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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

5M *Y *'~5» _^—————————— *JNew "Dr pi N 6 0:55 A. N 3 No 4 2:15 P. No 5 No 1.8 12:52 P. No 19 No 20 7:80 P. No 15 Daily except Sunday. Daily except Monday. Vtssth ecrtr^ted without pnla by tlso ata Hired air or aitrons oxide gas. "i U. L. G. DELL, rt 2T) e.Vie Wednesday, January 10, 1895. *7 'TIME CAKD C. & NTwTlTy. East Bound. West Bound, 12:52 9:04 P. 4:35 A. 2:15 P. C. W. H. HEIDEMAN. Agent. (JR. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON: Female Diseases a Speoialty. Offioo in W. Boescii's Sew'Briak Block. &VW Uiiii, Minn A. MARDEN, MESIDENT DENTIST. 0Si«e. Oorncr Mumasot* and iat II. Stre«t NKYV *?IJ4, MINN. Ttesi£oiit Dentist-. Ci1en in the Mciidian Block. E W ULM, MINN. To^ih extracted Vfitliout pain by t'l*» p.r«st *»rproved methods. V)R. 1IMIL MUKLLEli Calls either in the voity or countrjr promptly and satisfactorily attended to Oiilce in the Ma/*a.tncs .Ulock, Scconfl Floor. "SEW ULM MINSt J)R. A. KOEHML, Jsto^'ii'iar?/ Surgeon. "I1 avinc: treated sick animals for yeaca...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

.'*# I BRUN'S^"^-injected-#"*_*'y.*°-th«««-•' those diseasesof theGeiuto-Urinary gans, toquires no change of dvi nameoas, mercurial or poisonous Jcinesta be taken internally. \li A8 A PREVENT ay either iex It la impossibletoctiit any Teneraal disease bat in the those already U«ro«T(r»»T«L* Art with Gonorrhea* and Gleet, war tee a eats. Priceby mail, postal 1 box, or betes far & &]sn Druggist. New Ulm. New Harness Shop! I will keep on hand a complete assort ment of light and heavy ROBES, WHIPS, COLLARS, SADDLES, •HARNESSES. and everything that pertaiDS to the sadd lery business. Fine custom work a specialty. I in vite an inspection of my goods from the public. JOHN KRETSCH Jr. Minnesota Street. New Ulm The Modal handles nothing but the purest DRUGS and MEDICINES. A full stock of E E S O I E A I E S S O A S S Vn"i and S O O S I E S Standard A I N S & 0 1 S A N I S E S S E S and (xLASfe. For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigars. 0. M. OLSON, Mardian Block Ne Ulm. Minn...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

tffflBB "-.V "s ","' "li"'\"\''\'^'J'-•" ?VcvY-* CHAPTER OPENING OF A CAMPAIGN. The Army of the Cumberland is awakening. For months its 80 miles of torpid length have been marked by clusters of white tents like the rings of a gigantic anaconda. But now there is an arousing from its long period of lethargy. The tents are being struck, the men are stuffing knapsacks, rolling blankets or swallowing from tin cups a last draft of invigorating ooffee. Wagons are being loaded with all kinds of oamp equipage tents, oamp cots, cooking utensils, the pine tables and army desks of the staff departments. Here orderlies are holding horses, waiting their riders, and there men are strapping blankets or ponchos behind saddles or cramming bacon and "hardtack" into haversacks, while strikers empty the contents of the demijohn into canteens. Eaoh regiment as soon as formed moves out into the road, the whole taking up the line of march by brigades and divisions. It is the right or head of the monster th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

Burning Pain Erysipelas In Face and Rye* Inflammation Subdued and Tor tures Ended by Hood's. MI am so glad to be relieved ofmy tortorei that I am willing to tell the benefits I have de rived from Hood's Sarsaparllla. In April and May, I was afflicted with erysipelas In my face an4 eyes, which spread to my throat and neck. I tried divers ointments and alteratives, but there was no permanent abatement of the burn tog, torturing pain, peculiar to this complaint rSegan to take Hood's Sarsaparllla and Felt Marked Relief before I had finished the first bottle. I eon* tinned to Improve until, when I had taken foot HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES bottles, I was oompletely cured, and felt thatall signs, marks and symptoms of that dire eom- Sialnt had forever vanished." Mas. S. £. WAWI, HiUsboro, Wisconsin. Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet easy In action. Sold by all druggists. 25c. ir^e Millinery The ladies of New Ulm should bear in mind that we lead in millinery goods of all kinds. HATS...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

