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J)R. A. MARDENft
Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.
JTEW ULM, 1
Teeth extracted without pain by the use of
ritalized air or nitrous oxide gas.
£)R. A. FRITSCHE, 1/J1 g£
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Female Diseases a Specialty.
Office in W. Boesoh's New'Brick Block.
New Ulm, Minn.
„£)R. STRICKLER, **,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office Doehne's new buck block.
SEW ULM, MINIS.
£)R. J. L. SCHOCH
•PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly attended to night or day.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
|}R. C. HIRSCH,
•PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's Drugstore.
When in town, can be found at office
at all hours.
NEW ULM, MINN
J)R. L. G. BELL,
Office in the Meridian Block
NEW ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pam by the
atest approved methods.
"J)R. A. KOEHNL,
Having treated sick animals for years
can conscientiously recommend my
self to all who need the services of a
competent Veterinary. Orders may be
eft at the Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
OS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Sttorr\ey & dour^elof
Titles examined and perfected.
Particular attention given to col
S@*Office over Brown Co. Bank.^^Jf
NEW ULM, MINN.
lOHN L.IND C. A HAG ERG
LIND & HAGBERG,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
U. S CQiirts.
Special Attention Paid to Collections.
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN LAN-
NEW ULM. MINN.
Sttotqey ai\d CWi\6iloi
Also NoUiv Public a/id Justice of the
Peace. Collections promptly attended
NEW ULM, MINN.
REAL ESTATE AND
MULLEN BLOCK, NEW ULM, MINN.
Fire, Tornado, Hul, Life, Accident,
.Plate Glass & Live Stock Insurance
placed in lirst class Companies.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Loans negotiated on farm property.
Passage Tickets sold on best Steamship
Lines to and from Europe.
&0CUMEHTS OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED 4 ACKNOWLEDGED
JUNG & SCHARLES
have just received a splendid stock of
MEW SPRING SUITINGS.
Inspection will prove that it is the
finest stock of good3 ever oflered in Stew
Ulm and pleasure is always taken in
showing patterns and quoting prices.
flag Jping frareo&fy
First class nt guaranteed.
NEW ULM MINN.
I havejjust openedja merchant tailor
ing establishment in the Leibold build
ing on Minnesota Street whtre I am
now prepared to treat the public to
Fipt Class Work,
First Glass Goodsi^
Fair Prices & i&
Satisfaction is guaranteed on all suits
made and I respectfully solicit the pat
ronage of the public on these grounds.
P* MOEBBB, The tailor
«*V 1 )f
HTC. Garvin was here FiidaypWi
F. Klossner will erect a residence
Mrs. McShane of Minneapolis is here
on a visits
Mrs. Fl. Hess contemplates removing
Philip Long has moved to Spring
field with his family.,*f
Miss A. C. Hirsch spent a portion of
the week in Mankato.
Jos. Schnoberich has purchased the
Leonard Haeberle building.
The last dance of the Terpsichore
Club will be held this eyening, jjgjj?
Robert Loheyde has sold his lot on
German Street to Werner Boesch for
Conrad Ries of New York will lec
ture at Turner Hall this evening
Miss Claia Vertzler of Sleepy Eye is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. W G.
It is sumored that C. A. Ochs of
Springiield will establish a brickyard
in this city.
Henry Bastian, who has been teach
ing in Ridgely, will engage business
Christian Gaieis, who has been in
Washington State for two years, has re
turned to New Ulm.
Martin Henle, who is afflicted with
total blindness, will go to Chicago to
consult Dr. Holmes.
Fred Klossner sold the Basket
Works property on Monday to a ibieepy
Eye party for §2,900.
M. Mullen has been chosen as one of
the delegates to the National Democra
tic convention in Chicago.
C. A. Hagberg and S. D. Peterson
had business before the United States
court in St. Paul yesterday.
The city water-works supply will be
cut off to-day and to-morrow to per
mit of repans at the station.
A suiprise party was tendered to Mrs.
Wicheiski bv about thirty of here
friends on Saturdav evening.
Court opens in Beaver, Falls next
Tuesday with Judge Webber presiding
and W T. Eckstein as reporter.
