now appearing: in
our columns. This watch case has
been on the market for nearly thirty
years and has attained a reputation
which is second to none, it now beattendance.
ing universally conceded to be the
standard. The James Boss' Gold
Watch Cases are made of two plates
of solid fourteen karat gold, soldered
on each side of a plate of bard nickel
composition metal. These plates of
gold are thicic enough to admit of en
graving, chasing, etc., and supply all
the gold needed for practical use,
while the composition plate furnishes
the strength and solidity needed in
every watch case, and yet lacking in
those made of solid gold. Although
these cases are good, and in some
points better than a solid gold case,
the cost is only about one-hlf a
much. Many of the James Boss' Gold
Cases hare been in constant use for
twenty-five years without wearing
through the gold. The manufacturers
furnish a. guarantee with each case
warranting it to wear twenty years,
and this guarantee means just what it
says, for unlike other guarantees lur
nished so often with watch cases, this
is signed by the manufacturers of the
James Boss' Gold Watch Cases. Pur
chasers should avoid any watch case
unless the guarantee is signed, as oth
erwise it is not only worthless but is
intended so to be, and the absence of
a reliable signature is fair' indication
that the manufacturer lacks faith in
his claims or in his goods.
Mr. Wm. Stebner, of the town of
Wood Lake, gives us the following ac
count of a female child that his wife
gave birth to Aug. 2. The facts as he
gave them to us in writing are as fol
The child is crippled from head to
foot its forehead is split up and
down, and the temple on both sides
of the head are shoved In, pushing the
forehead out about one inch, its arms
are both stiff and straight, and cannot
be moved at the shoulder, its hands
are set on the side of its wrists, with
four short crooked fingers and no
thumbs, the hands lie on the side of
the arms, and resemble crooked feet
more than hands its ears and nose are
fire red, and it is red spotted all over
its body it has a big blue black piece
of flesh on the back near the hip
about the size of a hen's egg, which
appears to be a running sore, water
running from it all the time its feet
are very thin and long, and like the
are set a little to one side of the
ankle, with rounded bottoms, the
heels sticking out an inch. The child
weighs six pounds, appears to be
healthy, and yet is in a misery all the
time. Last spring a smoke-house be
longing to Mr. Stebner, in which
there was some 600 pounds of meat
caught fire, and the meat was badly
burned. Mrs S. was very much
frightened, which is supposed to be I
the cause of the freak of nature.Ga-1
The New Postal Note.
The act authorizing the issue of
postalfnotes goes into effect next Mon
day, Sept. 3d. On and after that date
postal notes can be obtained in any
money order postoffice in the United
States for any sum from 1 cent to four
dollars and ninety-nine cento, at an
expense of 3 cents for each note. The
notes are made payable to bearer, are
sent at remitter's risk. If lost or des
troyed, no duplicate thereof can be is
sued. A poetal note is good at any
time within three months from the
last day of the month of issue, with
the same limitation as to time. The
notes are printed on pure linen bank
note paper of the best quality, chemi
cally prepared in swh a manner as
not to be effected by moisture or ex
posure to light, while it is sensitive to
the action of acids or other liquids
often used by forgers. The color
of the paper is pure lemon, and the
front surface is printed over with an
underlying tint of golden brown. The
water marks in the paper, twisted in
the form of a figure 8, have the words
"U. S. Postal Note" in duplicate read
ing from both left and right. These
water marks can be seen only wluu
the note is held up between the light
and the eye. Three printings are re
quired to complete the note. In the
underlying tint is a vignette consisting
of a classical female head wearing a
helmet. Much of the tint is made up
of minature photographic designs,
containing th3 words "United States
Postal Note, repeated many hundred
times, and engraved so ftaiely that one
can read the words with the naked
eye, while it would be difficult to
make a counterfeit. Winged wheels,
with a halo from behind, make up a
portion of the tint. The back of the
note is elaborate, and is printed in a
dark green. In the centre is the
monogram U. S.," engraved with a
geometrical lathe. The monogram is
imbedded in an intricate cycloidal
lace work of white line cutting, the
tracings for which were done also
with the geometrical lathe.
Why They Call Him "Old Man."
"Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkins,
"my hair is turning gray and falling
out before its time. Use something?
I would, but most hair restorers aie
dangerous." "True," answered his
friend, "but Parker's Hair Balsam is
as harmless as effective. I've tried
it, and know. Give the Balsam a
show and the boys will soon &t
calling you *01d Man Jenkins.'" It
never fails to restore the original col
or to gray or faded hair. Richly pei
fumed, an elegant dressing.
