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£,v Application for Liquor License.
STATE OF MINNESO l\\,
OooSTr OP Uitoivx, »-.
CITY DF NEW ULM.
Notice i- horehv given, that applications have
been madd in writing, ID m^ CMMILII i.f the city of
New Ulm, .uid filed :n iny office, pra-ing for lic
enfce, to tuh intoxicating liquois, for the term
commencing on ihe lotli day of April 1892, and
termin.itinK t»° l5*b day of April 1893, by the
following per-om mid at the fallowing places, as
Stated if .-aid applications to wit:
Charles S-tengie The iiorthwebt room on first
floor, of a two etuiy frame building, tiluated on
lots No. 9 & 10 block No. 1
Anton J. schwerzler, The northwest room on
firfet flooi. of a two story brick b'lild ng, situated
ou let No. 13, block No. 65.
Ibidor Haas The room on first floor old two
story fraino building, situated on parts ot lots No
6 & 7, block No. 66.
MatbiasSiebenbrunnei The front room on first
floor, of .i two story brick bjilding.8itu.atjd on 'ot
No. 'J, block No 66. ,!?*
BicharU Geisinger iThe front room on first
floor, of a two story brick building situated on
lot No. 11, block No. 64.
New L'HU Turnverem The two story brick
buildin-', situated on lots No 1 to 7, block No 107,
New elm Brewing Company The front room
in a one story frame building, situated tn lot No.
3, blot No"2. all south of Centre Street in the
said city of New Ulm.
C. R. Anderson The room of a one, story brick
building, situated on lot No. 14, block No. 67.
Alike Kanweiler The front room on first floor,
of a one and a halt btory building.situated on lot
No. 3, block No. 69.
Andreas Aman: The tyro story brick building,
corner ot Broadway and First North Street,situat
ed on patteof lots No. 11 & 12, block No. 66,
Henry Seifert Thefr»nt room om Irstioor of a
two stoiv brick building, situated on lot No. 1,
block No. 69.
Jo&eph Klor The southwest room on first floor,
of a two stjiy biit-k building, situated on lots No
11 & 12, block N. „_
Joseph F. Groebner The northeast room on
first floor, of a one and a half story irame building
situated on lot No.7, block No. 104.
Peter Herian The front room of a one story
frame building, situated on part of Eagle Mill
JohnKorbel jr. The Northwest room on first
floor, of a two story frame building, situated on
lot No. S, block No. 68.
Anton Hartmuvh The front room on first floor
of a two story brick building, situated on North
half of lot No.6, biock No. 68, 5 .. •..
Fred Williams The front room on first floor, of
of a two story brick building situated on north
half of Lot .Vo. 9. block No. 63.
Charles Brust The room in a one story brick
addition, situatedon south half oi lot No. 4, block
F. W. larsch The front room on first floor of
a two story frame building situated on lot No. 10,
block No. 66.
Weizand Hauenstein The front room on first
floor of a two story Irame building, situated on
north half of lot No. 6, block No. 67,
Joseph Schmucker The two brick building,
situated on lots No. 9 & 10 Block No. 217, Park
Edward Maltzahn: The room on "first floor of a
two story brick Dcilding, situated on parts Of lots
No, 12 & 13, block No. 65.
John F. Neumann: The room of a one story brick
building, situatedon the centre of lot No. 10,block
John Wiltscheck jr. The northwest room on
first floor of =i two story brick building, situated
on lot No. 8, block No. 09 all north of Centre
Street in the said city of New Ulm.
3aid applications"will OJ heard and determined
by oaid council of the City of New Ulm, at the
City Clerk'* office, in said city of New Ulm3Brown
County, Minnesota, on th 12th day of April A.D.
1892, at 8 o'clock of inatdny.
Witness my hand and seal of said city this 21st
day of March A. D„ 1892.
S E A
.) City Clerk.
OF MINN ESOTA, County of Brown ss
In Probate Court, Specinl term, March 3d 1892.
In the matter of tne estate of Her.ry Hamann
On leading and filing the petition of Louise Ha
mann administratrix witn (he will annexed of the
.estate of Henry Hamann deceased, representirg
among other things,tliat she has fully administered
said estate and praying that a time and place be
fixed lor thy assignment of the residue of said
estate to the panics entitled thereto.