Two base ball clubs have already
been organized.one among the city bo^s
and one by the college students.
Ennl Mueller, who graduated recent
ly from the Chicago Veterinary College
expects to locate in this vicinity.
Albert Behnke, the veterinary sui
geon, has rented offices in the second
stoiy of the Brown County Bank build
A summei training school will be
conducted by the state institute instruc
tors at Sleepy Eye during the month of
The new time table has been delayed
but will go into eftect next Sunday ex
actly as announced in last week's Re
Mrs. 0. Beirry will remodel and en
large her residence this spring at a cost
of $1,50C. Tappe jfc Schriefer have the
Miss Amelia Guth, who was to have
returned from Minneapolis last week,
was taken suddenly and dangerously ill
M. Mullen on Monday sold his prop
erty on Minnesota Street now occupied
by M. A. Bingham to the latter gentle
man for $2,000.
Chas. Silverson of the Eagle Mill
leaves to-day for Cincinnati on business.
He will also make a trip thiough Ken
tucky and Wisconsin.
Mis. Loomis a daughter of Capt.
George, died at her home in Michigan
on Tuesday of last week. The Captain
left at once to attend the funeial.
Mr. El kins, formerly boot-keeper in
the Eagle Mill office but now of Minne
apolis, was in the city Saturday and re^
moved nis furniture lo his present
Friends in New Ulm of Mr. and Mrs.
Sivers of Minneapolis will be interest
ing in learning that on the 1st of April
a daughter was born to them theSanborn,
first in twelve years,
The sale of seats for the Milwaukee
Theatre Company opened last bunday
at the City Drug Store and was unusu
ally large. Another opportunity to se
cure seats will be given the people next
Pres. Cjrus Northrup of the State
University is expected lo deliver a lec
ture at Turner Hall in the near future.
The professor is one of the most elo
quent speakers, as well as one of the
best thinkers in the Northwest.V
Mr. Hadden of Northfield lectured on
Education at the Congiegational church
Sunday evening. He is a pleasant
speaker, and the attention of the large
audience present was closely held by
the interesting character of his address.
„„JDuring Thursday night's storm,hght
ning struck the large tree between the
residences of A. Behnke and S. D. Pet
erson and then followed the electric
wires across the street into the Pfen
ninger building,making its way through
the rear wall and then along a wire in
to the ground. A large hole marks its
passage through the brick wall.
O. M. Olsen went *o Chicago, Satur^
day afternoon. -,
Geo. Doehne made a business trip to
St. Paul yesterday,^
Miss Hedwig BTudolpTi1*it Visiting
friends in Minneapolis. *-«M$
F. Klossner has sold his"saloon fix
tures to a Lamberton man, uG
The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co.
went from here to Morton,
Mr. and Mrs. Sorlien of Granite Falls
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Certain New Ulm parties contemplate
the establishment of a pop factory at
Inspector Bunker will inspect the
militia company at this place on the
28th of May. %m*t%mkW W
H. S. Kennedy, representative or the
Southern Millers' Association, was in
H. L. Blethen will occupy the resi
dence that Ernst Wicherski will build
on State Street. *r.-* t'~
Yf Anton Loesch of this city has been
employed in the butchershop of
Walters in Fairfax.
Rev. Friedmann, a student in the col
lege, and Mrs. Dan Dingier will be
married on the 17th. •$
Ernst Brandt Jr. has gone to Manka
to to accept a position in one of the
German newspaper offices.
Geo. Francisco, a miller of Blue
Earth City, spent Thursday here, look
ing over the various mills.
A large barn will be built to the rear
of B. Behnke & Co.'s store for use by
Albert Behnke in his veterinary work.
Geo. W. Somerville represented
Brown county at the Republican League
gathering in Minneapolis last Wednes
Wm. Edwards has been granted a
pension of $8 per month ander the oldstrange
law through the agency of A. Blan
Chas. Schroder of Courtland has re
turned from his North Nakota trip but
will remove to that state in the fall to
The Demociatic club has elected Fred
Pfaender president, O. C. Strickler,
vice president, A. Steinhauser secretary
and W E. Kochtieasurer.
