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THE OLD RELIABLE
HM stood tho Test of Time
.MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
House and Siga Painting of
all kinds and the most satisfactory paper
hanging guaranteed. Shop OD Minneso
a street south of Chicago House.
ui ding Stone for Sale
The N Ul Stone Company is rea
dy to sell building stones at the Quarry.
For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W
Boesch, A Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg,
NOTICE.—Th use of land for pastur
ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and
hauling of stone is not allowed unless by
a written permit from the company.
N E W STON E CO.
Best Quality of (Joods.
Repairing and Cleaning Suits also
promptly attended to.
*TEWEL A S O I N E STOVE none
better, at J. A A N O S
The undersigned wishes to announce
to the public, and especially to his old
customers that on the corner of Minneso
ta and 2d south street in NewUlm,he has
opened a Wool and "Woolen Goods de
partment, where he keeps blankets,
flannel, knitting-yarn, stockings and
woolen-patting of his manufacture,
for sale and in exchange for sheep-wool.
Manufacturer of Woolen Goods.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Corner in and Centre Str.
E. G. KOCH
BROWN COUNTY BANK.
NEW ULM,MINN. '.' ."
Collections and all business pertain
in to bnking promptly attended to,.
BREWER AND MALSTER
NEW ULM. MINN.
This brewery is one of the largest establishments
of its kind in the JVJ innesota VaUey and isfittednp
with all the modern improvements. Keg and bot
tle beer famished to anj part ef the city ox short
notioe. My bottle beer is especially adapted for
Country brewers and others that buy malt will
find to their interest to place their orders with me
All orders by mail will receive my prompatten
OTTO SCHELL, Manager.
11 are sold direct to consumers at FACTORY I
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on package of samples^together with our
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ID 1892 Mr. A L. Gcldwater, who
owns three retail drug stores in He
York City,having learned of the great
value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for colds, croup and whooping cough or
dered a supply for his customers. It
met with, so much favor that he soou
found it necessary to order more, and
during the winter sold over two gross of
the remedy. says it givt-s the best
satisfaction of any cough cure he has
For sale at 25 and 50,
cents per bottle by 0,. M. Olseiii
I the moslf important pari of
your organism. Thre&f ourths of
the complaints to which the
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Our Treatise oa Blood •adSUadisMsasauUed'
•'siirrtfEenc «,«**, ••.
Text of the Resolution Prepared
by the Senator From:,
Minnesota., „, ..
It Reiterates the Sentiments of
President Monroe and Adds
No Conquest or Trade for Terri
tory and No Control of Isth
W A S I N O N, Jan. 21.—Senator Dayia
of the senate committee on foreign rela
tions rejjbrted favorably the resolution
enunciating the Monroe doctrine. I is
the result of lengthy consideration of
the committee on the advisability of
incorporating the Monroe doctrine in
the federal statues, and is as follows:
Resolved by the senate, the house of
representatives concurring, that,
Whereas, President Monroe, in his
message to congress Dec. 2, A D.„ 1823,
deemed it proper to assert as a principle
in the rights and interests of the
Unite States are involved, that the
American continents by the free and
independent positions they have
assumed and maintained were thence
forth not to be considered as subjects for
future colonization by any European
Whereas, President Monroe further
declared in that message that the
United Spates would consider any at
tempt by the allied powers of Europe
to extend their system to any portion of
this hemisphere as dangerous to our
peace and safety that it the exist
in colonies and dependencies of any
European power we have not interfered
and should not interfere but that it
the governments have declared
their independence and maintained it,
whose independence we have on great
consideration and upon just principles
acknowledged, we could not any
interposition for the purpose of oppress
in them or
Controlling: in Any Other Manner
their destiny by any European power
in any other light than as the manifes
tation of an unfriendly disposition to
ward the Unite States, and further re
iterated in that message that it is impos
sible that the allied powers should ex
tend their political system to any por
tion of either contintnt without endan
gering our peace and happiness and
Whereas, Th doctrine and policy so
proclaimed by President Monroe have
since been repeatedly asserted by the
United States by executive declaration
and action upon occasions and exigen
cies similar to the particular occasion
and exigency caused those to first
be announced, and have been ever since
their promulgation, and are. the
rightful policy of the Unite States.
Reaffirms and Confirms Them.