Sept 15 83.
WOOD FOB 8ALU!.
The undersigned desires to inform
the citizens of New Ulm that he is
prepared to supply all demands fot
wood on short notice, either by the
carload or cord, and at prices that de
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of the
world. Warranted to speedily cure
burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, cancers, piles, chilblains,
corns, tetter, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions guaranteed to cure in
ever) instance or money refunded.
Sold at the City Drug Store.
Stacking wai in fall blast but the rain ef Sun
day night put a temporary stop to it.
The weather has been fair during harvest nn
farmers are quite well advanced.
Farmers generally c^noider the harvest a good
pleased to hear that Mr. John Lucas,
thi town, who was hurt at the railroad accident
near Owatonna, is recovering.
The entrance examination for the
Fall term will be held Friday, August
31, 1883. Recitations commence Mon
day, Sept. 3.
The advantages offered by this
school are now greater than ever be
fore. With the NEW AVD ADMIRABLE
APPABATU3 for HKATING AND VENTIL-
ATING the building,just placed therein,
the hyg'enic conditions will be unsur
passed. NUMEROUS OTHER IMPROVE-
MENTS have also been made to meet
the demands of the rapidly increasing
For full particulars respecting con
ditions of entrance, course of study,
extremely low expenses, etc., send
postal card for circular, promptly
mailed to any applicant.
Mankato, Minn.. August 1, 1883.
Under the auspices of the
NE W ULH SILVER CORBE BINDof
UMflfiSflMllllTS served onU.o ground.6
AH are cordially invited
having been made in the payment
of th sum of tec hundred thirty-eight
land twenty four one hundredths (Sol
ars which is claimed to be due and is due at the
date of this notice upon a certain mortgage duly
executed and delivered by Anton O.Reading and
Anna Caroline Redding, his wife, of Brown Co.,
Minn, as mortgagors, to John B^omgrain, of Cook
county, Illinois, as mortgagee, bearing date the
twenty sixth day of February, A. D. 1878, and du.
ly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds
in and for the County of Brown and State of Min
nesota, on tbe eighth day of March, A. D. 1878, at
nine o'clock a. m., in book "I," of mortgages, on
pages 518,519 ana 530, given to secure the pay.
ment of the sum of $721.00, due two years after
the date of said mortgage, with interest payable
annually from the date of said mortgage until
paid at the rate of eight per cent, per annum ac
cording to the conditions of one certain promis
sory note, bearing even date with said mortgage
and therein described, and the whole of said sum,
principal and interest, being now due and paya
ble, and no part of the sane having been paid and
no action or proceeding at law or otherwise hav
ing been instituted to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage or any part thereof
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort
gage and pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the premises described in and
covered by said mortgage, viz: the south-east quar
ter (JO of section twenty-eight (88), township one
hundred and eight (108) of range thirty-four (34)
Brown County and State of Minnesota, with the
hereditaments and appurtenances, will be sold at
pnbllcjauction, to the highest bidder for cash to pay
said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on
said premises, and twenty.five dollars attorney's
fee, as stipulated in and by said mortgage in case
of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by
law which sale will be made by tbe sheriff ef said
Brown county at the front door of the court house
in the city of New Ulm in said county and state on
the tenth day of October, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock
a-m., of that day, subject to reuemption at any
time within one year from the day or sale as pro
vided by law.
Dated August 85th, A. D. 1888.
JOHN BLOMGRUN, Mortgagee.
Liad Randall, Attorneys
~*for WMortgagee, W uKi, Winn. tt.5!g(y* &
SUNDAY Sept 2,ofTheyearsofMaynARTICLcontinuthforpurpose
A STREET PjffljfeftSU'js
use In thonsands
of cases. Founded ou
scientific medical prln
Iples, hasobeen grow-
competitorIt hav Invariabl
.._ ing in favor and reputation
diseasemake It Influenc
"tored. Th animating ele
felt without!*delay. The natural functions of the
2S.mSl I"ent of life which have wasted are given
oyantenengMrttcuthn obee brain and mnscu
cneorfttl he gains
strength with rapidity.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, organic weakness, and
numerous obscure diseases, baffling the skill ol
best physicians, result for youthful Indiscretion,
too free Indulgence, and over brain work.
