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'Summary of the Important Events
of the Week in the Norta west
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North
and South Dakota News in a
I N N E S O A
Olc Jolmson was kicked on the head by
a horse at Arebco, and fatally injured.
"William Davis and his partner, both
tiampe, are in jail at Id a for robbery
Adelbert Goheen was hanged at Fergus
Falls for the murder of Rose Bray.
A man by the a me of Nicholas
swindled a St. Cloud citizen out of$80 in a
Herma A. Timnie, wno went to St.
Paul in 1860 is dead. was born in
Germany in 1836
A check lor $150 and a small amount of
cuuenc were stolen from James Hogan's
house at Rosemont.
Gen. Jennison states that the congression
al boom started for him is without his con
Charles Chelson, late an inmate of the
state school at Owatowna, has skipped for
Fran Steinke of Austin was committed
to the Eochester asylum. imagines
some one is trying to shoot him
The case of Susan Jones, a school teacher
of Winona, charged with maltreating one
of her pupils, is still on trial.
AVilliam Kelly, aged 24, and unmarried,
was drowned in Trout Lake while hunting.
was a resident of Jackson, Mich.
William Johnson, Joh Sanderson and
George Elyer escaped from the Crookston
jail after severely wounding the turnkey.
Ernest Ziermann, a farmer, committed
smcfde at Delano by shooting was
Citizens of St John, Kandiyohi County,
a petitioned for the changing ot the
name of that place to Pennock.
Horse breeders are kicking against the
state fair for giving small piemiums for
horocs and chaigingbtallrent
Geo Bleifuss, living near Stewartsville,
was killed by his team running away and
throwing him under the wheels of the
The postoffice safe at Crookston was
cacked The stolen stamps were found in
an alley near the postoffice. The loss is
Joh an and Charles Dickinson
are Zumbrota dxirymen in the toils of the
law charged with selling adulterated
The monument to old soldiers which
the G. A. E. posts of Caiver County de
cided to erect will be located at Wac
B\ the accidental discharge of his gun
Joh Hennessey, cashier at the freight de
pot at Sleepy Eye, had his left hand shat
A syndicate of farmers has purchased the
Fuilayson saw mill and will move it to
Pine City. I will have a capacity of 50,
000 feet daily.
Dr S "Wedge was elected president of
the First National Fan of Albert Lea, to
succeed C. Gulbrandson, who resigned
some time ago.
Chailes Dam was married to Martha
Zwick, a 16-year-old girl, at Sauk Eapids,
and the parents of the girl are trying to
have the knot untied.
Frank Lahruan announced that he would
open a iurmture store at "Wadena, and went
to St Paul with $6,000 Nothing has since
been heard of him.
Aid J. C. Seebach, of Eed "Wing, has
commenced suit against Eev. Christian
Bender, of the German Lutheran church of
that place, for defamation of character.
M. Hastings, proprietor of the "Wind
sor House at Grand Eapids, will open a
bank at that place to be known as the
Lumbermen's Bank of Grand Eapids.
Aitkin County was the first to respond to
the call for a subscription to raise the Min
nesota World's Fair sum to $100,000, and
Martin County raised $555 in half an hour,
in espouse to the call for contributions to
raise Minnesota's W Fair fund to
Paimeis the vicinity of Lake City
claim that a combination exists which
keep^ down puce-, and have appointed a
committee to the matter before the
Patrick O'Donnell, of Chicago, while
nivT on the Omaha track at Mankato near
Madeha, was struck by a passenger train
and two nb fractured. was brought
to fouitellotte Ho-pital
A tailor lecently arrived at Brain erd from
Duluth, named Baker, in a fit of delirium
tremens, jumped from' a third-story win
dow of the Commrcial hotel and was in
jured internally. His recovery is doubtful.
The smokestack on the Tennant mill at
Northheld, hity-two feet long and weigh
ing over three tons, suddenly collapsed and
fell to the street, part of it falling into the
Se\eral persons naiiowly escaped
While ridmg a workhorse home from
work at Perley, twenty-five miles north of
Moorhead, Otto Rose was thrown off and
dragged head down for half a mile.
was dead when the horse was caught. His
family lived near bt. Paul
The inquest on the remains of John Leo
pold was completed at Cnatfield. The jury
find that Leopold came to his death from
an excess of liquor furnished by George
Pavelka. Pavelka was placed under bonds
to appear for examination.
