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Wednesday, Jan. 1. 1896.
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C. W. H. HEIDEMAS. ^gent
QiL L. A. FR1TSCHE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Female Diseases a Specialty.
Office in W. Boesch's SawEriok Block.
S'tjw Uirn, Mica
OiSca. Corner Minaefloia and isi 2J. Street
KEW ULM, MINN.
"eeth os.it w-teA without pala by the use of
%t ''zed a:ror nitrons oxide gas.
])?i. L, G. BELL,
Office in ihe Meridian Block'.
W ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by th»
atest approved methods.
J)H. A. KOEHNL,
Veterinary Surgeon. ',
Having treated sick animals for years
(-rn conscientiously recommend my^
i»6if to all who need the services of 4
e-mpetent Veterinary. Orders mayb«»
!"ft at Union Hotel or Olson's Drag
NEW ULM, MINN.
E. BEIINKE. D. V. S.
Cfic« over Brown County Bank. Fiaq
imrr. tc ttes re«x of the building, wharf
horses v~i be ietL
J)R. O HIRSCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGE03S
Office over Olsen's Drugstore.}
Besidence in Prof. Schanenf8juma»|'gg
•'," Jefferson. Street***^-,
Office: Rooms 314, 315, 310 Post office
Residence: 526 South 2nd Street,^
A N A O I N
LIND & HAGBERG,
Attorneys and Connsslars at Law,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
U. S. Courts.
oecial Attention Paid to Collections.
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN LAN-
NEW ULM MINN.
Sttorr\ey & Cour^elof
Titles examined and perfected.
Particular attention given to col
IS£*Office over Brown Co. Bank
NEW ULM, MINN
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M.Mullen, Prest. W. F. Seiter.Cashier
J. II. Vajen, V. P. W. E. Koch, Ass't.
II. Vajen, Geo. Doehne, W. Boesch, F,
Crone, O. M. Olsen, Wm. Silverson
The individual responsibility of the2?
stockholders is $2,000,000.
JJi.F W FRITSCHE
I use Odontunder for extracting teeth.
ISpOffice over the Star Clothing Hall.
Costs no more than inferior package soda—
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
versally acknowledged purest in the world.
Hade only by CHURCH & CO., New York,
Sold by grocers everywhere.
Sp "Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Recipes—FREE.
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O O N A S S
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Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
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the value by stamping he name andT price on
the bottom, which protects you against
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. W have sold every
where at lower prices forth value given than
any other make Tak no substitute. I your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
We guarantee to do both in a satisfact
ory manner. If you have a lame or in
terfering horse, give us a call. Exper
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be able to give you.
SlEBENBRUNNEB & WlLBURG.
Architect & Builder.
Plans and specifications
Furnished and Contracts
Taken for all kinds of build
ings. Office on Broadway.
Should use the best flour.
Manufactured by the Empire Mill Co. of
New Ulm has this reputation and deser-*"
ves it. It makes the whitest bread..Call
for it of your grocery dealer.
EMPIRE MILL CO.
The Merchant Tailor will fit you up
with an elegant suit at the lowest pos
sible prices. You had better call on
him when in need of anything in his
MAX REINHART, Prop.
Handles fresh and salt meats, hams sau
sages, etc. Highest prices paid for hogs
cattle, wool and hides.
HERRING, FRESH FISH, OYSTERS
during the season.
Cor, Minnesota and Centre Streets.
ANDREW J. ECKSTEIN
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DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICA
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W a .Liquors for a
Andrew J. Eckstein handles -all of
Pastor Kneipp's Famous Ilemedies. He
has just received a complete stock of
everything made by thiscelebrated heale
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tfhe Supreme Court,. Justic-e Ac
cepts a Place on the^?
Which Will Investigate the Ven
Said France and Russia Will
Give Diplomatic Support
to Uncle Sam.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. Justice
Brewer of the supreme court has been
pAVID J. BREWEB.
tendered and has accepted a place on
the Venezuelan commission.
