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Justice of the Peace, Collection and Insurance Agent, Money to Loan on real estate security. Collections promptly attended to. SPRINGFIELD, MINN. SPfilHD DEPARTMENT. THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR. Springfield, Minn.,Aug. 11th, 1886. Business is improving. Potatoes will be a scarcity in this market this season. Insure your property with T. A. Wilson, agent. Good reliable compa nies. Our housewives all say the Spring field "best family flour" is immense. The first load of new wheat brought to this market was purchased on Satur day last. The grain in this part of the coun try is now all stacked. Farmers are fortunate in having their grain secured without being damaged by rains. Lucas Fecker says that ere long the Springfield House will assume a new color. Lucas is a prospering landlord. Don't forget that Ira Bonner keeps some of the choicest eating apples in town. Farmers inform us that snipes are nearly as large as prairie chickens. If tbis be so they must certainly be good eating. Messrs. Hash & Dell of Atlantic, Iowa, proprietors of the "Red Line .Ditchers" have been operating in North Star and Sundown townships for some time. Their charges being moderate many-farmers have taken advantage of the opportunity to have their lands drained, and rendered in a better con dition for cultivation. Mr. G. W. Harrington of Leaven worth township was in the village Sat urday shaking hands with his many friends and acquaintances. We under stand that Mr. H. will be a candidate for the office of Sheriff, providing the people will give assurance of their sup port. He is a popular man in the west ern part of the county and would, if elected, make a good officer. Mr. Conrad Ohlson continues mak ing improvements upon his residence and grounds. He is at present putting up a nice picket fence. A number of Bashaw farmers in form us that Sunday shootists will find it exceedingly perilous to go gunning in that section on the Sabbath. Mr.B.Juni.of NewUlm, was looking over this part of the county last week with a view of becoming a can didate for the office of County Super intendent of schools. Mr. is a com petent man, and he will, we think, make a good show up on election day. Mr. A. E Aarnas and family de parted for their new home at Montevi dio, Minn., on Monday. A large num ber of citizens gathered at the depot to bid them farewell and to wish them success. Sprinfield loses a good citi zen, The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies. "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles and was cured ot Rheumatism of 10 years standing." Abraham Hare, Druggist, Bellville.,0. affirms: "The best}selling medicine I have ever handled in my 20 years ex perience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at C. L. Roos' Drug Store.  Milf&rd Items. Stacking was completed in this vicinity last week. Some ot our farmers have their plowing under way. Treshing has commenced at dmer ent parts in this town, but we have as yet not learned as to the yield. Farmers think that the new wheat is of abetter quality than that of last year. John Sester, our blacksmith at Essig, is kept busy shoing horses and sharpening plows nowadays. Mr. A. W. Bingham, of New Ulm, was up at Essig one day last week looking after his hardware and lumber business. Mr. Peter Herian, of New Ulm, was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mueller at Essig one day last week. Our blacksmith informs us that a wagon shop will soon be opened at Es sig, by parties from Sleepy Eye, Well, we need one. We are informed that Mr. B, Juni, of New Ulm, is already making an ac tive canvass for the office of superinten dent of schools. Isn't it rather early What has become of our Milford band Can it be that such an encour aging and progressive enterprise has been snowed under If this should be the case we can not but regret it. The story,which has so long been kept secret has at last found its way to the public, and this must be the cause why your correspondent happens to know at least something about it. The story rises something like this :Our genial store keeper, Mr. Chas. Essig, has for quite awhile been busily en gaged in setting up the pins in such a way that he might lake unto him a lit tle wife, which he succeeded in doing on the 12th inst. Miss Emily Kroschel, of this town, i* the one he choses to walk with him thrbugh the pathway of life. The wedding took place the same day and a grand affair it was, and thechills, boys looked upon it with no slight de gree of admiration. Charley, we con gratulate. Farmers are talking politics now adays.* i Savrc the Children. They are es pecially liable to sudden Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. We guarantee Acker's English Remedy a positive cure. It saves /hours of anxious watching. Sold by Chas. L. Roos, .New Ulm, Minn.