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efore you buy any crockery this year
it will be to your interest to look at
the new goods that F. H. Behnke
has just placed on his shelves. No
thing like it has ever been seen in New
Ulm before. It's simply beautiful,
iverybody wants the best and for as
little money as possible. We have
chamber sets, for instance, thai are
•sure to please. We have them in all
styles from $2.50 to $15. Call around
and look at them.
ow about lamps. You may want one
oorself or you may want to give one
a friend as a present. If either is
he case, we ean accomodate you and
know that our reputation this line has
won us many friends. Our stock in
cludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand and
night lamps. Ask for our smokeless
night lamp 'which, once filled, will burn
for 100 hours.
one of on glassware
either to quality. Our
fine water and sets, pitchers,
and tumblers are pleasing to
everybody. Some of them are beauties
rings in times never used such
dishes as we now offering at ex
moderate puces. Complete
and colored sets, fine bread and
fruit plates, in fact anything you might
like for your table. See them once and
you must admire.
I specially do we pride ourselves on
our fancy vases and novelties. F. H.
Behnke leadb all dealers in this re
•spect. If you will onlj visit his
store before the holidays, he will con
F. H. Behnke.
Oups. Uups. Chips.
Fancy Cups and Saucers at price.
Pfefferle & Fenscke.
We are overstocked on fancy goods
and are selling them regardless of cost.
Pfefforle & Fenscke.
Pfefferle & Fenscke have on hand the
finest Piano lamp that has been shown
in the city the actual value is $25.00.
Call and take a look at it.
Pfefferle & Fenacke.
Remember from now until Xmas
will sell you a tea set of 55 pieces
$4.78, regular price $7,50.
tgB'd^tM&ftefte & Fenscke.
As a rule I am opposed to proprietary
medicines. Still I value a good one, es
pecially when such is the source of re
lief from pain. As a topical (external)
application I have found Chamberlain's
Pain Balm the best remedy I have ever
used for neuralgia of any kind. I have
conscientiously recommended it to many
persons. William Horne, M. D. Janes
ville, Wis. Sold by O. M. Olsen.
Severe griping pains of the stomach
aqd bowels instantly and effectually
stopped by DeWitt's Colic and Cholera
jOuxe. W. G. Alwin, Druggist.
August Hummel, manager of the
Springfield Creamery, spent Sunday here.
Robert Hartman and wife are guests
at the home of Mr. ahd Mm. Albert Behn
Miss Theresa Brey of Lafayette is
learning the dress-making trade in this
Miss Lena Luehrs will leave for Ohio
this week to spend a brief spell with rel
C. A. Heers is building a new resi
dence for Chris. Engelbert in the town
The friends of Miss Emma Gebser ten
dered her a pleasant surprise last Satur
Paul Jacobson and family of Sleepy
Eye are spending the holidays in Court
land and Linden.
A. W. Bingham and wife and Miss
Jewett spent Christmas with the Bing
ham family in Sleepy Eye.
Mr. Hechnch, the Minneapolis Turn
ing Teacher, spent Sunday here, a guest
at the home of Geo, Doehne.
While assisting in cutting a steel rail
a few days ago, John Guldan lest the
third finger of his right hand.
Prof. Critchett, B. Juni and Herman
Held are attending the State Teachers
meeting in St. Paul this week.
Jos. Koehler Jr. and Henry Held of
St. Paul were among those who whiled
away the Christmas hours in this city.
Ths Northwestern has dispensed with
one of the yard crews. Theo. Scheiqer
lch is therefore laid off for the time be
Frank Burke, who is now a fiienian
between Omaha and Sioux City, is in the
city today, the guest of his brother, Jos.
John A. Johnson of Lafayette has gone
to Minneapolis to accept a position as
traveling salesman for a new patent
match 'safe and cigar clipper.
The St. Paul Dispatch of Saturday
contained an excellent portrait of the
Ski-u-Mah Male Quartette of which Mr.
Davis of Cambria is a member.
Mrs. John Rauschke died at her home
in this city Saturday evening, after a
brief illness. Mr. Rauschke is one of
the coopers for the Eagle Mill Co.
The prevalent hog disease has invaded
Courtland and Nicollet. Chas. Bode of
the foimer place has already lost forty
six and Henry Bruns of Courtland twelve.