Do not temporise while such enemies lurk In
your system. Take a remedy that has cured thou
sands, and does not Interfere with you attention
to business or cause any pain or inconvenience.
S"dforaDtterlptlv Amphlct giving AnatomieslV
lllmtmUon*,whichwill convince thrnorteeptlcsl 1
I 5J tnyc*nb restored to parieet manhood, and
fitted for thsdutiM of life, MUM MHaem effects*.
^StBtfraeto anyone. BeossdrsoldOSlVrbytha
HARRIS REMEDY CO.MP6.CHEnSTl
30SX N, 10th.
8T. LOUISg MO
WOOSJPORATro UNOM THC LAWS or MISSOURI.
OfaTT, XaOXTXS, aato.
8U00ESSOR3 TO OFFICE ROOMS.
DISPENSARY. NO. 920 LOCUST ST
8XLS0H CSlgfcAH. Trtii. BndncH hUaagct.
This Institute has ample facilities and an ex
perienced Faculty. AVhllu It succeeds to a larve
business, which has been established fori ears, It
will aim to extend Its medical and surreal prac
tice, giving skillful and scientific treatment to
CHRONIC DISEASES rj&ysahffvz
sages. Heart, Liver.Stomauh and llowels.lthcum
atlsm, Dyspepsia, Oonsuirp IKHI Asthma.
BLOOD IMPURITIES, !,rfr,%SKE!
Hon, Scrofula, FevertSou-., 1 Ictrs,
nFFilRMITIPQ'oVistula,Rupture,etc.Diseases UCrUnltllllCO Hue,
and wasting discuses In old and
WfcARNCSS young men
the gcnlto-urlnary organs
also all diseases of
Their extensive use by
physicians in their practice, and by all
civilized nations, is one of the many
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
perfectly reliable purgative medicine.
Being compounded of the concentrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they are positively free from calomel or
any injurious properties, and can be admin
istered to children with perfect safety.
AYEK'S PILLS are an effectual cure for
Constipation or Costiveness, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Foul Stomach and Breath, Dizziness,
Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness,
Biliousnes s, Jaundice, Rheumatism,
Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Dropsy,
Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic,
Gripes, Diarrhoea, Dysenter y, Gout.
Piles, Disorders of the Liver, and all
other diseases resulting from a disordered
state of the digestive apparatus.
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.'
While gentle in their action, these FILLS
are the most thorough and searching cathar
tic that can be employed, and never give
pain unless the bowels are inflamed, and
then their influence is healing. They stimu
late the appetite and digestive organs they
operate to purify and enrich the blood, ana
impart renewed health and vigor to the
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
019 BT Att OQUaOISTS IYIBTWHIRB.
Articles of Incorporation of the Ksv Ulm
We, S. D. Peterwm Henry Keller, R. Kiesling
W. Pfaender & son, Louis Felkel and Peter Heri
an, citizens of the State of Minnesota, in pursu
ance of Title 2 of Chapter 34 of the General Sta
tutes of Minnesota, relating to Corporations for
pecuniary profit, and by virtue thereof, do here
by associate ourselves together, for the purpow
ol manufacturing Vinegar and such other articles
as may hereafter be decided. And we declare
this instrument to be the articles oflncorporation
our said corporation, by which and its By-laws,
Rules and regulations it shall he governed and
The name of this corporation shall be "New
Ulm Vinegar Works" Its principal place of busi
ness shall be at New ulm, it shall commence on
the 1. day 1883, and the period
corporatio is formed for of
manufacturing Vinegar ami such other articles,
as the stockholders may from time to time deter
shall be paid in as follows 50 per cent on or be
fore May 15, 1883 25 per cent on or before Sept.
15,1883, ana the bakince in such instalments as
the Board of Directors may determine.
The officers of the Company shall he one Presi
dent, Vice President, Secretary & Treasurer and
two Directors, who shall form the Board ofDirec
tors and conduct and manage the affairs of the
corporation. They shall be elected annually, at
the July meeting of the stockholders, but for the
purpose of enabling the corporation to commence
operations, the following named persons shall
form the first Board of Directors, vi/.
President, 8. D. Peterson
Vice President Henry Keller.
Secretary & Treasurer Wm. Pfaender sen.
The capital stock of the corporation
$10,000 divided into 200 shares oi 50 ei
and who shall serve until the firstTiiPsday In July
1883, and until their successors are chosen.
