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SPBIHSF1ELD DBfABT 4BHT.
THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR.
Springfield* Minn Jan. 26 1886.
Thomas A. Wilson,
Justic of the Peace
Collection and Insurance Agent,
Money to Loan.
on real estate secuntv. Collections
i promptly attend to.
Plenty of snow for the present
The sleighbells jingle merrily on our
streets now-a-d lys.
Potatoes are woith 60 cts. a bushel.
It is a difficult matter to obtain them at
present even at so high & price.
We expect the RHVIEW will kmdlj
give us an inkling of what is being done
at the dist courtjthis week
Farmers report excellent sleighing
out in the country.
Messrs. Alwm & Fisher are expect
ed to commence business at this place
about the 1st of next month.
Farmeis should bear in mind that
Mr. A. Henle can furnish them with a
good pair of sleighs for as little money
as any man in Springfield.
Mrs Baker will close her present
series of singing lessons this week
Re\. W. Sweet ot Bashaw tarried
in this town several dajs last week
The bad state of the weather last
Friday and Saturday prevented uiam
of our citizens from attending Mr.
Donelly's lecture at Sleepv Eye.
Another dance will be held at the
hall to-morrow evening under the aus
pices of tne G. A. It will be a time
of pleasure no doubt.
Mis. A. E. Aainas has been quite
ill during the past week, but at present
is regaining health.
A suitable subject for the State
prison stole a fine buffalo robe from a
sleigh belonging to Mr. Blackman of
Selma, Cottonwood Oo while he was
in this town one evening last week. No
punishment can be to severe for such
An interesting tempciencc meeting
was held at the Congregational church
on Friday evening by Mrs. Haggard
from the State of Iowa Mrs. H. is an
accomplished elocutionist and a charac
ter aitist of no mean ability The most
ludicrous as well as the most earnest
phases of her subjects were brought
out in the most perfect maner The
object of the meeting we understand,
"was to organize a prohibition club. The
result of the effort we have not learned.
ANXIOUS MOTHER.Your fear as to.
cough mixtures containing opiates is
natural, but Prof Williams, ex-State
Chemist, of Delaware, who analyzed
Red Star Cough Cure.states that it con
tains neither morphia nor opium, and
is wonderfullv efficacious. Give it tomerchandise
your children by all means. Only 25
Fifty-eight horses were burned to
death in the government stable at Fort
Custer, Mont., recently. The loss to
the government on the" horaes alone is
nearly $9,000, and the equipments and
other ai tides will foot up a large sum.
Awaj with melancholy' No more
rheumatism, neuralgia or toothache.
St. Jacobs* Oil cures all *pain. Price
fifty cents a bottle.
Cyrus W. Field has ordered the demake
molished fence of the Andre monument
at Tappan to be restoied, and it is re
ported that he intends to put up anew
monument to the memory of the British
tfWhaf shall we do ivtth our
This question is asked by a well
known lady lecturer. Well, we can do
a great many things with them, one
thing, we must take good care of their
health, and not let them run down and
become enfeebled. For the feminine
ailments, which may be summed up in
one word debihty.'we have a sover
eign remedy in Brown's Iron Bitters,
which has done much good. Miss Ma
ry Greenfield, of Galatia, HI., writes,
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of ner
vousness, indigestion and general pooi
health." Let the other young ladies
take the hint
The New Jersey coast from Sea
Brigh to Manasquam is piled with
lose corn from the wreck of the steamer
Mary Farr. Farmers from the interior
are carting of the grain by the wagon
Some heathen, are not as much of the
heathen as we think read a Mahome
dan proverb "God has bestowed the
good things of this world to relieve our
necessities, not to reward our virtues
these will be rewarded in another
world." We know of no greater neces
sity to be relieved, than a stubborn
cold, and we know of no better relief
than Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup.
Congiessman Dawson, of the New
Madrid district, Mo., has been restored
to perfect health by drinking the
swamp water of his section. It is im
pregnated with smart tveed and has me
For cuts, bruises, sprains or strains,
burns, scalds, frost-bites, chiblains, and
bites of poisonous insects, nothing, e
quals Salvation Oil. It annihilaies
pain. Price 25 cents a bottle.
