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Collection and Insurance Agent,
Money to Loan
on real estate security. Collections
promptly attended to.
THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITO R.
Springfield, Minu.,July 27th, 1886.
F. II. Thompson, of Sleepy Eye,
was in town Thursday.
Several Scandinavians arrived from
the old country last week.
Marshal Clancy from Sleepy
Eye was in he village Thursday.
Muck of the grain in this locality
is now in shock.
Springfield has one of the finest
mineral springs in the State.
Young prairie chickens are report
ed very numerous in townships of
North Star and Sundown.
Have you tried the new Springfield
Chas. Gamble is laying up a large
quantity of wood, to sell during tue
coming" fall and winter.
The new roller mill was started up
P. Shields started west Monday.
Mr. 11. Downs is acting in the ca
pacity of depot agt. at this station,dur
ing Mr. ('olomy's absence.
Hayes Cady is seeking his fortune
in the wdds of I T.
Mr. B. G. Dore, of R-dwood Falls.
was in town Thursday of last week
taking orders for Crane's Atlas of the
Mr, W. Moffatt has removed wit ii
kis family from this place to St. Peter,
at which place he will probably reside
while he remains in the employ o/ the
C. & N W. R. R. Co.
Mr. G. Dietz, of the mill firm,
moved his family from New Ulm to
this place on Saturda}' last and has
taken up his abode, for the present, in
Mr. Colomy's building.
Mr. A E.Arnas is making prepar
ations to move from this place to Mont
video, Minn., at which place he will
take charge of an elevator and continue
in the wheat business.
Messrs. Hoober '& Neudal have
been pushing their prospecting opera
lions along as rapidly as circumstances
would permit. Last week they struck
a vein of slate which continues to grow
blacker and more coal-like as they drill
down into it. This slate substance, ii
is believed, overlays a vein of good
coal, and so confident are thoy of dis
covering good coal in paying quantities
that they have determined to purchase
more perfect and expensive machinery
with which to carry on the work.
Building operations have been
quite active within our village this year
and several more buildings will prob
ably be erected before the season closes.
Nervous headache, earache, tooth
ache and in fact any ache or pain cured
like magic with West's World's Won
der. 25 and 50c. All druggists.
Customer (to drug clerk)"What do
you charge for arsenic?" Drug C.erk
(suspiciouly) "What do you want it
for?" Customer"I am a French
candy manufacturer." Drug Clerk
(suspicion allayed)"Oh, I beg pardon,
sir I thought perhaps you wanted to
take it yourself."New" York Sun.
West's Liver Pills remove that sallow
ness from the complexion by restoring
the digestive organs to a healthy ac
tion. All druggists.
Counsel for the defence: "Gentle
men 01 the jury, if there ever was a
case whit-li. more than any other case,
challenged careful compariscn with
similar cases, this case is that case"
Life saved at midnight by the timely
use of West's Pain King. Do not fail
to always keep it in the house for at
tacks of colic, cholera, cholera morbus,
cramps, flux, dysentery and all kindred
diseases, always very sudden. Be pre
pared. 25c. All druggists.
Burglar (sternly)"Give me your
watch?" Funny Mr. Smalitop"With
pleasure. It's a. Waterbury." Burg
lar"Well, then, your clothes go with
if London Daily News.
Without beautiful hair no woman is
beautiful. Is yours falling off or faded
The loss is vital. Parker's Hair Bal
sam will preserve your hair and give
back its gloss and youthful color.
Clean, elegant, perfect. Prevents dan
druff. Aug. 1.
Justice of the Peace,
Winter has passed and now comes
summer with all the terrors of cholera,
bowel complaint, flux, cholera infant
um. Provide for emergencies by pur
chasing at once a bottle of West's Pain
W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winches
ter, Ind., writes: "One of my custo-
mers,- Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Ran
dolph Co., Ind.. was a long sufferer
vvithlConsumption, and was given up
to die by her physicians. She heard of
Dv. Ring's New Discovery for Con
sumption, and began buying it of me.