^^f SLEEP! EYE CORflESPONDENCE. John Raschka, who was reported a week ago as being sick with glanders, is all O. K. His blood being out of or der he broke out in blotches, but Dr.Chas. Wellcome is bringing him around all right Nick Nenno and wife were up from New Ulm Sunday visiting with friends, and a gay time they had, by all reports. Mr3. Peterson, daughter ot Mr Marquarr, is very low with consump tion and is not expected to recover. The son of Mr. Somerfeld, who got so badly hurt by lightning some time ago, is improving nicely. He is able to'be around. New buildings are going up allMinn. over town, which indicates good times. Stacking is nearly finished around Sleepy Eye. Gallagher & Davis have some very choice farm lands for sale, and cheap. Parties would do well to call on them before buying. Mrs. T. E. Bowen presented her husband with a bouncing big girl Sun day morning. Tom was around Mon day setting 'em up to the boys in good shape. Mother and babe doing nicely. Wm. Voigtschild comes next, his wife presented him with a fourteen ft. girl Monday evening. Wm. says he is not really satisfied, but things some times don't turn out as you wish them. He expected a little boy, you know. Her features are not regular, yet what an attractive face she has It is her beautiful hair. Once it was thin, frayishsanHair fading. A few bottles of arker' Balsam wrought the transformation. It will do as much for anybody, Sept. 1. Mrs. Sherman of Covington, Ky., summering at Huronia Beech, Mich., raised a rebel flag on her cottage, and it was lorn down by the villagers. All leading druggists will jgladly in form anyone enquiring as to the"won derful merith ot West's Pain King. The standard remedy for flux, dysen tery, summer complaint, cholera mor bus, cholera, colic, etc. 25c* a mis- be re- unwill- Since The porcelain egg has found sion at last, and will no longer stricted to the duty of enticing ing hens into executive session Rhode Island became a prohibitory State'the summer visitors to Newport and Narragansett Pier have suffered untold tortures, and porcelain eggs, loaded with whisky and chalked to re present the genuine staple of the barn yard, are exported from Boston to theCo, blue law State in large numbers. It is of the greatest importance that all bowel and stomach complaints should be attended to at once, especially at this season of the year. West's Pain King is prompt, reliable and certain never to fail. Only 25c. All drug gists. Maj. Macray of New York says he has found the exact spot where Capt. Kida's treasure is buried, near New Yore, He says that it amounts to $7,000,000. West's Pain King acts promptly, cures quickly. Never fails to cure bowel complaint, colic, cholera morbus, cholera. Costs but 25c. and is always ready. Enquire regarding its merits of any druggists. Sam Jones says "There is some thing wrong when a preacher gets four hundred dollars and a pitcher five thou sand dollars." But Sam should re member that the five-thousand-dollar pitcher has a much better delivery than the four-hundred-dollar preacher. Boston Transcript. West's Pain King excels all! other re medies in promptly curing dysentery, diarrhoea, flux, cholera, cholera mor bus and all diseases of the stomach and bowels. Price only 25c. All drug gists. Bobbie is the son of a high official in Washington, and he is as bright as his father. He goes to Sunday-school, and last Sunday the teacher indulged in a little talk on home religion. "Does your father say grace at the table she asked, when she came to Bobbie, "our waiter-girl ain't named Grace." Ex. Thousands of lives saved annually by the use of the West's Pain King, the household remedy for chills, colds, flux, summer complaint, dysentery, colic and cholera. Only 25c. All druggists. It was a Montpellier "character" who, years ago, while at a railroad station when a young man came in just too late for the train and began jawing about it, said to the belated youth: "Young man, when you ain't here they run the railroad train by the clock [pointing to the timepiece] up there." St. Albans Messenger. Cholera will visit us this summer. Be prepared by securing a supply of West's Pain King, to be kept within reach. Disinfect your premises, as cleanliness and West's Pain King will carry you safely through. Only 25c. All druggists. "Say, grandma, the archbishop has taken the berretta-" "Hen?" "The archbishop has taken the beretta!" "Took what This weather stops my hearing all up." Hastakenthe beretta." "Oh, that's nothin' child. There ain't no danger of catchin' it away down here.Washington Post. West's Pain King is a purely vegetab le compound for the certain cure of colds, flux, dysentery, diarrhoea, summer complaint, "colic, cholera mor bus, cholera and cholera infantum, 25c. All druggists. "Charley," said young Mrs. Tucker to her husband, "I don't mind your drinking once in a while, as long as you eat plenty of cloves, but I do hope you will always drink nice, pure, sweet whisky. I saw a sign