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Chas. Stengel, Prop.
I will serve a hot and cold lunch every
morning, and at the same time the finest line cf
wines, liquors and cigars will alwaje be found on*
hand. I will endeavor to accomodate everybod
to the best of satisfaction, hoping to always extend
and improve the place.
HARD WARE, TIN WARE anu
Tho Celebrated White,
New American & Singer
Cor. Minn. &1 SontD^Str. NewUlm Minn
On Minnesota River, near New Ulm,
is fully prepared to furnish lime of
the very best qnality in any quantity to
contractors and builders. Delivered to
any desired point either by team or rail
at liberal prices. All orders by nail
promptly attended to.
AND DEALEB IN
Beinboru's building New Ulm Minn.
Ladies Furnishing Goods.
J*jS. B. ^0lllDI\I\ & Co.
Union Motel, New Ulm,
Weh ive jti'-t received a lafce new «tock of Pall
"Vtilhrtry CroocK consisting in of Hats, Bon
nets, Velvets bilks Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers,
AlQo itterns foi stamping roonosrrams Stamp
ing of all kinds mrnishea Emb-oidery Work
and Kmsington punting donetooidei and les
Kie&hn^Bloek, Now Ulm, Minn.
WINES FINE LIQUORS.
I huiii( li'iiitbon Whiskey, Dave
uul), Amkison Club, Cognac,
and Ininoi UMI POLC Wine for medical
use, aUo tin celebrated St. Juhen Clar
ets, Rhine mil Riesling Wines and
Cham]) ixm Whiskey ranging in
price tiom "j 1 50 to &6 per gallon My
goods ot the very best giades and
are gu.u tntt ed as represented.
SfliPEKiHIOROTflEHS & 00.jury
ME,,' ULM, MINN.
Contractors and Builders.
Plans ind suecilicalions furmsLed to
order. Hiving itceived new and im
proved nudum ly we are able to fur
nish all kimK ot work in our line, as
Sash. Doors in 1 Mouldings, also all
kinds of Tumid and Scioll Saw Work
KRETSCH & BERG, Prop.
Fine turnouts furnished with or withou
drivers at reasonable rates Fishing, bunting
and Pleasure parties furnished teims. Ladies
Saddle horses Fine Carriages for funerals.
Office and barn in bkatmg Rink. Fine Hearse
for lunerals is kept in order for such occasions.
Frs& A. Gray
New Ulm. Minu
Vaults, Cesspools and Chimney Cleaning All
kinds of Scavenger Woik Promptly Attended to.
O Box 688. All Order by Mail Promptly at
will be paid for a recipe enabling
us to make
WOLFF'S ACME BLACK-
ING at such a price that the retailer
can profitably seil it at ioc. a bottle.
£K.t present the retail price "is 20c.
This offer is open until January 1st., 1893. Tor
particulars address the undersigned.
A E 7 4.CKING is made of pure alcohol,
t'\ Lw-id dressings are made of water.
ucr costs nothing. Alcohol is dear. W
am show us how to make it without alcohol
that we can make A E A I N as cheap
water dressing, or put it in fancy pack
ages like many of the water dressings, and
then charge for the outside appearance in
ad of charging for the contents of the
& A 1 O Philadelphia
is tne name of a paint of which a 25c. bottle
is enough to make six scratched and dulled
cherry chairs look like newlyfinishedma-will
hoganies. It will do many other remarkable
things which no other paint can do.
All retailers sell it. 0
.For news read next week's issue. gj|j
Ed. Frenzal is clerking at the Union
Hotel. 7 ,"
Jf. M. Whitney came up from Winona
to spend Sunday.
Mrs. Jacque, a sister of* Mrs. Berry,
is dangerously ilL
H. Loheyde was taken suddenly sick
A son of Frank Retzlaff of Cotton
wood died on the 20th.
C. H. Hornburg made a business trip
to the Twin Cities yesterday.
Alexander Berghold came up from
St. Paul yesterday on business.
