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Elegan assortment of ladies' jackets,
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variety in dress trimmings in all styles
and colors. The millinery department
under the management of Miss Emma
Hummel, contains all the novelties of
the season A full line of ladies' and
children's fall and winter hats and
children's hoods also a fine line of
black and colored tips and*fancy feath
ers. Stock is entirely new and all work
guaranteed farst class.
Stamping done to order
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O DM STONE S&LE.
Ine New Dim Stone Co is ready to
sell building stones at the Quarrv.
For prices inquire ot Pfenninger, W.
Boesch, A Schell, or Chas Stolzenberg
NOTICE —The use of land for past
urmsr or cutting of wood or quarrying
and hauling of stone is not allowed un
less by a written permit from the com
pany N E W ULM STONE CO
JOi SCHNOBRICH, Prop'r.,
Loiner Mini?. & Centie Str., New Ulm.
A laisje supply of fresh meats, sau
sage, ims, lard, etc constantly on
hana Highest maiket price paid for
cattle, Hogs, Hides, ool, etc. All
orders fiom the country promptly at
Contractor and Builder.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Estimates on buildings 01 on materi
al and labor move especially on mason
work, furnished on application. Prompt
attention given all work and satisfac
tion guaranteed. The sale ot all kinds
of cement, lime, adamant (a new kind
of hard plaster) and plaster hair a
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Tobacco and Smokers' Articles.
E OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown sa.
In Court, Special Term, October 29th
In the matter of the estate of Thomas Mulrehill
On reading and filing the petition of Mullen
administrator of the estate of Thomas Muhehill
deceased, representing among other things, that
he has fully administered said estate, and oiayfng
that a time and place be fixed for examining ana
allowing the final account of his administration
and for the assignment of the residue of said estate
to the parties entitled thereto by law
It is ordered, that said amount be examined
and petition heard, bythe Judge of this
Court, on Thursday the 26th day of November
A 1891, at 10 o'clock A. M, at the Probate
Office in satd county.
And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given to all persons interested, by publishing a
cop" of this order once in each week for three suc
cess' re weeks prior to said day of hearing in the
New Ulm Keview,a weekly newspaper, printed
and published at the City of New Ulm in said
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 29th day of
October A. 1891
By the Court,
LL. S.2 4« Judge of Probate.
Dance at Union Hall on the evening
of the 8th.
General Freight Agent Foster was here
Ferdinand Sannwald is employed at
Geo. Galies is learning the barber's
trade at Frank Leibold's.
Congressman Lind was up at Currie
last week on legal business.
Dr. Weschke will leave for California
this week with a portion of his family.
Mis. Albert Behnke and daughter,
Annie,have returned from Minneapolis.
Miss Lena Baltrusch has resigned as
clerk in the store of John F. Neumann.
Geo. Schlumpberger of West Newton
will teach the town of Sigel this win
Jos. Clausen has moved to this city
from Nicollet and will work in the Eagle
Fortunately for the city, Mr. Retzlaft
will make his new building two stories
The West Newton Lyceum will resume
its meetings on Friday evening,Novem
An addition of twenty-five feet will
be built to the Congregational church
Robert Loheyde and wife returned
from their extended pleasure trip Fri
Geo. W. Somerville of Sleepy Eye
had business before the Probate Court
F. Kuesrow, formerly of Sioux City,
has rented the Kaula building in the
south end of town.
Wenzel Zangel oi New Prague frac
tured his arm on Friday. The limb was
set by Dr. Fritsche.
Emil Sternberg and wife of West St.
Paul spent Thursday and Friday as
Dakota House guests
Theo Jappe, the teacher,went to Da
venport last week and returned with
his family to this city. ,-K
Jos. Busch was brought down from
Lamberton last week for twenty days'
lodging in the New Ulm jail.
The mail from the east on Monday
mornings will hereafter arrive on thetion.
8 20 freight instead of at 10.10.
Claus Youngquist of Lafayette was
kicked by a horse last week and is suf
fering from pleuresy as a result.
G. Eberle, of Windom, oae of the
prominent Democratic politicians of
the state, was in the citv over Sunday.
Mrs. A. G. Seiter of Winthrop was
here Thursday and in company with
her mother left for Iowa to visit rela
The wile of Daniel Katz of Fairfax
died on the 31st of chronic bronchitis
and heart troubles. Her remains weie
taken to Chicago for burial.
Edward Neumann, who lives ner the
hospital, has purchased the farm of
Dreger in Dafayette: The considera
tion was $5,000 for 185 acres.