PROMISED DIPLOMATIC SUPPORT
it on of a a a on
VIENNA, Dec. 30.—The St. Petersburg
correspondent of The Freie Presse tele
graphs that Russia and France have
actually promised diplomatic support of
the United States in the Venezulan
trouble, and adds that Russia is pre
pared to facilitate the United States
loan with her own gold reserve.
SOME BIG GUNS FOR HAVANA
Cit in a Fortifie
TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 31.—Passengers
arriving from Cuba report active opera
tions around the fortifications in
Havana commanding the harbor en
trance. Passengers saw four immense
80-ton improved guns, with many
smaller ones, which are soon to bewhen
placed in position on the railroad from
Havana to San Antonio. Explorers, or
freight trains, precede all the passenger
trains. It is very difficult to manore
these bomb-hunting freight trains.
SITUATION IN KOREA SERIOUS
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ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 30.—A dis-
patch from Vladivostock says that the
situation of affairs in Korea is 'most se
rious. The king is constantly sur
rounded by Japanese spies and he fears
that he will be assassinated. The dis
patch adds that his majesty is guarded
nightly by the American missionaries.
SUCCEEDS WARD M'ALLISTER
W am a I N so of
NEW YORK, Dec. 31.—The mantle of
Ward McAllister has fallen upon Mr.
William L. Baylies, a young lawyer,
whose social proclivities have long
marked him as a leader in the "Four
Hundred." The new censor of metro
politan society has been elected sponsor
and honorary secretary of the Pa
triarchs, and he will assume the duties
formerly performed by McAllister forth
The position assumed by Mr. Baylies
is a modification of that held by hisn
predecessor, but his genius •will have
full play, nevertheless, and as a pre
liminary duty he will be called upon to
edit the invitations for the second Pa
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MILWAUKEE, Dec. 30.—The Western
Base Ball league representatives held a
meeting here. St. Paul was selected as
tlje place of the spring meeting, Feb.
24. The following committee was
pointed to arrange a schedule: Presi
dent Johnson, James Manning and J.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 31.—Before leaving
for Indianapolis, the headquarters of
the American Federation of Labor,
Samuel Gompers made a farewell
speech to the Central Labor union, in
which he denounced a policy looking to
war between the United States and
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LONDON, Dec. 31.—The Berlin corre
spondent of The Standard says: I
have excellent reason to state that the
reports of an agreement between Russia
and the United States about Venezuela
are unfounded. On the countray, the
czar was painfully surprised
dent Cleveland's message.
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HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Dec. 3i.—At
the mouth of Salt creek, on Tug river,
just before daybreak, Fletcher Wallace,
a prominent citizen, was shot fatally by
Howard Newsome, a neighbor, 'Who
took Wallaceior a burglar. ..
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W E of N Pacific.
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. 30r—The Ore-f
gonian says: The ^Northern Pacific re
ceivership entanglement will probably
reach a crisis soon after the beginning
of the New Year, unless the Eastern
courts speedily agree with Judge Han
ford regarding a unified set of receivers
for the entire system. It is learned on
what appearstobe good authority that
Receiver Burleigh has given the East
ern receivers to understand that he
will take complete control of the prop
erty within his jurisdiction some time
in January, if the courts do not agree
in the meantime. This means that Mr.
Burleigh will appoint his own general
officers to manage the property within
his jurisdiction, who will not report to
the present general office at St. Paul.
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It is impossible to gain any informa
tion regarding Mr. Burleigh's intention
further than his determination to oper
ate the road entirely independent of
the St. Paul offices. This means, of
course, that he will not work in
thorough harmony with the Eastern
receivers, and also that Judge Hanf ord
has grown tired of treating with the
Eastern judges for a unified receiver
ship. It means, too, Mr. Burleigh con
siders himself in a position to force
matters to an amicable conclusion. He
is sole receiver for the property in Ore
gon, Washington and Idaho, and one of
three receivers in Montana.
IOWA FARMERS FLEECED.