in the street the other day which says, 'Whiskey Sours', and I know the stuft must be unhealthy after it sours.Merchant Travelers. CctfO\ SVc^Y *& is the it of thousands suffering from Asthmk, on sumption, Cough*, tc. Did you ever try Acker's English Remedy? It is fjie best preparation known for all Lung Troubles, sold on a positive guarantee at l(j|c, 50c L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn AND BILLIARD HALL, EN. SCHN0BR1CH Proper, Street, New^ 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 day. STABJLJE, THOS. MULVERHILL, Prep. Fine turnouts furnished with or without drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, banting and Pleasure parties furnished teams. Ladies' Saddle horses. Fine Carriages for funerals. Office and stable in Laudenschlager'8 Barn Ross & Seiter, .Successors toH.B. CONSTANS. MCE. 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 Fire of Philadelphia Orient of Hartford Com mercial Union of London London As surance Co. and Northern Assurance of London. Office in Brown County Bank NEWULM, MINN F. BEHNKE, =DEALE IN= etfy, Ikm etd. GOOD TABLE BUTTER. New Brick,Cor. Minn. & Centre Sirs., NEW UM, MINN. Goods sold at Rock-bottom prices for cash. Goods delivered in anyj'part/of the city. MAX J. ROSSKOPF THEO. MUELLER. ROSSKOPF & MUELLER, MANUFACTURERS OFj CtCASS* AND DEALERS IN Tobacco and Smokers' Articles. Ruemke's Building, New Dim, Minn. Jacob Klossner, Jr.,- DEALER IN Sl\elf Sekvy fWdw&f AND All Kinds of Farm Machinery, NEW ULM, MINN. WESZEL SCIOTZKO, Proprietor, Mixsr. ST., NEW ULM, Mnrer. Large, airy rooms, and an A No. 1 table. Good sample room for the accommodation of commercial trav elers iu connection with the hotel. Rates reasonable The finest wines, liquors and gars at the bar. ci- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Minnesota, County of Brown In Probate Court In the matter of the estate of C.Nelson, de ceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons havinet claims and demands against the estate of T. 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 against said estate, at hie 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 first Monday in August 1886 and that six months from the 25th day of Jane 1886 have been limited and aUowed by said Probate Court for creditors to present their claims NELS NELSON, ,-i Execntorof the Estate of T. Nelson Deceased. !BJiM.MtB IJT FRESH AND CANNED Ice Crea and. SODA WATER. Minn. St., opposite Dakota House* NEW ULM, MINN. WOOLEN MILL, near New Ulm. Carding. Spinning, Weaving, Fulling, etc. j3Wool taken in exchange for blanket ings, flannels, full-cloth, yarns, etc. Orders should be left at the mill or with Mr. H. Kunze, near Turner Hall. Satisjaction guaranteed in every in stance. B. MARSCHNER,- Prop'r. Empire Mill Co. ROLLER MILL. 24 Rollers and 4 Burrs. We take pleasure in informing the 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 Wheat, Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, At the Highest Market Prices. We sell all kinds of ILOUR, SHORTS, BRAN, &c, AT LOW RATES. Special Attention givep to C-ustono. "Work An extra sto**e for grinding feed. Steam Cornsheller. Wood taken for cash or in exchange. Sfopife JVIill Co. CASH PURCHASES and CHEAP SALES. R. Pfefferle, Dealer in CANNED, DRIED & GREEN FRUITS, Flour and Feed* STONE,WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE.' NEW ULM, MINN. MB, SCBBOCK, 672 W. Lake St., Chicago,WM Wel\\\ess frbm Rheumatism. Bis physicians feared amputa tion ot the leg would oe necessary He tried AIHLOPHOBOS, andin two days was cured. A protestor in a medical college once said to his class "put your hand in a vice, turn the screw until the pain is all you can bear, and that's rheu matism, turn the screw once more, and that's neuralgiaand gentlemen, the medical profession knows no cure for either.'* That was before the CUBCOV- RTUf ABUODftC whichdoesand will ry of AI nLUrnUnUO qnickly cure both rheumatism and neuralgia, and many physicians use it regularlyfrankly admitting ttjat theycan prescribe nothingelse so effective. Many persons have tried so many so-called rem edies, without benefit, that they have no faith to try more, but It Is worth your while to try Ath- tOphoros. If you have any doubts as to its value write for names of parties in your own State who havebeen curedby its use fsk your druggist for AthlOphOros. If you cannotget it of him we will send it express paid on receipt of regular priceSI.OO per bottle. We prefer that you buy it from your druggist, but if he hasn't it do not be persuaded to try something else, but orderat oncefrom us as directed, ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK. PIONEER Drug Store, DR. C. WESCHCKE, PROP'R. Minnesota Streei, NEWULM, 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 C. WAGNER, Undertaker and Dealer in FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS. (WILL PAPER, GABFETS AND SEWING M&CMS. NEW ULM, PATENTS Obtained, and allPATENT NESS attended to FEES. Our office is opposite the U. S. Patent Office, and we can obtain Patents in less time than those remote from WASHINGTON. Send MODEL OR DRAING. 