-S8H5 Confcinte I from page 4. enemy. He felt naraspioion as to-Mias Baggs carrying information. Being on the flank of the army, she would not be likely to have much information to carry. The country people were con stantly passing between the lines, and considering their harrowing exouses no one except with a heart of stone could well prevent them "What's in the box ye have with ye?" asked Batigan, looking at a square little box on the seat beside her. It had been covered with a shawl, which had fallen from over it, exposing it to view. "Thet? Thet's a philosophy machine. You see, my friend, Sal Glassick, she knows a neap o' things She's trym ter beat some on 'em inter my*pore noddla Reckon she won't hev no easy time." "What branch does Bhepeach ye with that?" "Waal, you see, mother, she's sufferin with palsy, and this hyar box is a—waal, Sal, she calls it a gal—gal"— "Galvanic battery?" "Thet's it. Yon hit it right thar. A galvanic battery. We nns 're goin ter try 't on mother. Lo...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

?a^ MV—Jl Thos£ Pimples Are tell-tale symptoms that your blood is «o£ right—full of impurities, causing a sluggish and unsightly complexion. .4 /'etc bottles of 8. 8. 8. wilt remove I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. v^o Dated Dec. 31st. 1891. 1 JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Plaintiffs Attorney New Ulm. Minn. NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS. State of Minnesota, County of Brown ss. District Court, Ninth Judicial District. William Pfaender, Plaintiff. VS Adolph Enshr., the unknown heirs of said Adolph Knslin, ami also all o'herper or parties unknown, claiming au ritfht,title, estate, lion or interest in the y'real estate, described in the complaint herein.— Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that an action has been co ntneiiced in this Court by the above named Plaintiff against the above named Defendants for the purpose of determining any adverse claim, I estate, lien or interest in and to the real estate hereinafter and in the complaint herein described, claimed I by said defendants, or either of them, 4...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 16 January 1895

is- tc jam fl$ dive f. j- Now is the time t* bay your Sleighs and Cutters. Klosserand Mueller are the dealers to buy of, for they will give y«u the best prices and the best goods, They also give bargains in and all kinds ofFARM MACHINERY Klossner & Mueller. jSe W Goods. We are now located in our new stand and are prepared to show the people an entirely new stock »f goods, including We now handle the 'RED CROSS Cooking Stove. It is undoubtedly the best in the market. Also skates at the lowest poiccs. EVERY FARMER W O RAISESJHQGS "SHOULD USEV DR JOS. HA/tS' HOS POWDER, Grity Drlig Store. MSSiVHfU a pointer. etc. It Keep$ W.A.Hubbard. John Larson SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE. DO YOU EAT BREAD? ughton Wapns & Buggies, Carriages Sleighs a S in W a .ine of Fuller & Johnson Mfg. Co. goods such as Mowers, Bakes, Plows ett. & Taylor & Minneapolis Engines & Separators, Hubet tnqines m: l!".g Twine,Mactime Oils,Pimps, Hay tools. In fact anything and everything yon may wani ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

Our Own Larry Kennedy. The Northwestern Miller of last week adorns its front page with a fine half tone engraving of H. S. Kennedy, form erly of this city, and on another page devotes a column to him in the follow ing complimentary write-up: H.S. Kennedy, more commonly known as "Larry" Kennedy, owes his nick-name to the Northwestern Miller, and his pop ulajity to his own unvarying good-nat ure and love of fun. He is, as most men in the Northwest know, the ubiqui tous secretary of the Southern Minnesota Millers' Association, one of the few live millers' organizations in America. *'Lar ly" when first we were acquainted, was secretary and head pusher not only for tHe Southern Minnesota association, but for that most ambitious, but ill-fated or ganization of millers known as the "Dark Lantern" association. It was through no fault of the lestless Larry that this gigantic undeitaking tell ttuough itself. Mi. Kennedy was known as the "Keeper of the Daik Lantern" and discharged his duties w...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

