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Complaints, Diarrheas and Dysenteries,
Scarlet Fever and Whooping Cough,
Malaria, Fever and Ague or Rheama
tism pass off as harmless visitations o»*
are summarily suppressed, while sever
er diseases find slight lodgment in or
ganisms so well fortified.
Thousands also of Farmers, Breeders
Stablemen, Express,Manufacturmg and
Mining Companies confess that Humph
reys' Veterinary Specifics have emanc
v, lpated them from the druggery of sick
/"stock, as well as having saved them
thousands of dollars.
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, NOTIONS
TOYS AND GROCERIES.
I have a large stock of woolen un
derwear for ladies, gents and children.
Elegant assortment of ladies' jackets,
shawls and children's cloaks, also large
a in dre«s in in all styles
and colors. The millinery department
tinder the management of Miss Emma
Hummel, contains all the novelties of
the season A full line of ladies' and
children's fall and winter hat3 and
children's hoods, also a fine line of
black and colored tips and fancy feath
ers. Stock is entirely new and all work
guaranteed first class.
Stamping done to order.
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs,
50 0 a Book on re a of Animals
and Char re
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a Veterinary Cure Oil, 1.00
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BUILDING STONE FUd SALE.
The New Ulm Stone Co. is ready to
sell building stones at the Quarry.
*i For prices inquire ot Pfenninger, W.
Boesch, A. Schell, or Chas Stolzenberg
NOTICE —The use of land for past
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and hauling of stone is not allowed un
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JOS. SGHNQBRICH, Prop'r.,
Corner Minn. & Centre Str., New Ulm.
A large supply of fresh meats, sau
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hand. Highest market price paid foi*
cattle, Hogs, Hides, Wool, etc. All
orders from the country promptly at
J^J tended to.
Contractor and Builder.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Estimates on buildings or on materi
al and labor, more especially on mason
'wsork, furnished on application. Prompt
attention given all work and satisfac
tion guaranteed. The sale ot all kinds
of cement, lime, adamant (a new kind
of hard plaster) and plaster hair a
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By the testimony of thirty one years
experience, and of thousands of Telia/
ble conscientious people, that Humph
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hold remedies. The tens of thousands
of families who habitually use and rely
upon them, have less of sickness, better
general health, live longer, and pay
less for it, than any other class in the
land. They are not poisoned, their
systems are not drugged, or depleted or
undermined with medicines, their little
ailments are soon cured and graver ones
prevented and every dose is is a build
7^r up of constitutional vigor and stam
ina. No wonder the families who haye
been raised upon them cling with such
tenacity to them. The diseases inci
dent to children and location, Summer
Fred Marden is in the cityv
Jos. Benkert will work for FredPeu
Otto Richart of Courtland will go to
California to locate.
W. A. Hubbard and family will occu
py the Hanft residence.
Key. Berghold came up from St. Paul
Wednesday on business.
Sister Veneranda is entertaining: her
mother from Pennsylvania.
Albert A. Keller of St. Paul has pur
chased the Rochester Herold.
Jacob Klossner will move into his new
stores the latter part of the weeK,
Samuel Marti and wife returned from
their visit to Switzerland Wednesday.
A valuable horse belonging to John
Kuehn died from colic last Saturday.
Ex-Sheriff J. B. Schmid was down
from Springfield Thursday on business.
A. Crone went to Chicago Satur
day evening. He will probably go still
Capt. George sold a one-year-old hog
on Tuesday that weighed 570 pounds
and brought $22.80.
DrTWeschke will leave for California
with a portion of his family as soon as
cold weather sets in.
Lars Christianson of Linden has sold
his farm to a farmer from Illinois. He
received $25 an acre.
A cow belonging to Albert Behnke
was killed by the switch tram near the
City Mill last Friday.
Otto Nothardt and sister, Mary,came
up from St. Paul Sunday morning. The
latter expects to remain.
Gustav Fischer attended the funeral
of his nephew in Minneapolis last week,
returning Friday afternoon.
Editor Fichthorn of the St. Peter Tri
bune attended the concert at Turner
Hall on Wednesday evening.
Judge Webber is holding court in
Beaver Falls this week. W. T. Eck
stein is in attendance as reporter.
John Bluehm,an employee in the Eagle
Mill, had his fingers smashed while
loading a car wiih grain on Saturday.
Dr. Wellcome Jr. of Sleepy Eye has
gone to Chicago to take a post gradu
ate course in the Rush Medical col
Lewis Labour was brought down from
Springfield Thursdav, booked for 15
daysjm the county bastile for drunken
Mrs. M. A-lBingham has been spend
ing the past several days at Battle Creek.