Miss Ida Baltrusch, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Baltrusch of this city and Mr.
Geo. Busch, an employee of the St. Paul
Volkszeitung, were married in Wiscon
cin iast week.
A special to the Minneapolis Journal
from Sleepy Eye says that MichaelDrusch
was found dead in his bed on Sunday.
Dropsy of the heart was the cause of his
Herman Sell fell from a wagon-load
of straw while at the top of the Brigh
ton Hill last Friday and stritck the
ground, head foremost, with force enough
to render him unconscious for twenty
minutes. His left shoulder was also
While at Stillwater Attorney Madigan
busied himself with inventing a flying
machine and since returning to Redwood
Falls he has perfected the model. The
Gazette man has seen it and says that he
knows of no reason why it should not
prove a success.
Dr. M. Magelsen of Fergus Falls, died
last week, the body being sent to Chica
go for cremation. Mr. Magelson was a
graduate of Christiana University, and,
also an English University and was the
first Norwegian, if not the first Scandi
navian to be cremated in this country.
Otto Schell sent some deer meat to his
brother-in-law in St. Paul last week, but
on arriving in the Saintly City Union
depot it was immediately seized by the
state game-warden. It put an end to an
intended Christmas present, but the
game-warden is to be excused for not
knowing that a large private deer park
exists in this city.
The Mankato Review says: Hon. John
Lind of New Ulm and the St. Paul Dis
patch are having a discussion about the
Monroe doctrine and its force and effect,
find according to our reading.the honora
ble John has the best of the argument
for he sustains the principles involved,
its application to the case in point, and
the position assumed by the president
and Congress in upholding it. Mr. Lind
is a vigorous thinker and an able manJ?L
W. F. IXbner, the baker, is ill at the
Prof. Lugger will probably deliver a
lecture here soon on Venezuela.
isnow located at Taylor,
J. P. Current^ spentn(7hristma|. with
Dr. J. H. James will be at the office of
Dr. Schoch on the 5th of January.
H. F. Seiter and children were down
from Tracy the latter part of the week.
Mrs. G. E.%Schmidt of Tracy spent
Christmas here with relatives and friends.
Miss Lillian Klossner entertained a
large number of her friends Monday
Borchert Bros., well-diggers, have
supplied themselves with a steam-drill
Chas. Stuebe Jr.-and Johnnie Fenscke
go to St. Paul this week to attend a bus
Freight train No. 21, carrying passen
gers, has been abandoned. It was due
here from the east at 5:55 a. m.
A. Ochs of Springfield and his broth
er in this city will probably take a trip
to Florida in the near future.
M. Arnoldi fell on the ice on Christ
mas day and dislocated his shoulder.
Dr. Schoch reduced the location.
Wm. Flor, who has been working in a
harness shop in Fairfax for two months,
has returned to this city to remain.
C. W. H. Heideman and Mrs. Gottlieb
Schmidt left for ElgiD, 111., via St Paul
last Thursday to attend the funeral of
August Leifer Jr. is recovering rapidly
from the injuries received by a kick from
a horse while at work on the new road
a few days ago
One hundred and seventy children par
ticipated in the Christmas tree festivities
at Turner Hall on Thursday eveniDg. A
happier throng it would be difficult to
The Review force acknowledges the
receipt of a case of Export from Mr. John
Hauenstein and a box of Signoritas from
F. Burg Sr. as a holiday remembrance.
Both are highly acceptable.
The Golden Gate Literary Society will
hold its next meeting Saturday evening.
The subject for debate will be, "Resolved
that the United estates does not need
large navy and that all expenditures-be
yond a small sum to provide a few ves
sels for peace services-is money wasted,"
Lodge No. 31, Herman Sons, has the
following officers Piesident, Jos. Gal
les vice-president, Peter Henan cor
responding secretary, J. B. Velikanje
financial secretary, F. Burg Jr., treasu
rer, J. Bellm, trustee, Julius Berndt
park committee, Messrs. Berndt, Bellm
L. G. Vogel and August Wagner are
interested in a telephone enterprise that
will supply New Ulm with a central sys
tern and eventually connect us with
neighboring towns. They are now can
vassing for patrons and if they succeed
in placing 75 instruments the undertak
ing will be a go. We certainly hope
that the young men will meet with the
Attorney General Childs doesn't take
much stock in the objections of the
Morton people to moving the Birch Cou
he Monument. He says that the action
of the original commission in locating
it on the Morton Fair Grounds cannot
possibly be binding, because the law,
providing for the monument, states
clearly that it must be located on the
site where the battle of Birch Coulie
Conductor M, J. Hanson, who has re
latives in this city, met with an accident
a few days ago while enroute from Tracy
to Waseca. When at Walnut Grove, his
train broKe in two, and the engine with
the front section stopping, the rear sec
tion ran into it with such force that Mr.