W. G. Behnke of S Louis is sick at
the home of his mother in this city.
John Reardon has gone to St. Paul
to receive treatment from Dr. Stamm.
W. Eibner returned from a business
trip to Milwaukee yesterday morning.
Mrs. Wendinger, aged 58 years, died
Saturday morning at her home in West
H. M.Bali of Lone Tree Lake will go
to Chicago this week with a train load
A Republican club has been organ
ized at Winthrop with E. H. Huebner
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dreis of St. Patil
are visiting with their daughter, Mrs.F.
Henry Pulz has left town secretly,
leaving several creditors, who are wish
ing that he hadn't.
Mrs, S. A. George gave a pleasant
tea party to a large number of lady
friends Friday afternoon.
Robert Pless on Friday was badly
injured about the head while coasting.
His face bears many ugly marks.
C. W. H. Heidemann attended the
annual meeting of the State Horticultu
ral Society in Owatonna last week.
The Assistant Superintendent of Jhe
Western Union Telegraph Co. inspfcc
tedthe office at this place Wednesday.
H. Warnke, the Springfield
harness dealer, was in the city yestei
day. From here he went to Mxnkato.
Bill N)e, so the fct, Peter Jourial
says, asks for $275 for a single lecture.
The huruorM is now making a tour of
A mfeting will be held at Turnei
Hall next Monday night at 8 30 o'clock
to consider the advisability of arranging
a cirnival procession.
A. M. Harrison, a Minneapolis law
yer, was in the city yesterday. He re
presents the plaintiff in the case of the
State vs. J. Steinmelz
Ernst Brandt while assisting
Seiter & Baer in roofing Hauen^tein's
brewery, tell in some manner and se
veiely sprained his toot
J. Steinmetz, against whom an in
dictment was returned by the last gi and
for embezzlement, was arrested on
Friday thiough a bench warrant.
A meeting of the Agricultural Socie
ty will be held Saturday evening
at Turner Hall for the porpose of cov
ering the dehcit entailed by the last
W. R. Hodges ofjtbe Sleepy Eye Her
ald„has been chosen chairman of the
People's Party county committee and
also a member of the Second congres
Hugo Schleuder and wife of Spnng
field «,tnd Mrs. A. G. Seiter and daugh
ters of Winthrop were among those who
attended the masquerade at Turner Hal*
Fred Ring, an old gentleman who has
been living at the hospital for a number
of years, passed away Sunday morning
at an adyanced age. The funeral will
be held this, Wednesday,afternoon at 2
o'cloi-k from Turner Hall.
The will of Christopher Ruchel, the
raiseR who died in Sleepy Eye last week
was hied with the judge of probate on
the 21sL by J. C. Zieske, executor. He
wills his property to his two brothers
in-law, Gottlieb and Martin Steinke,
and in the will his worth is placed at
$782.22 in cash and about $600., in real
estate. A hearing for the proof of the
will will be held on Saturday, Febru
ary 20tb, at b* o'clock in the afternoon.
While talking to a knot of citizens
who were gathered in the office of the
Dakota House Monday afternoon, Rob
ert Schilling, secretary of the People's
Party organization, made the assertion
that if Cleveland was nominated for
president he wouldn't carry half of the
Southern states and that Texas with its
Democratic majority of 100,000 votes
would cast its electoral strength foi the
candidate of the People's Party. The
opposition to Cleveland in the South, he
said, has the nature of vicdietiveness.
Messrs, Griffith and Gress accom
pained by their better halves and child
ren, leave Monday for an extended tour
of the south. They will revel under the
umbrageous foliage of the Florida or
ange groves and chase the nimble tad
pole up and down the banks of the Apa«
lachicola for a few weeks and come back
in time to climb ottr Marchsn«w banks.
They will have a good time and Gress
come home loaded to the muzzle
with fish stories, while Griffith will get
more electric light pointers.—Dispatch.
