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Pearl Handle Fruit Knives put up
Flush Cases, six in a case, are
some of the latest and handsom
A solid sih er Orange spoon with a
^olid silver Fruit knife in a plush
case makes a beautnul present for
your best girl.
•solid silver Tea spoons, Butter
knives, bugar shells, Jelly and
^/Vreserve spoons are some of our
best selling and newest novelties
We put them up Plush cases in
combination sets or separate.
Solid silver Napkin Rings in plush
cases are cheap and the best article
to buy.
Child's combination sets consisting
of Knife, Spoon and Fork aie made
in the following new styles.
Pearl handle knife with plated
spoon and fork. Solid silver knife
fork and spoon in plush cases
Finest plated knife, spoon and fork
with Napkin Ring.
An elegant tasteful assortment of
Berry, Jelly, Orange, Tea, Coffee,
Table and Dessert table spoons,
Gravy, Soup and Cream Ladles can
be seen at oui store.
Caivmg sets, hollow handle or
peail handle, Jiavmg the best steel
blades are both novel and useful.
A solid sil\er coik scre^v adjustable
so as to carry same a pocket is
just the thing for a gentleman.
Sil\ei plated shaving mugs with
silver handled brushes find their
admirers plentiful
Silver plated jewelry, glove and
handkerchief boxes with beautiful
silk lining are the newest out.
Solid silver match boxes oxi
dized or polished silver are de
mand and make a very elaborate
Ink stands with 01 without pen
rack are novel and handsome.
Hollow handled silver plated knifes
with iorks to match are bought
preference to steel goods Complete
coffee sets with or without trays to
vhich can be added the coffee pot
can be found with us great va
Tea sets, consisting of coffee and
tea pot, sugar bowl, spoon holder,
creamer, slop bowl and waiter is
something every Lady admires and
A pretty mustard cup, the inside
of which is hned, with glass makes
it more useful.
Syrup castors, pickle castors, cake
baskets, truit and berry dishes, nut
bowls, cologne stands, vaces, butter
dishes, lunch castors, cups and
saucers, dinner bells, individual
butters cups, in fact an entire line
of these goods in silver plate can
be examined, priced and admired
at our store.
We can furnish you napkin rings
for your grandfathers, grandmoth
ers, fathers, mothers, brothers, sis
ters and everybody else.
Remember that our line of gold
and silver watches, gold and silver
canes and umbrellas, rings, breast
pins, earrings, thimbles, lockets and
charms should be examined before
you buy your Christmas Presents.
No trouble showing goods at
Engraving done free of charge on allgoods sold.
Loca News."Iffifr
Wertzel linger died yesterday.
Mrs. O. M. Olson has gone co Chica
go on a visit.
Dr. Pfister has purchased a house and
lot in Winthrop.
Monroe Cordell was a visitor in the
city on Tuesday.
A. Blanchard has been granted a pen
sion of $12.00 per month.
Miss Julia Berndt returned from
Chicago on Wednesday to remain.
Carl Heers of Seattle well spend the
holidays with his parents in New Ulrn.
Prof Keiehenbecher conducted dedi
cation services in Hutchinson on Sun-
Herbert Schild made a trip to Dakota
Thur°day in the interests of the Eagle
The trestle work at the Roller Mill is
being extended to accomodate increased
On Saturday Jacob Klossner sold 170
acres of land in Redwood county to Ja
cob Pfenmnger,
Fred Rahner, better known as Candy
Frnz, spent Sunday here for the farst
time in two years.
Mr» Carl Schniiut entertained a
number of her lady friends on Tuesday
evening of last week,
Philip Gross reached his 82nd year on
Saturday and celebrated the event in
the circle of his friends.
It is estimated that the trial at St. Pe
ter of Mrs. Miller for murder will cost
the country over $4,000.
Frank Wellner and Mr. Kemper left
on Friday for Illinois to spend the win
in that state and Missouri.
Hugo Schleuder has bought of H.
Knudson the lot in Springfield on which
his jewelry store now stands.
Jos Gebhardt visited in Springfield
last week. His son is about to open a
hardware store in Limberton.
A. T, Behnke, the popular train dis
patcher in the Tracy offiues, came down
Saturday night to spend Sunday.
Mention '•boy" to Chas. Brust nowa
days and he will wink with both e\es
The increase dates from Wednesday,
The college closes next Tuesday for
the holidays.Public examinations will be
held on Monday and Tuesday morn-
H. Rudolphi intends to dispose of
bis shoe store to a Winona man. The
nansfer will most likely occur in
McHale has been offered a po-
sition as representative of the Western
Union in Eaa Claire, but has declined
to accept.