Dr. Wells, whose wit and eloquence
eieated such a fiuore in the Minneapo
lis Chtistian Endeavor Convention, will
lecture in New Ulm in May.
The confact for bculding aD addition
to the Congregational church will be
let to-monow. The addition will be
26 37 teet and will cost $1,500.
Springfield is pushing ahead rapidly.
The latest improve ment decided upon
is a bi'ek block thiee stones high and
110 100 feet, to bo used as a hotel and
The Vetter House Fairfax is ?et
on file by incendiaries on last rue-day
night, who while the excitement lasted,
made an effort to biuglarize se eral
stores and private residences.
T. Crone and wife will take a trip to
the Paciic Coast the latter part of this
month. They will go by way of the
Union Pacific, returning after an ab
sence of six weeks over the Northern
The school board on Friday evening
decided to erect anew school building
in the section of town surrounding the
depot. The building proposed by Prof.
Nix will be 29x50 feet, of brick and on
ly one story.
An interesting enteitainment was giv
en bv the Ladies' Society at Turner
Hall on Sunday evening, consisting of
musical recitals, readings and a one
act theatre. At the conclusion of the
programme dancing was indulged in.
The St. James Plaiudealer gives cur
rency to the report that Mr. B. C. San
born of the Madeha Times was last
week arrested for cruelty to animals,
the charge being that he allowed his
stock to go without food until two had
died and another was unable to rise.
Officials of the Northwestern road to
the number of three, concluding Gen.
were here Monday and selec
ted the site for the new depot. Being un
able to secure the track grounds desired
they have changed the location to First
South and the depot will be built there
before the first of August. It will cost
in the neighborhood of $18,000.
Mrs. Jahnke, mother of Fred Jahnke
of Cottonwood and sister of Peter Sobe
rer of this city died at her home in the
former town on Thursday at the ad-Jos
vanced age of 96 years. She was one
of the earliest settlers in Brown county
and almost up to the time of her death
was in possession of excellent health.
The funeral was held on Saturday and
among those in attendance was Mrs.
Huber of Minneapolis. f||f
A row occui red in the saloon on the
corner of Broadway and First North
Streets late Sunday night and to
judge from the reports it must
have been- shameful. Why the
authorities havejiothing to say on the
matter is strange and stranger still is
the fact that an effort is always made to
hush such things up.x It cannot be that
circumstances make such conduct in
the proprietors of these places legiti
M. Sehlnch of Lone Tree Lake fel
from a wagpn in Morgan on Saturday
and sustained severe internal injuries.
Dr. Strickler of this city was summoned
and ^ipon arriving at the injured man's
home found him in a verv critical con
dition. It is doubtful if he can liye.
The edict went forth on Monday that
*he stoek-yards, the coal and ice sheds
of the railroad company and all the
sheds of the mills must be removed by
July 1st to make room for two newcitement
tracks. This will compel an expenditure
of about $2,000 by each of the mills for
new sheds. Building will therefore be
active ia that section of town all sum
The Wihthrop Mill was destroyec by
fire early Thursday morning and the on
ly buildings saved were the coal sheds
and an empty warehouse. The fire was
discovered at about 1:45 o'clock, but by
that time was burning inside from top
to bottom. The mill was owned by
Klossner Bros, and B. F. Kiesling,
formerly of this city, and was elected
in 1886. The total loss on building,
machinery, grain and flour is about
covered by insurance to the ex
tent of $22,000.- I
Edward Newmann,former]y of Brown
county, has the plans drawn up for his
new brick block, opposite Sinclair Bros,
store on North Ave. It will be
brick, veneered, plate glass front, 52x
60 feet, full size basement and two stor
ies high. Onejhalf the block has alrea
dy been'rented to Nyberg is Jensen for
a furniture store and the other half will
proDably be occupied by the owner for
a saloon. The building will be one" of
the best and most imposing in town,—
It was 35 years ago this week that the
families of the first settlers in New Ulm
started out from* Cincinnati and came
west to cast their lot in a new and
land. Going by boat down the
Ohio riyer, stopping at St, Louis and
then coming slowly north to St. Paul
and down the Minnesota to where our
beautiful little city is now located they
were just a month on the road and the
memories of that trip will always be
fresh in their minds. Very tew of
those who formed that party are nowS3
residing in New Ulm, but to conveue
with those who have remained here
through thirty-five years of thiilling
experiences is inteiestmg indeed.