Mrs. Crone will return frfyn Chicago
Lind & Hagberg now occupy their
Miss Amelia Fnfsche is visiting"* in
Rev. Baumgarten is confined to his
room with sickness. ,-
Miss Hensel of St. Paul is the guest
of Miss Clara Doehne.
Springfield shows up for 1891 with a
building record of $73,000.
A. W. Bingham and wife returned
from their Minneapolis visit Friday,
Anton Schwerzler went to St. Paul
yesterday to buy new fixtures for his
Mrs. L, C. Johnson of Northfield is
yisiting with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ada Bourret has retarned to her
home in Minneapolis after a visit of
several weeks with Miss Baasen.
Supt. Meyers'.of the St. Cloud Reform
atory is in doubt what-to do with Mary
Wellner who'was sent there from this
county. The law, it seems, does not
provide that female prisoners shall be
Mrs. Senz, after a prolonged siege of
sickness in which dropsy figured large
ly, died on Thursday at the age of 58.
She was a resident of this city for many
years and the funeral, which was held
on Saturday,was largely attended,
The Empire Mill Co. acknowledges
the reciept of the following donations
for 'the sufferers in .Russia Anton
Sprenger,Cottonwood, 420 pounds, and
E. Otto, Franklin, 420 pounds. Comparticular
mittemau Roos says that nearly 25,000
pounds will be sent from New Ulm.
If eternal punishment is a settled fac1
the Republicans and Democrats, ac
cording to Hon. Robert Schilling, will
be most terribly scotched for the many
transgressions committed on this earth.
And still they all seem to be enjoying
prosperity and a tair share of money.
Mrs. Daniel Dingier died on Thurs
day after a protected sickness, her death
being the result of heart troubles. She
was born in Germany and had reached
the age of &my-h.ve \ears, many of
which were spent in this vicinity. The
funeral ceremonies' were held Minday
Quite a luige number of ladies anu'
gentlemen weie entertained at the home
ol Mi»s Lou Baasen on Fuday even
ing. The game of cinch was .indulged
in till a late hour and a veiy pleasant
time is repoited. The head prizes went
to Mias Doenneand Wni. Martell, whiie
the rewauts for poorest scotes went to
Mrs. McIIale and_Mr. R. Loheyde.
Last weeu Jacob Klossner traded the
land in Reclweod county which ne se
cured 113 the s*le of New Ulm Basket
Works for the aot and stoie building of
Leatherman Bios, in Spungfaeld. As
a part of the transfer Messrs. Klossner
& Mueller also bought tlie hardware
stock ot the same hrm and next Mon
day Chas. Hermann, at present book
keeper in the New Ulm store, will go to
Springfield to accept the management
ot the branch establishment. Louie
Mueller, junior partner, will act as
book-keeper in his place.
A coroner's inquest was held over the
body of John B. Zins in Granby, Nicol
let county,la=t Thursday. The deceased
had been an inmato of tne asylum at St
Peter and upoa being returned from
tuere hts face was badly disfiguied.The
relatives-suspected abuse and demand
ed an inquest. Coroner Skinner was
accordingly summoned and Dr. Stick
ler of this city was requested to make a
post moitem examination, The result
proved plainly that tnere had been no
violence, but that the man had died
from erysipelas, which also caused the
disfiguration of his face.
Robert Schilling, secretary of the
People's Party, gave two addresses at
Turner Hall on Monday, one in the af
ternoon in German and one in theeven
ino- in English. Both Democrats and
Republicans came in for a scoring at
his hands and both were pictured as
being tied, hand and foot, to the mono
polistic leeches. Irish landlordism, ag
gregated capital in the hands of '-he
banking thugs of the world, bond steals
and foreign monied influence also
figured largely in his argument, and*
the audience was told that, if things
kept up at the present rate, in thirty
years the foreign capitalists would own
the whole country and that ail of us,
who now have nice homes, far better
than thirty years ago, would be dragged
down to the low level ot the Irish peas
ant who was toreed to carry soil to the
tops ot hi*h cliffs, in order to" raise
enough to live from. National Banks
weic bteals, he said, living off the gov
ernment, in spite ot the fact that many
of them axe being changed into puvate
concerns, at.d the sub-treasury
scheme of loaning money to the farm
ers at two per cent was advocated with
zeal, notwithstanding a great majority
of our farmers are themselves lenders
and not borrowers. The gold basis was
denounced, the shades of Horace Gree-,
ly and his fellow green backers were
called up and eyery possible means of
alarm employed to make the audience
believe the country was in danger.