Miss Louisa Haupt has been called
home on account of the sudden death
ot her father,who lives in Grant county,
A farmer in this county told his wife
that she might have all the wheat which
they raised over 18 bushels per acre.
As a result, she gets about $1,000.
The furniture for Henry Crone's new
store arrived Monday and will be
placed at once. He will be ready for
business the latter part of the week.
Herbert Jones of Milford last week
purchased of Iowa parties a handsome
Cleveland Bay at a cost of $1,500. The
horse is perhaps the finest in Brown
Edward Neumann of Linden has sold
his farm to Andrew Peterson of Dako
ta for $3,000. Neumann will remove to
Fairmont with the view of engaging in
Architect Thayer, of Mankato, was
here Monday to arrange for drawing
plans for another fine new building
Mr. Thayer is the designer of the Ma
Arrangements are being made to
have a series of let tures delivered here
during the winter by such divines as
Rey. Smith Baker, Rev.Wayland Hoyt
and Dr. Weils.
Roy. Zeyher, late pastor of tne new
Evangelical church of this city, removed
on Tuesday to Fairmont. It is quite
probable that he wilLbe succeeded by
Rev. Eyrich of Le Sueur.
John Dillon, the renowned comedian,
appears in Redwood Falls on the 5thinvited
and in St. Peter at a later date. Why is
it, that New Ulm cannot catch some of
these first class troupes3
Harkin, the little son of Alexander
Russel of West Newton, died Thursday
morning and was buried in the West
Newton cemetery. He was a bright
little boy, and his death is a severe loss
to the parents.
CoL Bobleter wa3 in Chicagos last
week with Col. Bend and other national
guard officers of this state, arranging
with the world's fair commission for a
grand military parade and review on
the opening day of the Colombia fair.
M. Windmneller and family moed
to Mankato Thursday.
^Albert Seiter went to St. Paul J&on
day afternoon on business,
Henry Neumann, clerk in F, Neu
mann's store, has resigned.
A daughter was born to Mr.and Mrs.
Mathew Schneider on Friday.
Albert Wagner came up from Man
kato last Friday for a goose bnnt.
An effort is being made to hold a ser
ies of club dance3 during the winter.
Rev. Preine of Faribault held services
in the German Methodist church Sun
The home of Jacob Loesch was the
scene of a surprise party on Sunday
Mr. Roberts, an aged resident of
Courtland. died in that village last
Auditor Simpson of Mankato looked
over the affairs of the express office at
this place on Monday.
The Cecilian Society will hereafter
hold its regular meetings on the first
Saturday of each month.
The state inspector of cheese and
molasses attended to the duties of his
office in this city Friday.
Banker Smith of Sleepy Eye was a
caller at the Review office Friday after
noon. He was in the city on business.
Peter Hartmann of Oregon is visiting
with relatiyes in West Newton. This ig
his first visit to this section in nineteen
It will interest many of the old sett
lers here to learn thas Jim Green has
sold the Le Sueur Sentinel to E. F. Bar
rett of "Duluth.
Henry Go9de has sold a portion of
his property across the river and will
move to town. He will occupy the
The barn of Geo. W Somerville in
Sleepy Eye was destroyed by fire Mon*
dav afternoon. Th fire was started by
children playing with matches.
At the state Christian Endeavor Con
vention in Mankato last Saturday, Rev.
F. L. Meske of the city read an earnest
paper in favor of "The Pledge."
A meeting will be neld in Wept New
ton to day to consider the bridge ques
It is expected that West Newton
will give 1,000 to aid the project.
A. Schaeffer of Worthington was in
the city yesterday. Mr. Schaefter is a
leading Democrat in this district, but
says he would rather see Lmd remain
in congress than elect an untried man.
Geo. Reich, formerly of the Review
office, now of the Northwestern Stamp
Works ot St. Paul, visited during the
week with friends in New Ulm. He
was accompanied by his mother and
The old chimney on Hauenstem's
brewery was blown over in the strong
wind of Saturday afternoon and fell
through the roof. One of the employ
ees came very near being killed in the
Last Thurday night Michael Z'ipfer
and Mr. Landstein of Cottonwood lost
nearly 100 loads of hay by fire, the loss
amounting to over $400. It is thought
that the stacks were purposely set on
fare by an enemy ot the owners.