Three prisoners escaped from the
county jail at Crookston. They ran past
the jailer as he was entering the ceU. This
the third time within six weeks that the
jailer has let piisoners escape from his
Capt John Black, who lived two miles
we^t ot Wadena, committed suicide by
shooting himself under the right ear with a
revolver. Deceased came here from Scot
land about five years ago and has been en
gaged during that time in farming. was
60 years ot age
At Manannah, 12 miles north of Litch
field, as a tiaction engine hauling a tank
and a «cpaiator was pass.i.g through the
\illage, several small boys jumped on the
tank wagon. A little De Forest boy, aged
six yearo fell under the wagon and one
wheel passed over his head, killing
held at Stephen on Friday, Nov. 6. Seven
hundred dollars in prizes is offered, and
the exhibits promise to be very large. D.
N. Harper, of the State Experimental
Farm, will show some of the results of the
state's experiments, and will talk Upon
wheat raising. I is expected that Hon
Knut Nelson will be present and deliver an
Capt. Alex. Griggs, a pioneer citizen, was
stricken with paralysis at Grand Forks.
The North Dakota conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church met at Grand
Gotzier's dry goods store at Grand Forks,
was damaged $10,000 worth by fire.
George Williams, a thresher, was killed
by a Northern Pacific stock train at James
United States Marshal Price, of Fargo,
was robbed of his valise on a sleeping car
while en route to Minneapolis.
Lorens Lorenson sustained injuries by
attemp ing to board a moving train near
Jamestown, from which he died.
Fargo will be connected with Moorhead,
Minn., by an electric road, the contract for
its construction having been let.
Grand Forks and Aberdeen, S. D., have
been given iree delivery offices. A experi
mental office has been established atFaulk
ton, S. D.
At a meeting of the trustees of the new
Methodist University at Wahpeton, C. P.
Adams resigned, and ex-Governor Miller
was appointed in his place.
The Forma Courier has been resurrected
by Thos. B. Hurl at Harlem. Publica
tion of the paper was suspended last fall
owing to poor crops.
A sensation was caused at Eugby Junc
tion by the arrest of two little boys, sons
of prominent citizens there, for assault up
on J. Lockwood, also a prominent cit
United States Commissioner McLoy at
Devil's Lake held Joh Galdy, of St. John,
for trial in the United States court for sell
ing liquor to Indians, and fixed bail at'
The Fargo Argus plant was turned over
by the Citizens' National Bank to George
K. Shaw, who will be manager and editor.
Maj Edwards is entirely out of the paper.
The Argus will be continued as a Eepub
A shipment of 3,500 head of steers is be
ing shipped from Eansom, to Peoria, 111
Thej ha% been ranged on the Ft. Sisseton
mihtaiy reservation, are in prime condi7
tion, and ars owned by Mott and Delaney
Joh Lowry, a herder, who was thrown
from his horse and fatally injured at San
born while cutting out cattle, died
was rendered unconscious by the accident,
from which he did not recover. has no
The Alliance Mill Company has been or
ganized and incorporated at Milnor with a
capital stock of $35,000, divided into shares
of $25 each Sheriff Christenson and Jens
Peterson ai among the chief promoters of
The Faigo city council has granted the
electr'c street car franchise to run from
Fargo to Moorliead, and work is to be
commenced at once on it. The council al
so decided to extend the line to the agri
Eiehard Weston was shot in the neck at
Fargo by his wife in a negro dive, where
his wife is an inmate and he furnishes the
music. broke open the door of her
room and she caught up a revolver and
shot him. The injury is not serious and
he has made no complaint against his
United States Marshal price left Grand
Forks for Winnipeg with the Chinaman
ordered back there by Commissioner Caro
thers As no money has been appropriated
lor deporting Celestials to the Dominion,
treasury department notified Price he would
have to chance President Harrison's ac
cepting the costs as extraordinary expenses.
An old settler's association was formed at
Grand Forks. The membership is limited
to settlers in the state prior to 1874. A re
union is to be held November 26. A com
mittee of arrangements was appointed
consisting of Geo, B. Win«hip, M. L. Mc
Cormack, Fian Biels, D. M. Holmes, and
W. J. S. Traill.
E P. Thomas has been appointed post
master at Foiest City
J. Adams' elevator at Garretson, burn
ed. Loss $15,000, insured.
Sioux Falls expects to have a linen fac
tory in operation by February 1.
A te-t case will be made at Pierre to find
out if teachers aie obliged to attend insti
M. Levinger, who is at the head of the
brewery at Sioux Falls has been arrested
for selling beer contrary to law.
South Dakota was awarded $11,897.50 as
the 5 per cent, on public lands sold between
the date ot admission to the Union and
Jun 30, 1891.
Maj Barrett sold the plant, fixtures
and good-will of the Aberdeen Republican
to the Star Publishing Company, of which
Senator K\do- is a member, which will
make the politics of the paper independent.