A l^and Official Se
WEBSTER CITY, la., Dec. 31. —Many
farmers in this section of the state have
been victimized by a sharper named
Baum, who represents himself as a gov
ernment official in the land office at
Des Moines. He claims to be able to
secure title to the contested tracts of
land in O'Brien county, and for per
forming this service for a farmer who
is anxious to get hold of the land, or a
part of it,* he takes a note for $150.
Several of the notes have turned up at
local banks, and an effort will be made
to stop payment on them. Banna's con
tracts given to secure the notes state
that if he does not get the title for the
land for the prospective purchaser he
will return the note.
HAVE STOLEN MUCH ORE.
in a in Cars of
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BUTTE, Mon., Dec. 30.—Frank Smith
and John K. Enney, miners, were ar
rested at Rocker, a station west of
Butte, while in the act of stealing ore
from the cars of tne Anaconda com
pany. Three other men escaped. They
had over two tons of rich ore on a sleigh
the officers pounced upon them.
It is stated that the thieving has been
going on for a year or more, and that
between $50,00& and $100,000 worth of
has been stolen in .that way. The
ore train, consisting of about 60 cars,
stops at Rocker on the way to the Ana
conda smelters, and it is suspected that
some of the trainmen stood'in with the
PROBABLY NEAR MANDAN.
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.—It is expected
that General Herritt will soon call a
meeting of the board to make a thor
ough examination of the various sites
which are proposed for military posts
at or near Bismarck, N. D. Although
the sites proposed to be donated will
cost the government nothing, it will be
necessary to have an appropriation for
the purpose of establishing the posts.
Indications are, judging from expres
sions of the members of the board, that
the Mandan side of the Missouri river
will be selected.
SUIT TO RECOVER LAND.
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Sioux FALLS, S. D., Dec. /40.—Ben P.
Hoever, receiver of the Gettysburg
state bank, which cut so great a figure
the Taylor investigation and trial,
spent\ the day in this city. He stated
the Dank would at he next term of
court institute proceedings to recover
from the state and from Illinois parties,
land to the value of about $40,000. It
will be remembered that Taylor claimed
to have lost some $70,000 in the Gettys
burg deal three months before his
flight, and that the state has levied on
the property belonging to the bank.
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DENVER, Dec. 30.—It is learned here
that prominent citizens of Helena,
Moh., have organized the Rocky
Mountain Postal Telegraph company,
which has been operating for several
years in Montana, and will extend its
lines to Ogden, Salt Lake and Denver.
A contract has been made with the
Postal Telegraph company for connec
tions at Spokane, Denver and Cheyenne.
Bonds to the amount of $400,000 will be
floated for the work of construction.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30.—If regents
of the University of California and the
Oakland board of education give their
consent, a party of four astronomers
will,leave for Japan on May 20 to take
observations and photographs of theization
total eclipse of the sun that will take
place on Aug. 9.
EDGERLY, N. D., Dec. 31.—Fire of an
incendiary origin burned up Sharp &
Purtz's elevator, at Kulm. Upwards
of 10,000 bushels of wheat andflaxwas
destroyed. Sawyer and Arnold's lum
ber yard was set on fire at the same
time. This is the. second time inside of
a year that this lumber yard has been
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CINCINNATI, O., Dec. 30.—The cham-
ber of commerce and other local organ
have inaugurated a most vigor
ous movement to secure the Democratic
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WINNIPEG, Dec. 2b.—Manitoba's re-
ply to the dominion government on the
separate school question is out. Mani
toba positively refuses to consider any
proposal to establish Roman Catholic
separate schools. ...
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D. W. Fuller, of Canajokarie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. Kings New
Discovery in the house and his family
has always found the very best results
from its use that he would not be without
it, if procurable. G. A. Dykemari*. Drug
gist, Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the best
Cough remedy that he has used it in his
family for eight years, and it has never
failed to do all that is claimed for it.
Why not try a remedy so long tried and
tested. Trial bottles free at O. M. Olsen's
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his Stomach was disordered, his Liver
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in flesh and strength. Three bottles of
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Edward Shephered, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
years' standing. »Used three bottles of
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and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.,
had five large Fever sores on his leg,
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