The Brown County Teachers1 Associ
ation will meet at the High School
ouilding in Sleepy Eye next Friday, De
cember 19th.
The "Stachelschwein" will be issued
duung January and February. Tne
purpose of the paper will be to boom a
carnival parade.
The members of the Dramatic Sec
tion are now rehearsing "Die Lieder der
Musikanten." The play jvill be pro
duced on the 26th.
Word has been received here of the
death in Los Angeles, Cal., on the 7th
'f Mrs. Lena Parker, daughter of the
late Jacob Mueller.
Philip Gruye and wife, H. Canfield
and wife and Henry Riesling came over
from Winthrop Saturday to attend the
Roos Kieshng nuptials.
Jos A. Eckstein refused to qualify as
chief of the Fire Department and the
council will be under the necessity of
making another selection.
M. A Bingham went to Battla Creek
last week to meet his wife, who has
been spending several weeks at the san
itarium there for her health.
Fire started in Ernest Sauer's mead
ow Saturday noon and destroyed sever
al s'^cks of hay. The loss was the
neighborhood of twenty tons.
The Redwood Gazette says: With the
improvements now in contemplation,
New Ul bids fair to become a small
Minneapolis as regards flour produc
The first floor of 1. H. Retzlaff's new
building was finished during the fine
weather of last week and will be ready
for occupancy by the owner in a few
Editor Steinhauser ought to write tin*
article now on marriage as a howling
success. It's only a girl to be sure, but
then "he ought to be thankful for
It Westimated that 10,000 bushels of
wheat were marketed here Saturday. A
good deal of this ^canie from Belgrade
and from sections in the vicinity of
Sleepy Eye and Fairfax.
Richard Fischer of this city has been
chosen president of the class of '92 in
the pharmacy department of the Ann
Arbor University.Evidently Dick's mus
tasche has mae'e him popular. ?W y*|
»Prof. Hoehness of the college
spend bis vacation in- S Louis where
he will also be married. The congratu
lations of the Review are his ana
wish for a most prosperous and hap
py union
Wheat is worth 80 cents in New Ulm
Mrs. Rehfeld is spending the week
with St.Paul relatiyes.
Several bridge contractors are in the
city this week, awaiting action by the
council on their several bids.
Henry Fortwengler Jr. of Cottonwood
received a kick fiom a horse last week.
which resnlted in a broken leg.
The members of the Y. P. S. of C. E.
formed asocial party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Newhart on Friday
C. B. Liver, son-in-law of H. Vajen,
was in the city over Sunday. On the
first of the year he enters into business
in Omaha.
John Hintermann of Golden Gate,
VYm. La Frambois of Fairfax and H.
N^elson of Linden were callers during
the week,
Geo. Groebner of Sigel has purcHased
of John Lauschke his house on State
Street. The latter will occupy the Jaen
nisch building.
Diphtheria has broken out in the Ger
man settlement in the town of Eden and
also near Springfield. Several deaths
have been reported.
Ernst Herzog of Tracy, H. H. Reigner
of Sleepy Eye, Tony Schneider of
Springfield, and Wm. Mueller of St.
Peter were among Sunday's guests.
On the 30th of this month in Quincy,
111., there will occur the marriage of
Miss Haxel aud Mr. Hugo Rehfeld,
both of whom are well known here.
The club dance at Turner Hall on
Wednesday evening was attended by
about twenty couples. It is needless
to add that a very enjoyable time was
Lawn-tennis was played here on Sat
urday with enjoyment. How's that as
an inaication of Minnesota weather,you
howlers about salubrious southern cli
Miss Maggie Rassmussen, a daugh
ter of Andrew Rassmussen of Linden,
wts married toLtrs Jensen of Blue
Earth county on Wednesday by Judge
In Mankat? last week Judge Sever
ance sentenced Albeit Annis to25years
and 6 months at hard labor in Stillwater
for an outrage upon Mrs. Ida Gilmore.
This was his third offense of this kind.
H. A. Subilia enlisted himself during
the week ia the good work of securing
Christmas donations for the state school
for the feeble minded in Faribault. He
raised something like $21 in cash, be
sides toys and other appropriate gifts.
We have heard it rumroed that an
injunction would be entered against
the building of the bridges. We cer
tainlv trust that there is notbng in this
report, for the welfare of the town to a
great extent demands that they be built.
John Mayer was over from Winthrop
Wednesday and.together with his broth
er August, made a settlement wifh his
guardian, A. Westphal, both having ar
rived al the age of twenty-one. The es
tate leaves them in possesion of several
thousand dollars each.
