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Airs. Mary E. O'Fallon,
of Plqua, O., says the Phy
sicians are Astonished*
and look at her like one
Long and Terrible Illness
from BBood Poisoning
Convpletely Cured by Hood's
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady of Piqua, Ohio, was poisoned while as
sisting physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon terrible ulcers broke out on her
head, arms, tongue and throat. Her hair all
came out. She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect of help. At last she began to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla and at onoe Im
proved could soon get out of bed and walk,
She says: I became perfectly cured by
Hood's SarsapariSSa
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
eat well and do the work for a large family.
My case seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at me in astonishment, as
almost like one raised from the dead."
HOOD'S PlLLS should he in every family
medicine chest. Once used, always preferred.
We keep a large stock
of finest goods.
Fine Fruits
Candies and Nuts
Lamp Chimneys
Wood and Willow Ware
Salt Fish
Canned Goods
Stock selected with care.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city.
Springfield Bakery,
People who live in or visit Springfield
should bear in mind that the village con
tains a first-class bakery and restaurant.
Finery' .n'i bread, cakes, fresh fruits,
ice-cream and everything else pertaining
to a clean and enterprising Restaurant
always kept on hand. HERBECK & Sox.
Club Men
Society Men
Business Men
Traveling Men
Theatrical Men
Professional Men—"Smoke Em."
The "Allan-A-Dale" the Superior Grade
ciirar, on sale at O. M. Olsen's and W.
friends of
a new
elect Literature can
extensive outlay at
Eckstein's Drug Store. Do not fail to
look them over.
Money to Loan-
Money to loan on Ileal Estate on long
time at low interest by the Citizen's
wVliAT a Ran- offer! An elegant As
trackan Cape for only $10. Only Crone
Bros, will «ive YOU such a bargain.
IT. Laudenschlagcr has quite a
coal and wood heating stoves
that she will sell at cost.
only, the Allan-a-Dale, the Su
perior grade cigar on sale at O. M.
Olsen's and W. Eibner's,
Sucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores,
Tetter, Chapped Hands,Chilblains, Corns,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money efunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by O. M. Olsen.
Notice of Publication.
Land office at Marshall, Minn., Dec. 7,1893
Notice is hereby given that the follow,
ing named settler has riled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Clerk of Dist. Court for Nicollet
Co., Minn., at St. Peter, Minn., on Friday,
Feb. 2nd, 1891, viz: William Pehling (H.E.
No. 12411 for the S S W and S\\H4, of S
K% of Sec. 18, Twp. 110, R. 29.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:PaulFroelich,
Henry Habernich, Frederick Meyer and
Herman Neubauer.all of Courtland.Minn.
L. M. Lange, Register.
WheatNo. 1
WheatNo. 2
Hogs, livewai^ht
Patent Flour
Reye Flour
Be sure that you see the parade on the
Werner Boesch and wife are now vi
siting at San Diego.
Miss Anna Mueller is home from Chi
cago on a brief visit.
Miss Theresa Henle left for Sleepy Eye
to-day to visit friends.
Horace Newhart will soon leave for
the east to visit relatives.
John Zellner and Miss Portner of Si-
gel were married yesterday.
Henry Crone shipped two car'oads of
eggs east duringjthe week,
Albert Carlson has gone to Winthrop
to take charge of a saloon.
Chas. Toberer now plays on anew flute
that cost $45 of legal currency.
Otto Sonimer came down from Spring
field Saturday to spend Sunday.
Dr. James of Mankato will be at the
office of Dr. Schoch on Sunday.
A few of our young people attended a
masquerade in Winthrop Saturday even,
Mr. Fierling and Miss Pehling were
united in marriage yesterday in Lafay
The Mozart Symphony Club will give
a musical recital at Union Hall on the
E. L. Henry of the News has received
an appointment as deputy- revenue col
Mardi Gras will be celebrated at this
city with-a.procession at 3 o'clock in the
Madigan's bondsmen are Henry Schleu
der, Henry Ackmann and Louis and
Frank Holznagel.
T. Crone will leave this week for the
Hot Springs, and we trust that he may
return much improved.
It is now claimed that lignite coal has
been discovered on a farm in the west
end of Ridgley township.
