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You Will Be Happy if Well.
Paine's Celery Compound Bestows that Health and Vigor that Makes Liv- ing a Pleasure. If you are sick and out-of-sorts, it is in your power to make yourself healthy, strong, and happy. There is not the slightest reason why you should go through life feeling sickly, miserable, languid, and melancholic. To be well and strong, means happiness and true joy. If you are sleepless, rheumatic, neuralgic, dyspeptic, or have the shadows of disease hovering over you if you are not as bright, energetic, and strong as you were some weeks ago, the use of Paine's Celery Compound will tone up and fortify your whole system, cleanse the blood, correct digestion, sharpen the appetite, and conduce to restful sleep. Thous ands once in a half-dead condition owe their yesterday. present good health to the use of Paine's Celery Compound. Mr. Wm. S. Gibson, of Pleasureville, Ky., who, through sickness and suffering, was brought near the dark grave, writes as follows, regarding his marvelous cure:— I have been broken down in health and strength, nervous system shattered, kidneys out of order, had nervous and trembling spells off and on for the last ten years. I have taken three bottles of your Paine's Celery Compound and all of the above-mentioned troubles have left me, and I can now do a good day's work. I go about my business all day long and it don't worry me, and I now feel better than I have in ten years. I have a good appetite, and can eat and get around on foot as active as when I was a boy. My age is 65 years." Color Jackets, Coats, Capes, Ribbons, Neckties, Waists*** Stockings will not fade or crock when dyed with Diamond Dyes. Direction book and 4 5 dyed samples free. DIAMOND E S Burlington, Vt E Wood & Go. 8 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, 310 Board of Trade, Duluth. Grair^, Stocks, Provisions, bought and sold in all markets for cash or on reasonable margins. Members of all Principal Exchanges, PRIVATE WIRES. Write for our daily market letter and private telegraph cipher mailed 3e. Ship Your Gratia t? *Us. Best facilities, liberal advances, prompt returns. BOESCH BLOCK, N E W ULM. Telephone 197. Modern improvements in the manufac ture of shoes have cut the cost in two. Ten years ago, five times rive dollars would not have bought such shoes as we are now selling for $3.00, We have high priced shoes to sell, but you won't wear so many of them if you carefully examine our Crossett $3 shoe. Come aud see about it. Li fti Rips repaired free of charge. Patriotic Citizens Take Notice. It is desired that all places of busi ness and as many private residences as possible be decorated for the Fourth of July. All organizations and others desiring to participate in the parade notify Brigadier General Joseph Bob leter. E COMMITTEE. COOK WANTED. Good cook wanted at once. Address Grand Hotel, New Ulm. Minnesota. Pianos at Wholesale. Don't pay fancy prices to agents for a piano, but write to Williams Bros., St. Louis, Mo., the manufacturers, or to B. Gruenenfelder, New Ulm, 614 N. Broad way, where ycu get circulars and prices and where you also have a chance to see and hear those beautiful instruments. Guaranteed for ten years. ?&&£ mnnniniHiiiiniinmn LOCAL NEWS. a piiiiimmimimuiiuiiiiiiiinmimmHmmiiiiiiiimtiHimffl White House 5c Cigar. For sale, by all dealers. Youug boy or girl wauted at Harriet Schmidt. Adolph Meile made a business trip to Renville county Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto befell spent Sunday at Coney Island, Wucouia. Dr. E. W. Gag and Miss Rose M.For ster will be married in this city on July 7th. Geo. Huelskampand wife of Winthrop, were the guests of friends near the city Sunday. Andrew Hummel of Minneapolis, was here several days last ween visiting with relatives. Mrs. I. M. Olsen and sister Miss Mabel McBain of Sleepy Eye, visited iu the city Rev. R. Heidemann and family of Ar lington, are being entertained at the home of E. G. Koch. Dr. E. W. Gag called upon relatives here Thursday, returning to Wabasso a Prof. J. Schaller occupied the pulpit in the German Lutheran church at Red wood Falls Sunday. Miss Lucy Crocker went to Minne apolis Monday to enter trie summer scliool iu that city. J. N. Tread well of St. Peter, visited last week at the home of his daughter Mrs. H. L. Beecher. Herbert Hubbard has entered the em ploy of the Chicago & Northwestern as a