Joh Nears, Mary Nears and Alvina
McGinn were convicted at Sioux Falls on
the charge of sending obscene matter
through the mails addressed to Miss Mag
gie McGlvnn, a school teacher.
Bishop Shanley, of North Dakota, passed
through Aberdeen recently en route me
from the vicinity of Ashley, in Mcintosh
county, where 302 Eussian ettlers were
Win. Eowland, dealer in general mer
chandise in Madison, made an assignment
ior the benefit of his creditors, J. W Davi
son, assignee. Liabilities between $4,000
and $5,000 assets about $7,000
Tom Shannon, a pioneer in the Black
Hills, has invented a machine which, if it
will do what is claimed for it will a
him a rich man I is a patent amalgama
tor, in which the very finest particles of
gold can be saved, and through which tail
ings can be run, saving all the almalgam
and bullion that escapes from the plates in
At Bridgeport Joh Wolsky, a brake
man, was badly hurt while walk
ing behind the engine to a
a coupling. I going over a crossing he
stumbled and the brake beam on the engine
canght his body, doubling it up within a
few inches space between the brake beam
and the crossing plank. will hardly
survive. His home is in Milwaukee.
had been biaking but a short time, having
been formerly employed by George Alli
son of Milwaukee as news agent on this
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W I S O N S I N
The runaway daughter of Joseph Kelly,
of La Crosse, ha3 been located in a
Mrs. Harrison Monsell fell while leaving
her carriage at her 3on's residence.
Neils Easck, of Eacine has disappeared,
leaving his wife almost destitute.
Charles Thompson's shingle mill at Osh
kosh, was destroyed by fire. Loss, $5,000.
Frederick Hausera well-to-do farmer
living in the town of Campbell, La Crosse
County, committed suicide by hanging.
William Gehrke, ofSuamico, while build
ing a barn, was struck on the head by a
ialling timber and killed.
M. Burton and Albert Whit were
found guilty of burglary. They are noted
Eesidents of the outlying districts of
Oshkosh are making a vigorous fight for
C. M. McCurdy, a prominent G. A. E
man of Bayfield, died at his me from
Carl Auld, a 6-ycar-old boy, broke his
arm while playing in hi» father's barn at
Charles Eikerly, of Plymouth, was run
over and seriously injured by a switch en
The Montello granite quarry, at Montel
1 o, ships on an average of twenty cars a
Mayor O'Keefe, of Ashland, has issued an
order to all the sporting fraternity with
out visible means of support to leave the
Dr. E Roberts, a veterinarian of
Janesville, is in a serious condition, having
contracted a case of blood poisoning while
attending a horse.
Deputy Collector Bibinger discovered an
Illicit distillery at Two Eivers. I was on
the premises of B. Kauffmann, who has
served two sentences for similar offenses.
Louis Jacobsen and William Porternak,
both of Eacine, got into a dispute, and
during a scuffle which followed, Jacobsen
was seriously stabbed by Porternak.
The officers of the First National Bank of
La Crosse will make no effort to collect
from George Hiles in the Hansen forger
A man registering as J. A. Steffens, from
Winona, Minn at a Portage hotel, re
lieved a number of the boarders of all their
valuables. has not been captured yet.
Constable McKone, of Oshkosh, brought
Louisa Vandergate, a wayward girl, me
from Fon Lac. She will probably be
sent to the Industrial School.
Capt. Dan Kellv of the barge John E.
Potts, ot Manitowoc, was assaulted by some
members of the Seaman's Union of that
city and beat until he was senseless.
Farmers in some of the northern counties
are selling their cattle as lowas $6 per head,
owing to the recent severe drouth, which
has made feed very scarce.
A neighbor of Albert Peordzeoch, at
Oshkosh, charged the latter with setting
fire to his barn. Peordzeoch will bring
suit against for slander.
Thomas Eowell, a farmer ot Baraboo, has
commenced suit in the circuit court for
Columbia County against the town of Cale
dona, for $1,000 damages. avers that by
a defective bridge he was thrown from his
wagon, with serious results.
The great dock and terminal system to
be put in on Allouez bay at We, Superior
by the Consolidated Land Company allied
interests, has been worked out in detail and
is now probably definitely planned. The
whole thing will be ready next spring.
Barney Baldwin, the man with the brok
en neck, is in jail at Des Moines, suffering
an attack of delirium tremens.
Canover, the noted bank swindler, has
been sentenced to 9 years in the state peni
tentiary. has swindled at least seven
banks in Iowa and Minnesota.
Darrow, the supposed murderer of Lar
son, has been indicted by the Franklin
county grand jury for murder and
The nightagent of the Chicago fe North
western railroad at Boone was held up by
a burglar, who compelled him, at the point
of a revolver, to surrender the company's
funds in his office.