In six months' time she walked to this
city, a distance of six miles, and is now
so much improved she has quit using
it. She feels she owes her life to it,
Free Trial Bottles at C. L. Roos' Dnia
Anarchists are no particuhiry hom-st
and yet we don't believe one of them
vwould take a bath even it were left out
c\r O 0 tt.
Elixir Is the only
vVV/lwv\ Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
tionsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatio
And Neuralgic pains, W guarantee it.
Chas. L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn.
This season of the year it is very im
portant to have a reliable remedy in
the house for such diseases as flux, dys
entery, diarrhoea, summer complaint,
cholera, cholera morbus and cholera
infantum. Such a remedy is West's
Pain Kinsr. Onlv 25c. All druggists.
"Did you mail that letter. I gave you
this morninir. dear?*' Ye.-, no what
if I did I shouldn't wonder, come to
think, why, to be sure, certainly, of
course. What have you got for din-
Food for the brain and nerves that
will invigorate the body without
intoxicating, is what we need in these
days of rush and worry. Parker's Ton
ic restores the vital energies, soothes
the nerves, and brings good health
quicker than any thing you can use.
Wonderful is the instantaneous effect
of West's Pain King in relieving
cramps, colic and all b-nvel difficulties.
Worth its weight in gold and costs but
25c. Should always be kept in every
house. All drugofists..
The dyspeptic's friend, West's Liver
Pills, take one sugar coated West's
Liver Pill even' nijrht and you will
bless the day you read this. Thirty
pills, 25c. Ail druggists.
Selecting a Doii.Mamma (at the
poll counter) Now, Fiossie. here is
a very large assortment to select from.
What kind of a doily would you like
to havePFIossi-jTwinstmamma, if you
please.Harpers Bazar. '..$2*.
The Fortnightly Review says brain
work should be forbidden after dinner,
and the interval between it and bed
time be devoted to recreation and
amusement. Them's our sentiments,
only we watit the dinner hour fixed at
noon, sharp.Lowell Courier.
West's World's WonderTfor external
use, excels any other liniment for rheu
matism, neuralgia, cu'.s. wounds, burns
and bruises- Always useful. All
Johnny'"What's the difference
between sense and sensation, papa?"
Papa"When come down-stairs.
Johnny, to shingle you, you usually
bolt out of the door. That is sense.
When I grab you and apply the shingle,
that is sensation."
Scientists inform tnai we may ex
pect a visit this summer from the ter
rible seourtr cholera. West's Pain
King is the ivm^dy ic-^p. All reatty
for a sudden ut:iL\:. ii'x.: All drug
A UlU-iic p:llliisa!M
iHU i -tit
list o: piuv) mui ta,x to
seashore or siii-airi-."' I
ge-ilion is follows! tnri~i
West's Pain Kittir
c'.arm in relcavin^ pair.
ach. all bowel iiiifi .'uiliei
N traveler should b
Should always oo in :e
but 25L\ All dnt'jf^i-i!.-.
c.'.n:" ed to t::ke WIMMSS.
IN LINCOLirS PITHY STYLE.
If brevity is the soul of wit the terse and
condensed style of expression common in
the West maybe said to carrjr off the pabn
for wit. A better use to which it may be
put, however, is in clothing great truths
in a homely but telling fashion which
commands attention and carries convic
tion. Lincoln was a master of this form
of expression, and the pithy and apt sto
ries which are attributed to him are appar
ently without number. The facta which
are stated in the following extracts from
letters from residents of Wisconsin lose
nothing because they aire put concisely
Athlophoros helped me greatly," says
Samuel M. Bear, of Cascade, and prob
ably were it not for other complications
would have effected a cure. I used five
bottles and am satisfied that the medicine
is a good one."
A. H. Luchenback, the druggist in Wat
terick's block, Oconto, says:
"Mr. George McCartney told me to-day
that he had spent over five hundred dol
lars in medicines for the benefit of his
rheumatism, but that he had never found
anything which did him any good until he
tried a bottle of Athlophoros, which made
a permanent cure. I gives the best of
satisfaction and does all that is claimed
From Beaver Dam th Rev. J. C. Rin
I derived much benefit from Athlo
phoros, but sometimes feel that I am not
entirely free from rheumatism."