Therefore, be it resolved, Tha the
Unite States reaffirms and confirms
the doctrines and principles promul
gated by President Monroe in this mes
sage of Dec 2, 1823, and declares that
it will assert and maintain that doctrine
and those- principles, and will regard
any infringement thereof, and particu
larly any attempt by any European
power to take or acquire any ter
ritory on the American continent, or
any islands adjacent thereto, or any
right of sovereignty or dominion in the
same, in any case or instance,
as to the Unite States
shall deem such an attempt to be dan
gerous to its peace or safety, by or
through force, purchase, cession, occu
pation, pledge, colonization, protector
ate orb control of trie easement in
canal or a other means of transit
across the America isthmus whether
on unfounded pretension of right in
cases of alleged boundary disputes, or
under other unfounded pretentions, as
the manifestation of an unfriendly dis
position toward the Unite States, and
as an interposition it be
impossible in any form for the Unite
States to regard it indifference.''
WILL NOT STAND MUCH MORE.
The London Globe Giva* Warning to
O N O N, Jan. 21.—The Globe, in an
article condemning the attitude of the
United States senate committee on for
eign affairs, says: "Th Englis peo
ple will not stand more flouting
from anybody, and these gentlemen,
we credit it no more exalted
sentiment than the is to stand well
it their constituents, a very
easily find themselves face to face it
a situation that could only be called ap
A Comment by The Eclair.
A I S Jan 21.—The Eclair, com
mentin on the suggested additions to
the Monroe doctrine, says:
"Does the American government
think it is strong enough to appropriate,
in. its interest-one of the hem
ispheres, and forbid 'Europe to have
access to it? If it pushes its extrava
gan pretensions to this point the only
thing that can happen will be that all
Europe will arrive at an understanding
by they will close their ports to
American ships—a measure will
a America ask for mercy within a
week. W does America assume an
attitude she cannot maintain?" _,
Beiteratea the Denial.
O N O N, Jan 21.—In spite of the
assertions of a sensational news' agency
to the contrary, the Associated Press is
in a position to repeat its assertion of
Saturday last a it has been informed
by the British adiniralty that the des
tination ii he fljing sqnadron, at
is not determined upon
by aami alty a that cer
tainly it wQl not go to Bermud a or
anywher a a America waters for the
(THE 1XEW LOAN rS^-POPULAR.
InSIcattosHi Are That the •100.000,000
.ifj. Could Taken Twice Over.
& E O Jan 21.—I his weekly
review of the financial situation, Henr
Th W a street markets remain gen-*
erally quiet. There is almost an
entire absence of the spirit of distrust
evoked by the Venezuelan affair, and it
is taken for granted that the disposi
tion on both sides to settle the matter
through arbitration, or by conference
between Great Britain and Venezuela,
will prevent any other disturbances of
public confidence. There is also a dis
appearance of the district
towards our investments forced
me such large amounts of stocks and
bonds immediately after the president's
message and, beyend an indisposition
to subscribe for the bonds, noth
in unusual remains in our financial re
lations it Great Britain.
Bond Issue Will Taken!
There is every indication that the
subscriptions to the Unite States loan
to be opened Feb. 5 will easily take up
the entire 1100,000,000 bonds offered.
The bond syndicate,-realizing this fact,
concluded to step out, which to say the
least, is a magnanimou act. Th an
nouncement of the dissolution of the
syndicate, however, reveals the fact
that the syndicate had received sub
scriptions, amounting to $200,000,000,
amount was pledged to be paid
into the Unite States treasury as re
quired, thus showing the supply of gold
in this country ready to go into govern
bonds at a remunerative rate, and
must be a surprise not only at
home but abroad. After this exhibition
of gold strength, it will scarcely be fair
for European bankers and others to
continue their predictions that the
Unite States government will be un
able to maintain gold payments.
E VENEZUELAN COMMISSION
Through Secretary Olney Asks For Pres
entation of Cases.
W A S I N O N, Jan. 21.—At the meet
in of the Venezuelan commission, the
fact was made that a letter had
been directed to the secretary of state
by the commission, requesting him to
call upon the governments of Great Brit
ain and Venezuel a for evide^nce in sup
port of their respective positions in the
boundary^ dispute. Secretary Olney
acknowledged the receipt of this letter,
andstated that he had carried out the
wishes of the commission, but up to
this meeting no answer has been re
ceived from either of the governments
addressed. Th commission selected
Mr. S. Malet Prevost, a well
N York lawyer, as its Secretary, and
also chose a corps of assistants, then
RUSSI A W I REMAIN NEUTRAL.
Will Not Drawn Into Any Sort of a
N E W O Jan 21.— A dispatch to
The Herald from St. Petersburg says:
Russia's policy at the present moment
is steadfastly to avoid being drawn into
any combination or complication it
Armenia, Germany, Englan or Abys
sinia, but*to keep the (Menta question
Th Novosti, commenting on the
friendliness of the English press, says:
W esteem her civilization, but
we see the defects in her policy
is purely egotistical A alliance could
be useful only to her, not to us. France
and Russia must-remain neutral.
Horsewhipped the Tramps.