Geo. F. Hillmer and wife who have
been spending several weeks with friends
in Lafayette, left for Iowa on Monday.
Dr. Lipp sold a young stallion to J.
Waibel. He also purchased a piece of
land of Nic Gulden in town Cottonwood.
Victor S. Clark, one of the newly ap
pointed teachers for our public schools,
was granted a state certificate on Mon
John Henle is raffling off anew organ.
The drawing will take place as soon as
the necessary amount of tickets have been
Chas. L. Roos has been making a tour
of several eastern states the past week in
the interests of the NeAV Ulm Roller
Anton Ochs will erect a fine residence
on State Street next spring. It will be
located opposite from that of Conrad
The Hartsough meetings at the Con
gregationol church will conclude tomor.
row.Several new members were taken in
on Sunday.
Rev. Seeger must have preached a bet
ter sermon than usual Sunday nu-rning.
A little daughter had arrived at his home
the day before.
The executive committee of the Brown
County Farmer's Alliance will hold a
meeting in Iberia on the 10th to prepare
for the coming campaign.
A white pine cone is on exhibition in
the store of O. M. Olson, presented to
him by Mr. Boesch. It is the largest
and finest specimen we have ever seen.
Dr. P. A. Dilworth, representing the
Hirschberg Optical Co. is at the store of
their agent, F. W. Hauenstem this week.
Eyes will be examined Avithout charge.
I. M. Olson came down from Redwood
Falls for a few hours Monday afternoon.
He reports that his prospects for a
good practice grow brighter every day.
The Ladies Society of the Turnverien
have elected the following new officers:
President, Mrs. Hagberg secretary, Miss
Alice Haeberle: treasurer, Mrs. F. Burg
Otto Backer came up from St. Paul
last week, remained a few days and then
went to Redwood Falls to go into part
nership with his brother in the milling
M. M, Madigan, convicted of perjury
resigned his position as county attorney
of Redwood County on Monday. The
commissioners will appoint a new attor
ney at once.
It is safe to say that the Madigan trial
has already cost Redwood county $2,000
and a sum not far from this will also be
necessary to pay the defendants expen
ses. Justice comes high.
A. C. Ochs of Springfield passed I
through here last week on his way to St.
Paul, where he will purchase new mach
inery for his brickyard. Mr. Ochs in
tends to spend about §1,500 on improve
ments this year.
Mrs. Herman Beussinann is still very
Jos. A. Eckstein has gone to Milwau
kee on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Popp will return
from California in a few days.
Albert Meyer is employed in the pho
tograph gallery of Jr.s. Satfler.
Eibner makes a speciality of home
made candies—cream taffy and the like^
It is much superior to that bought else
where. Try it.
Paul Quandt, John Wagner nd Wm.
Wegweg, all of Stewart have bees vis
lting in Lafayette the past* few days.
A Mr. Jacobs, who recently re
turned from the west, has opened an oy
ster parlor in the vacant Leibold store
room adjoining the telegraph office.
Miss Mary Gerstinan of Morgan is ia
the city, taking lessons in painting and
the art of trimming ladies' hats.
The Advance says that Wm. G. Frank
will build a handsome residence in the
village of Springfield next spring.
On the 11th of February a State Con
vention of Active Turners will be held
at Turner Hall in this city. Delegates
will be present from every society in the
state and the total, number will be in the
neighborhood of one hundred.
Redwood Falls was well represented
in New Ulm during the whole of last
•week. Seventy-five witnesses were in
cluded among the visitors, and some of
them were honored and representative
The School Board has selected Otis C.
Gross of Cannon Falls to be principal of
the High School and V. S. Clark of Mc
Cauleyville to succeed Miss McCaughin.
Together with Supt. Crichett they will
begin work on the 5th.
The Bollmann Theatre Co. appeared
at Turner Hall last evening and will
give another performance to-night. The
company now includes only six people,
Schober and one other actor having left
it and returned to Milwaukee.
It was Attorney S. L. Pierce, who is
no-v here, who appeared before the Su
preme court over a week ago and advo
cated the unconstitutionality of the Taw
ney insanity law. Pierce took up the
ease without tender of reward and cham
pioned it solely out of humanity.