Rev.tE, E. Kummer, the noionous
Sibley county preacher, who visited
New Ulm once and threatened to bung
legal proceedings against ceitdin New
Ulm preachets, winding up his vu.it
with somewhat hilauous conduct. ha»
commenced suit against Messrs Hei
man F. Ottin, Herman Prahl, Aug. 0&
terman, Fred Kusske, Francis Cddwell,
William Dretchko, Jacob Geib, Charles
Woehler and John C. Stover, on the
grounds of unlawful ejectment liom his
parish residence, and the depuvationof
his allegpd possession. The case will
come up for hearing at the spring term
of the United States Distuct court to be
held in the city of Mankato. Willrecb
& Lambeit, of St. Paul, will appear for
the plaintiff, and Messrs. Peck.Leeman,
and McKenzie, for the defendants.
Col. Bobleter was feeling somewhat
downcast yesterday over the loss of the
Capitol Bowling club badge, although
he still had left the Pi ess Bowling club
badge, which was pinned to his magna*
nimous left breast. Wednesday after
noon as the colonel's horse and bug2)T
were standing near the capitol a laundrv
team came dashing aloug the street add
crashed into the Colonel's iigTsmashmg
his ouga\, not injuring the hoise in the
least. The animal, being the property
ot a colonel.isused to war's alarms,and
made no attempts to run, bat the colo
nel,supposing his wife to be in the bug
gy,was considerably excited and rushed
to the rescue. Mrs. Bobleter had seen
the impending collision, and had wisely
stepped down and out. By the time
the colonel had restored some order
from the wreck he found the gold bidge
of the Capitol club was gone.—St. Paul
Dispatch of Friday.
A well-attended caucus of Republi
can voters was held at Turner Hall on
Thursday evening for the purpose of
electing delegates to attend the conven
tion at Sleepy Eye on the 18th. Peter
Scherer presided oyer the meeting while
A, F. Keim acted as secretary. After
the call was read Mr. Roos suggested
that the delegates be selected by wards
and this was done with the following
results: First ward, C. L. Roos, C. W.
A. Krook and C. H. Hornburg, dele
gates John Larson, L. G. Vogel and
A. Eckstein as alternates Second
ward, T. Crone, Jacob Klossner and F.
W. Johnson, delegates, and C.F.Ruem
ke, F. Burg and Geo. Boock as alter
nates Third Ward, Henry Hansehen,
E. G. Koch and F. Burg jr., delegates,
with power to appoint substitutes.After
the caucus, a meeting of the Republi
can club was held and it was evident
from the interest taken that a deter
mined effort is to be made this year to
place New Ulm unmistakaoly in the
Republican column. The following
gentlemen have already been selected
to do active work: G, Schmidt, S. D.
Peterson, L. G, Vogel, H. D. Beuss
mann, Herman Schapekahm, Burg,
L. B. Krook and A. F. Reim. Many
new members enlisted in the club work
and the campaign promises to be just
as successful and enthusiastic as that
two years ago.
IT IS MAYO E. KOC NOW
Tie' iron-Tartisan Ticket l&ets with but
Prank beats Schmidt, Eudolphi does up
Schnmcker and Steinhauser knocks,*
Yesterday was election day and ow
ing to the unfavorable weather no
was noticeable. Electioneer
ing was dispensed with except in the
Third ward, and the new system proved
yery satisfactory. The result was as
follows:^ c- «*&,„. jigi&
E. G. Koch^. ?WTF £*¥?t504
L. Schilling 493
H. G. Mueller
vV "S Justices.
A. BfancharH 452
Jacob Nix '"'*."."422
J. C. Geiger 406
O. Seiter 430
Alderman, 1st ward,
Schmidt '". 91
Alderman, 2d ward,
Aldeiman, 3rd waid.
The Maennerchor will give an enter
tainment at Turner Hall next Saturday
Sheriff Schmelz was a caller lr town
Springfield is to have a new brick
block, 100 by 110.