The Eagle Mill Co. on Saturday do
nated 14,000 pounds of flour to tne suf
ferers fiom starvation in Russia in
response to a circular appeal from Gov.
Merriam. The Roller and Empire Mills
also made liberal donations, so that
nearlv a car of flour was sent from
this place.
M. Mitzen, the young fellew who has
been in jail here for stealing goods from
a store in Marshall, was released on
Wednesday. While confined here he
made all possible effort to conceal his
identity, but in spite of all his "aliases"
it leaked out before he left that he was
the son of a preacher.
The High School Lyceum elected the
Allowing officers President, H. Kies*
liag: vice-president, E\. Velikanje re
cording, secretary, R. P. Yates corre
sponding secretay, H. Roos treasurer,
H. Raabe committee on by-laws,
[Held, R. P. Yates and H. Kiesling. The
object and purpose of the league is to
cultivate good citizenship, which is cer
tainly a very worthy aim.
Jos. Schnobrich swore out a com
plaint against Jos. Gulden of Cotton
wood on Wednesday for using abusive
language. The defendant appeared be
fore Justice Blanchard the same day,
leaded guilty and was fined $10 and
osts, amounting in all to $15. Let
his be a warning to others who are
empted to indulge profanity. It is
ot only a bad habit, but the law does
dot always allow it.
The Modern Woodmen 'Lodge"'naro1
elected officers for the ensuing year as
follows: Consul, O. C. Strickle* Advis
or, F. Crowell Banker, F. H. Behn
kjpf C^erk, Robert Loheyde Watchman,
JSL J. Heinen Escort, Geo. Bevier Phy
sician, Dr. Strickler delegate to head
c&mp in St.Paul, J. F. Crowell Sentry
Ai Rocbf Manager, J. F. Crowell.
The lodge is now in a flourishing con
ttijtioif with 42 members.
Miss Lena Haag
Waseca countv
Mrs. Helen Seiter returned' from a
month's'visit in St. Paul yesterday.
An infant child of John Stelljes died
Saturday and was buried-on Sunday.-?
Attorney J,os. A. Eckstein went to
Slayton Friday morning on legal busi
has returned
Attorney J. M, Thompson of Sleepy
Eye was in town yesterday. *,
A Mr. Wildt has opened a blacksmith
shop near Peter Heriau's place.
The Masonic Block was turned over
to the owners by the contractors yester
A dance will be given on the 31st
under the auspices of the Fire Depart
Editor Hays of the Sleepy Eye Dis
patch was a business visitor in the city
on Friday.
Horace Newhart visited during a
portion of the week in St. Paul and
Mrs. Henry Hammer and children
of Mountain Lake are the guests of re
latives in this city.
Mrs. Frank Shaub of Windom, who
has been visiting with Mrs. Koehler.left
for ber home on Monday.
Henry Haman is pumping water from
the Cottonwood river for Schell's brew
ery with a traction engine.
Thomas Keene, the distinguished
tragedian, appears as, Richard III in
Mankalo next Saturday evening.
Isaac Johnson of Eden transacted
business for the Wm. O. Hewit estate
in the probate court on Wednesday,
Never in the recollection of our old
est settlers has so much rain fallen in
the month of December as this year.
Martin Williams, who will be re
membered by many here as the founder
of the St. Peter Tribune, died in Minne
apolis week.
The railway accomodations that are be
ing afforded New Ulm at present would
be meat for a lecture OD "Things that
make us Swear."
A meeting of the bridge committee
and the council was to have been held
last evening to consider bids for the
construction of the proposed bridges.
Miss Emma Wellner, of Lafayett^
was the guest of Mrs. C. A, Johnson on
Tuesday. From here she went to Mus
catine, Iowa, to visit relatives.—St Pe
ter Herald.
Chas. Silverson, 0 M. Olsen, Dr.
Marden, J. F. Crowell, T. Crone, J. A.
Eckstein and O. C. Strickler attended
a Masonic meeting in Sleepy Eye Mon
day evening.
Thfc annual ball gwen by the Sons (f
Hermann was, like all former dances
under the auspices of that lodge, a jolly
and sociable affair. The old folks took
part in the dances and a hap^y time
was had by all who were present. The
tableaus were abo very fine.
O'Neil, the Sibley county man who
killed his neighbor, Collins, in a quar
rel, was convicted of murder in the farst
degree, for which the penalty is hang
ing. Cy. Wellington defended him, but
the jury attached but little weight to
his plea of justifiable homicide.