Hanson, who was setting at his desk in
thecaboose was thrown against the stove
and bruised considerably. One of his
ribs was also broken.
Among others who spent a portion of
the holiday season here were: Miss Ida
Koch of Gibbon, Miss McBride of St.
James, Miss Bertha Vogel of Sleepy Eye,
Miss McHale of St. Paul, W. J. McHale
of Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Rummings and
daughter and Rev. Thompson of St. Pe
ter, G. Kluegel, Henry Langmack and
Miss Lena Schaeter of Springfield, Geo.
Gag of Winthrop, Chas. Schwendinger of
Minneapolis and Armin Petry of Man
John Rock, a farmer residing near
Redwood Falls, was cut from the abdo
men to within a few inches of his neck
t?y his father-in-law, Streiff, on Friday.
StreinTs son was recently sent to Still
water by Judge Webber for carnally
abusing Rock's children. In discussing
the case, Rock got into a quarrel with
his wife and threatened to whip her. The
elder Streiff was present and told Rock
to desist.* Rock on the contrary came
at Streiff with a club, but Streiff pulled
his knife and plunged it into Rock's ab
domen. The man still lives, but his
condition is doubtful.
M. O. Peters was a Twin City visitor
Paul Hirschhoff of S Paul is a guest
at the home of August Gteseke^b'
Mn. C.B. Ross went from here on
Monday te visit her daughterly Winona.
The Elite Whist Club will meet with
Miss Flora Pfefferle next Monday even
Mrs. Geo. May, formerly of this city,
has removed from Batavia, New York,
'Albert Youngquist and Miss Minnie
Shogren of Lafayette were married on
Fr. Landwehr has opened up his saw
mill in this city and is now busily en
gaged in sawing logs.
Miss Emma Fenscke has resigned her
position as trimmer in the millinery
store oi Mrs. Follmann.
Mr. Dittes of Browns Valley joined
his family, who are guests at the home
of W. A. Hubbard, on Friday.
The Citizens Bank Stockholders held
their annual meeting Monday evening
and declared the usual dividend.
Peter Herian has placed his bird and an
imal collection in a fine plate glass case
thus giving him the finest exhibit of the
kind in •he city. 'l
The Germania Sisters have elected the
following itew officers President, Helen
Roos vice president, Mrs. Baarsch sec
retary, Miss Gebser financial secretary,
Miss Lena Baarsch tieasurer,MissKueh
nel guide. MLs Frenzel, sentinels, Mrs.
Galles and Mrs. Krause trustees, Mes
dames Flor, Pfeiffer and Rudolphi.
Peter Moeger has concluded to remove
to Elk River from which place he came
several years ago. There will be many
of our citizens who will regret Mr. Moe
ger's determination, for he was a good
merchant tailor and an ail-round good
fellow. The laundry, owned by his son,
will also be moved to Elk River.
The following is the list of new offi
cers ot Camp Pfaender, Sons of Vet
erans Captain, Fred Pfaender, lieuten
ants, Chas. Stolz and Herman Pfaender
orderly sergeant, H. A. Mueller quar
termaster, Gottlieb Schmidt corporal of
the guard, Fr. Meile sergeant of the
guard, G. A. Flick, chaplain, B. Juni,
council, F. Walther, F. Hofer and Wm.
Judge Webber has rendered a decision
on amotion made by Brown & Abbott,
as attorneys for the Winona & St. Peter
Railroad Company, setting aside the ver
diet of the jury in the case of Louis
St hilling for physical injuries. The ju
ry, it will be remembered, gave Mr.