The semi-annual meetings of the corporation
shall be held on the first Tuesday in January and
July in each year, but for urgent reasons special
meetings may be called by the President, and
must be called by him upon the written request
ot three stockholders.
The indebtedness of the corporation shall never
exceed fifty per cent of the value of its property,
and the Board of Directors shall incur no liabi
lities exceeding $200at any time, without the
consent of the stockholders given at a meeting
called for that purpose, or at the semi-annual
Witness our hands and seals this 30th day of
8. D. Peterson, [Seal.]
Henry Keller. Seal.
W. Pfaender & Son, Seal.'
1-ouis Felkel [Seal.
Peter Heriim- Seal.
Rud. Kiesling, [Seal.
State of Minnesota,)
County ofBrown. J"'
Before me a NotaryPublic in andforsaidCoun
ty and State personally appeared S. D. Peterson,
Henry Keller, W. Pfaender, sen., in behalf of W.
Pfaender & Son, Louis Felkel, Peter Herian, and
Rud. Kiesling, to me personally kown to be the
persons who subscribed the foregoing Article of
Incorporation,and they severally acknowledged
that they had signed and sealed the same freely
and voluntarily for the uses and purposes therein
Uiven under my band and Notarial seal this 1st
day of May. A. D. 1883.
A. J. GRIMMER, Notary Public,
Brown County Minn.
flBRE AT LAST.s,
After Long and Weary Waiting
Relief is Brought to those
who Need it.
FEMALE in* pain In tho hack or side, etc. I Sfflrt flf^5 TVT^TTM* Sll tt fl*'
Personal Interviews vlth patients are always I MUsleU'0 afcl W WJL W WLlikL
preferred. Those unable to visit the Institute will I O bcturiUshed with blank lists of questions that will
aid them In making a lull statement of their cases
undlf not requiring a MM .lciil opeiatlon they can
be successfully treated In correspondence, and
medicines sent by mall oi express. To enable us
to send proper list of (ju stioiis applicants should
give a brief statement of their trouble.
The Treasurer of the corporation is of Nelsonv
Ohesman A Co A^rertMnu Accents, and refers ton
thepublisher of this or anj othor newspaperIn the I
United Btaten or Cumulus weirding responsibility. W
Consultation at Office or by mail free and invited,
Combine the choicest cathartic principles
in medicine, in proportions accurately ad
justed to secure activity, certainty, and
uniformity of effect. They are the result
of years of careful study and practical ex
periment, and arc the most effectual rem
edy yet discovered for diseases caused by
derangement of the stomach, liver, and
bowels, which require prompt and effectual
treatment. AYBU'S PILLS are specially
applicable to this class of diseases. They
act directly on the digestive and assimk
lative processes, and restore regular
"Well, Pat," said an Change county
physician to a complaining Irish pa
tient sora yeais ago, "for that pain
in your che&> you had better gone
home and put on a mustard plaster,
can't think at this minute of anything
better. And by the way," idded the
doctor to a friend, I wish somebody
would invent a real good plaster
something actually helpful for such
cases as Pat's. Maybe they will some
time, wher it is too late for me to use
When BENSON'S CAPCINE POR-
OUS PLASTER Mas placed iv the
market about ten years ago, the doc
tor's hopes became a fact Because
of the medicinal virtue inheient in it,
its rapid action and sure itsults. the
Capcine is fast displacing the. slow
acting plasters of former days, for all
affections to which a plaster i3 ever
applicable. Price 25 cents. In the
middle of the genuine is cut the word
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New
York. Tax Judgment Sale!
pURSUANT to a real estate tax
judgment ofthedistil- court of (he county of
Brown, state of Minnesota entered on the tenth
day of August, A. 1883, in proceeding for en
forcing payment of taxes and penalties upon r^al
estate in the couuty of Brown remaining delin
quent on the first day or June A. 1883, and of
the statute iu such case made and provided I
shall on the seventeenth dny ,of September, 188.1,
st 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my oflke the
courthouse in the ciiy of New Ulm ana county of
Brown, sell the lands which are charged with tax
es, penalties and costs in said judgment, and on
which taxes shall not have been previously paid:
SPt. 5. County Auditor, Brow Co.
Something like this
How d. es that verse run?
"There aie who torn the magic string,
nl noisy fame is proud to win them
Alus for tho^e who never sing,
But die with all their mumciii them.'
"Ye that's beautiful, pathetic, andtruo," said
jour npreseutative. "Tlic poet alludes to people
who aie somewhat suppiessed mid never got their
full allowance of joj and air Winch reminds me
of lettor sl.owu inotlio othoi day by IIi^cox i.
