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VOLUME NO. IX. NO. 32.
PUBLISHED EVERY -BY*r JOS.B0B1^%. OFFICE OVEft CPT ffftflp &R>ft tl&O FEB YEA^t. i 'ftrr^TT'fllHh' r\R. A HARDEN* RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st K. Streets. NEW ULM, MINN. TVl. C. BERBY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office over Kiesling, Keller Co's NKWTJLM, MINN, JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney su^ Counselor AtLaw. Titles examined and perfected *j particular attention given to collec f^ions ^"Office over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. FRANCIS BAASEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Collections Promptly Attended to NEW ULM MINN JOHN LIND. A. C.HAOBEBO. ^LIND & HAGBERG, Attorneys andCounselors at Law. Attend to Suits in all the State & U.S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections GERMAN AND SCADINAVIAN LAN- GUAGES SPOKEN. NEW ULM, MINN. DAKOTA HOUSE, OPP. POST OFFICE NEW ULM, MINIS i ADOLPH SEITER, Prop'r ijiis house is the most ceBtrally 1 cated house in the city and affords good Sample Rooms. Mm T. Westphal. Keeps on hand a large and well ^assorted stock of millinery, fan^ I goods and zephyr wool, opposite the Union Hotel, between second and Third North streets. 1 NEW ULM, MINN :M:I:LI:LII:N-E:R,Y AND DRESS MAKING. Mrs. Anton Olding, NEXT DOOR TO "^SOMMER'S STORE, NEW ULM, Has on hand a good stock of MillnervGooda con sisting in urt of Hats, Bonnets, Velvets, Silks Ribbons. Feathers, Human Hair, Flowers, kc Also Patterns for stamping monograms. Stamp vVfc of all kinds Embroidery Work and Fashion, bio dressmaking done to order &Tig.Jfchell, BHEWER,MALTSTER& BOTTLER. Jf$WUl(M, MDW This brewery is one of thelargost.establisuinentt of the kind ibe Minnesota Valley and is fitted np with all the modern improvements Keg am) bottle beer nrmshed to any parr of the city on thorS notice. My bottle beer is especially adapted for family use Country brewers and others that bny malt will find it to their interest to place theii orders with me. All orders by mall will receive my prompt at tention. AUG. SCHELL Agent for 11 1 MiDLENER, Chicago, Importer of WINES AND LIQUORS Warranted Genuine Goods, at Low est Wholesale and retail. Blatz bottled beer always on hand. rPrices. ESLINGlSBLOCK, New Ulm, Minn. New Ulm agency Union Endowment Association of Minnesota. J. B. Arnold, r' Dealei in CO Om & HEATING STOVS HARDWARE, 'TPiH-ware & 15 1 1 Xhe sboo is in charge of in experienced hand gives the manding and repairing of tin-ware .pecialact:action All wrk warranted. &, NEW ULM, MINN. Ai&il The first session of the Forty-ninth congress, which ended last Thursday, began on Monday, Dec. 7, 1885, and covered va At period of seven months and twenty-eight days, or 241 days, exclu sive of Sundays. Of this time the sen ate was in session 164 days and thehis house 185 days. During that time there were introduced in the two houses 13,202 measures, of which 10,014 were house bills, and 214 house joint resolu tions and 1,891 bills and 83 joint resolu tions of the senate. The measures pro posed for laws exceeded in number by 2,949 those introduced at the first ses sion of the Forty-eighth congress, which sat for seven months and four days, or 165 days, of actual working time. The President vetoed 113 bills, approved 80S and 181 became laws by limitation. President Cleveland vetoed four more bills than all his predeccs, sors since the foundation of the govern ment. The M**l-Kelly-Doran movement has died abornin1. The great majority of the kickers are back-sliding and tumb ling over each other in their haste to get back into the Kelly-Doran camp. Donnelly seeing the hopelessness of bringing his fight against the bosses to a successful issue within the party now comes forward with a proposition to organize a third party on the anti railroad and favor-labor plan When the anti-Kelly element can carry local conventions, the third party will in dorse the Democratic ticket and when the regular Democrats hold their own a third ticket will be nominated. Kelly and Doran are peifectly satisfied with the situation and have decided to call the State central committee together this week to decide upon a time and place for the State convention Those who have been anticipating a hrst-class circus will be disappointed. Clencoe Register We v\ ere promised two years ago that Cleveland's election would at once set the wheels of busi ness in motion in all parts of the United States that the democratic administra would surely be the poor man's milleni um Oui faimers were told that in less than a year after the inauguration ot a democratic piesident wheat would be worth a dollar a bushel in Minnesota, and otner such extravagant promises were made to catch votes How have these pionuses been met 9 Labor has not been so depressed in a quarter of a century as it is to-da} The poor man of this generation nevei saw harder times. Labor stnks and anarchistic riots, have been the order of the day. The great industries of the country have been paralyzed and the pioducts of the same are selling for less to-day then they have at any time during the last twenty-six ears, with little pros pect of any material advance Senator Miller, of New York, sajs the notion that the oleomargarine bill was emasculated the Senate, or ma terially weakened in any