styft"^ I N ge«K crix9 tv***? Wednesday,.January 23, 1895. TIME CARD 0. & N. W. R'y. East Boimd. West Bound, No 0 6 .55 A. N 3 No 5 No 19 No 13 No 4 2:15 §No 18 12:52 i'. No 20 7 :30 r. Daily except Sunday. 12:52 r. 9 :04 p. 4:85 A. 2:15 P. P. Daily except Monday. C. W. II. HEIDEMAN. Agent Qd L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON: Female Diseases a Speoialty. Offioe in W. Boesch's Sew'Briok Blocl* Sew Ulm, Minn f)R. A. MARDEN, RES ID RX DEN TIST. CSiee, Ooraor Minnesota and lai H. Street KKW ULM, MINK. •'-sth es:-\.ctffd wlthont pain by the nsa «t used air or nnrous oxide gas. 1 jll. L- G. BELL, Resident Dentist. OfHow in ihe Meridian Block. rr r, MIMT, T-itii tmraeted v*ithout pain by fib* at«*t approved methods. .— .- })R. EMIL MUELLER ii Veterinary S^eofi £)elrtU£. Cilia either in the ity or county promptly and satisfactorily attended fen. oiaoe in the 5Ia«OTil6 -block, Sccoaal Floor, •SEW ULM MINX JJLL. A. KOEiliNL, Veterinary Surgeon. ITavinif treated sick animals for yo^to...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

LE BRIM'Sthcee«InjectesdoBtbeUecito-Urnue?-. TO BEX. This r~ being directly to tir ,«, disease gsns, requires no change of *.s--S\ nanseoas, xnexcari&l or poisonous RJ tenses to be taken internally. T» used GIG A3 A PREVEMTlVr ay eilhersex it is impossibletoeoaU any venereal disease hut in tbe-cas' thosealreadyUssomnuTM.Y »mii with Gonorrhoeaand Gleet, WO?..J« tea a ears. Price by mail, postage na- bos, «e• beaaafee fi- M. #ls«a Bruggist. New Ulm. New Harness Shop! I will keep on hand a complete assort ment of light and heavy ROBES, WHIPS, COLLARS, SADDLES, HARNESSES. and everything that pertains to the sadd lery business. Fine custom work a specialty. 1 in vite an inspection of my goods from the public. JOHN KRETSCH Jr. Minnesota Street New Ulm The Modal handles nothing but the purest DRUGS and MEDICINES. A full stock of E ES O I E A I E S S O A S A S S S A I O N E and SCHOO S I E S Standard A I N S & OILS, A N I S E S S E S and For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigar...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

i.'i 1 T-„T^'1-:^ ffnreab me from saying 'onten' for 'out jof.' It seems she hasn't quite done it iyet." She spoke the last words with a sigh. "Lordy, Sonri, y' talk like a fine lady jsompared 'ith what y' did afore y' went tnoHfi. Jake, would y' like ter drive I'enrf" *. "fceckon." t, The father handed the reiflS to his son, who, considering that he had not driven a horse for a year, handled them iwith considerable skill. "How did you leave ma?" asked the (daughter. "Waal, y'r maw she war a heap lone some 'thout y' una, and she's been a worritin fo' fear y'd git siok up thar 'ith no one ter tend ter y', but sence the time fo' y'r oomin hum hez drawed nigh she's puckered up pretty peart." The boom of a gun came faintly from far down on the lower level, and the cannonading heard by Corporal Ratigan and his charge began. Taking up the whip, the countryman gave his horses a cut. "I want ter make hum afore somep'n (happens. Thar's goin ter be a big fight 'bout Tullyhoomy. Thar's forts a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

Benjamin, Missouri. Good Advice Quickly Followed Cured of Rheumatism by Hoot's Sarsaparilla. I Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "IwMtaken down with rheumatism ovwr a jrwur ago. I was sick for over six months. Often I would hava such pains that I could hardly endure them. A friend came to me and adrtaed me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I took him at his word and got a bottle of it, and since hare taken eight bottles of it. It Has Cur*d NU *Waen the doctors could do me no good what ever. After being benefited so much from this medicine I describe Hood's Sarsaparilla as a wonderful medicine. I also advise every one who troubled with rheumatism notto be with HoodV?Cures- •at Hood's Sarsaparilla. I am a fanner, and the medicine has given me much energy and strength to perform my work." GEORGS W. XCXET, Benjamin, Missouri. Pills are hand made, and perfect la proportion and appearance. 25c. a box. YTiiQe Millinery The ladies of New Ulm should hear in mind that we lead in millinery goods ol all...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