GENTEALIA Mo. Jan 21.—Three
tramps visited this city Saturday even
ing, and, after becoiriing intoxicated,
began to disturb the peace by entering
stores, restaurants and other places of
business and threatening the lives of
several citizens. The were locked up
by the city marshal. Less than an
hour later they were taken from the
officers by six masked and escorted
to a point one mile east of the city,
where each tramp was given a severe
horsewhipping and then released.
Debs Has Plans For the Fntnre,
E E A N Jan 21.—Eugen
Debs says that he expects to sever his
official connection it the American
Railwa union within the coming year.
His purpose is, he said, to devote his
time to the labor movement in general
and not to any particular organization.
will, however, retain his member
ship in the A R.
Reinforcements for Cnba.
A I Jan 21.—The conservative
organs at Havan a protest against he
assertion of Marshal Campos that he is
the victim of political intrigue. The
insist that his recall is due to his failure
as a general and not to political pres
sure. Reinforcements of 16 battalions
of troops under Generals Barges and
Ahumad a will be sent to Cuba shortly.
-.,-' Menelek Sains For Peace.
A S S O W A N Jan. 21.—Owing to dis
sensions in the Shoan camp Emperor
Menelek'is suing to the Italians for
peace. has asked General Barateiri,
in command of the Italian forces in
Abyssinia, to appoint a plenipotentiary
for the purpose of arranging the terms
Didn't Care to Debate It.
W A S I N O N, Jan 21.—The anti
silver gave the debate on the free
silver substitute for the bond bill an
turn by urging an immediate vote, and
saying they cared not to debate it. he
silver said they would prefer de
bate forth present. ,v
'Was Auditor ef the Treasurers
CINCINNATI, Jan 2 1
N ix president of the Fift Nationa
bank in this city and auditor of the
treasury department under Hariiadllfir'
administration, died at his
N Castle, IntL, aged 64. W $ 0
-ML^ CrratsrSMsd Coal Bttrsu *M 'Mi
Minm, Janv Kl.~Peavy,«V
Qc's elevator at. Oiogan» abou|
mile*eastof this city, burned di
grain and saTeral tons of cotletrnftiM^.
MANY REFUGEES ARRIVING.
A A, Fla., Jan. 21,—The steamer
Olivette last night brought 45 refugees
here from Cub a and Saturday night 180
to West. Three hundred refugees
are already booked for the next trip
and additional benches and cots will be
taken to accommodate them. Those
arriving say that if one does not partici
pate in the revolution they must leave
Cuba or join the Spanish forces. Those
able to leave are doing so* but the less
fortunate will join the revolution and
greatly swell the Cuban army.
General Martinez Campos is expected
by the next steamer to return to Spain
through the States and N York.
There is some talk here of giving Gen
eral Campos an ovation he ar
I E I S O N E W S
Bernard Gillam, the noted cartoonist,
Th Japanese insist that the queen
of Corea is dead.
St. Paul Odd Fellow will establish a
home for indigent members.
The daughters of Erin will hold a
state conference at St. Paul, Feb 16.
Ban note circulation will be in
creased $20,000,000, it is said, by the
General Thomas E in was injured
by a N York cable car. will
Four designs for the Sherman eques
trian statue have been selected for fur
Ma Bean, a 12-year-old Cincinnati
girl is supposed to have suicided by
Otto Sutro, one of the leading musi
cal publishers of the South, died at
Smit & Stoughton, retail shoe deal
ers of Boston, Chicago, Cleveland and
Milwaukee, have failed.
The Spanish minister of foreign
affairs resigned because of the disposi
tion of Martinez Campos.
Ad a Owens, 15 years of age, of Jef
ferson, O,,,secured a divorce from a
an abducted and married her.
Three suspected of being the
Nassau Junction (Mo. train robbers
are under arrest in Moun City, Kan
Chief Justice Snodgrass of Tennessee
said he shot Prosecutor Beasley because
he thought the latter would shoot- hini.
President Ingalls of the
railway system is suggested by Cincin
natans forth Democratic presidential
It seems that General Valeriano
Weyler, instead of General Polavie ja,
is to be governor general and captain
general of Cuba.
Louis Cain, a 12-year-old boy at
Helena, Mon., choked to death while
eating breakfast, a piece of getting
into his windpipe.
The latest is that Senator Davis, the
author of the very sweeping declaration
of the Monroe doctrine, is after the sec
retaryship of state.
Ex-Congressman Alley of Massachu
setts is dead, aged 78. as an ex
Unio Pacific director and a pioneer of
the old Free Soil party.
It is stated that Speaker Ree has de
cided that he won't let N Mexico
and Arizona into the on while they
remain in favor of free coinage.