W. F, Schmidt, our cigar manufactu
rer, has concluded that the business
does not agree with him nnd he has
closed up bis affairs here and gone to
New Dim. He sold his building to his
brother, G. E. Schmidt, who in turn
rented it to J. D. Owens.—Tracy
Councilman Roos is in receipt of a
letter from Assistant General Superin
tendet Hallenbeck in which he says he
cannot comply with the council's request
to have flagmen placed at the Centre
and First South stteet crossings. Such
a demand, he claims, is not made by
any city in Minnesota.
A team, belonging to Chas. Stuebe
and hitched to the dray wagon of the
Vinegar Works, indulged in a runaway
on Thursday morning, and in their wild
course cleared the German Park fence
and dashed over a large pile of stones
The driver, a young fellow named
Tschoeppel, was thrown from his seat
and dragged along the giound and over
the stones until his body was badly
bruised. Eyerything considered, he
was extremely fortunate in escaping
On the Pelt Creek bridge between
Lamberton and Revere on Wednesday
night, an aged lady named Mrs. John
Moody was killed. She was walking
front Lamberton to Revere about half
past eight in the evening, and had en
tered upon the bridge when No. 24 came
speeding along and threw the lady to the
ground from a height of sixty feet. She
was instantly killed by the shock, of
course,but,strange to say,the only visible
wound was a slight cut in the lip. The
woman was 55 years, old, and her home
was near Springfield
Dr. Brodda, who is awaiting trial
jail here for starving his child, prides
himself upon his shrewdness but last
Friday he was very nicely tripped up.
The old fellow pretended that his legs
w'ere paralyzed. A physician was accor
dingly asked for, and Dr.Fritsche called
He asked the old man to lift his leg but
the old fellow said he couldn't.
test his truthfulness, Fntsche pricked
the ball of his foot with a pin, and, no
sooner had he done so, than the would
be paralyzed limb was raised with all
the force of the hind foot of a mule
the best of health. Hereafter the shrewd
old gent will be more careful in what
he says to the attendants about the jail.
A, W. Bingham waa in Minneapolis
Saturday on'business. &
Rev. Pax of Sleepy Eye was a visitor
with Rev. Plot on a *Q
August Friday of Nicollet visited
over Sunday with his son, Chas. Yogtel.
Lars Sorenson, clerk of Distiict 18
in Eden, had business at the court
house on Fridays
When Chas. Brust stuck out a shin
gle last week reading -Bread Wanted"
his sense of humor almost vied suc
cessfully with that of Bill Nye.
At the annual meeting of Hecker Post
last week the following officers were
elected: Commander, Col.Wm. Pfaender
Senior Vice Commander Louis Schil
ling Junior Vice Commander.R. Pfef
ferle Quartermaster, Wm. Hummel
Officer of the Day, B. Marsohner Sur
geon, Goe. Merkle Chaplain, F. Fried
mann Officer of the Guard, John
Geo. Struckman, who early days
visited New Ulm and who is also an
uncle of C. W. H. Heideman and
Gr. Schmidt, has been made chairman of
the committee on roads and bridges ap
pointed from among the Cook county,
111., commissioners. The Chicago In
ter Ocean speaks of him as a man of ex
perience and ability, who stands well in
Cook county.
Charity Lodge No. 98, A. F. and A.
M., will be presided over during the
coming year by the following officers
Dr. A. Marden, W.-.M. E, Brandt, S.*!
T. Crone, J.-.W. F. H. Behnke,
Treasurer, O M. Olsen, Secretary, C
W. H. Heideman, S.* D. A. Blanchard,
J. .D. B. F. Webber, Chaplain George
Bevier, Marshal Wm. Hummel, S.'.S.
J, F. Crowell, J.-.S. A. Roth, Tyler.
The following from the St. Tames
Plaindealer will be of interest to many
in this vicinity who know Mr. Schweppe:
Mr. Schweppe informs us that in the
spring, probablv in May, a thoroughly
equipped machine shop will be estab
lished by the firm of which he is senior
ner. Arrangements are also' being
made by the same hrm to start a medi
um-sized foundry at the same time.
Both branches of business are needed in
the citv and we trust the firm
oat their present intentions and estab
lished the two concerns.
It is a matter of much regret that the
sale of tickt-ts for the Redpath Concert
Co. has not been more rapid. The
troupe, it must be remembeied, is not
one of the ordinary kind, but one of na
tional reputation and e'very member is
an *irtist wno has comnionded the best
of notices from the great city dailies.