?V :& $$uli ContiQued from page 4. glassed, "^PSfc TETioETSHeTl. "S3S Bat?"""a woman three or four years older than herself, the beauty of her head and neok contrasting with the homeliness of her costume. Miss Baggs noticed Souri's surprise, and going up to her took both her hands and kissed her cheek. "You sweet child," she said feeling ly, "you can't get over my appearance when you met me on the road this morning, can you? What a fright must I have seemed to you! I don't care for those Yankee officers, but bless your innocent heart I can't bear to have shocked you.'' Souri did not reply in words, but she looked at Miss Baggs admiringly. "Don't think hard of me," the latter went on, drawing Souri aside and mo tioning the rest to go on into the dining room. "I do only what I believe to be a duty, for you must suspect that I keep a secret. You could not play a part be neath you, child. You" are too loving, too innocent, and you wonder how any other woman can." "I did once." "When...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

Good Blood v, 1 1 IS ESSENTI TO HEALTH.? cannot hope to bevel] if your BLOOD IS IMPURE. If you are troubled withJ BOILS, ULCERS OR PIMPLES, SORES Jyour blood is bad. A few bottles of S. S. S- will^ ^thoroughly cleanse the system, remove all im-^ vSpurities and build you up. All manner of Mem* "kishes are Sj CLEARED AWAY (Sby its use. It is the best blood remedy on earth.K ^Thousands who have used it say so. 6 "My blood was badly poisoned last year, which got myj« system out of order—diseased and a constant source«j f!whole 'of suffering- no appetite, no enjoyment of life. Two bottles* I W brought me right out. There is no better* I remedy for blood diseases-. W for moon aisc«ac JOHN GAVIN. Dayton. Ohio [(Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. S W I SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta,Ga. SUMMONS. S a in so a of is Court N in a is W am a Plaintiff S JLdalph E in he of a id A in a a so all persoMS a a in a it a or in in he real a in he a in in i, a S a of in a to a a a a a of are by a to ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 23 January 1895

'Wr.'Wl I Le a $ give yoc a Pointer. Now is the time to bay your Sleighs and Cutters. Klosser and Mueller are the dealers to buy of, for they will give you the best prices and the best goods. They also give bargain in and all kinds ofFARM MACHINERY Klossner & Mueller. jSe W Goods. We are now located in our new stand and are prepared to show the people an entirely new stock goods, including COOKING- UTENSILS, -etc. We now handle the RED CROSS Cooking Stove. It is undoubtedly the best in the market. Also skates at the lowest pokes. J. £. ^rrjof EVERY FARMER W O RAISES|HOGS SHOUL USEV DR- JOS.tfA/*S' HO POWDER, (5ity Drlig Store. DO YOU EAT BREAD? It KeeH W.A.Hubbard. John Larson ughtonWapns & Buggies, Carriages, Sleighs and Spring-Wagons, sJS^fiSLY, dSfijtfioK & Pi^Ko £iXf)$5f$ & M0W^f$ .ine of Fuller & Johnson Mfg. Co. goods such as Mowej*, Rakes, PUWB etb & Taylor & Minneapolis Engines & Separators, Huber tnqines mnding Twine,Macnine Oils, Purap9, Hay...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 30 January 1895

The Local News of the Week. Miss Grace Newhart ia quite sick. Robert Muhs is here from Spokane Palls on a visit. Miss Lottie Schneider has gone to Mankato to remain. Tom McCarthy now has charge ot the railroad yards at this place. Henry Klossner is over from Winthrop? the guest of his brother Jacob. P. R. McHale, the operator, is suffer ing from an attack of the grippe. Henry Winkelmann went to Redwood Palls ©n business Monday afternoon. Geo, Graff has been elected one of the vice-presidents of the Northwestern Re tail Mercantile Association. Louis Bushard has returned from Cal ifornia. He brought with him flattering reports of the section he visited. The G. A. R. post and Sons of Vetei ans will enjoy a Camp Fire at Turner Hall on the evening of the 17th. Judge Webber is confined to his home •with sickness this week, and is altogeth er unable to attend to his official duties. Mr. John Hauenstein left for Florida Friday evening. His daughter, Mrs. Fred Behnke, joined him at Chicago y...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 30 January 1895