It is ordered, tiiai said petition be heard,' by
the Judge of this Court, on Saturday the 2d day
of April A U. 1890, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
Probate Office it said Ct unty.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
all persons interested,by publishing a copj of this
order once in each eek for three successive weeks
prior to said day of hearing, in the New Ulm Ke
view,a wt-ekly newspapei printed and published
at New Ulm iu said County.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 3d day of March
A. D- 1892.
by the Court,
It is ordered, that all persons interested in said
estate appear before this court on Thursday the
31th day of March A. D. 1892, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
at the Court House in New Ulm in said county,
then and there to show cause (if any there be)
why license should not be granted for the sale of
said real estate, according to the prayer of said
And it is further oi dered.That this Order shall be
published oDce in each week, for three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the New
Ulm Review a weekly newspaper printed and
published at the City of New Ulm iu said County .-
Dated at New Ulm,Minn.,the29th.day of Febru
ary A. D. 1892.
By the Court,
W A a
Wi & f£&
P. M. OLSEN,
.: RUGGIST and APOTHECARY,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemi
cals, Toilet Articles, Fan
cy Goods, Stationery and
Ois, Paints, Brushes, Varnishes and
Physicians9 Prescriptions ca**e
fully prepared from pure and
Agency for the celebrated Estey Or*
gans and Pianos.
Please give me a call.
O. M. OLSEN.
Meridian Block^oK/ANew Ulm, ,Minn
Ladies Furnishing Goods.
Mi& B.tfoiini&rw& do.
Union Hotel, New Vim,
We have just received a large new stock of Fall
Millinery Goods consisting in part of Hats, Bon
nets, Velvets, Silks Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers,
Also Patterns for stamping monograms. Stamp,
ing of all kinds furnished-. Emb-oidery Work
and Kensington painting done to order and les
1 have"just opened'a merchant tailor
ing establishment in the Leibold build
ing on Minnesota Street wh6re I am
now prepared|to treat the public to
First Glass Work
First Glass Goods
Satisfaction is guaranteed on all suits
made and I respectfully solicit the pat
ronage of the public on these grounds.
[L..S11 .fudge ol Probate
STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown J.«s.
in Probate Court, Special Term, February, 29th
In the matter of the guardianship of Emma
On reading and filing the petition of Maria
Gtietschow guardian of said minor, repre
senting, among other things, that the said ward
is seized of certain real estate in the city ofIvewUlm
Br»wnConnty,Minnesota and that for the benefit of
said ward the same should be sold,and praying for
license to sell the same at private sale. And it
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, from
said petition, that for the benefit of said'ward
said real estate should be sold:
[L.S.I li Judge of Probate.
I offer my driving horse for sale.
HUBBARD & LARSON.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
Stoughton Wagons & Buggies,
a a Sleighs a S in W a
Full line of Fuller & Johnson Mfg. Go. goods such as Mowers, Kakes, Plows
Aultman & Taylor & Minneapolis Engines & Separators, Huber Engines.
Binding Twine. Machine Oils, Pumps, Hay tools. In fact anything and everything yon may wan?, at
prices that will astonish yon. When in the city call and see ns, we want to show you our goods and
make yon prices even if you dont want to buy. Q^~ Repairs for abovealways on hand.
NEW ULM ^MINNESOTA,
E A E S XIV
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
r-gl^fiaW Cktf in (*ooM
l&I*WfeBKIESLING BLOCK, *& NEW ULM, MINN.
P. MOBftffll, b. un.,
Mrs. H, Laudenschlaiger,
and the celebrated^
(IfliM |li?i| ail $atge$.
Also the White and Belvidere Sewing
Machines. Repairing promptly attended
to. Corner Minnesota & First South.
8^We have just purchased^jajgnew
Hambietonian Trotting horse, brown
with black main, 16£ hands high, and
invite all admirers of fine horses to call
at our stables and see him. His record
Kretsch & Berg.
I ofter my fine Imported Clydesdale
Stallion, Waverly, for sale, He was
imported by Galbraith Bros, of Wiscon
WE HAVE GOT'EM.