Michigan, and will remain there some
Dr. W. P. Pfister, E. H. Huebner and
A. G. Seiter of Wiuthrop, and Daniel
Katz of Fairfax paid our city a visit ov
Senator Peterson has been drawn as
a petit juror for the United States Cir
cuit Court which convenes in Mankato
Rev. Albrecht spent a portion of the
week in Saline, Michigan, in the inter
ests of the proposed union of Nothwest
em Lutheran synods.
Herman Zieske, a young man of
Courtland, left New Uim for Medical
Lake, Washington, yesterday. He in
tends to locate there.
Ralph Yates, the new engineer in the
yards, has moved his family here from
Waseca and will occupy the Gruenfel
der residence on Broadway.
Daniel Dingier sold his farm last
week to John Fischer for $7,000. Mr.
Dingier expects to visit Washington
with the view of locating there.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. Engel fell
from a cnair, and in doing so the sharp
back of the chair struck against her
side so as to break one of her ribs
Dr. De Witt Hitchcock of New York
stopped off in New Ulm last Saturday
while on his way to Denver, He visit
ed here with his classmate, Dr. Strick
Mrs. Schmidt, who has been confined
in the county jail here for seyeral
weeks, will be tried at Beaver Falls
this week for assault upon her husband
with intent to kill.
The state convention of the Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
will be held in Mankato next Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. About a dozen
will attend from here.
L. F. Entrup held the ticket which
corresponded to the one drawn at Union
Hall on Saturday evening and which
decided the ownership of the "solid
gold watch" or $25 in cash.
The new home of Mr. Albrecht in
Milford was the scene of a happy houses
warming Sunday afternoon and even
ing. Nearly 150 were entertained dur
the day and feasted in the evening,
Geo. Rafterty of Golden Gate started
the ball rolling in contributing
towards raising Brown county's share
of the World's Fair fund. There should
be more citizens like Mr. Rafterty,
An effort will be made by the Repub
licans to hold "love feasts" during the
winter. Such orators as Bob Evans,
William Henry Enstis and John Day
Smith will be secured to deliver addres
&*-Mrs. C. fl, Ross is a visitor ia Wino
na this week.
Albert Winklemann records the ar
rival of a son on Monday.
Mrs. August Schell is visiting with
her daughters in St. Paul.
S. Friedmann and C. Loewentbal,old
New Ulmites, were here Friday.
Wm. Schwandt of Courtland lost a
horse from colic while in town Sunday.
Rev. Berghold has sold his property
in Sleepy Eye to Fr. Koehne for $2,400
The German theatre which was adver- J^aical treatment,
tised for the 1st of November has been/ The wedding of Miss
postponed. Gieseke and
C. H. Ross went to Columbus,
last week on business connected with
the Chadbourn estate.
Fire broke out in the residence of
Senator S D.Peterson Wednesday morn
ing, but was extinguished before doing
The Danz orchestra of Minneapolis
nave forwarded contract to appear here
on the 15th of the coming month. Se
cure 'your seats early.
Hon. E. M. Pope of Mankato was in
the city yesterday contracting with the
owners of the Masonic Block to furnish
heating apparatus for the same.
It will interest many in New Ulm and
Nicollet county to know that E. S. Pet
tijohn, ex-auditor of Nicollet county,
has purchased the Nicollet Hotel in St.
Peter for $13,000.
Business on the Northwestern line is
rushed as it never was before. As an
indication of what is being done, it is no
ted that over twenty specials came in
from the west Sunday.
Emil N. Sternberg, of West St. Paul,
was married in Chicago, Wednesday, to
Miss Luia M. Lnmsden, of that city,
Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg will reside on
the Weit side.—St. Paul Globe.
W. A. Young, one of the new yard
brakemen, was caught between the cars
of the switch train on the curve near
the Eagle Mill and was quite severely
crushed. He is now at the hospital
under the care of Dr.O.C.Strickler.
At the Dakota House on Friday an
electric globe was broken in cleaning
that has burned steadily ever since the
plant was started. The globes are only
warranted for 60© hours, but this one
had burned all night long for nearly
While riding out of town early Mon
day morning with William Wellner,
Paul Everlmg jumped from the wagon
as the horses started to run away, and
broke one of his legs. Everling is a
carpenter in the employ of Schapekahm
Miss Josephine Preston of Waseca
will give an elocutionary entertainment
at thel Congregational church next
Monday evening. Miss Preston comes
well recommended as a reader and sing
er and will no doubt give an entertain
ment of considerable merit.