)Il. L, G. BELL, |)R. O HIRSCH, e-Vie Wednesday, January 30, 1895. TIME CARD O. & N. W. R'y. East Bound. West Bound, 12:52 p. 9:04 p. 4:35 No 6 6 :55 A. No 3 No 4 2:15 P. No 5 No IS 12:52 P. A. No 19 §No 20 7:30 2:15 P. P. NO 15 §?Daily except Sunday. Daily except Monday. C. W. H. HEIDEMAN, Agent £)B. L. A. FRITSCHE, PJHYSICIAJV AND SURGEON: Female Diseases a Speoialty. Sffioe in W. Boesch'8 ftew'JMok Blool* Sew Ulm, Mina J)R. A. HARDEN, KMSIDENT DET7TI8T. Office. Cornor Minaaaota and lai. H. Stree* NEW GLM, M1N*. Vwth ojsr.^f.tod without pais by the use ,•( it lized air or nitrous oxide gas. Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block. r.EW ULM, MIHH, Teeth extracted without pain by Wm Rto«t approved methods. £)R. EMIL MUELLER Veterinary giircjeoti f)efilitf. Calls either in the \ity or counter promptly and satisfactory attended t». Office in the Masonic" block, SccoaSj Floor. KEW ULM Mimr, J)R. A. KOEIIM., Veterinary Surgeon, Having treated sick animals for I cau conscienti...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 30 January 1895

I FO* StniXR KRX. Th» I N S 0 -lnJected directly to the nc. those diBe»»J3ofvbeGenito-Unnarj gam, requires no change of diet nanuons, mercurial or poisonous:.', icinesto be taken internally. Si-. used A 8 A E E N I E of either sex It is impossible tocootr-r any venereal disease but in the cue those already TJSHWTOSATBIT kmuxn with Gonorrhoea and Gleet, we guaruu THI*ea*ou». Price by mail. Ppstsgops SL •k«a Braggist. New Wlm. New Harness Shop! I will keep on hand a complete assort ment of light and heavy ROBES, WHIPS, COLLARS, SADDLES, HARNESSES. and everything that pertains to the sadd lery business. Fine custsm work a specialty. I i» Tite an inspection of my goods from the public. JOHN KKETSCM Jr. Minnesota Street. New U1B» Till Modal handles »othi»g bmt tkc purest DRUGS and MEDICINES. A full stock of PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES, SOAPS. STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Standard PAINTS & OILS* VARNISHES,! BRUSHES and GLASS. For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigars. 0. OLSON, ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 30 January 1895

f|N M.I 4 »£*?k C» SBF* Jitta Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prof Wednesday January 30, 1895. How To Elect Hon. Wm. Henry Eustis of Minneapolis Gives His Ideas to the Beview. He Believes in a TJ. S. Senate, but not in the Method of Election. The Constitutional Change Cannot Made Too Quick, he Says- A Brilliant Article Which Bead. As to your spcond question, "How should the members of the Senate be elected?" Experience has not demon strated that the original and present plan has been a marked success. The criti cism has been made that the United States Senate is a millionaire's club. To some extent the criticism is true, and the causes therefor go back to the election of representatives in State legislatures. These elections are attended with more or less expense, and the practice has grown up of compelling candidates to the U. S. Senate to assist in the election of members to the State legislature. To do this, and to do it effectively, requires that none but rich men should be ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 30 January 1895

LiUie May Bentley Born a Genius Disease Threatens to Cut 8hort a Noble Career But Hood's Sarsaparilla Restore* Good Health. Ullto May Bentley is an accomplished elocn ttoniit and natural born speaker of only 12years °f age. She is the only child temperance loot orer before the public. Her genius, howeTer, did aot exempt her from an attack of a disease of the blood. Herownwords best tellthestory: a I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass.: I heartily Join with the many thousands that are recommending Hood's Sarsaparilla. I had £f?*Jj2nl\led from ,n,*nST with gatherings in the head. 1 was compelled to leave school upon the doctor's adviee. lie thought it was theonly thing to save my life, but I w—uwiuuy Continued to Crow Worse. I was persuadedfinallyby a friead totryHood' Sarsaparilla. The use of one bottle acted Hood's^Cures feetlTely upon the blood and I begantoimprove. After the use of three bottles the gathering eeased and I am cured of my former trouble. I owe my life and will always remain...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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