Schilling $2,055, but the decision of the
Judge will compel Mr. Schilling to ap
peal. His attorneys are Messrs. Eck
stein and Lind.
A repoit was sent in to the daily pa
pers from Springfield last week to the
effect that August Polzm, a farmer liv
ing not far from the village had been
lodged in jail for drunkenness aid was
fined $13 the next dty by Justice Ray.
After paying the finerthe report says he
became so despondent that he threw him
self down a stairway, forty feet high, in
consequence of which he has since been
suffering from concussion of the brain.
The report is a little far-fetched. Mr.
Polzin did not throw himself down the
stairway, but accidentally slipped neith
er has he been suffering from concussion
of the brain just a little stunned, that's
vll. Polzin formerly lived in West New
Adjutant General Muehlberg thinks
the price allowed by the commissio ^ap
pointed to appraise the Birch Coolie
Monument land, is exhorbitant. He
says: "At the time I had my dealings
with Mr. Weiss, it was my thought that
we ought to have at least 10 acres, runn
ing oyer into the swamp at the bottom
of the hill and I would have bought
the 10 acres had the owner not insisted
upon $100 an acre, a most extravagant
price. Finding that he wanted so much
I cut the tract down to sixacres, and th«
commissioners figured on that quan
tity. Had Weiss been willing to take
$50 an acre, I would have paid it for
the 10 acres. Eighty dollars is very
high xor the land, and more than the
state in reason should pay for it."
Pleasant and entertaining are the only
adjectives that would be (applicable to
the literary meeting at Turner Hall Sun
afternoon and evening. Tne debates
from four to six were lively and instruc
tive, and from six to eight supper was
served to over forty. In the evening the
program consisted of a violin quartette,
in which Messrs. Wm. and Albert Pfaen
der, Robert Scheier and Ambrosch par
ticipated, a paper on matches by Chas.
L. Roos, a vocal solo by Miss Josie
Pfaender, accompanied by Miss Olga
Mueller, an excellent newspaper by Mrs.
Fischer and Miss Helen George, a bass
solo by Albert Alwin, accompanied by
Robert Scherer, a dialect selection by
Hugo Fischer, a zither solo by Mt»,
Wenzel and a reading of Jamesy by Al
We buy in large quantities.
We treat everybody alike.
We sell you reliable goods.
We are the cheapest,
FOR FOR COATS COAJE fO &
FOR BLANKETS CONIETOUS.
FOR E MC ELSE (0N|E TO US.
This is the Place to buy your Gooes.
We discount our bills and therefore can sell cheaper than anybody else.
Stock Food Boiler.
Manufactured only by the Mitchell Machine Co. of Indiana.
For the'use of farmers, stock feeders and butchers in cooking feed for stockaiK%
and poultry,*for boiling sap, making soap, scalding hogs, etc.
Farmers and stock feeders who have used the boiler and have taken notes of
the results will tell you that three pounds of good meal stirred into three gallons
of boiling water, will make twenty-five pounds of good thick feed, other words,
eight times in bulk, eight times in weight and double in value for feed.
Stop and consider these facts and consult the undersigned for particulars.
John L. Bushard, Agent
I E N A RD BROS,
_^*g*j?Headquarters for Bargains in
Low Sates to Milwaukee.
On account of the Annual Meeting,
Wisconsin Teachers' Association at Mil
waukee, the Nortn-Western line will
from December 23 to December 28,1895,
inclusive, sell tickets at reduced rates on
the certificate plan. For tickets and full
information apply to agents Chicago &
North-Western Railway. .-- _**^.^
Dry Goods, Notions and
DON'T MISS SEEING OUR
E W, (LEAN, BRlCtif iSfOCK
and get our prices. Its the place for those people who want to
make a dollar go as far as possible. Remember theplace.
New Ulm Minn.
,, Lienhard Bros.
Cash Store New Ulm, Minn.
The wife of Mr. D. Robinson, a promi
nent lumberman of Hartwick, N. Y., was
sick with rheumatism for five months.
In speaking of it, Mr. Robimson says
'•Chamberlain^ Pain Balm is the only
thing that gave her any rest from pain."
For the relief of pain it cannot be beat.
Many very bad cases of rheumatism
have been cured by it. For sale at 5Q
cento per bottle by O. M. Olsen.