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. 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, D. C. FR. WILLI BUSI for MODERATE Dealer in Fine Imported & Domestic TOES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. ETC., ETC. Splendid FreeLunch from 10am to 12m Cor. Minn, and 3d N. Streets, NEW ULM, MINN. H. Laudenshlager, Dealer in STOVES, HA KD WARE, TIN WARE A ND LIGHTNING RODS. The Celebrated White, Howe, New American & Singer SEWING MACHINES. Cor Minn fclst.sSts New Ulm. MINN. &E0 BENTZ CO. Importers and Wholesale Dealer* 1* W'JNES & LIQUORS, UO W. 3d St., Si PAOI, Minn. Health is Wealth! E. C. WEST'S NEBVE AND BBAIN TREAT- MENT, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous ProBtration 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 byover-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 prepaidon receipt of price W E GUABANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order received byua for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to re fund the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only by JOHN WEST &f CO. W. Madison St.., Chicago... HI. 862 Madiso St. Chicago Sole Prop's West's Liver Pills PROBATE NOTICE.. SLEEPY EYE, SPRINGFIELD, TRACY AND LAKE BENTON. Brown, f-s* In State of Minnesota, Countv of Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Sj bbyl Ives de ceased On reading and filing the petition of Calvin Ives of Brown countj, representing, among other thines, that Syhbylives late of said County of Brown on the 25th day of March A 1883, at the town ofLeavenworth in said county died intestate, and being a resident of this county at the time of her death, leaving goods, chattels and estate wuhin this count}, and that the said petitioner is the suiviving husband of said deceased, and praying th it administrat.on of said estate be to him granted It is ordered, that said peti tion be heprd before the Judge of thi Court, on Fndav, the 16th day of July A. D. 1886, at 2 o'- clock p. ra at the piobate office in said countj Ordered further, that notice thereof be givfn to the heirs of said deceased, and to all perons in terested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hear, mg, in the New Ulm Review a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of New 1m in said County Dated at New Ulm the 21st day of June A D.18&6 By the Court, ERNST BRANDT, (L S.) Judge of Probate. S. D. PETERSON, A I I mail yon tree a royal, valuable A IT sample box of goods that will put you Ull AintifewaY of making nun-emmey at once, than anythine elae in America. Both sexes of all ages can live at home aud wor* in 5"e time, ^all the time t.wtol not:required. We will start you Immense pay sure who start at once STIVSON & CO., Portlactt Maine. [Nov. 4-86] c. PROPRIETOR OF THE New Ulm Foundry & MACHINE SHOP Corner Centre & Front Streets. NEWULM, MINX. The Foundry nasbeen thoroughly refitted and I am now prepared to do all kinds of work on short notice. Repairing ol all kinds of machinery and Agricultural Implements a specialty. Only ex perienced workmen are employed, and work en trusted to my care will be executed with neatness and dispatch. ALL WORK WARRA NTED CHAS. LEONHARD. Fr. Burg, Manufacturer of and Dealer in CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, Cor. Minnesota and Centre streets. NEW ULX MINN. LMBERLE DEALER I N STOVESfTINWARE Riesling's Building, Coiner Center and Mm nesota Streets, NEW tLM MINN HAS NO EQUAL. AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED Massillion Vibrator and Straw Burning Engine, I And Ames* Straw-Burning Engine, The Minneapolis, Dennet and Wood's Twine Binders, Reapers and Mowers. The Stonghton Wagons & Buggies. The Bock Island Stuttde Plows. the Uomestic Sewing Machines PERFECTS A TISFACTIOl MHfflBSeiiilacMieCsLj ORANGE, MASS. 30 Union Square, N. Y. Chcago, 1!!. St. touls, Mo. 1 Atlanta, 6a. Dallas, IV. San Francisco, Cal. I H. Beussmann, Dealei in $teel a:\d Iror\ Wkre general, also a special large stock of Carpenters' Tools and Agncultural Implements. A complete stock of the newest and best constiucted Guns and Revolvers of the most appioved pat terns also ammunition ^nd sportmen's goods of all descuptions. In connection there^\ ith is a complete Harness Shop, under the management of Hermann Beussmann, who will take pleasure in waiting upon all customers in want of anything in the harness or saddlerj line. 01/L Y f(fi5E# and f^f), WSlVjJ and $I\J% JtfOW^. I will sell cheaper than any other firm west of the Mississippi PUVei BARB FENCE WIRE IN PARTICULAR. Call and see me before purchasing elsewhere. Evervthin d, and a full line of Repairs always on hand. Branch Offices V* is warrant S, D. Peterson. New Ulm. Minn. zi*sft* t^B&h. Vii ii ib.