My son has had rheumatism since he
#fr wa^s four years old, suffering most in
Millie spring. He has taken three bottles
tkoi Athlophoros and I consider him en
^irelycuied of "his trouble. C.
feprown, Clerk of Circuit Court, Ells
SLEEPI Eh! CORRESPONDM.
This statement of S. B. Aiban, a dr)
goods dealei, of Washington Borough.
Pa is brief, but entirely to the point.
"I do hereby certify that I ha\e been
afflicted with dyspepsia for several
vears, and two bottle of Mishler's Herb
Bitters cured mo." If we undertook to
a collection of certificates of this
soit we could fill a very large volume.
A large lot of battle relics picked up
on Southern battlefieldssabers, rifles,
bayonets, belts, etc., with bullet holes
through themwas sold in New York,
Saturday, to a junk dealer at two^cents
IVever Give up.
If \ou are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss ot appetite general
debility disordered blood, weak constitu
tion headache, or any disease of a billi
ous nature, by all means procure a bot
tle of Electric Bitters. You will be sure
prised to see the rapid improvement
that will follow you will be inspired
with new life strength and activity will
return pain and misery will cease, and
henceforth you will rejoice in the praise
of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a
bottle by C. L. Roos. 2
Nathaniel Wilson of Bloomington,
Mich., after an absence of thirty years,
during which his family have never
heard of him, suddenly came home last
week to find himself a grandfather thir
Words are weak to express the won
derful curative properties of that prince
among modern medicines, Mishler's
Herb Bitters. M. A. Fairer, Supt. of
the Lancaster, Pa.. County Hospital,
abandoned the attempt to express his
delight aed admiration for the medicine.
He had long suffered from dyspepsia,
diseases of the kidneys and neuralgia,
and used hundreds of so-called remedies
without good results. At last he tried
Mishler's Bitters, and in a short time
was perfectly cured.
Another blizzard last Friday.
The deatn late in Sleepy Eye last
year was a little les man 1 per cent of
the entire pouulat on, whicii is a pretty
good shovung for a town of 1400 inha
A 11 pound boy arr ved at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mr. Kinney last
week We are not informed whether
he will be a candidate for marshal or
not but venture to piophecy that he
would make a good one.
Steamship tickets to and from
Europe for sale cheap at Gauerke &
Zieske's. They repiesent several
class lines and all contemplating trips
to any of the old Countnes wnl do wed
to give this firm a call.
Congress seems lo be wasting a great
deal of time on the silver question thi*
session, a bill Having been introduced
to suspend the coinage of silver dollars,
creating a spirited discussion pro and
con. It would be far better for the
country if tne^ would turn their
attention in some direction that would
do less harm it it could do no
ijood. For, even the discussion of a
measure in Congiess. the object of
which is to affect the currency has a
depressing influence on business
throughout the country. We do not
wish to criticise the motivps of senators
.nd representatives who have honest
conv ctions in favor of the demoney
tiaition of silver but it is evident that
there is great pressure being brought
to bear upon congress to obtain the,
passage of this bill which emanates
trom the capitalist and from no other
source We sincerely hope that there
are enough men in Congress who will
take their stand for justice between
capital and labor and see to it that
these money monsters aie not success
ful in their high handed scheme.
It is undoubtedly a fact tnat one
great element in our business depres
sion is the unsettled condition of ourIt
currency caused by these and other at
tempts to change its form and standard.
What the people want is a sound cur
rency made permanent and beyond the
influence of banks and money specula
tors, a currency that can be used by
capitalists as well as the people, but
which cannot be taken advantage of
to the detriment of either. Such a cui
rency would be obtained bv allowing
the free coinage of both gold and silver
at a proper adjustment of their lelative
values and made a legal tender for all
debts and dues of whatever descnpt'on.