Theie are important changes in the
new time table which went into effect
last Sunday. The passenger trains
from the east now arrive at 3.32 a. m.
and 5-20 p. m. and from the west at 2-41
p. m. and 2.50 a. m. The complete
table appears in another column.
C. H. Helmes, the well known repre
sentative of Maxfield & Seabury, re.
ceived a telegram while^here yesterday,
conveying the sad intelligence that his
brother, Oscar, had been killed in a
wreck at Thorson on the Manitoba
Monday evaninsr. No further particu
lars could be learned.
Mr. Schaeffer was brought to the hos
pital in this rity from Windom last
Wednesday. He had been kicked by a
horse'some weeks since and the result
was two broken ribs near the heart On
Thursday Drs. Strickler, Fritsche
and Hirsch operated on the man in his
weakened state and removed the pieces
of broken bone.
Congressman Lind has undertaken
the task of interesting the people of
Brown county in raising $645 as our
share of the World's Fair fund and on
Wednesday he visited Sleepy Eye and
arranged for a meeting of citizens for
October 31st. Mr. Lind will be present
at that time, and plans for raising the
money will be considered.
The annual session of the Brown
County Sunday School Association
was held in Sleepy Eye Thursday and
Friday. The following were among
those who attended from here: Rev.
Meske, Rev. Wm.Baumgarten,Juergen
Durbahn,Mesdames A.W. Bingham. C.
H. Ross, C. Berry, J. Laudenschlaeger
and F~ Webber and Miss Enily
Perhaps the drawing at Union Hall
on Saturday evening w^as fair perhaps
the watch or its equivalent went to the
person who drew it perhaps it would
have seemed better if the managers had
allowed three or four responsible par
ties from the audience to conduct
drawing perhaps it would have been
just as well if the cigar box had been
labeled: "Handle box and contents with,
care or perhaps-well it would have
looked nicer if the manager had naid
the $25 right there instead ot "at the
Henry Crone made & business trip to
$t, Paul Monday.
Mrs. Theresa Schneider is the guest of
Sleepy Eye friends. *«f^r i. „wi
Chas. Stolz has opened a school
District 41 in Courtland.
Mrs. A. W. Bingham left for Winona
yesterday on a short visit.
Mrs. John Lind visited Mankato
friends Friday and Saturday.
MissJRolloff is employed in the dry
goods department of Crone Bros.' store.
A. Blanchard and wife are spending
a few days in Mankato, the former for
John Rengsdorf will be
Wis., solemnized in Courtland to-morrow.
A little daughter of J. K. Peterson of
Lafayette fell from a straw stack last
Saturday and broke her collar bone.
Bernhard Marschner is up in the
western end of the Second district this
week in the interests of the Alliance.
There is good reason to believe that
a certain young lady of this town, who
is well-known, has eloped, with a tra
veling man. Fuller particulars next
week if present indications hold good.
Judge Webber, of New Ulm, visited
this place on Wednesday, and in speak
ing of the late execution stated that
never was a man tried before him, who
did not confess, whom he thought more
guilty than Wm. Rose.—Redwood Re
Flour has dropped again to $1 90 per
hundred. Never before has it been
sold so cheap, and the present fight
promises to continue all winter. One
farmer on Monday bought 2,000 pounds,
took it to Fairfax, sold it there and
While arguing some vexed point in
political economy with a friend in a
butcher shop one day last week, Her
man Plath made a few gestures and
rather unexpectedly got his finger un
der a chopping knife, cutting it badly.
Moral* Avoid gestures in conversation.
Rather adopt the Bil] Erwin style of de
The private secretary of the Post
master General has written a letter to
Postmaster Schmidt of this place which
is very complimentary of the manner
in which be increased the business of
the New Ulm office during the present
year. Additional railway mail service
and advocacy of stamped envelopes are
at the bottom of the postmaster's worthy
At the citizens meeting on Monday
evening the matter of raising Brown
County's share of the extra World's
Fair appropriation was brought up by
C. L. Roos and "E. G. Pahl introduced
a resolution which was carried unani
mously, asking the county commission
ers to make the appropriation of $645.
The resolution is a sensible one, and
should meet with favor in the eyes of
News has been received here of the
unhappy fortunes of Annie Rinkel, who
at one time was a dressmaker in this
city. Last spring she was wedded to a
detective and moved with him to Colo
rado. The other day he left her and
she has since learned that he was also
the husband of another woman and the
father of three children. Being with
out any means of subsistence, she has
written to her folks in St. Peter for
forgiveness and help.