freight brakemau. E. E- Gieseke and bride of Sleepy Eye, were iu the city Saturday evening on their return from their wedding trip. A. C. Johnson of Winona, general agent of the Northwestern road, was here on business for a short time Saturday. Miss Iua Wismer of Toronto, Oatario' was here several days last week as the guest cf her uncle, Dr. O. C. Strickler. Adam Wease and Miss Augusta S. Holm, both of Comfrey, were married here last Tuesday by Rev. S. G. Updyke. Albert Stamin arrived from St. Paul Monday evening for an extended visit with his grandfather, Col. Wm. Pfaender. Mrs. Jacob Palmer and children and Mrs. Carl Theile of Fairfax, visited Sat urday and Sunday with New Ulm rela tives. The Misses Clara and Emma Friton went to Sleepy Eye yesterday to attend a picnic given by the District Epworth League. Henry Trick, foimtrly of this place but now located in Echo, was in New Ulm for a short time Thursday while on his way to St. James. Dr. L. A. Gebhardt journied to Janes ville Saturday afternoon and spent Sun day at delightful Lake Francis with a party of friends. U. H. Hornburg and wife of New Ulm, parents of Mrs. W. Mahler of this city, spent Sunday with their daughter. —Redwood Gazette. The young ladies and gentlemen be longing to the Happy Circle society at Turner Hall held a delightful picnic at the Alwin farm Sunday. John Nagel is now working as a line man lor the Chicago & Northwestern. He i9 connected with a crew which has its headquarters at Mankato. Immediately after the parade on July 4th the Turnverein will have a basket picnic at Hunters' Rest. Special prepar ations are being made for the outing. Mrs. Helen Neumann of Sleepy Eye, spent Sunday in this city with her child ren. Next week they will go tolvauhoe for a visit with Geo. Graff and family. The Misses Lily Juui and Alice Pfef ferle of this place, and Miss Ina Wismer of Toronto, Ont., went to Mankato Mon day morning to enter the summer school. Dr. Andrew J. Kaes of this city, who graduated this spring from the medical department of the University of Minne sota, has opened an office at Ortonville Minn. If you have not the time to look after your property, we will do it for you, at tending to rent collections and repairs. Minnesota Real Estate Bureau. Bobleter & Vogel. Chas. Stuebe, Sr., returned from his southern trip last Thursday morning. He was absent Dearly two months and travelled extensively through Texas and New Mexico. Attorney C. A. Hagberg tried an im portant case before the Sibley county district court at Henderson Saturday. He was associated with Attorney Huebner of Winthrop. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Eupher of this city, went to Rochester Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of their daughter, Sister Regina, who died in the consent there Thursday. Best Ice Cream Soda and Cream at the Weneeda Bakery, F. W. EIBNKR, Prop Wm. Kastner was arrested Monday night by Officer Jos. Weisenborn for fast driving. Yesterday morniug he was ar raigned before Judge Heuniugseu and assessed $5 and costs. Francis Critchett was operated upon in Minneapolis last Tuesday for throat trouble For several days his condition was quite serious but he is now on the way to a nice recovery. C. D. Griffith, the well known Sleepy Eye banker, is to deliver an address at the annual convention of the Minnesota State Bankers' association, to be held in St. Paul July 7th and 8th. In the absence of the pastor, thp Chris tian Endeavor society will take charge of the services in the Congregational church. Soug service will commence at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. Rev. S. G. Updyke goes to Marshall next Sunday to participate in the exer cises at the dedication of the new Con gregational church in that city. He will preach at the evening services. We are informed that Miss IdaMcCabe will give up teaching music in New Ulm. She intends going to Chicago to enter one of the large conservatories, the better to fit heiself for her profession. Mrs. A. H. bchaak of Hopkins, arrived here last Wednesday for a visit with her parents and other relatives in this city and Cottonwood township. She will not return home until after the Fourth. Einar Hoidale, county attorney of Brown county, and Tudge Advocate on the staff of General Bobleter, was in the city last Monday on legal business. The general bears his honors well.