Certificates payable on demand in
either gold or silver could be issued,
which would meet every objection, to
the metalic standard. The demoneti
sation of silver cannot be effected with
out depreciating it to a mere article of
and that depreciation is
the destruction of just so much proper
ty Can the country at this time or
ever for that matter afford the loss that
would inevitably follow such a pro
At Topeka, Kan., on Jan. 29, the
quarter centennial anniversary of the
admission of Kansas will be elaborate
ly celebrated. Among the addresses
will be one by ex-Gov. Robinson, the
fiirst governor of the state.
Cnas. L. Roos would specially recom
mend to the ladies Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablet. As a laxative they have no e
qual. They are guaranteed to cure
Chronic Constipation, Dyspepsia, and
disease arising from a deranged
stomach. Witn a free use of the Tab
lets, Sidk Headache is impossible. 5
A TJtfP TO COLFAX SFBIHM.
Colfax Springs, on the Chicago, Rock
Island and Pacific Railroad, is a popular
health resort to which many Western
people go to try the waters, which are
noted for their healing properties. They
are claimed to be beneficial for rheuma
tism and kindred troubles. Mr. Charles
P. Griffin, a butcher of Stuart, la, re
cently made a trial of them and, while
they appear to have done him some good,
he afterwards discovered a cure which
proved infinitely more efficacious. He
gives this account:
My attack was a very severe one, and
for three months I was compelled to close
my store, as I was not able to attend to
business at all My joints were swollen
and there did not seem to be any part of
my body that did not ache After suffer
ing in this way until the pain was almost
beyond endurance I went to Colfax
Springs to try the effects of the waters.
The day I left home I had to be carried
down stairs. After remaining at the
Springs a month I came back home feel
ing somewhat better A few weeks later,
however, I had a relapse which prostrated
me the same as before It was at that time
that I learned of Athlophoros I sent for
a bottle of it, and in fifteen minutes after
I had taken the first dose I felt the effects
of it, and when I had finished my third
bottle I was well I have not had any
rheumatism since -*nd have attended to my
business every day, which is a thorough
test, as I am obliged to be out all kinds of
weather and at all seasons of the year. If
1 had known of Athlophoros in the first
place it would have saved me hundreds of
dollars and the detriment t my business
in closing my store I take great pleasure
in recommending it to others
Dr. L. D. Rounds, a dentist, for six
teen \ears a resident of Oskaloosa, but for
the past three^vears of Albia, la, relates
an equally pleasant experience with Atn
Rheumatism," he says, has been my
most serious trouble until aboutayear ago,
when I used a bottle of Athlophoros.
Since that time I have not had a twinge of
it Previously I had been subject to sciatic
rheumatism for several years, many times
so badly that I could scarcely drag myself
around. When I commenced with Athlo
phoros my legs were so stiff that I could
scarcely get up the steps to my office. But
I am not troubled that way now, and the
joints of my legs are as free as they ever
were. I had tried so many remedies be
fore that I had no faith in Athlophoros
when I began with it, but I changed my
mind after I had taken a few doses and
found relief All I used was one bottle.
is the grandest medicine ever heard of
for rheumatism. My wife has also used
Athlophoros with success equal to mine
During the years I have been in busi-
ness," says O. E. Givins, a druggist at
Stuart, Mr. Griffin's home, I have sold
many different kinds of proprietary medi
cines but none that has given such uni
versal satisfaction as Athlophoros has for
rheumatism. I always feel when I hand
out a bottle of that medicine to a custo
mer that I am giving him the full value
of his money. Since I have seen its won
derful effects among mycustomers I gladly
recommend it in every instance for rheu
If you cannot get ATHLOPHOROS of your drug
gist, we will send it express paid, on receipt of
regular priceone dollar per bottle We prefer
that you buy it from ou druggist, but if he
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something
lae, but order at once from us, as directed
ATHLOPHOROS Co, 112 Wall Street, New "iork.