"Athlophoros," Wallichs & Dilts, drug
gists, at 421 Main street, Fond du Lac,
say: Seems to relieve recent attacks of
rheumatism promptly and in old chronic
cases affords great relief. A lady of this
city, who has been troubled with neuralgia
most of the time for several years pur
chased a bottle of Athlophoros at our
store and has since informed us that she
was entirely relieved before she had used
more than a third of a bottle of it"
T. H. Spence, 303 Main street, LaCrosse,
a prominent chemist, and a member of the
Board ofPharmacyof the State of Wisconsin
says: I have recommended Athlophoros
to my rheumatic customers with good re
sults and some special cases have found
permanent relief. I neuralgia it works
like a charm and I consider it the best
specific on our shelves."
"We have had a large sale of Athlo
phoros," Palmer & Stevens, of Janesville,
state, and better reports from it than from
any other medicine we ever sold for rheu
matism and neuralgia. One party tried
it for neuralgia and not only received al
most instant relief from that, but was also
cured of a rheumatic pain of long standing
in the knee. Another party, E. L. Dim
mock, Esq., has been permanently cured
of rheumatism by the use of a few bottles.
We could cite many more cases where the
parties give the most flattering reports of
the benefit derived from its use."
From the same city E. B. Heimstreet
Athlophoros is giving the best of sat
isfaction and its merits are now recognized
by many in this section. I have the names
of a number of people in this county who
have been helped by it."
"Nearly every person who has pur
chased Athlophoros at our drug store pro
nounces it as being beneficial to .him."
says M. H. Pratt, of Montello.'^fgf|p|
If you cannot get ATHLOPHOROS of yourdrug*
gist, we will send it express paid, on receipt of
regular priceone dollar per Dottle. We prefer
that you buy it of your druggist, but if he
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed,
4THI OI'HOROS Co., 112 Wall Street, New York.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did 70a ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It is the best
preparation known for all Long Troubles,
sola on a positive guarantee at 10c., 60c
Chas. L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn.
EM. SCMOBRllH, Prop'r,
Minn. Street, Ne Ulm.
Fine imported and domestic wines,
liquors, cigars, New Ulm and Milwau
kee beer. Splendid free lunch from 10
a. m. to 12 m. each dav.
Kine turnouts furnished with or without
drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, buntin?
and Pleasure parties furnished teams. Ladies'
Saddle horses. Fine Carriages for funerals.
Office- and stable in Laudenschlager's Barn
Boss & Seiter,
^Successors to H. B. COXSTAXS.
Fire, Cyclone, Tornado, Hurricanes
and Windstorm?. Represent the fol
lowing old reliable companies.
German-American of N. Y. Spring
field Fire and Marine of Mass. Penn
svlvauia Fire of Erie, Pa. Fireman's
Fund of California American Fire of
Philadelphia Orient of Hartford Com
mercial Uniou of London London As
surance Co. and Northern Assurance
Co, of London.
Office in Brown Countv Bank
NEW ULM, MINN
ery, Ian\r et&
GOOD TABLE BUTTER.
New Brick,Cor. Minn. & Centre Strs.,
NEW Ufl, MINN.
Goods sold at Rock-bottom prices for
cash. Goods delivered in anyj part fof
MAXJ.ROSSKOPF THEO. MUELLER.
80SSK0PF & MUELLER,
AND DEALERS IN
Tobacco and Smote' Articles,
Ruemke's Building, New Ulm, Minn.
Shelfi Sekw fiWdwkfe
ill Kinds of Farm Machinery,
NEW ULM, MINN.
^FRESH AND CANNED
Minn. St., opposite Dakota House
NEW ULM", MINN.
near New Ulm.
Carding. Spinning, Weaving, Fulling, etc.
Wool taken in exchange for blanket
ings, flannels, full-cloth, yarns, etc.
Orders should be left at the mill or
with Mr. H. Eunze, near Turner Hall.