Fue caught in the shavings near the
new Masonic Block Saturday evening,
and with a fierce wind blowing, there
might have been danger of a disastrous
blaze had not Jos. A. Eckstein noticed
the fire and extinguished it in good sea
Court Reporter Eckstein writes from
Beaver Falls that Mrs. Schmidt, who
was confined in the Brown county jail
for some weeks, was indicted by the
grand jury for assault, but that her tri
al will probably be postponed until the
The body of William Thiele was
brought to this city yesterday from
Kansas City, where the young man
died of typhoid fever on Friday. He
was formerly a resident of New Ulm
and lived with the family of H.
Up near Morgan, we are informed,
there are several hundred acres of land
owned by speculators on which hundreds
of tons of hay go to waste every year.
The land could be rented cheaply and
the hay secured at a cost of not over
20 cents an acre.
A. Blanchard and wife have retained
from St. Paul. W
s$ffFred Sommer is employed in tha new
store oi Henry Crone. 1^'V
-/A. N.Faasand T. Kobaarsch have
gone into the plumbing business.
The youngsters, who observed Hal
low'een by throwing stones through
windows and breaking large pains of
glass, ought to be found out and pun
ished. Such tricks as this smack too
much of rowdyism, and should not
The elocutionary enteitainment at the
Congregational church on Monday
evening was well attended and well re
ceiyed. Miss Preston is a good reader
and has an air of freeness on the plat
form that is in her favor. Some of her
seloctions were very fine.
J. M. Hunt, a traveling salesman
who paid regular visits to New Ulm,
was found dead in his bed at the Me-business
tropolitan Hotel in Chicago Saturday
morning with the room full of gas. It
is thought that he had been drugged,
then robbed, and that while in a stupor
he turned on the gas.
It is stated that the Chicago and North
western road has not yet taken their
lady spotters off the trains. The wom
en are not confining their work to the
freight trains, but they are Witching
the passenger conductors as well. It is
said that hardly a train passes over the
line that does not contain one of these
women detectives. Winona Republi
The United States circuit and district
court convened in Mankato yesterday.
Among tne cases on the calendar are
the following of interest here: The Mil
waukee Harvester Co. vs. S. D. Peter
son The United States of America vs.
the Winona & St. Peter Railroad Com
pany Jacob Kohlhase vs. Wm. Giose
ke, F. H. Dyckman and P. Bendixen,
partners in the Sleepy Eye Roller Mill
At a citizen's mass meeting held
Sleepy Eye Saturday evening prepara
tions were made for raising Brown
county's proportionate share of the
world's fair fund. Hon. John Lind,
congressman from the Second district,
and C, W. H. Heidemann, ex-represen
tative from tnis county, were present
It was the wish of all present that
Minnesota's building must and should
rank among the first and best
Sunday night at about 12 o'clock
Geo. Jones, of Milford, arose from his
bed and walked about the room in his
sleep. Upon reaching the head of the
stairs he fell forward, aud when found
was in an unconscious condition. Dr.
Rev. G. M. Eyrich of Le Sueur, who
will probably accept a call from the
German Evangelical congregation 'of
this city, will preach in German in the
Congregational church to-morrow
evening at half-past seven. All arecellence
Geo. Guth of Cottonwood went to
Cincinnati last Tuesday to attend the
funeral of Louis Schaible who wasening
killed in a railway accident. Mr.
Schaible was well known in New Ulm,
and at one time held the bonds, of the
city to the extent of $8,000. 1
The,friends of Mibs Helen George, to
the number of about thirty,gathered at
her home on Saturday evening and en
joyed a "Harvest Party" that afforded
delightful amusment until past mid
night. Games were indulged in, re
freshments were served and a spirit of
jollity held sway over all present. Ml
(First publication OeU 21st I89L)
(Last publication Nov. 18tb, 1891.)
Strickler was summoned and discov- business and afiairs shall be vested in a
ered that the old man's collar bone had
been broken aud that his body was
I badly bruised. He is a neighbor of
Wm. Skinner and is about 60 years of
The Brown County Sunday School
Association at the annual meeting in
Sleepy Eye elected the following officers:
Rev. F. L. Meske, president Alexan
der Ottomeyer, secretary, both of New
Ulm A. C, Von Hagen. of Sleepy Eye,
treasurer Vice presidents: First dis
trict, Mrs. C. H. Ross, New Ulm, Se
cond, Dr. T. M. Marcellus, Sleepy Eye
Third,Noble Allen,Springfield Fourth,
C. Kneland, Lamberton. The next
annual meeting will be held in
On a week from Sunday evening
there will appear at Turner Hall the
celebrated Danz orchestra of Minneapo
lis. It is seldom that so strong an or
ganization as this finds its way to New
Ulm, and our music loving people
should show their appreciation of the
efforts which have secured this unusual
appearance in order to encourage more
of alike nature. The orchestra consists
of 25 pieces and its reputation for ex
is too widely known to require
much advertising or comment here.