Up at Golden Gate the citizens have a
debating club and are discussing such
questions as "Should we have a metallic
basis for money or not?" Our neighbors
evidently want. t- 'themselves"
the biennis' he political ora
Miss Annie Bradvold, a young lady
who was to be married to a young sol
dier at Ft. Snelling, died in Minneapolis
a week ago from the effects of the ex
plosion ^of a kerosine oil lamp. Her
remains were taken to Springfield for in
Dr. Alfred Mueller has sent his friend,
Andrew J. Eckstein, a boquet of pressed
Swiss flowers, among ^liem several blos
soms of "Edelweis," plucked from the
highest peaks of the alps. A. J. prizes
them highly.
The destruction of Max Reinhart's new
building by fire was narrowly prevented
early yesterday morning. The lire was
started in the celler by the falling into
the roasting fire of several hams which
immediatedly started a blaze that spread
to the wood-work around. Several
hundred pounds cf sausage were also
cooked in the flames.
Rev. Bergstrom, who attended the
Christian Endeavor convention in this
city last summer, has created a sensa
tion in Mankato by leaving the Baptist
fastorate and .joining the Episcopal
church. He claims that the Baptist doc
trines are too contracted for the work he
desires to do.
The St. Peter Herald says: The Min
neapolis Journal declares that Bobleter
took private interest on state funds. We
are not willing to believe any such charge
until it is proven. We have be*n pleased
to regard Bobleter as an honest man and
will not change that position upon a
mere theory. It will require facts to
convince us.
The McKinley Bros, of Duluth have
leased over a thousand acres of land ad
joining Moon's coal mine in Redwood
county for a term of thirty years and
will invest $10,000 in prospecting for
coal. The owners are to receive 10 cts.
a ton for all coal mined, and one of the
stipulations of the lease was that no sa
loons should be allowed on the proper
Geo. and Otto Backer, well-known in
New Ulm have leased the Delhi Roller
Mills from O. \V. McMillan & Co,, and I
will assume charge February 1st. The
new proprietois are capable young men
and the Review believes that they will
meet with the success which their atten
tii-n to business deserves.
The generous advertising that has fill-
a 0 a a
ing the recent masquerade, will no doubt
swell the attendance at the coming one
Original and humorous ideas will abound
in this as well as the other and perhaps
there may be occasion for further dramas
of indisputable literary merit.
'•S 3C'
The postoffice department has issued
a new postal card. In size it is between
the two now in use, and on account of
its convenient form it will readily dis
place the old ones.
The marriage of Miss Mathild Marx
and Mr. Bernhard Klinkhammeroccurred
last Tuesday. The groom particularly
is quite well-known in New Ulm and his
friends here will wish him and his bride
much joy. ,,
At a meeting of Company A last Wed
nesday evening, Lt. Buschers was made
1st Lieutenant and Geo. Graff 2nd. To
gether with Capt. Steinhauser they will
attend the National Guard Convention
in St. Paul to-morrow.
It will interest the ladies to know that
another large and beautiful selection of
embroidery has just been received at the
the store of G. A. Ottcmeyer. The pat
terns, this time are exceptionally beau
tiful and will be sure to please. Call
in and look them over.
The jury which convicted Madigan of
perjury was made up of the following
men: Win. Pfaender Jr., Jos. Gag, Thos.
Forstner, Arnold Hillesheim, P. G. Wil
son, John A. Torrey, John Halla, Henry
Gruudmeier, Adolph Alwin, Heiarich
Stoll, Thomas Schilling ard Alonzo
Louis F. Entrap, prescription clerk at
the Pioneer Drug Store, has severed his
connection with that institution and in
a few days will leave for his home in
Shakopee. Later on he will start into
the drug business in Milwaukee. Dur
ing his residence in New Ulm, Mr. En
irup has cultivated an extensive acquain
tance and has many friends who wiil hate
to see him leave.
The News of the Week Neatly Dished up
by Unohoo.
The weather of the past two or three
days has been a decided relief after the
week of intense cold. A number of old
and young formed an intimate acquain
tance with Jack Frost. Paul Jacobson
took a twelve mile drive into the coun
try on Wednesday and came back with
his face pretty badly frozen.
The Herald man has not yet presented
any facts by way of justification of his
late Ciceronian libel.
Quarterly meeting at the German M.