Satisjaction guaranteed in every in
B. MAKSCHNE K, Prop'r.
Empire Mill Co.
24 Rollers and 4 Burrs.
W take pleasure in informing tte
public that we are now ready for bus
iness. The best machinery and all the
latest improvements in the manufac
ture of flour enable us to compete with
the best mills in the country.
We are constantly buying
DEALER I N
WENZEL SCHOTZKO Proprietor,
MINX. ST. NEW TJi-Me MINN.
Lnrge, airy rooms, and ail A No.
1 table. Good sample room for the
ccommodation of commercial trav
elers in connection wi th the hotel.
The finest wines, liquors and ci
gars at the bar
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Minnesota, County of Brown In
In the matter of the estate of T. C. Nelson, de
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims and demands against the estate of T. C.
Nelson late of the County of Brown deceased,
that the Judge of the Probate Court of said county
will hear, examine, and adjust claims and de
mands asainst said estate, at his office in the City
of New Ulm in said county, on the first Monday
of each month for six successive months, com
mencing with the Arst Monday ia Angust 1886 and
that six months from the 25th day of June 1886
have been limited and allowed by said Probate
Court for creditors to present their claims.
Executor of the Estate of T. C. Nelson Deceased.
A.t the Highest Market Prices.
W sell all kinds of
AT LOW RATES.
Special Attention givep to
A extra stone for grinding feed.
Wood taken for cash or in exchange.
Efopife JVtill Co.
and CHEAP SALES.
CANNED, DRIED & GREEN
Flour eincL Feed*
STONE,WOODEN A.ND WILLOW
NEW ULM, MINN.
Ms. JAMES BAGLEY, section foreman C.4M.
K. B., 'Winkle, Ohio, had not slept
for.ow a year, his suffering from Neuralgia was so
great. Three doses of AXHLOPHOBQScursd him.
Neuralgia, though one of the most common and
most painful of diseases, has baffled all medical
the discovery of ATHLUrHOnUw aldered
almost, If not quite incurable- Athlophoros
BURXLY and QUICKLY cures it Thia statement,
though strong:, is warranted by the facts. Thous
ands have tested its value and recommend it
the ONLY remedy that brings relief. For ladies
subject to neuralgia or nervous headaches it is
indispensable. Athlophoros) contains no opium,
morphine, or other dangerous ingredient. It is
absolutely harmless and universally successful in
the prompt cure of this painful disease.
Ask your druggist for AthlOphOrOS. If iron
cannot get it of him wewill send it express paid on
receipt of regular prioetl.OO'per bottle. We
prefer that you buy it from your druggist, but it
he hasn't it do not be persuaded to try somethiiu
lse, bat orderat once from usas directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112WALL ST., NEW YORK.
DR. WESCHCKE. PROP'R.
I Minnesota Street,
NEW ULM, MINN.
A full and fresh stock of drags and medicines
also paints, oils, glass, liquor, wines and musical
merchandise. Physicians'prescriptions carefnlly
compounded at all honrs of the day and night
Undertaker and Dealer in
O ALL KINDS.
CARPET S AM-
NEW ULM, MINN 4
Pure Bred Poultry.
HA Kl) WAliE, TIN IVA EK A
The Celebrated White, Howe,
JOHN C. WEST & CO.
862 VV. Madison St., Chicago.. Ill,
Sole Prop's West's Liver Pilis.
BUSI- Obtained, and allPATENT
NESS attended to
Our office is opposite the U. S. Patent
Office, and we can obtain Patents in
less time than those remote from
Send MODEL OB DXAINO.We ad
vise as to patentability free of charge
and we make no CHARGE UNLESS
PATENT IS SECURED.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster
the Supt of Monev Order Div.. and to
officials of the U.S. Patent Office. Fo
circular,-advice, terms and references
to actual clients in your own State or
Countv, write to
C.A. SNOW &C,
Opposite Patent Office. Washington,
"jngshans, Light Brahmas,
bark Brahmas, Houdans
Buff Cechin3, Partridge
Cochins. Brown Leghorns.
rWhrte Leghorns, Plymouth
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
MOWEBY & HELDEMAN,
NEW ULM, MINN.