Edward Kline committed suicide at Le
Mars by hanging himself to the manger in
a barn. was a single man, thirty-two
years old. Sickness and discouragement
are supposed to have been the causes.
The will of the late Judge Edwin Flint
was opened at Mason City. I it was a be
quest of $50,000 to establish what is to be
known as a Flint professorship in the nat
ural or technic sciences at the State Uni
versity of Veimont.
Eobert Lockwood, a beer wagon driver,
employed Glalee Brothers' brewery, Du
buque, went into the stable to quiet the
horses, when he was kicked by one of them
in the head. His skull was crushed and
there is no hope of his recovery.
Black diptheria is spreading at an alarm
ing rate in a Norwegian settlement in Sol
diers Valley, Harrison county. Fourteen
persons have died of the disease. One fam
ily of ten lost six members, and but one
other is expected to recover. The place
has been quarantined. A terrible state of
W. Oliver, who has been professor of
penmanship in the Northwest normal and
business college at Le Mars the past year,
and who holds a similar position in the
public schools, left suddenly, leaving no
word as to where he was going or when he
would return. is known to have pur
chased a ticket to Sioux City since which
time nothing has been heard from him
The following officers for the ensuing
year are announced as elected at the an
nual convention of he E. O." at Fair
field, Iowa, President, Mrs. A E. Dewey,
Washington, Iowa vice-president. Mrs'.
W. E Duiland, Norfolk, Neb. recording
secretary, Miss Dixie Connell, Knoxrille,
Iowa corresponding secretary, Miss Ella
Eundall, Ottuniwa,, Iowa, treasurer,
Mrs. Ella C. Buttles, Burlington, Iowa.
The president-elect is the wife of Judge
A. E. Dewey, of the Sixth judical district
of Iowa. Mrs. Ella C. Buttles was honored
by are-election to the responsible position
of treasurer. --»..^
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COR. MINN. AND CENTRE STRS,
New Ulm, Mini.
Collections and all Business per
taining to Banking Promptly
ROLLER E CO,
MANUFACTURERS OF CHOICE SPRING WHEAT FLOUR.
Received First Premiums at
Minnesota State Fairs 1887,1889
Iowa State Fair 1887. St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechanical As
sociation Fair 1887.
F. MADLENEE, L. ROOS,
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Cor in a a Cente
Dea ler in
Hats, Caps, Notions,
Crockery and Glassware,
Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits, etc., etc,,
I will always take farm produce In exchange
(or goods, and pay the hlgfipst market price for
all kinds of paper rags.
In connection with my Btore I have a first-class
saloon furnished with a splendid billiard table and
my customers will always find good liquors and
cigars, and every forenoon a splendid luoch.
All goods purchased of me will be delivered to
any part ot the city free of cost.
BIIN5ES0TA STREET, KEW ULM, MINK.
WK. A N O N I N
to in in solicited. Will
grind at for (on eigth or ex
a 84 lbs. flour, 5 fts. shorts a 8
fts. an for one bushel of wheat Floui
a feed sold at low rates and delirered
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Whips, Collars, and all oth
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in a first-mluss har
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pairing attended to
N E W I N N
LATH, SHINGLES* BOOBS*
Lime, Cement tnd Coal,
Lowest prices mtwaya*
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Pay* bom Mid In. «a»mtitiea to .suit tfcs
purebaMr. Special atWntioa. paid %m tl
Eagle Roller Mill Co.
600 Barrels Per Day.
Our flour cannot be beat.
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Groceries, Crockery, Stonswan,
Blassware, Notions, Canned
Fruit, Floor, etc
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delivered free of coat to a a
N E W I N N
LATH, SHINGLES, DOOR&
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Star Sample Room,
JOSEPH SCHN0BRICH, Prop'r.
A fine lunch will be served every day
Cor. in & Cente streets.
Brewer and Bottler.
X^W Ul(M, MW.
This brewery is one of the largest establishments
of the kind in the Minnesota Valley and Is fitted
np with all the modern improvements. Keg and
bottle beer famished to any part of the city on
•bort notice. My bottle beer is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewers ard others that buy malt will
And it to the'r interest to place their orders with
me. All orders by mail will receive my prompt
O O S E a a
C. F. Ruemke
Cor. Minnesot a a 3r N Sts.
N E W I N N
E GRUCERIES, CROCKER!
GLASSWARE and NOTIONS-
All offered at prices which de
fy competition Goods will be delivered
free to a a of the city. Al kinds
of farm a in a for
O O S O I E N E W ULME I N N
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