E. church on Sunday. Presiding Elder
of Faribault preached moraine
Mrs. Chas. Schoregge spent Sunday at
the county-seat.
Interest in the postmastership is being
revived. The present incumbent's term
expires sometime during next Septem
ber and the leading aspirant for Char
ley's shoes is meeting with considerable
Rev. J. L. Nuelsen is at Springfield
this week assisting Rev. Hauck in revi
val work.
H. J. Hanson's fine residence is about
ready for occupancy.
Meetings at the Baptist church every
evening this week. Mr. G. Lundquist, a
Y. M. C. A. worker of Minneapolis, is
assisting Rev. Reohr.
Dinner and card parties are the order
of the day or rather evening at
A princely fortune awaits the chemist
who invents a lotion which when applied
to the face and hands will, without be
ing itself injurious, serve as a protection
against our nor'westers.
Prof. Jache of Manka'.o is in town
looking up muskal matters.
Blustry weather.
Geo. F. Chambard
is visiting near
Ben Marti visited New Ulm last Sat
A. C. Lehman of Brownton is here.
Henry Grimes and Francis Flynn of
Golden Gate sundayed here.
A new coal mine has just been dis
covered on the farm of Elias Putias just
north of the Fort. Quaiiiy is reported
as being very good.
H. Werring enjoyed a trip to Golden
Gate last Saturday.:
The "Rough Diamond" will be pro
duced at the School Hall next Tuesday
eve, Feb. 6th. This is a comedy that is
fun. Don't miss it.
Curtis Merkel of Fort Ridgely was in
town last Saturday.
Wehave heard that Hon.James O'Brien
has been appointed postmaster at Fort
Ridgely. This will necessitate the mov
ing of the office about three miles and
will be the means of sending most of the
present patrons of the Fort Ridgely of
fice to this place for their mail, as it will
be more convenient for them than the
new location would be... •$
The well-known Eye Emer nfv\ IT IA DI" .••." v-«**i
York and 629 OUve St., S a Mo htf .~Yew
W. HAUENSTEIN as agenTfor'his celeh™1£2i£ted
Changeable Spectacles and Eye^ G&s^8a,
Glasses are the ereatoat i« .f^
made in a a
amine them at
purchased are guaranteed, so that at• I 5
change is necessary (no matter how 2 S S
lenses] they will furnish thes £ehw .ier
of Glasses, free of charged W
full assortment, and invites allwW^fS?^
themselves of the gr^aTsu^rioriS oflhese lf
over any and all others now in to S S Sd8
a a a
Sole Agent for NEW ULM. MIXN.
None genuine unless stamped "Non-Changeable
The tax collectors. were here last
week picking what few dollars were left
in the hands of the farmers.
According to a recent ruling of the
Postmaster General, no one hereafter
will be permitted to mail any letters or
other mail matter on the trains. This
will certainly be very annoying to de
feated candidates, especially if they take
it to heart as bad as we have known men
to do and refuse to mail letter in the
post office for four years. Verily, there
is no accounting for the ruling of a De
mocratic administration: nor for the ac
tions of a defeated candidate.
Married, Tuesday January 30th Philip
Heck to Miss Lizzie Haas, Rev. Rosen
The remains of Alois Kellenhover,
aged 34, were interred in the cemetery
north of town last Saturday. Rev. Ro
sen performed the burial ceremonies.
Don't forget the "Rough Diamond"
Feb. 6th at School Hall.
C. H. Hopkins and wife of Fort Ridg
ley took in the "Literary" last Friday
night. They were greatly pleased with
the entertainment, especially so with the
comedy entitled the "Pull Back."
Hard times is the mother of invention
and economy is the road to wealth there
fore A. E. Carver, the gentlemanly and
efficient cashier of the Security Bink,
contemplates taking a trip to Ireland in
the near future.
A. V. Rieke, editor of the Enterprize,
(a paper which appears regularly at our
Literarys) is wearing sundry patches of
court plaster on his nose and below his
peepers, A. V. says an editor's pathway
is not strewn with roses, but he would
rather be right than be postmaster.
Henry Meyerding,who has been spend
ing a few days under the parental roof
at New Ulm, returned to his books last
Wednesday. Alert.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
H. Kroschel on Tuesday of last week.
On the same day to Mr. and Mrs. Fr.