New American & Singer
Cur. Minn. & 1st. :Sts. New Dim. MINN.
GEO BENTZ & CO
Importers and Wholesale D**t la
110 W 3d St. S PAUL. Miu
Health is Wealth!
E. C. WEST'S NEBTB AND BRAIN TREAT-
MENT, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi
ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain resulting in in
sanity and leading to misery, decay and death.
Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of power
in either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermat
orrhoea caused by over-exertion of the brain, self
abuse or over-indulgence. Each box contains
one month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes
for $5.00,sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
W E GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received byus
for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will
Bend the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund the money if the treatment does not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
County of Brown, In State of Minnesota
In the mutter of the estate of Sybbyl Ives de
On reading :n filing the petition of Calvin
Ives of Brown county, representing, among other
thine?, that Svhbvl Ivea late of said Countv of
Brown on he'25th dav of March A. I). 1883, at the
town oILfiivenwori in said county died intestate,
undbeinga resilient ol* this county at the time
of her oViith, leaving good?, chattels and estate
wi hintliis county, and that the said petitioner
is the surviving husband of s.iid deceased,
and praying that administration of said rstnte
he to him granted: It is ordered, that said peti
tion be heani before the Judge of this Court, on
Ordered further, that notice thereof be givt to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons in,'
terested, by publishing a copy of this order for
three successive weeks prior to said day of hear
ing, in the New Ulm Review a weekly newspaper
printed and published at the City of New Ulm in
Dated at New Ulm the 21st day of June A D.18&6.
By the Court,
(L. S.) Judge of Probate.
Send 1 cents po?tas. and we *n I
sampl bo of that 1 put
in Tra of making more momrjj
at once, than anything e!*e ir. America. Butti
sexes of all ages can live at home ai.d wor* in
spare time, all the time Cxnito! not required.
We will start yon Imnu-n*e pay sure for those
who start at once. STIXSOX & Co.. Portlaprt
Maine. [Nov. 486.]
PROPRIETOR O THE
New Ulm Foundry
& MACHINE SHOP
Corner Centre & Front Streets.
NEW ULM, MINN.
TheFoundry nasbeen thoroughly rentted and I
am now prepared to do all kinds ol work on short
notice. Repairing ol all kinds oi macVinery and
Agricultural Implements a specialty, 'inly ex
perienced workmen are employed, .ind work en
trusted to mv care will be executed with neatn^i'
and dispatch. ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Cor. Minnesota and Centre
STOVESfTSNWAR Riesling's Building, Corner Center ami
NEW TL3I MINN
S. D. PETERSON,
Bock Islan Stuhhl
the Domestic Sewing Machines
CHAS. LEON HARD.
Manufacturer of and Dealer iv.
*7 f\T~ fk
Fridav, the 16th day of July" A. D. 1836. at 2 o*-1 terns also ammunition -ind sportinen's
clock p. m, atthe prtbate office in said county.
v5 ll.., ZAZ rn
$teel a^d Iroi) Wate
general ilso a i:ii Inr^ stock
of Carpenters' Towis iti.| .V-iiieuk'.Tit!
Implements. A oMiipi-te .stock of the
newest and liest constructed Guns and
Revolvers of the most approved it-
In connection therewith is a complete
under the management of Hermann
Beussmann, who will take pleasure in
waiting upon all customers in want of
anything in the harness or saddlerv
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
Massillion Vibrator and Straw Burning tngine,
The Minneapolis, Dennet and Wood's Twine Binders, heaper
Mowers. The Stonghton
gUl(Y f|ap# W&llS and Sl^X JJOWfj^g.
I will sell cheaper than any other firm west of the Mississippi Riv?
BARB FENCE WIRE IN PARTICULAR-"-'
Call and seem before purchasing elsewhere,, -Everythiai, is warr.vil
d, and a fall line of Repairs always on hand.
SPRINGFIELD, TRACY AND
& Buggies. The
S, D. Peterson.
New Ulm, Hint: 'i\