The little German girl referred to by
the Minneapolis papers as being in love
with Rose, the murderer, was not a
prisoner as was generally supposed,but
a young girl of tender years,somewhere
in the neighborhood of* sixteen sum
mers, who was working in the new
court-house. When Rose occupied a
cell from which be could look ont into
the court house square, this little love
acquaintance was formed, and it grew
and grew until the unknowing girl be
came a complete victim of Rose's black
eyes, even as a bird is charmed by the
wiles of a reptile. Sheriff Schmelz of
ten warned her to keep away from the
jail, but threats were useless. Alma
was her name and she loved her Will
iam. Therein lies the foundation for a
Tne World's Fair Theatre Co.did not
play "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" as
advertised, but they did succeed in giv
ing us seven nights of chestnuts. Eyen
allowing for the disadvantages of a
small stage, their production of plays,
that have gathered the Age of twenty
years upon them, was not such as to
elicit storms of applause. Josh Whit
comb would be good pernaps, if one
hadn't seen it so many times before
Bast Lynne is pathetic, but it is as old
as the woman that played the five-year
old boy, and should now be laid on the
shelf so also are the Hidden Hand.
Kathleen Mavourneen,Only a Farmer's
Daughter, and the Mocking Bird solo.
We like all these, of course, if we
hear them produced by a good troupe
but once in twenty-five years, but they
are of a kind that suffe from frequent
repetition and become tiresome if not
presented by actors. Let the World's
Fair Theatre Company put into their
repertoire something new ana then
learn how to play, and when they come
again, perhaps they will be appreciat-
P^ (Firstpublication Oct. 21st. I89L)
(Last publication Nov. 18tb, 1891.)
Articles of Incorporation of the
Eagle Roller Mill Company of
New Ulm, Minnesota* $ A
Know all Men by these Presents:
That the undersigned do hereby
agree to and associate themselves to
gether for the purpose of becoming a
corporation, under and by virtue of the
laws of the State of Minnesota in such
case made and provided, and for that
purpose do hereby adopt,agree to, sign
and execute the following articles of in
Article 1. The name of this corpora
tion shall be the "Eagle Roller Mill
Article 2. The principal place for
transacting the business of this corpora
tion shall be at the city of New Ulm,
in the County of Brown and State of
Article 3. The general nature of the
business of this corporation shall be to
purchase, sell, build, rent, lease, let,
manage and operate flouring mills and
other equipments and buildings, struct
ures and property necessary or conven
ient for the purpose of transacting and
carrying on a general milling business,
and to buy, sell and deal in all products
of such business also the constructing,
building, owning, leasing, buying, sell
ing, maintaining and operating docks,
elevators, warehouses and storage
rooms, for the purpose of buying, sell
ing, storing, forwarding, milling and
dealing in wheat, and other grain and
farming products of all kinds, as well
as other personal property also to buy,
own, sell, lease, let, convey, mortgage,
improve or otherwise dispose of and
deal in real and personal property of
whatever nature, name or description,
which the board of directors may deem
necessary, desirable, proper or conven
ient for the purpose of carrying on said
business as aforesaid, and generally to
do all other acts and things necessary
or proper in conducting, exercising or
managing any and all of its business
Article 4, The amount of the capital
stock of this corporation shall be Three
hundred thousand ($300,000) dollars,
divided into three thousand shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each, all of which shall be subscribed
for and paid in full before commencing
Article 5. The time of the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the first
day of December, A. D. 1891, and the
period of its continuance shall be for the
term of thirty (30) years thereafter.
Article 6. The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability to which this cor
poration snail at any time be subject,
shall be Two hundred thousand ($200,
Article 7. The names and place of
residence of the persons forming this
corporation are as follows: Charles Sil
verson, William Silverson and A.
Schmitt, Jr all ot the city New Ulm,
State of Minnesota, and A. Schmitt of
the city of Cincinnati, State of Ohio.
Article 8. The government of this
corporation and the management of us
business and affairs shall be vested in a
board of four directors, who shall be
elected annually by and from the stock
holders of said corporation at each an
nual meeting thereof, which shall be
held on the second Tuesday of January
of each jear, at the principal office of
the corporation in said city of New Ulm.
Said directors shall hold office for one
year &nd until their successors are elect
ed in their stead. The directors shall
meet in each year immediately after
their election and adjournment of the
annual meeting of the stockholders, or
ganize and elect from their own number
a president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer, who shall be the officers
of said board as well as of the corpora
tion. The directors and officers of this
corporation shall hold their respective
offices after their election and qualifica
tion until the succeeding annual meet
ing of the stockholders and until their
successors are elected and qualified.
Vacancies in the board of directors or
officers may be filled for the unexpired
term by the remaining members of the
board at any regular or special meeting
thereof held in pursuance of the by-laws.