Co., of New York, signed Mr. I." C. illi.un
of Chapman, Snj dor Co Vn a prominent bns'-
iu'B8 in or that place. He payi-:
"I ha\e Mift red with astlnni for o\ei forty
wars ,arid had a tern bl attack In December and
Janiimy, 18*2. I hard)} know what prompted mc
to take PtHkKiVs TUNIC 1 did so and the first
duy I took tour doses. TliocnVct astonished mo
I'hat night 1 slept as if nothing was tho matter
with mo and ha\e ever since. 1 ha\e had cold,
slnco but no asthma. Mj breathing is now as per.
feet as if I hud never known the disease. If JOH
know of any one who lias asthma tell him in mj
name th it PARKER'S TONIC W ill cure iteven al
ter forty ears." TherowHsa man who escaped
the fate the poet laments."
This preparation, which lias heretofore been
knew as PARKER'S GiNOKRToMC,willlicieafter
be adwrtfscd and sold under the name of PAR
KCR'STONIC Inasmuch u. ginger is an unlm
poi taut ingredient and unprincipled dealers nic
constantly deceiving their customers by substi
tuting interior preparations under tho name of
gingei, we drop the mileaduig woid.
There is no change, however, in the preparation
itself, and all bottles lemaining in the hands of
dealers, wrapped under the name of PARKER'S
GINOKU TONIC contains the genuine medicine if the
fac simile signntureof Hiscox & Co is at the
bottom of the outside wrapper. Sept 12/83.
Notice to Builders.
TIIK CONTRACT for building the
St. Alexander Hospital will bo let
to the highest bidder on Saturday, Au
gust 18th next. Plans and conditions
may be seen at the house of the under
signed Monday and Tuesday, August
13th and 14th. The right to reject any
and al! bids is hereby reseived.
New Ulm, Minn., Aug 7, 1883.
A Poaltlvo Ca re for Catarrh of nil
kind*. It (a lnatanfaneou* In fc.AVii
and Permanent In Konlt. Cures at .my
fctatre of the disease. Has cured cases so terrible
that bonca carae from the nose.
Dr. Evori'a Diamond Catarrh Rem*
edy is mild and pleasant, ailordlng ImmeJIato
Keller and prompt cure in all casesol Catarrli,
Influenza*, Hay Fever, Bronchitis.
It will lemove Polypus and effectually cure
Watery and PuiDlent Discharges ftom the Head
and Throat, and Foetid. Sickening Breath per
fectly restore impaired Smell, Taste and Hearing,
relieve Headache, Break up Colds In the Ileud
Strengthen the Voice and Eyss Purify, Uegulate
and Render Clear and Active every Organ of tho
Head and Throat Price, 60 cents.
Dr. Erory'a Diamond Invleorator is
a Perfect Blood Purifier, Appetiz er and
Nerve Tonic. It makes a delightlnl, whole
some drink, which Invigorate*, Purines
and Strengthens the entire system.
For General Debility, Dyspepsia, Biliousness.
Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Neuralgic and lthcu
matic Affections, Jaundice, Malaria, Flatulency,
Nausea, Sick Headache and 5Kidney Complaints,
it Is Invaluable. Price, 60 cents.
Ak your DructEUt for theae Remed
ies and take no other: or will bo aent
Free on recei pt of price.
^Descriptive Pamphlets Free.
"Addre?' Dr. Evory'a Diamond Remedies Co.
P. O. Box 8360. 104 John Street, New York.
C8AS &- BOOS,
(Successor to Jos. Bobleter)
GLASS, PUTTY, OILS AND
PAINTS, WALL PAPER,
AND GOLD PENS,
Wines and Liquors
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON IIAND.
Goods and prices warranted to give
Main St., NE W EH, HIHH
"TMB BIST IS CHIAPCST.'
Guaranteed Strictly First Class.
For Beauty of Finish. Pipe like Tone. Superiority
of Action, Work and Thoroughness of Con
struction they stand nnrivallad.
ZLSQA2TT CATALOGUES TKMB.
AODBESS: WHITNEY ORGAN CO.,
Sole Manufacturers Boyal Orgaaa,
LAND FOR SALE
Forty Acres for $350 Cash!