R. N. Reichelt
gives ins*iuction in Pi mo, organ, violin
and vocal music after the new est and
most practical methods. Violin schol
ars will be instructed singly or in class
The tuning and repairing of pianos a
Residence- Cor. German and 2nd
N. Sts. New Ulm
State of Minneeoh, Court) of Brown 3s Iu
Probate Court Special Term January 6th 1886
In the Mattel of the Estate of Ella Nichols
On reading and filing the petition of Luther
Nichrls, administrator of the et-tate of Ella
Nichols deceased, representing imotig other
things, thatjhe has folly administered sn a estate,
and praying thit a tii'.e and p) ice befixedfo
examining and allowing his account of his ad
ministration, and for the assignment of the resi
due of said estate to heirs
It is ordered, that siid account be examined,
and petition heard, by the Judge of this court,
on Saturday the 6th diy of Februaiy A 1886
at 10 o'clock a at the Probitc ofhec in said
And it is further ordered that notice thereof be
Chen to all rtersons interested, publishing a
copy of this order for three successrve weeks pri
or to raid day of hearing in the New Ulm Review
i weekly newspaper, printed and published at the
City of New TJlm in said County
Dated at New Ulm the 6th day of January, A
1886 fly the Court,
Jan 27, 86 Judge of Probate
The formula by which Mishler's Herb
Bitters is compounded is over two hm
dred years old, and of German origin.
The entire range of proprietary medicines
cannot produce a preparation that en-t
joys so high a reputation in the community
inhere it is made as
It is the best remedy for Kidney anfi
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Cramp in the Stomach, Indiges
tion, Malaria, Periodical Com
plaints, etc. As a Blood Purifier,
it has no equal. It tones the system,
strengthening, invigorating and giving
The late Judge Hayes, of Lancaster Co, Pa.. stt
able Janet and an honored citUen, once wrote.
Mishler's Herb Bitters is, very widely known,
and has acquired a gnat reputation for medi
cinal and curative properties. I havensedmyself
and in my family several bottles, and I am satis
fied that the reputation 1B not unmerited."
M1SHLEB HEBB BITTEBB CO.,
525 Commerce St., Philadelphia.
DR: C. WESCHCKE, PROPR
NEW ULM, MINN.
A full and fresh stock of drugs and medicines,
also paints, oils, glass, liquor, wines and musical
merchandise Physicians'prescriptions carefully
compounded at all hours of the day and night
Parker'sPleatantWormSyrapHeTerFails I jog.farice25ct.MDruggltotf,
EM. SCDN0BR1CH, Prop'r,
Minn. Street, New TJlm.
Fine imported and domestic wines,
liquors, cigars, New Ulm and Milwau
kee beer. Splendid free lunch from 10
a. m. to 12 m. each day.
CANNED, DRIED & GREEN
Flotir sundi Feed.*
STONE,WOODEN AND WILLOW
NEW ULM, MINN.
Empire Mill Co
24 Rollers and 4 Burrs.
We 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
At the Highest Market Prices.
We sell all kinds of
&T LOW RATES.
Special Attention givep to
An extra stone for gun ding feed.
Wood laken for cash or in exchange.
$iqpii ]\iill do.
and CHEAP SALES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Minnesota, County of Brown ^-1? Pro.
In the Matter of the Etnte of John A Potter
Notice is hereby git en to all persons ha\iug
claims and demands against the estate cf John A
Potter late of the Count} of Brow deceased, that
the Judge of the Probate Court of 'aid co untj
will hear, examine, and adjust claim* and dc
mands against said estate, at his office in the Cit
ol New Ulm in said county, on the first Mo nday
of each month for six successive months, com
mencing with the first Monday in January 1886,
and that six months from the 27th day of Noveit
iier 1885 have been limited and allowed by paid
Probate Court for creditors to present their
LA FOREST POTTER
Executor of the estate of John A. Potter De
GrEO BENTZ A CO
Importers and Wholesale Dealer!la
110 W. 3d St. Sx PAIL, Minn.
Send 10 cents postage, and we will
mail you free a royal, valuable,
sample box of goods that will putyou
i the way of making mmre mnty
at once, than anything else in America Both
sexes of all ages can live at home and work in
spere time, or all tbe time Capital not required
We will start you. Immense pay suie for those
wbo start at once STINSON & Co. Portland,
Maine. [NOT 486
And all Bilious Complaints
A. Behnke, Manager.
MANUFACTrRER OF & DEALER IX
Boot and Shoes!