Furthermore thev have been secured
for New Ulm by a large guarantee and
it should be to the interest of our citi
zens to see that no one is a loser by en
deavoring to give the people of New
Ulm first-class and high grade enter
A certain travelling man has been
here for a week now, who has not eaten
anything since his arrival. During all
this time he has drugged himself with
whiskey until at present he is a most fit
subject for Dr.Keeley's cure. Overcoat,
watch and even shoes have all been
pawned to satisfy bis terrible thirst and
in delirium he is the helpless victim
of the wiles of others. Upon coming to
his senses he will be seized by bitter re
morse and the pangs of self judged
shame will strike at his more manly
feelings. Then the torture is terrible
apd the subject an object of pity.
A serious joke is related on three
young men, of Bernadotte. They star
ted one day last week to massacre a
Durham animal of the masculine gen
der. Two long ropes were fastened to
the vicious animal to which on each side
were attached two of the party. The
third was stationed with a shot gun,
about ten feet to the front. The gun
was loaded with a heavy charge of
powder and buckshot and was instantly
discharged in the direction of Mr.
Durham, it failed to reach the target,
and,instead, scattered itself over one of
the young men about ten feet to one
side. And he, whose maiden name is
Emil "Johnson, is nursing a very sore
leg, while the animal is in the best of
spirits.—St. Peter Herald.
1,000 LBb.^
We don't blush showing you our nice
line ofmixed candies. W, Eibner.
Fancy Candies and all kinds of toys
fer Christmas at Andrew J^Eckstein's
Engravings suitable for holiday gifts
at Wagner & Saverine.'s
Japanese China Ware In beautiful
and novel styles at F. H. Behnke's.
If you are in doubt what Christmas
presents to buy, go to Wagner & Saver
me's they will give you pointers.
Genuine Meerschaum Goods^ pipes,*
cigarholders and ornaments at cost
from now until Christmas at T. Muel
ler's. Fine quality of goods and just
the thing for Christmas gifts.,§ %r -.
Genuine Meerschaum Gdods, pipes,
cigarholders end ornaments at cost
from now until Christmas at T. Mul
ler's. Fine quality of gooods and Just
the thing for Christmas gifts, JgJ
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
jector free^Sold by Henningsen
ffiese* &
Low Rates For the Hobdays.
On December 24th, 25th, and 31st, I£&
1891 and January 1st, 1892, the Chicago^^
& .North-Western Railway Company 111'
will sell excursion tickets verv favor
able rates. For tickets and further in- ^?f.
formation apply to agents C. & N. W- !j
R'y. J=
On Jan. 4tb 1892 the undersigned will
open her sewing school where she will
teach dress-making cutting and fitting
by the Chm»x and LallaRook Systems.
Wi.ll also have both systems for sale,
Mrs. H, D. Benssmann.
On January 4th the undersigned will
open a sewing school at her home on
German Street where she will teach
dress-making, cutting and fitting. Or
ders can be left at Hummel's store,
Louise Spoerhase
On Jan. 4tb, I will open my sewing
where I will teach diessmakm?,
cutting and fitting bv theClimax system.
Mrs. B. Follmann.
and everybody should know that at
great preparations have been made with
a full line of
suitable for presents for old and young.
Albums of all styles, the largest line in the criy.
Toilet Cases, elegant and large variety.
Work Boxes, Jewel Cues,
Cuff and Collar Boxes, Mirrors.
Smoking Sets and Casas
Writing Desks and Portfolios,
Whisk Broom Holders,
Odor Cases,
Photograph Frames.
Children's Toy Books
htorj and picture books for the young
p'eople, Games of many different kinds.
Finest and best Perfumes and Colognes,
the leading and fashiohable odors.
A large stock of New Goods con
sisting of Violins, Accordeons, Cor
nets, Harmonicas, Guitars, Banjos,
Flutes, Clarinets, Occarmos, Zithers,
also Swiss music boxes strings, cases
and trimmings.
An assortment of
zzPure and Fresh Candies,
Christmas Trees
The celebrated Estey Organs and
Pianos known as the" best the world
over, in Elegant New Style Cases. I
also have a few special bargains in dif
ferent makes of Organs and Pianos,
that are genuine bargains and no mis
take Look them over soon if interest
ed. They will not lat.t Ion*,. No sham,
no shoddy, good goods, and the lowest
prices on every Arti« le. Look over mv
stock and make your selections early.
Thanking all for past favors,
Yours truly,
Santa Claus
Has stored in W. Eibner's Confec
tionery the finest and largest
assortment of
Ever shown in the city.
In fact everything pertaining^o a first
class Confectioneryr.
BiM Special efforts ara made to
a 1?
"testin for#
I® Churches.

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