Ne^ ofne\ Section 31, Town 109, Runo 31
Brown County, Minnesota Apply to
37 At Norcross.Minn.
N tho town ofLafajette, Nicollet county, one
Shepherd bitch-dog, black, white legs and
wlute ling around the neck Anyone finding a
dogof above description will confer a favor by
sending word to
ing force doubled Prompt work and liumes made happj f-ee
$io Apply now Widows, 'e married.n entitled tinting
widowhood Gieaisn i.-sin INCREASE cases BOUNTY
in 1 Hack Pay and Discharges procured Dttirttrs entitled tu
all 'lues undirnew laws fk TB? IMTPO'*' Inven.
ors Land Warrants Wr I I I Ovrocured,
bought indsold Thc"WORLD & SOLDIER."!weekly
pi|t.r Simple copy free Send stamp for full instruction*,
blanks & bounty table. N W FITZGERALD t& CO.,
t'cu^ion PiWnt & i.ai Att'ys. Washington, D* C*
Loss of Manhood.
An 80-page Cloth-bound Book of Advice to
Young or Middle-aged Men.wlth prescriptions
for Self-treatment by a Regular Physician.
CrilT PDCE on receipt of two threatens
9Ktm I rWEC ,ump. Address
T. WILLIAMS A CO., MILWAUKEE, Wis.
FOB MAN AND BEAST.
For moro timn third of a century tho
Mexican Slustniis l^lnlment has been
known to millions nil over the world as
tho only safe lelianco for the relief of
accidents mul pain. It is a medicine
nbovo pi ice unci pi ulsc-the beat of Ita
kind. For every lot of external pain
Mustang Liniment is itliont an crinal.
It penetrate* HCNH and muscle to
tUe tmiy lioncmaking tho continu
ance of pain iui'1 inflammation itupos
siblo. Its llocts upon lli.nitui Flesh and
tliolltiitoC trillion ui'oequally wonder
ful. Tho JUuxicuii
Liniment is nwded by somebody In
every house. Evry day bringf* news cf
tHe afrouy of nn awful scfrldor barn
eitbdued, of rlicumntlo inartyra re
stored, or a valuable florae or ox
snved by tho healing power of thL*
which speedily cures souh ailments of
the HUMAN FLESH as
Rheumatism* Swellings, tin*
Jolntu, Contracted 9Iusclea Bum
and Scald a, Cuts* Braises and
Spraina, I'oliouoni Bites and
Stings, titlflheaa, Lamcacu. Old
Sores, Ulcers, Frostbites, Chilblains,
More Nipples, Caked Brsast, and
indeed every form of external dls
eaae. It heals without scars* .v
For tho 15KUTB CREATION it cares
Sprains, Swlnny. StuY Joints,
Fonnder, Harness Sores, Ho of Dis
eases, Foot Rot, Screw Worm 1 Sea b,
Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wind-
Spavin, Thrus h, Ringbon e,
Id Poll Evil, Film upon
the Sight and every other aliment
to -which the occupants of th
Stable and Stock Yard are liable.
Tbe Mexican Mustang Xtlnla*?s
always cures and never disappoints
and it Is, positively,
FOB HAH OB BEAST.
A RUOTSM 8uim, Tta, faacaua.
fM thatl mrawd, I H*mH*a.
CUBA lOtTUB ULUMO-ligtaaaa
pbMtinto us* toO.
mm, tMbj til Una*** tmtmmm.
ing,elegantlyper fumed and harm-
natural color and
CO end Ht $1
aw at drugg UU.
ctaai naftai* with
piva'H tM J.
As Isyiioratiai MtAciMt that RttMr latsxtcata
This delicious combination cf Ginger. Buchu.
Mandrake, Stillingia. and many other of the best
vegetable remedies known, cures alt disorders of
the bowels, stomach, liver, kuiceys andlungs, &is
The Best and ami Coa|h Can Cvtr Ibftt
If you are suffering ftom Female ^Complaints,
Nervousness, Wakefulness, Rheumatism Dyspep
sia, age or any disease orinfirmity, take Parkers
Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen bran and L-Jy
and give you new life and vigor.
Paidfor anythinginjuriousfound Ginger Tonic
or for a failure to help or cure.
Sflc. $i Ian* *!(Wrtt
SlStM.MBd &tfxlf< dr. I
Jstho aWrr.Xo wat
Used with anyclaaaecafarmark*
Inr any fabric. PovaUr lar4eera
i atlvwork on linen. BeeeivadCan
tonnial h^BAfc JfcBnplsnssi