—St. Peter Herald. Pay's Chocolates are delicious. The name "Pay" guarantees quality* Attorney E. H. Huebner of Winthrop, who studied law in this city and who is well known here, will be married to morrow in Minneaoolis. His bride will be Miss Anna Campbell, daughter of the late Capt. Campbell. Prof. E. T. Critchett returned from Minneapolis Friday evening and left Saturday for Windom, to make arrange ments for holding the six weeks' term ol the Cottonwood county summer school, which opened yesterday. Miss Nellie Dille, who has been em ployed as a trimmer by Mrs. B. Follmann, left Fiiday for her home at Huntington, Ind. Miss Eva Consadine, with Eder & Thomas, will go to her home at Monroe, Wis., next Wednesday. The evidence against Jos. M. Schiller of Sleepy Eye, was considered insufficient and the grand jury tailed to indict him upon the charge of non-support. The jurors completed their labors and were discharged Wednesday. After the ball game Sunday the players were able to turn over to the public library th#sum of $8.10. For this the directors desire to express their thanks and the Review would suggest that moie ball games would be in order. At a special meeting of the council last week $50 was appropriated toward defraying the expenses of the Fourth of July celt bration to be given here and it was voted to joia the Municipal and Commercial League of Minnesota. An invitation has been extended to Andrew J. Eckstein of this city, to read a paper before the annual convention of the American Pharmaceutial association. The meeting will be held at Mackinac Island, Mich., and will ope% on August 8th. Dr. Cecil F. Yates of St. James, will be married tomorrow to Miss Enda M. Cone of Windom, at the bride's home. Dr. Yates was reared in New Ulm and has many friends here who will wish him and his bride great happiness and pros perity. Janitor Henry Rolwes received many compliments from court visitors last week upon the excellent appearance of the lawn and building. Janitor Rolwes is a conscientious employe and keeps the court bouse premises in the pink of con dition. Paul Voss and family of Echo, visited with New Ulm relatives several days last week. It seems that Mr. Voss was not injured in his mill as reported re cently in the Minneapolis papers, but narrowly escaped being caught in the machinery. SH Wm. Huevelmann has sold the heavy team which he has been using on his sprinkler to Wm. Schuemann, who will move to Norwood, in a short time and start a dray line. To replace them Mr. Huevelmann has bought a team of black Percherons. ...^ Joseph Galles goes to St. Paul and Minneapolis today to arrange for the Sons of Hermann excursion. He will set the date early in July and will endeavor to have the excursionists leave the Twin Cities Saturday noon, to spend Sunday in New Ulm. .,•*•**jr ^?^r -F3s*r g&SlLss iU&s 5"-'"' C. H. Dirks made a business trip to Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. E. J. Bobleter "leaves tomorrow for a month's visit with Minneapolis rela tives. --,.,,.W.r_ Franz Preisinger was "fined $10 and costs, amounting to 13.95, by Judge Henningsen Thursday for being drunk and disorderly. Albert P. Boock and Miss Emma Ruemke will be married tomorrow after noon. The nuptials will be-celebrated in the Lutheran church at 5 o'clock. Miss Clara Mohr, John and Loirs Mohr of Appleton, Wis accompanied the remains of their sister, Lillian, to New Ulm Saturday. Thos..Collins will not woik for the Northwestern road. When he made np plication at Waseca for the position of fireman he was rejected because he was uuder age. The jwint summer school for Blue Earth, Brown, Nicollet and Watonwan counties opened in Mankato Monday. Quite a number of teachers from this county are in attendance. President Marvin Hughitt, of the Northwestern system, passed through New Ulm Saturday morning in his spec ial train. He was making a tour of in spection of the road. Tomorrow the Epworth League socie ties of New Ulm, Fairfax, West Newton and and Cairo will hold a picnic in Rieke's grove at West Newton. A large crowd is expected and a good time antic ipated. Four New Ulm boys, Wm. Schneider, Archie Alwin, August Hellmann and Hugo Huhn, went to Minneapolis last week to obtain work. A letter which h^s since been received states that Hell mann met with an accident and dislocat ed his right arm. New Ulm gets the next state meeting of the federation of labor and Le Sueur the next firemen's convention. Here's success to both, for the delegations couldn't have chosen more hospitable places than New Ulm and Le Sueur.