Article 9. The persons forming this
corporation shall be the first board of
directors and officers of whom Charles
Silverson shall be President A.Schnutt
Vice-president A. Schmitt, Jr Secre
tary and William Silverson,Tie*surer,
all of whom shall hold their respective
offices until the hrst annual meeting of
the corporation next to be held after the
act of incorporation is complete, and
until their successors are elected and
qualified. The office of sneretarv and
treasurer maybe held by one and the
Article 10. The board of directors
may also appomt^uch other officers,
superintendents, managers, agents and
employees, as they may deem proper or
necessary for the management of the
business of the corporation, and define
their respective powers and duties, not
inconsistent herewith. Said board of
directors may also adopt such by-laws
rules and regulations which they may
deem proper, convenient or necessary
for the government of said corporation
and denning the powers and duties of
the officers and directors thereof.
In testimony whereof, we the incor
porators, have hereunto set our hands
and seals this 5th day of October A. D.
CHARLES SILVERSON (SEAL)
A. SCHMITT (SEAT.)
A. SCHMITT, JR. (SEAL)
WILLIAM SILVERSON (SEAL)
Signed and sealed in the presence of
the following witnesses:
Jos. A. Eckstein.
Except as to A. Schmitt.
Witnesses as to the signature of A.
Schmitt: ^, 4. t
Mary S. Turrill. -i.V
M. S. Turrill.
Slate of Minnesota,
County of Brown?
County of Hamilton.
On this 5th day of October A, D. 1891
before me, a Notary Public within and
for said county, personally appeared
Charles Silverson, William Silverson
and A Schmitt, Jr., to me known to be
the persons described in and who exe
cuted the foregoing instrument
On this 7th day of October A.D. 1891,
before me a Notary Pnblic within and
for said county, personally appeared A.
Schmitt, to me known to be the person
described in and who executed the fore
going instrument and acknowledged
that he executed the same as his free
act and deed.
(Notarial Seal) M. S. Turrill,
Notary Public, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
P. H. C. Jr. cigar is a clear all Ha
vana hlled cigar. For sale by W. Eib-
That Hacking Cough can be so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. Sold b} Henningsen & Kiesei.
Shiloh's VitaMzer is what jou need for
Constipation, Losj of Appetite, Dizzi
ness, and all symptoms of dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
bv Henningsen & Kiesel.
The following would indicate that
there is still hope for the paralyzed.
Frank Cornelius, Puroell, Indian Ter.,
says: "I induced Mr. Pmson, whose
wife had paraivsis in the face, to try a
bottle of Chamberlain'i Pain Balm. To
her great surprise before the bottle had
been all used she was a great deal bet
ter. Her face had been drawn to one
side.but the Pain Balm relieved all pain
and soreness, and the mouth assumed
its natural shape." It is also unequalled
for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
swellings and lameness. 50 cent bottles
for sale by O. M. Olson, Druggist.
The undersigned will hereafter run a
hack to and from depot on arrival of
all trains carrying passengers. Orders
may be left at their livery stable.
Round trip fare 25 cts.
No. 6823. 'j?
Office of Register of Deeds,
Brown Connty, Minnesota.
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed in this office for record
on the 12th day of October, A. D. 1891,
at 8 o'clock,AM. and was duly record
ed in Book 1 of Incorporations on page
247 etc. A J. Grimmer,
Register of Deeds,
By Viola Koch,
State of Minnesota,
I herebv certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record in this office
on the 13th day of October A. D. 189L
at 1J o'clock P. M. and was duly re
corded in Book 2 of Incorporations
on pages 241-4. F. P. Brown,
Secretary of State.
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It is pleasant and agreeable to tatte
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Note new ad of C. Baltrusch and
change in that of J.C. Toberer.
Smoke P. H. C. Jr. clear Havana ci
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Will you Suffer with Dyspepsia and
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is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by
Henningsen & Kiesel.
Kretsch & Beic.
AUCTION LAND SALE.
The New Ulm Stone Go's, land in
southwest quarter of Sec 35, Town 110
Range 30, Redstone, Nicollet County,
containing 157 acres, more oi less, will
bo sold to the highest bidder at the
Union Hall in New Ulm on Novpmber
5th at 3 p. m. The land consists part
ly of timber and farm land and part of
the Jasper building stone and lime
stone area. Located near Northwestern
track and supplied with two small
buildings. Payments can be made in
one-third cash and two-thirds on time
with satisfactory security at 7 per cent
per annum. New Ulm Stone Co.
Otto Schell, Sec'y.
IS THE TIME TO
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