SHOES .*OB THE BOYS.
BUY THE CELEBRATED
IN LADIES FINE SHOES, WE SELL THE
PRODUC O CURTIS WHEELER,
STjir-pstsseci toy Krone!
Is The Completest Ever Shown In This City.
In Everyday!! Knock About, Wear Resisting
Shoes, we show a line excelled by no other
Jfirm regarding Quality or Price,
& trycides have STEEL wheels, made by the Gendron Iron Wheel
Co. of Toledo, Ohio, a firm that has a world wide reputation of turning
out the best wheel in the market.
If you want a carriage, express wagon or velocipede be sure to in
spect our stock. .-
Is it, that our sales in baby
carriages velocipedes and ex
press wagons are from year to
It is no secret, but the reason
is simply this
We give you the best goods
in the market at prices as low
as those of inferior articles.
All our wagons, velocipedes
WAGNER & SAVERIEN,
122 N. MINNESOTA STR.
XjeneLLaxg a a
WE HANDLE THE CELEBRATED
SHERWIN WILLIAM'S MIXED HOUSE PAINTS
which we guarantee for five years. We also handle
St. PauliiWhite !Lead
& Oil Co. Mixed Paints.
BARN PAINTS, FLOOR PAINTS, COLORS IN OIL
AND VARNISH, WHITE LEAD, LEAD AND ZINC, TINTED
LEADS, OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
ALABASTINE, ETC. EVERYTHING IN THE PAINT LINE
-:',. teiiim HEHNSNCSEN & Kl
S O I I O W S -a. S I A I S
SPRING GOODS! SPRING GOODS!
0 0 S N 0 I 0 N S &u GROCERIES.
BUY YOUR GOODS OF
There you will find a new, nice line of goods and very low prices.
I A O A GnBJEV I O O
W GOODS NE
B. BEHNEE &C0.,a
GtobI&*8ootg kind B\OQ^ Skt^ .kqd dkp^.
-TTHE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR CASH
PLEASE CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
:lFarm produce taken in Exchange.
A, Behnhe Manager. ^-t £EH£^I^E &
Have Completely Renovated their
contains a vast assortment of 5 and 10 cents goods and all kinds of fancy artie
suitable for marriage, birthday and ether presents. Mouth organs, accordec
jewelry, albums autographs, pocket books, cigar cases, pipes, cigar holde
guns, revolvers, fishing tackle and a fine and complete assortment of genev
sporting goods. Also a selected stock of baby carriages.
I^I!DE».^n.T3vras3^a^,T, W O
shows np a full assortment of shelf hardware iron, steel, mechanics' and fa
mers' tools of all kinds. The world renowned Baker barbed wire, Geo.
Pitkin's incomparable mixed paints and a large assortment of machine and oth
oils. All our goods are of a first class quality and prices on the same are rof
FOR THE BENEFIT O AL
It is to the interest of every man, woman or child who lives within a radi
of fifty miles of New Ulm to know that my NEW STORE.is finished,
I have removed the clothing stock to the new building, which, 1
the way, is the longest in Minnesota, and am now prepared to show
new and clean line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Dry Goods. Groceries, Hats Gaps|
JOHN F. NEUMANN!
I have as usual secured an elegant and unlimited
STATIONERY AND WALL PAPER.
I also have a splendid assortment ofthe very latest designs in Birthd-'
Cards and Notions, which I will sell at reduced prices.
NEW ULM, MINK!
i* B, Asmtotfo,
Choline $tove£ ar» ¥inwafev
Hardware, Farming Implei
ments, Nails, Fence Wire
Western Washers, Clothes
Wringers, Asphaltum anc
Asbestos Roofing, etc., etc._
^Special attention given to mending and repairing of Tin Ware
S E A W A E
New Triumph Seeders, Dowagiac Light Running, Perfect1 Shr
Mis, La Crosse Steel and Wood Framl Lever HaSows Genuirf
^ompsons Iron Corner Climax Buggies,La Crosse & Milburn Waeon
Located new store on Minnesota St. next toP. W. Bawsch^'k £%^$f£*~r