Minn. &3d N. stis., New Ulm, Minn
Alaige assortment of men's and
boys' boots and shoes, and ladies' and
children's shoes constantly kept on
hand. Custom work and repairing
promptly attended to.
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 DBAWING.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 Money Order Div., and to
officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For
circular, advice, terms and references
to actual clients in your own State |or
Countv, write to
C.A. SNOW &c
Opposite Patent Office, Washington,
WENZEL SGHOTZKO, Proprietor,
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
Massillicn Vibrator and Straw Burning Engine.
And Ames* Straw-Burning Engine,
The Minneapolis, Dennet and Wood's Twine Binders, Reapers and
Mjwers. The Stoogbton Wagons & Bnggjes. The
Bock Island Stubble Plows.
the Domestic Sawing Machines
I will sell cheaper than any otn^r firm west of the Mississippi Rivet
BARB FENCE WIRE IN PARTICULAR
Call and see me before purchasing eke where. Everything is warrant
d, and a full line of Repairs ahvajs on hand
SPRINGFIELD, TRACT AXD
NEW ULM, MIXJT.
Large, airy rooms, and au A No.
1 table. Good sample room for the
accommodation ot commeicial trav
elers iu connection with the hotel.
The finest wines, liquors and ci
gars at the bar.
9100 Pnce-our price being 75 centtskper bottle, LARGE SIZE.
S, D. Peterson.
THE WAR HAS BEGUN
Ross & Setter,
Successors to H. B. CONSTANS
B, BEHNEE & CO,,,
ARE IN THE FIELD WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots and Shoes^
for the fall and winter trade, and we take this, early oppcrtunity t0
invite our friends and Customers to give us a call and examine our good
We will Not be Undersold
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH rtCHASERS.
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 Fn of
Philadelphia, Orient of Hartford, Com
mercial Union of London London As
surance Co. and Northern Assurance
Co, of London
Oifiee in Blown County Bank
NEW ULM, MINN.
B. BEHIIKE & CO
ii IM I
Wine& Iiquoi^ dig*u.
Mira St two d^-ors north of Behi *.c
sM\ cLM, MINN.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Cor. Minnesota and Centre
New TJlm. Minn.
Or i eiders for 12 cents in postage stamps tt
hay for maihnirand wrappint and names tw
Iboook igtnts will receive VREK a Steel M
ti/i Parlor Engraving of a'l OUR JPHJ2*m
ilUEJYTS, including Clevtla.d, size 28x28
n .worth $4 00
Address Elder Pub. Oo Ob'cago 11.
STOVE S TINWARE
Kieshng's Building, Corner Center and
torn tb- Extract
nULWUIIBL Black Walnut Holliand Mex
ican Soap Root with Vaaallnc andother ingredient*
(agreeably perfumed). In the Walnut Molls we get
the Coloring and Astringent matter In the Vase
line we get the Softening and Dressing qualities.
In the Mexican Soap Boot we get the Cleansing
and Stimulating effects at the roots of the hair It is
not a Dye [We do not use Nitrate of Silver We in
vite Ladies and GentlemenOLD or YOUNG, BALD or
GRAY-tousc WALNUTINE, knowing that its effect
will cause you to recommend it to others who desire to
produce a healthy growth of dark or brown hair It will
gradually change and restore Gray hair to its nat
ural color, without discoloring theoskins It also re
ail a trial thi NE W DI S
and Dandruff and prevents the
hairLfromI falling off. We recommend the disuse 2
*esslng EVER MADE"
is unquestionably the Best Hair Re-
It isa soldt by[afl Druggists 2 per lessN
BUND'S NEW DISCOVERY when you call for it BOND Sc CO.. riiira^n VJ#L!
prletors. The Trade supplied by all WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS: hicago, Pro-
thanIitrn old! article-rasjstatn5havincent WALlTN E