The Grand Army wdi gh a dance
at Roberts' Hall on Easter Monday.
The German Lutheran congregation
will build anew parsonage this spring.
'Scbleuder, the jeweler, can do your
repairing and engraving in first tfass
Wolfgang Sehmid returned from Hot
Spring?,"Ark, Saturdiy evening much
improved in health. $*|S
John Schmelz has opened 1* grocery
store in H. Knudson's building He al
carries a large line of ciockery and
Qtu^e a number fiom here will attend
the ent«ntainment to be given by the
New Ulm Maenneichor at Turner Hall
ne\t ^itiuday evening.
An e-tab'ishment for manufacturing
pop and cider, is to be opened here
Spnngiitld and New Ulm parties are
m'-eiested ID the move.
Fiibt class bicycles at reasonable
puces can be bad of Wagner & Saver
The Racine, is.. Refrigerators are
sold by Klossner & Mueller. They are
the best in the market.
You must positively, go to Wagner
& Savenen and look over their sprinc
line of carpets and wall paper.
You will mi-.s it, it you do
not buv your carpets and wjll paper
from Wagner & Saverien.
Order your Safety BiCvcle now of
Wagner &Saveiien and Imve it heie
when the ramv seasou it, o\ei.
Wagner & Saverieu fully guarantee
their bicycles in every lespect.
Wagner & Savenen have an elegant
line of carppts and wall papei, and in
vite your inspection.
Notice ofDissolution ofPartnership.
gThe partnership heretofore existing
under the name of Rolwes & Wiesnei"
wherein Henry Rolwes and Anton
Wiesner both of New Ulm, Brown
County, Minnesota, were general part
ners, is this 9th day of March A. D.
1892. dissolved by mutual consent. An
ton Wiesner assumes all the debts and
liabilities of the hrm and all money due
the farm are to De paid to him.
Address "Manager" 742 Boston, Block.
One of the best tarms in Brown Co,
Farm consists of 425 acres, all under
cultiyation, no waste land, About 40
acres meadow. Land all drained year
ly all fenced. Plenty of water.
mile town. School House on farm.
New $2000 house, barn 108 54. New
inary machine shed. Grove
acre surrounding the buildings,
Price §28 per acre easy^ternjs pX pay
CLOSING OUT SALE.
7 *The nndersigned wishes to announce
that he will sell out his entire stock at
reasonable rates from the 10th of March
to the 1st of April owing to his inten-^
tion tearing down his present huild I
mg and replace it with new '**r
Sealed proposals will be received un
til 2 o'clock y. m. Tuesday April 12th
1892, at the office of the City Clerk.
City of New Uim, Minnesota, for the
sprinkling of Minnesota Street from 2d
South Street to 4th North Street, under
conditions on file and to be seen in the
City Clerk's Office.
All proposals must be sealed and
marked "Proposals tor Street Sprink
ling" and be accompanied by a certified
cheek for $100 made payable to the
City Clerk to be forfeited to said city as
liquidated damages case any bidder
receiving the award shall fail to execute
a satisfactory contract and bond for the
execution of said work within three
day« thereafter. Checks will be re
turned to bidders where bids are reject
ed. The city council reserves the rio-ht
to reject any and uli bids.
Strong boy about 18 years old to
work in Creamery. H. Crone.
Reliable youDg man for office work,
must furnish goed reference and $200
cash capital. Salary S65.00 per month.
ii« WS.I *.
g|| Address L. Fredenckson
I have a full-blood Jack stationed
throughout the year at my farm in La
fayette. No money required until birth
of colt. Terms S10.
at cheapest rates in first class Compa
nies issued for 1, 3 & 5 years by *s*,
Wm. Pfaender, Agent.
Dated at New Ulm.Marcn 25th, 1892.