Those who go will be afforded a rich
treat and will spend an evening in list
to the pleasing strains of music
from an orchestra equal to any in the
Northwest. The sale of seats is pro
gressing rapidly and the indications are
that the entertainment will be well pat
Card of Thanks.'^ ^*^-%ttt
We take these means of thanking our
many friends, each and all, who by
deeds of kindness and sympathy helped
us in our* sad bereavement" and also
favored us with their company at the
fune?alko|,(Our dear departed son.
Articles of Incorporation of the
Eagle Roller Mill Company of
New Ulm, Minnesota. 1^
Know all" Men by these Presents:
That the undersigned do hereby
agree to and associate themselves to
gether for the purpose of becoming a
corporation, under and by virtue of the
of the State of Minnesota in such
case made and provided, and for that
purpose do hereby adopt,,agree to, sign
and exeeute the following articles of in
Article 1. The name of this corpora
tion shall be the "Eagle Roller Mill
Article 2. The principal place for
transacting the bnsiness of this corpora
tion shall be at the city of New Ulm,
in the County of Brown and State of
Article 3. The general nature of the
of this corporation shall be to
purchase, sell, build, rent, lease, let,
manage and operate flouring mills and
other equipments and buildings, struct
ures and property necessary or conven
ient for the purpose of transacting and
carrying on a general milling business,
and to buy, sell and deal in all products
of such business also the constructing,
building, owning, leasing, buying, sell
ing, maintaining and operating docks,
elevators, warehouses and storage
rooms, for the purpose of buying, sell
ing, storing, forwarding, milling and
dealing in wheat and other grain and
farming products of all kinds, as well
as other personal property also to buy,
own, sell, lease, let, convey, mortgage,
improve or otherwise dispose of and
deal in real and personal property of
whatever nature, name or description,
which the board of directors may deem
necessary, desirable, proper or conven
ient for the purpose of carrying on sasftl
business as aforesaid, and generally to
do all other acts and things necessary
or proper in conducting, exercising or
managing any and all of its business
Article 4, The amount of the capital
stock of this corporation shall be Three
hundred thousand ($300,000) dollars,
divided into three thousand shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each, all of which shall be subscubed
for and paid in fuil before commencing
Article 5. The time of the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the first
day of December, A. D. 1891, and the
period of its continuance shall be for the
term of thirty (30) years thereafter.
Article 6. The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability to which this cor
poration snail at any time be subject,
shall be Two hundred thousand ($200,
Aiticle 7. The names and place of
residence ot the persons forming this
corporation are as follows* Charles Sil
veison, William Silverson and A.
Schmitt, Jr all ot the city INew Ulm,
State of Minnesota, and A. Schmitt of
the city of Cincinnati, State of Ohio.
Article 8. The government of this
John Shields one of the earliest
settlers in ibis county, died at Court
land, Nicollet county, on Thursday last.
Mr. Shields came to this county in 1855,
settling in Cambria township, then
known as Butternut Valley, endured
the privations and hardship of pioneer
life, passed through the perils of the
Indian war and the trials incident to
the grasshopper scourge lived to
his town and county developed and
prosperous, reared a worthy family, and
passed away at the good eld age of 80
years. Mr, Shields was a man of ster
ling integrity, respected and honored
by his fellow-citizens,and his good ex
amples and his worthy life will long
leave their influence upon tha cornmun
ty in which he lived.—Mankato Re
as their free act and deed.
Jos. A. Eckstein,
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.Minn.
State of Ohio
corporation and the management of its with satisfactory security at 7 per cent
board of four directors, who shall be
elected annually by and from the stock
holders of said corporation at eacu an
nual meeting thereof, which shah be
held on the second Tuesday of January
of each ear, at the principal office of
the corporation in said citv of New Ulm.
Said directors shall hold office for one
year and until their successors are elect
ed in their stead. The directors shall
meet in each year immediately after
their election and adjournment of the
annual meeting of the stockholders, or
ganize and elect from their own number
a president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer, who shall be the officers
of said boaid as well as of the corpora
tion. The directors aud officers of this
corporation shall hold their respective
offices after their election and qualifica
until the succeeding annual meet
ing the stockholders and until their
successors are elected and qoalihed.