Greenbacks was the burning issue of
RICH AND LUDICROUS COSTUMES
All Sorts,,were to be seen at Saturday
In every Eespect the afiair was Attended
with success. ?Tst
Fair weather smiled on the efforts of
those under whose auspices the mas
querade was held at Turner Hall on
Saturday evening, and from the time the
first sound cf soft music floated through
the hall, the masqueraders continued to
enter and glide about the floor. By nine
o'clock nearly two-hundred masked
forms could be counted as they circled
about the hall or bothered the lookers
on with pranks and capers that wore
evidently more entertaining to the per
formers than to those selected to be en
The costumes, while including but
few humorous ones, were in many in
stances beautiful and such as to attract
admiring attention. The floor managers
for instance, consisting of six ladies,
were richly dressed, and the Prince and
Princess with their train glittered in the
elegance of their attire. A group of
young men and ladies also ap
peared which made a fine impression,
representing*as it did a crew of conduc
tors, brakemen, newsboys and the like
for the Northwestern and St. Paul New
Ulm and Southwestern railroads. The
newsboy who sold the New Ulm Review
was deserving of particular praise for
the excellent judgement shown in con
fining his sales exclusively to the best
advertising mecium in the county, Of
merit, however, and taking
the lead among the handsome groups ot
the evening was the "Queen Anne's
Fan Brigade," owing to the originality
of their drill and the style of their suits.
Gracefully did they pose, majestically
did they sweep their fans in the direc
tion of some dear one in the galleries,
winsomely they winked (the other eye)
and with what a fluttering sensation
their fans did flutter. Of a certainty
the group was a good *ne.
Of the other groups, the six girls
enclosed in cases, shaped like oyster
shells, and the fortune tellers were
among the prettiest while the scene up
on the stage with the Pnnee seated
upon a throne and surrounded by his
attendants was also a beautiful one and
captured much applause. The comic
groups included the Alliance Band,
which was very good and caused a great
deal of laughter, the butcheis, the bak
ers and the devil and several of hib as
The individual masks weie veiy num
erous. Vetterle was there for :t second
time, the policeman who once a great
while took him in charge, 1 man in
neglige costume in search of his wife,
characters of hundreds of 3 ears ago, a
Russian, who was supposed to be a
take-off on the present talk of Russian
starvation, and, best of all, a fleeting
form representing "time." The latter
costume required no little time and
genius in preparation and was thor
oughly appreciated. float repiesent
ing the Eagle Mill was also a splendid
An amusing feature of the masquerade
was the large loaf of bread weighing
over 100 pounds, which was carried
about by the group of bakers, and the
immense amount of sausage that was
hung out as a sign for the butcners,
Mr. and Mrs. Denters of Browns
Valley are visiting with the family of
W. A. Hubbard.
A daughter of F. Ring, deceased, ar
rived here yesterday from Chicago to
attend his funeral.
Chas. H, Porter of Morgan and Miss
Lillic Johnson of Eden were married
on Monday bv Judge Brandt.