Rolloff, a son. Both families feel royal
over the increase in their home.
A masked surprise party entertained
themselves at the home of Mr. H. Schoeder
one evening last week. A large number
were in attendance and all present en
joyed themselves in a pleasant manner.
D. Mecklenburg has been on the sick
list for the last two weeks. He is now
up again and about.
A creamery company will be organized
here in the near future,
The Young Men's Debating Club will
meet again Wednesday Jan 31st.
The Farmers' Club have elected the
following officers for the esuing year:
Pres., Fr. Wandersee vice-pres., H
Wiedeman Sec, P. Lehman Treas., F.
The thermometers registered 31 degrees
below zero at Essig Jan. 24th. Pretty
tough, wasn't it?.
Mr, Horn, an agent for the "Nord
westliche Post" of Milwaukee has been
spending the past three weeks at the
station, and has secured a large number
of subscribers for that journal. The
"Nordwestliche Post and the "Now Ulm
Post" [seem to be the leading German
papers in this district.
Henry Sprenger of Red Wing enter
tained the Garies family for a few days
last week.
A girl to work in a Restaurant near
the express office.
At the house formerly accupied by
Conrad Huebner at the corner of Minne
sota and Second South Street onTuesday
Febraary 6th, 1894, commencing at ten
o'clock in the morning, there will be
sold at public auction, household articles,
consisting of bedteads, chairs, tables,'
stoves etc. Terms cash.
Conrad Huebner.
fitter ?&•<
The only Pure Cream, of T&rtarP^—w 3
Used in MflfionaW S E
mimaas of Homes-4 0 Year* th
^V *t V«*A S*yJ3*--*
a a
Bale »r R-nt«
The property of Conrad Huebner con
sisting of three lots and buildings at the
corner of Minnesota and Second South
Street is for sale or rent on easy terms.
Sale is preferred. For particulars ap
ply to Ed. H. Huebner
—10 Winthrop, Minn.
A State Farmers' Institute
Will be held at Turner Hall in the city
of New Ulm on Feb. 13 and 14. The
programme is replete with topics of in
terest to every farmer. A valuable book
will be given away at the first forenoon
session. A particular invitation is ex
tended to tho ladies land young men.
O. C. Gregg, Supt.
Veterinary Surgeon.
AND DENTIST. Will be at the store
of F. H. Retzlnff for professional consul
tation every Wednesday and Saturday.
Charges reasonable.
Years of experience.
RETURN COAT—The man from Clear
Lake who took an overcoat at the dance
in West Newton will please return same
to Jos. Reinhard.
Commencing with January 8th, I will
give sewing lessons to young laaies who
may wish to learn dressmaking. In
struction given in the combination sys
tem. Rooms over Mrs. Pfefferle's store.
Miss Hanna Newton.
First-class Dressmaking done^Jby Miss
Sundgren upstairs over Peter Moeger's
Tailorshop. Ladies please call. Good
fitting guaranteed. 5
•fine Candies^at the City^ Drug Store.
I you want to see a choice line of con
fectionary call at the City Dru» Store.
The Age of Pnenmonia.
Slight attacks of cold often develop
into Pneumonia. Statistics show that
this disease is rapidly increasing in our
country, and is generally accompanied
with fatal results. Cubeb Cough Cure
will prevent Pneumonia if taken in time.
Sold by Andrew J. Eckstein.
Club Men
Society Men
Business Men
Traveling Men
Theatrical Men
Professional Men—"Smoke em."
The "Allan-A-Dale" the Superior Grade
cigar, on sale at O. M. Olsen's and W.
given by the
GeTmania Lodge No. 6.0. d, H. S.
T&iit$d*yt fthrtuy 6th, 1894
A on 3 5 ots. a person.
Tioketscanbe had at the following'
places: W. Hauenstein, City Drug
Store, J. Neumann, A, Hartmuth, W
Hauenstein, P. Herian, Chas StcngeL
from every member of the order and at'
the door of the hall.
Reserved seats,
The Allan-A-Dale cigars are crowding
themselves into popular favor. On sale
at O. M. Olsen's and W. Eibner's.
Next Sunday ICE CREAM at
W. Eibner.
Tphey are sold from Ocean to Ocean the
incomparable Allan-a-Dal« cigars.
10 cents at F. W.
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