Vacancies in the board of directors or
officers may be failed for the unexpired
term by the remaining members of the
board at any regular or special meeting
thereof held in pursuance of the by-laws.
Article 9. The persons forming this
corporation shall be the first board of
directors and officers of whom Charles
Silverson shall be President A.Schmitt
Vice-president A. Schmitt, Jr Secre
tary and William Silverson,Iieasurer,
all of whom shall hold their respective
until the farst annual meeting of
the corporation next to be held after"the
act of incorporation is complete, and
until their successors are elected and
qualified. The office of socretarv and
treasurer may be held by one and the
Article 10. The board of directors
may also appoint such other officer1?,
superintendents, managers, agents and
employees, as they may deem proper or
necessary for the management of the
business of the corporation, and define
their respective powers and duties, not
inconsistent herewith. Said toard of
directors may also adopt such .by-laws
rules and regulations which they may
deem proper, convenient or necessary
for the government of said corporation
and defining the powers and duties of
the officers and directors thereof.
In testimony whereof, we the incor
porators, have hereunto set our hands
and seals this 5th day of October A. D.
CHARLES SILVERSON (SEAL)
A. SCHMITT (SEAL)
A. SCHMITT, JR. (SEAL)
WILLIAM SILVERSON (SEAL)
Signed and sealed in tho presence of
the following witnesses*.
Jos A. Eckstein.
Except as to A. Schmitt.
Witnesses as to the signature of A.
Mary S. Turrill.
M. S. Turrill.
State of Minnesota,
County of Brown.
On this 5th day of October A, D. 1891
before me, a Notary Public within and
for said county, personally appeared
Charles Silverson, William Silverson
and A. Schmitt, Jr., to me knowntobe
the persons described in and who exe
cuted the foregoing instrument and ac
knowledged, that they executed the same
County of Hamilton.
On this 7th day of October A.D. 189L/
before me a Notary Public within and
fcr said county, personally appeared A.
Schmitt, to me known to be the person
described in and who executed the fore
going instrument and acknowledged
that he executed the same as his free
act and deed.
(Notarial Seal) M. S. Turrill,
Notary Public, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
Office of Register of Deeds,
Brown County, Minnesota.
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed in this office for record
on the 12th day of October, A. D. 1891,
at 8 o'clock, A M. and was duly record
ed Book 1 of Incorporations on page
247 etc. A. J. Grimmer,
Register of Deeds,
By Viola Kocb,
State of Minnesota,
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record in this office
on the 13th day of October A. D. 1891'
at 1£ o'clock P. M. and was duly re
corded in Book 2 of Incorporations
on pages 241-4. F. P. Brown,
Secretary of State.
La Grippe Again.
During the epidemic of La Gripped
laBt season Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, Coughs and Colds/
proved to be the best remedv. Reports
from the many who used it confirm
this statement. They were not only
quickly relieved, but the disease Jeft
no bad after results We ask you to
give this remedy a trial and we guaran
tee that you will be satisfied with rej
suits, or the purchase price will be re
funded. It has no equal in La Grippe,
or Throat, Chest or Lung Trouble.
Trial bottles free at O. M. Olsen's Dru»
Store. Large bottles, 50c. and $1.
Farm For Sale.
Farm for sale, the town of Brook
ville,160 acros with good buildings, 180
acres under plow cheap and on easy
terms call or write to
AUCTION LAND SALE.
The New Ulm Stone Co's land
southwest quarter of Sec 35, Town 110
Range 30, Redstone, Nicollet Courtv,
containing 157 acres, more oi less, will
bo sold to the highpst bidder at the
Union Hall in New Ulm on November
5th at 3 p. The land consists part
ly of timber and farm land and part of
the Ja-per building stone and lime
stone area Located near Northwestern
track and supplied with two small
buildings Payments can be made in
one-third cash and two ibirds
per annum. New Ulm Stone Co.
John Albert, Auctioneer.
FAAS & KOBARSGH.
The nbove parties would give the
public notice that they are now pre
paied to do all manner of plumbing and
are ready to guarantee satisfaction.
Charges reasonable. Office at Ko
SOCIAl- S O
Sunday Eve, November 8th.
Sunday, November 15th,
25 PIECES 25
A splendid Program assured.
Admission! Parquet 50 cts.
Gallery 35 t8.
|^"Reserved seats without extra charge
at the City Drug store.
IS THE TIME TO
BOSS Watch Cases
CHEAPER THAN EVER
J. C- TOBERER,SSf#*£
THE OLD RELIABLE JEWELER.
Repairs and Fine Engraving a