John H. Graff and Mrs.Katie J. Fries
of Sleepy Eye were married at the
court-house by Judge Brandt ou Wed
Senator James A. Tawney of Winona
has returned from his trip to Washing
ton. While the,re, in company with
Congressman Lind, he called upon
President Harrison to see what could be
done for Jauritz Olsen. The President
referred them to Secretary Halford, who
promised to confer with the President
and try and find a position for both Ol
sen and his son in some of the depart
ments. Olsen is the man who four
years ago had the misfortune to have
both his hands blown off by the prema
ture explosion of a cannon in celebrat
ing the election of Harrison as Presi
dent. In the Fifty-first congress, Olsen
was assistant iloorkeepcr in the house,
but was ousted from that position by
Tammany in spite of a Democratic cau
cus request, passed through the influ
ence ot Capt. Harries, tnat he be re
Mr. C. W, Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Delione, Omaha, one of the finest
new and modern hotels in the west,
says of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy:
"We have used it in our family for
years with the most satisfactory result
•specially for our children, for colds
and croup. It can be depended upon
besides it is pleasant to take and seems
to be free from chloroform and the oily
substance put into many cough mix*
tures." 25 cent, 50 cent and $1 bottles
jp for sale by O. M. Olaon, Druggist. J§§
Notice of Expiration of Redemption
from Tax Sale.
State of Minnesota,
Office of County Aud.lor New, Ulm,
J*n 15th 1892.WSM&yfSS
Public notice is hereby given, as re
quired by Chapter 194, General Laws of
1885, that each piece or parcel of the
real property hereinafter described was
sold at the tax sale May 5th 1889, pur
suant to the real estate tax judgment
entered in the District Court in the
County of Brown on the 21st day of
Mareh, 1889, in the nroceedings to en
force the payment of t*xes remaining
delinquent upon real estate on the first
Monday in January 1889, for taxes of
1887 and the penalties and cost accrued
thereon, and that the period of redemp
tion of said real property from saidsale
will expire May 11th, 1892, under the
provisions of the General Tax Law of
1878 and amendments thereto, and the
amount extended opposite each descrip
tion is the amount which will be re
quired to redeem such description from
said sale on the 6th dav of May 1889
including twenty-five (25) cents foi pub
lishing this notice.
The real property above leferred to is
described as follows:
Name of OwDers,
Wm Hnmmel New Ulm 2
H. Levy NewUlm 14
L«. Baganz New Ulm 8
G. Dassler New Ulm 5
L. Bagan.,5 New Ulm 9
5. to redeem
McGmnie New Ulm
A W CaseWlOOft ofO 11 30^ 110 33
Dayton Outl 1? 80 110 32
J. A. Rubsel, Ulieon's
add.ofOntl.pt oiOutl 6 29 110 S9
Town of Cottonwood
Peter Gulden W£ofNE# 23
Town of Eden
H. M. Ball Part lots6&8 28
NW,M of N \V~h 34 .,
G.L SchultzeNkj^o[NE^33 110
Nofpentre 3 39
Sleepy Eye Lots Block
A. Russel 8&9 "6
Methodist Cong. 13 35
Peter Gulden S
30 80 16 62
Town ol INliifoid
Town of Sigel
Romberg part of E
ot N E
HenryVluellerW^ofSWif 4 109
Town of Stark
Sam Bellig Lot, 2 LN W 16 109
Franz Bui gingerfcW J£ 7 109
32 180 72 41 21
32 1G0 3()69
Town of j=l aw
G. Brown S\V of SW& 20 10S
32 8 69 3 07
34 40 6 41
Given under my hand and official seal
this,15th day of January A. D. 1992.
[SEAL] LEWIS KROOK
Co. Aoditoi, Brown Co. Minn
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
1 will be at the Meichants Bank, Slee
py E} P.Feb. 9th and 10th. and at the
Bank of Springfield Feb. 11th and 12th
for the purpose of collecting personal
Fr. Buijr,Co. Treas.
Two nicely furnished rooms with or
without boaid for rent
Sunday Eve, ten. 31.