The tailors of N York are to pre
sent Mayor Strong it a suit of clothes
made from American manufactured
cloth made from American wool.
Cardinal Guillaume Ren Meignan,
archbishop of Tours, as found dead'in
bed'at Tours, France. was born in
1817 and as created a cardinal in 1893.
Harrison's friends assert that his
chances for getting the Republican
nomination have been helped by his
engagement to Mrs. Mary Lord Dim
LATEST MAEKET BEP0BT&
MILWAUKEE, Jan. 20,1896.
FLOURr-Steady and quiet.
WHEAT—No. 2 spring, 59# No. 1
Northern, 60c May. 61Xc.
O N N 8, 26c.
OATS—Higher. No. 2 white, 19J£c: No
3 white, lSJiQlSc^
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 20,1896.
WHEAT—January close. hSJie May,
66Hc. On track—No. 1 hard, 36%c No. 1
Northern, 55%c No. 2 Northern, 54^c.
DULUTH, Jan. 20,1896.
WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 57Xc No
1 Northern, 56J^c No. 2 Northern, 52?v@
5oHc No. 3 spring, 51J*@50}£c January,
N6. 1 hard, 57^c No. I Northern, 56%c
May No. 1 hard, ttl&c No. 1 Northern,
St. Paul Union Stoek Tarda.
SOUTH S A Jan 20,1896.
HOGS—Steady to strong.
CATTLE—Strong. Good demand for
everything. More cattle wanted
SHEEP—No receipts good demand.
Receipts: Hogs, 2U0 cattle, 1»0 calves,5.
Chlea*** Union Stoek Tarda.
CHICAGO, Jan. 20,1890.
HOGS—Market slow and 5c higher than
Sales ranged at t3.90@412X for light
$3.90(34.12), for mixed 13.00(34.12, for
heavy and firstname.lastname@example.org for rough.
CATTLE—Market quiet-and steady.
Beeves, $email@example.com cows and heifers,
$L0O@3.70 Texas steers, I8.firstname.lastname@example.org stock
em and feeders, email@example.com.
SHEEP—Market steady to strong.
Receipts: Hogs, S0«000 cattle, 15,000
f'^, Chicago Grate and Prorlstoaa,
i^ CHICAGO, Jan. SO, 1896.
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July* »0Mo-, Se*»mber, a
OATO^anuAry 18 May, SQtfe July
a a tUHfO May. 110.77
Argusvflle, N. D.
.TTsed Mother's Friend before birth of my
eighth child. Will never cease its praise.
Mas. F. MOOKK, Colusa, Cal.
Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt
of price, S1.5vper bottle.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
cVdd by an druggists. AXXAIITA, GA,
Custom grinding solicited. Wil grind
wheat for (one eigth) er exchange 3 4
lbs. flour, 5 lbs shorts and 8 lbs. bran
for one bushel of wheat. Flour and feed
sold at prices and delivered at N
free of expense.
The ladies of N should
bear in mind that we lead in
millinery goods of all kinds.
A S and O N N E S
E E S and SILKS.
E A E S and O W E S
A complete line of each always kept
on hand. Also fancy work, stamped pat
terns and ribbons. I embroidery work
and fine yarns we carry a particularly
fine line. MKS. S A A PFEFFERLJE
O O S O I N E W I N N
pi. ©eilep |£pop.
This housf is the most centrally located
hotel the city affords.
Good Sample Rooms.
W E N E SCHOTZKO, Proprietor
Minn. Str. Ne Minn
The only first class
Hotel in the city.
I will serve a hot and cold lunch every
morning, and at the same time the finest
line wines, liquors and cigars will al
ways be found on hand. I will endeav
or to accommodate everybody to the
best of satisfaction, hoping to always ex
tend and improve the place.
Real Estate arid Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornadoes, Hail, Life, Accident
Plate Glass, and Live Stock Insurance
placed in reliable companies.
Real Estate bought and sold. Loans
negotiated on farm property. Passage
tickets sold best steamship lines te
Documents of all kinds executed a
DOCTORS ENDORSE IT.
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tolla of me rtlc Cure*
Stamps, FavettcCo^ Ark.
Dr. B. V. PIKBCB:
Dear Str-I will say this
txo yon, that Consumption
is hereditary in my wife's
family seme have al
ready, died with the dav
ease. Myr wife has a sis-
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oiid-wife for many years, and in each case
^here "Mother's Friend" hadtwennaadithas
accomplished wonders and relieved much
suffering. It is the best remedy for rising of
the breast known, and worth the priceforUuc
alone. lias. M. M. BBUSTEB,
I can ten an expectant mothers If they win
use a few bottles of Mother's Friend they will
go through the ordeal without any pain and
suffering. Mas. MAVBRAITHAM-,
:tn thet suru
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