Sealed proposals will be received un
til 2 o'clock P. M. Tuesday, Apru
12th 1892,at the office of the City Clerk,
City of New Ulm, Minnesota, for the
grading and gravelling of a Street alono
the city limits to the new bridge at
Beussmann's crossing, all accoramg to
plans and specifications now to be seen
and on hie in the City Clerk's office
All proposals must be sealed and
marked "Proposals for Street grading"
and must be hied with the Clerk
All proposals must state consideration
for whole work as well as tor separate
sections and must be accompanied bv
a certified check ot $100 in the former
case and of $50 when the bil is for sec
tions, checks to be made pa\ able to the
city clerk and to be forteited to said
city as liquidated damages in case any
bidder receiving the award shall fail to
execute a satisfactory contract and
bond tor the execution ot said WOIK
within thiee days theieatter.
Cheeks will be returned to owner
wheie ouls aie lejected
The cny council rescues the right to
1 eject any-and all bids.
Dated,New Ulm.Maich 28th 1892.
CjT\TEOPVINESOTA,Connn ot Brown °e
S Special Ttrm "Mu^li23d
In the matter oithe estateof Peer Guldtn de
On reading awl frhn« the pttiaon rf Nicholas
(jiuden adnimi-tiator of the estate 01 Peter Gal
dtn decta«cl representing among othei things
thit he has fuller administered su estate and
pia\mg t'nt a tunc ind place be fixed foi exam
Hiuisr ind iDowmethe hii il account of his admin
t^tiatiouaudfoi ui« di^chugeas ch adminis
It is ordcied that s-nd account be examined, and
petition heaid, by the Jadge of this Court, on
tht i-d-uth« 21st day of Aunl A D. 1892, at 10
o'clock A M. at the Piobale Office said county.
•Uid it ih .urther ordered, that notice thereof be
Srventonll per«ons interc-ted, by publishing a
copy ot this ordei once in each week for three =uc
oeasi ve ecks prior to said ly of hearing nTthe
Aew Ulm Kcwew, a weekly newspaper, printed
uid published at the citv of i\ew Ulm said
Doted at N\w Ulm.Minn the 23d day of March
By the Couit,
Judge of Piobate.
OTATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown }-sg
cial Teim, March 31s
In the matter of the estate of Geoige Schnltze
On reading and filing the petition of Lomse
Schultze of the City of Bremen, Germany, by
Brow & Schradei ,her attorneys in lact represent
mg amonc other thine*, that George Schnltze
1 ite of said City of Biemen, Germanj on the 14th
diyoflulj A.D 1891, it said Citv of Bremen
Greimany, died intestate ind being a res'denr of
•Hid City of Biemen, Germ my, at the time ot hi*
death, leaving good*, chattels and estate within
this County, and that the «nd pet tioner 's the
wid-m ot said deceased, nnd piavmg that admm
illation of said estate be to illiam Pflender of
It ordeied, tint said petition be heard oy
the Tndee or this Court on Thursday, the 23th
A 1 8 9 2 a
10 o'clock VJI at the
Probate Ofhce in eiid County.
Knd it is further ordpred, that notice thereof be
given to the hens of said deceased and
to all persons interested by publication
of tiuo Older once In each week jor three
anccev&ne «eeKS prior to said day of hearing,
the ]\ew Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper print
td and published at the City of New Ulm said
N W I 31s
By the onrt,
*y of March
,0 &RMT BRANDT
Tndge of Probate
Pursuant to a Real Estate Tax Judgment of the
District Court, in the County of Brown, Stateof
Minnesota, entered the twensy first (21) day of
March, A.. 1892, proceedings for enforcing
payment of Taxes and Penalties upon Real Estatl
lntheConntyofBnnrn, Stateof Minnesota,re
maining delinquent on the first Monday of Janu
ary, 1892, and of the Statutes in such case made
and proYided.I shall, on thefirst3Ionday,beingthe
2d DAY of MAY, A. D. 1893.
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my ofhce, the
Court House, in the City of New Ulm, and County
of Brown, Minnesota, sell the lands which are
charged with taxes, penalties and costs said
Judfeme t, and on whichtaxes penalties and cost
shall not have been previously paid.
[SEAL] LEWIS KROOK
A ». ,Aalitor Brown County, Minn,
Dated at NewU lm this 4th day of April. A. D.
Mrs. H. LaudensGhlsBger,
and tho^celebrated ar
Also the White and Belvidere Sewing kmSS
Machines. Repairing promptly attended W
to. Corner Minnesota & First South