A is on SS cents
fi©" Tickets to be had in all three ding
Jacob Klossner, Jr.,
DEALER I N
Slielfg Sekvy fkfdw^e
All oi Farm Machinery,
NEW ULM JINN
BSTOMOP BOARD OF AUDIT.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, Comity of Brown-sa
County Auditor Offlce,New Ulm.
ths undersigned constituting the Board of
Audit In and for said County of- Brown and State
01 Minnesota hiving duly-advertised for Propo
sals from Banks or Bankers for the County De
posits for the ensuing 2 years, 1893 and 1S93, and
having received bids and bonds from the Differ
ent Banks and Bankers of said County and state
which we a tins day duly considered, and the
said Bids are hereby accepted, and the following
named banks are designated the County Deposi
tones ot Brown County Mmnesota.'.for the time
«tate3 in Bonds to be appro\ed by Boaid of Coun
Brown Co. Bank.
State-Bank of Sleepy Eye
Siate Bank of Sprmgfltld, oi[
'Vew Ulm, Minn.
N Ulm, Minn.
Sleepy Eye, Minn,
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
it is also ordered that these proceedings be laid
before the Board of County Commissioners, and
further ordered that Copy of same be filed in the
Treasurers office of said County of Brown.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands and cauted the seal of the County Auditor
to 0e affixed, this 7th day of January A. D. 1892.
LEWIS B. KROOK.Co, Auditor,
S. A, GEORGE.Clerk of Dist. Court
E KOCH.Chairm. Board of County Com.
A E OP MINNESOTA, County of Brown Vss.
el Term. January 2ist
In the matter of the Estate of Michael Lauter
Whereas, amnstrumeni in writing purporting
to be the last will and testament of Michael Laut
erbach deceased, ate ot said county, has b6en de
livered to this court,(
^d whereas, John Lauterbach has filed 'there
with his petition, represenung among other "things
that said Michael Lauterbach died in said county
on the 18th day of January 1892, testate,
and that said petitioner is the sole execntor
named in said bs twill and testament,
and praying that the said nutrnment may
be admitted to probate, and that letters testament
ary be to him issued thereon,
It is ordered, that the proofs of sn instru
ment, and the said petition, be heard before this
court, at the Probate Omce sanl county, on
Thursday the ISth day of February A 1892,at 10
clock in the foienoon, when all Concerned may
appear and contest the probate of said instru
And it *s fmther ordered, that public notice of
the nme and place of ud hearing be given to all
persons interested, publication of these orders
once in each week for thiee sucessne weeks prior
to said day of hearing, the New Ulm Review a
wctkb new-paper pnnttd and published at the
city or New Ulm «aid county
Dated at New Clm, Minn the 21st dav of
Tannuy A. 1892
By the Court,
k») 43 Judjre of Probite
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell 3 ou Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs -md Colds,
upon this condition. It \ou lie afflict
ed with La Griope and will use this
remedy t.ceording to dilutions, givino
it a i.m ttial, and expeneuce no benefit,
you mtv 1 etui the bottle and have
your monej retunded We make this
offer, because of the wondarful success
of Dr. K.ng's New Discovery during
last season's epedemic. Have heard of
no case ir which it failed. Trv it. Trial
bottles free at O Olsen's D"rug Store.
Large sue 50c. and $1 4
FRANK SGHNQBRICH PROP
Having taken M. Epple's meat mar
ket, 1 "am prepared to wai* on all cus
tomers with fiesh meats, sausage, hams,*
Lara, etc., always on hand Oi ders from
the country attended to.
TUBULAR TOLS & WINDMILLS
ALSO SPECIAL AGENTS FOR THE
Our office is in New TJlni. Minn.
H. Shornberg is our ageuv, at Sleepy
IS THE TIME TO
O SS Watch Cases
REAY MADE BOY'S AND MEN'S CLOTHING
Overcoats for all Ages, Cloaks and Jackets,
k5 fine caps, Gloves and Mittens, Woolen
Underwear, etc. ^J
Underwear from 10 to 20 per cent, cheaper than at any oth'er store.
500 yards of Flannels at 45 cts. formerly 60 cts.,s., ,t
CHEAPER THAN EVER
J. C. TOBERER
THE 0L0 RELIABLE 1EWELER.
Repairs and Fine Engraving a
yar(k offlannelsat 25 cts. formerly 35 cts/