— St. Peter Herald. An effort was made by the St. Louis road to secure the Second Regiment'band as one of the attractions at the Modern Woodmen picnic, to be held today at Storm Lake, la. The inducements of fered were not tempting, however, and the local musicians declined with thanks. *. Best Ice Cream Soda and Ice Cream at the Weneeda Bakery, F. W. EIBNER, Prop. Harriet Schmidt is now located in her new quarters in the Henle building, which is splendidly adapted for her need?. She has arranged her reception room very tastefully and has a large, brightly lighted operating room. All things con sidered the new building makes an ideal studio. H. Hardenorf, a representative of the Smith Premier Typewriter company who had made frequent trips to New Ulm, died at Vermilion, S. D., last week of consumption. He was in a physician's office obtafning treatment and a sudden hemorrhage killed him. He leaves a wife in St. Paul. Wm. J. Herrian and Miss Marie Schnei der were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seiter by Justice E«-nst Brandt last Thursday, leaving immediately after, the ceremony for a wedding trip to Lake Minuetonka, Duluth and other points They will be at home after July 1st at Garden and Sixteenth South streets. Wm. E. Koch was appointed last week as trustee in bankruptcy for Ciias. Fors ter, Jr. The latter has been oidered to submit a statement of his assets and liabilities to Referee Flittee on June 29th. Chas. Baltrusch, Sr., and Chas. Baltrusch, Jr., have been ordered to ex plain their actions m" connection with the famous sale. --V«zl, Near the Northwestern freight, cepot la9t Wednesday there was an odd occur rence. A horse belonging to a'farmer residing near the city was tied near the building and when the afternoon train pulled in he became frightened and ran away, colliding with a telephone pole on Third South street. Although uninjured, the horse was brought to an abrupt stop, but the force of the impact was so great that the telephone pole snapped off a short distance below the wires. •i- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mncous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a_ rumbling sound orimperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tub# restored to its normal condition, hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces: We will iriven One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. •v •v ..,„_, Geo W. Somerville and I. M. Olsen, who are attending the June term of court, spent dunday with their families at Sleepy Eye. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. sp*ggt tu fr*n a trp $ *y W BWMI, «*.+.. &*$£ flC Cream and Soda Waterf alvV&ys on dr^ugh-t: Cigars and Confectionery. S IC E CREAn WHOLESALED RETAIL. Tke rtvxst delicious ICE CREAM SOD/i •serVec) at our fourvtairx. WD. EIBNER, PROP. T. O. Block. f%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%*/%*» H. BEHNKE. 3* We have a fine line of canned meats and fish which we always keep on ice. Fresh fruits and vegetables always to be had. We have the exclusive agency for Chase & Sanborn's coffees and teas. Our line of Crockery and Glassware is better than ever. We just received a nice assortment of Souvenir Goods, which we will be pleased to show you. ^—s- F. BEHNSE. PHONE 72. IS North Minn. St. & FREE FARM OF 160 ACRES IN THE FAMOUS SASKATCHEWAN VALLEY OF To the Renter, the Farmers' Sons, the Poor Man, this is a chance of a life time to secure a GOOD FARM ABSOLUTELY FREE in a country where WHEAT IS ICING and crop failures are unknown. Stop Working For Some One Else! BE INDEPENDENT and OWN YOUR OWN FARM DON'T WAIT! THESE FARMS WILL BETAKEN UP IT- FAST WRITE NOW. We furnish Free Liveries and Experienced Men to show the lands and locate you. \Ky We have a colonization arrangement with the Canadian Government to locate a limited number of settlers on our lands,and as soon as this contract is completed This Offer trill be Withdrawn, Remember, von have nothing to pay excepting-a home steader's fee of $10.00, which is paid to the Government of Canada. You do not pay ns a penny. Reduced Railway Rates any day. Write us for full in b\ formation, Maps and Descriptive matter. 305 Jackson St.. ST. PAUL, MINN. NOTK*—This Companxand its proposition ha. the hearty endorsement of this paper.—En. .-qfcSBBS W% 'fit •rQ Ali[D F. W. EIBNER, PROP. 5 W w*a xki S"M