way is with out foundation. While the framers had fixed upon a 5 per cent tax, and while he worked to secuie it, still the rate of tax was not the important feature of the bill. The evil sought to be cured was the putting on the market under the guise and in the name of butter, a variety of fraudulent imitations. The machinery devised to prevent this, Senator Miller says, is retained in all its vigor in the bill as it became a law. Oleomargarine and all imitations of butter must henceforth be put in stamp ed and branded packages and stand on their own merits. The penalties for violation are severe and the machinery for the detection of evasion and for the enforcement of the law is as near per fection as the experience of the internal revenue department could invent. Here is a specimen of President Cleveland's pension vetoes, as' shown up by the Waterloo, Iowa, Eeporter "Among the list of Cleveland's re cent pension vetoes we notice the name of David T. Elderkin, of Union town ship, this county. Elderkin was a faith ful Union soldier, and is very deaf from injuries he received the war. He and his companion were one day engag ed in battle with the enemy when a shell severed the head from the body of ?i soldier who stood duectly in front of Elderkin, and apiece of the shell, a portion of the brain and the blood from the dead man struck Elderkin in thewho nead and face. While not making any serious wound, the shock was so great that the unfortunate man's mind has been shattered ever since. Clark Ed wards lemembered the case and hebought says that in all his experience his sym pathy was never aroused to such apitch as it was when he was making out ne cessary papers for this man. He is deaf and his mind is shattered, but what Cleveland for that? He was a Union soldier, that was enough, and veto was marked in plain letters on the MINNESOTA NEWS. Adolph Kranke, a German farmer 49 years old, of Hale, McLeod county, suicided by hanging himself to a tree, the top of which he had withed around neck. Gov. Marshall's scheme to pardon the Younger brothers continues to call out letters of indignation from all over the State. Four men, believed to be the Min neapolis Postoffice robbers, were arrest ed in Chicago on Monday. One of them attempted to sell $4,000 worth of stamps. A farmers' convention has been called to meet in Good Thunder, Blue Earth county, to nominate a full ticket for the county and legislate offices. A cool spell of weather is predict ed for the latter part of August by Kellogg, the St. Paul weather prophet It is some consolation to know that we can cool off nearly a month hence. Marshall county asks the State to contribute $50,000 for the relief of the sufferers by the hail storm of July 24. BessieJLeeland, daughter of B. L. Leeland, met her death near Marshall, by falling from a load of grain, the hind wheel of the wagon passing over her arm and neck. She lived but two hours. Some of the clover fields in Good hue county are said to be badly infested by the weevil, which insect attacks the blossoms and effectually destro) the crop of seed Owatonna parties are working for a narrow gauge railroad with wooden rails from Albert Lea to Kenyon. Strong evidences of coal oil have been discovered by men engaged in duvmg a well on the farm of Ferdi nand Brasch, near Gaylord. While hunting near Pipestone, Vic tor Johnson was shot the accident al discharge of his gun. His light shoulder was shattered, and it is feaied the wound will prove fatal Robert Johnson and John Bramon, of Eyota, were riding a threshing ma chine engine across Bear creek bnd ge, when the bridge broke and thev fell twelve feet Johnson's wrist was brok en and he was injured internally Bia mon's shoulder and seveial ribs were broken. Two men representing themselves to be fromSt Paul drove up to a farmer's residence in New Market, and exhibit ing an allegt chattel mortgage, diove away with one of Ms horses. Ih horse lias not been recovered During the year ending August 1, 1886, Governor Hubbard has pardoned six prisoners in the Stillwater penitenti ary. Piesident Cleveland pardoned one. St. Paul, not intending to be out done by her twin sister-Minneapolu-ha organized a panorama company with Capt H. A. Castle as presideut. Ih panorama will be the Battle of Gettys burg, and will be a grand painting. 'Kc\s^* Blood Elixir is the only Blood Remedy guaran teed. It is a positive curefor Ulcers, Erup tionsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it. Chas. L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn. "That Sponger is a perfect hend for borrowing money." "Yes, I know. He used to borrow of me till I cured him." "How did you do it "Ilent him a bogus ten-dollar bill and he has never forgiven me, thank heaven." The Rambler. Why will you suffer when 25c will buy a bottle of West's Pain King and one dose will cure the worst case of col ic or cramps and a few doses will cuie summer complaint, dysentery, diarrhoea or flux. All druggists. Mrs. de Hobson Clark (who flatters herself upon her youthful appearances) "You would scarcely think, Mr. Dumley, that the stalwart young fellow near the piano is my son, would you Dumley (gallantly) "No, indeed, Mrs. Clarke it seem3 absolutely impossible. Aheris he your eldest son Bazar. once forCanvassing Canvaesit Wanted 9" Excitement in Texas. it. papers that might have brought relief I (especially chronic cases),^ ^Croup, to whom it was due.' Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the reconvince markable lecovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, was so helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ery was sent him. Finding relief, he a large bottle and a box of Dr. Kings New Life Pills, by the time he had taken two boxes of Pdls and twobrick bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery or Consumption free at C. L. Roos. 2 He guarantees it to cure all Coughs Asthma and Consumption. PMMii^M':^f'mmkk&A i O N EW ULM, BROWN COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, Aug. 11, 1S86. WHOLE NUMBER, 448. Hardacre was wearily watching a most villainously poor game of base ball. "What are they?" he asked. "They are picked nines," replied the scorer. "Then," said the suffering spectator, "they were picked before they were ripeJBurdette. Dr. Tanner fasted forty days and lived. It would not be safe at this sea son of the year to go a single day without a supply of West's Pain King in the house. Beady at a moment's notice and costs but 25c. All drug gists. I had given myself up as lost because of inherited scrofula. Tried everything for purifying the blood without benefit until I used Parker's Tonic, and can truthfully say that it has cured me. I still use it for its splendid effect on my general health- H. K. Lynd, Chicago. Sept. 1. Young Featherly had been imparting seme informations to Mrs. de Towser which interested that lady very much. "1 am quite surprised, Mr. Fatherly," she said, "to hear of this. It only shows thatthat" "One is never toolbld io learn?" prompted Featherly, gallantly.Baxar. 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Remember the pjacfeBroadway, near Union Hall *$ P. D. WERTS. LOOK AT THIS! We g& send a RUDY F0T08MPHER ToAnyAddresa fOR 2 5 GENTS Takes pictures of anything and anybody, at any timeand at any plaee Ajrents wanted. Address READY FOTOGRAPgjttfr 841 Stategt. Chicago, Ml 0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A maf' vel of purity, strengh and wholesome ness. More economical than the ordi nary kinds, and cannot be sold in com petitien with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate pow ders. Sold only cans ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 "Wall street, New York. 5-1 03 O INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY. I We beg to inform the people of NefeTJlm and vicinity that on or about the 10th of June we Will open in Ruemk's brick block one of the finest and best selected stocks ot Clothing for Men, Boys and Children ever shown in New Ulm also a large stock of Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur- nishing Goods, Neckwear of the finest quality also Trunks and Valises. We will strive to please you all. Please give us a call and yourself that the above facts are true. Re- member the place, Ruemk & block. J ^fJ&f# CUnr ri 2 CO 8 SB 8 *i 06 to 03 0 05 rS 4) ro JOHN ALBERT, Proprietor. it fcjft jyR. STRICKLER, (0 "Z S Z. z~ e 5 Office over Beussman's Hardware Store. NEW ULM, MINN C. BALTRUSCH, DEALER I N Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, Mens and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Jackets and Dolmans 5* LADIES' AND GENTS' Furnishing Goods, ALSO GROCERIES, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE BOOTS AND SHOES, And the very latestpatterns in Dress Goods & Trimmings puichases been made di- rectyand for cash,have enabled and I am thereby to ^ak the lowest prices Call and examine my stock and com pare prices befoie purchasing else where. BALTRUSCH l&vorvri 0. UBcmk, CHADBOURN, President O O NEW ULM, C3 CJ C.H ROS! Cashit Cor. Minn, and Centre Strs. Mkk Collectioneand all business pertaining to banian promptly attended to Individual Responsibitiy $500,000. EagleMIirCo. Manufacturers of ROLLER FLOUF BY THL Gradual Reduction Roller System, NEW ULM, MINN Cheap Cash Store. G$O. j$doft DEALER IN GOODS, NOTIONS, DRY GR0CERIESHW10CKERYS' and OILS. Also Musical Instruments and WHJEELEB, & WIL SON'S Latst Improved SEWING MACHINES All Goods Sold at Bottom Prices. NEW ULM, MINN Jno. Neuman, Dealer in UTtrr O-OODS, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and Glassware, Green, Dried and Canned Fruits, etc, etc. 1 will always take farm produce in exchange for goods, and pay the highest market price for all kinds of paper rags In connection with my store I ha-ve a first Ian saloon furnished with a splendid billiard table and my customers will always fijid good liquors and cigars,and every forenoon a splendid lunch All goods purchased of me will be delivered t any part of the city free of cost Minnesota Street, New Ulm Minn Meat Market, M. EPPLE, Prop'r. MINNESOTA ST. NEW ULM,MINN. i-pHE undersigned desires to inform the people of I New Ulm and vicinity that he has -e estabhsb eahis meat market and is now preapared to waifi on his old customers and friends with only the best fresh and cured meats, sausages, lard and ev erything usually kept in a first-class market The highest market price will be paid for FAT CAT TLE, HIDES, WOOL, ETC EPPLE. NEW Meat Market. JOS. SGENOBBICI, Prop'r., New Dim, inn. A large supply of fresh meats, sau sage, hams, lard, etc., constantly oa hand. All orders from the country prompt!^ attended to. _CASHPATD FOR HIDES