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£)R. A. MARDEN,
Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.'"
NEW ULM, MINN.
Teetb extracted without pain by the use of
vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas.
£)R. L. A. FRITSCHE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Female Diseases a Specialty.
Office in W. Boesch's New'Brick Block
New Ulm, Minn.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in O. Doehne's new buck block.
[NEW ULM, MINN.
JQR. L. SCHOCH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly attended to night or day.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
,NEW ULM, MINN.
•QR. C. HIRSCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's Drugstore.
When in town, can be found at office
at all hours.
NEW ULM, MINN
[)R. L. G. BELL,
Office in the Meridian Block
SEW ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
'atest approved methods.
£)R. A. KOEHNJii,
Having treated sick animals for years
can conscientiously recommend my
alf to all who need the services of a
ompetent Veterinary. Orders may be
~ft at the Pioneer Drug Store.
NE W ULM, MINN.
JJS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Sttofqey & dour^elof
I -A-t, a
Titles and perfected,
attentio given to col-ner
'Office over Brown Co. Bank.«^gf
IW ULM, MINN.
C. A. HABMEKO
LIND & HAGBERG,
ttorneys and Counselors at Law,
iAttend to Suits in all the State and
U. S. Courts.
Special Attention Paid to Collections.
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN LAN-
EW ULM. MINN.
?ttoi*ney ctr\d doundilof
Also Notary Public and Justice of the
ace. Collections promptly attended
IW ULM, MINN.
I have just opened a merchant tailor
3 establishment in the Leibold build
on Minnesota Street where I am
prepared to treat the public to
irst Class Work
First Class Goods
Satisfaction is guaranteed on all suits
,de and I respectfully solicit the pat
lage of the public on these grounds,
P4 WOEGER, The tailor
DAL ESTATE AND
LLEN BLOCK, NEW ULM, MINN.
e, Tornado, Hail, Life, Accident,
^te Glass & Live Stock Insurance
placed in first class Companies.
CJGHT AND SOLD
oans negotiated on farm property,
sage Tickets sold on best Steamship
Lines to and from Europe.
OTS OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED & ACKNOWLEDGED
ING- & SCHARLES
just received a splendid stock of
3pection will prove that it is the
-t stock of goods ever offered in New
and pleasure is always taken in
'ing patterns and quoting prices.
First class lit guaranteed.
VULM T3-- MINN
ipMiss Hirsch is visiting in Mankato.
The spring school vacation begins next
week. ..«_* «&£
^Dr. Fritsche* visited1 th#Twin Cit&s
yesterday. s, ££A? fclMtl
Geo. Doehne will huildan addition to
'-t. Relatives of Prank Wandersee arrived
from Germany on Monday. */"**$¥$$$.
Ferdinand Crone will make a trip to
California in the near future.
Mrs. Wm. S. Cox of St. Peter spent
Friday here with her husband.
The water-works committee is receiv
ing bids for anew well at the station.
A number of Pythian knights attended
a meeting in Sleepy Eye Friday evening.
Sheriff Block and C. A. Johnson were
up from St. Peter for a few hours Mon
John Wellner, one of the old settlers
of Lafayette, is very low with rheuma
John Koch entertained a number of
his young gentleman friends on Sunday
The Swedish Nightingales will sing
several songs in German here and also
some in English.
C. Baltrusch will furnish Ms building,
to be occupied by Baer & Seiter, with a
plate glass front.
Mrs. Chas. Marden of St. Paul arrived
here last week to attend Mrs. Dr. Marden
who is still quite ill.
An "Apron Social" will be given at
the Congregational church on Thursday
evening of next week.
H. L. Blethen will furnish the engine
and boilers for John B. Schmid's new
elevator in Springfield.
Ft. G. Evans and M. C. Robertson, our
county attorney, attended and graduated
from the same college.
Architect Heers will draw plans for
residences for Mr. Grady of Fail fax and
Mr. Knippel of Gibbon.
Mathilda Fletcher will lectuie at Tur
Hall on the evening of May 5th.
Subject Is man an Angel?
Hereafter express* A\ill be lecieved and
dispatched on the new train mining be
tween New Ulm and La Crosse.
Frank Biebl, ^\ho was taken sick eaih
in January, is now under the treatment
of Di. Han ington of Madison, Wis.
Chas. Mulvehill of Chicago, a brothei
of the late Thomas Mulvehill, spent a
couple of days last week with M. Mullen.
B. Thoimudson, who left Linden re
cently and A\ ent to Norway, writes that
he has engaged in business in Savenger.
An effort is being made to stait a far
mers' stoi in Linden in connect with the
creamery. Anton Ouren is agitating the
P. J. Dreis, father of Mis. F. W.
Hauenstein, is being prominently men
tioned for the position of city treasurer
of St. Paul.
A case in which W. N. C. Busehaid is
plaintiff and C. Schlumpberger is defend
ant will come up befoie Judge Webber
John Reai don Jr. has been appointed
to take care of the coaches belonging to
the New Ulm and La Crosse train while
in the yaids here.
The new bridge at Beussmann's cross
ing will be completed this week. Alder
man Schubeit is looking after the work
in the interests of the city.
Emil Traegei, the St. Paul Insuiance
lepresentative, is spending his spiing va
cation with New Ulm friends. He will
remain here all of next week.
Mrs. C. II. Helmes, who had been vis
iting for several days with her mother,
Mrs. Helen Seiter, returned to her home
in St. Paul Saturday afternoon.
It is quite probable that the city coun
cil will insist onthe use of water metres by
all large consummers, asit is quite apparent
that much ater is being wasted.
President Goodnow of the Republican
League was prevented from attending the
rally at Sleepy Eye on Monday by urgent
politicial business in Minneapolis.
Dr. C. Weschke and family returned
from California Friday morning. The
doctor reports a trip of exceptional
pleasure and robust health as the result.
Owing to the improvements in the
Eibner building, F\ W. Hauenstein was
compelled to remove. He now occu
pies a room in the Olsen building next to
J. Newhart's office.
The contract for the mason work on
the new addition to the Congregational
church has been awarded to Henry Han
schen. Schapekahm & Ruemke will do
the carpenter work.
Dr. Fritsche performed one \f the
most delicate operations in surgery on
Miss Madsen of Sleepy Eye at the hospi
tal Thursday. The patient is still very
weak but will recover. %Y*?J2 ^Jg£$$?
L. P. Hunt, superintendent of the
Minnesota Exhibit at the World's Fair,
was at Sleepy Eye Monday and made ar
rangements for raising the appor
tionment of that town and Springfieldrft
144ft!' -v' fes*'^'*^^''p^8,!
Mr. Lind will be home about the 1st.
C. H. Hornburg is in Minneapolis to
Chas. L. Roos will .greet a residence
Mrs. Ernst Brandt spent Sunday with
her daughter in Springfield.^^, *v%i
A. Behnke has declined to qualify as
water-works supreintendent. *iggS|||5f
Ignatius Donnelly will deliver an ad-visitor
dress in Sleepy Eye in June.
Mrs. Wm. Pfeander left for St. Paul
Monday to visit with Telatives.
Mr. Edwards, a labor agitator, will
speak in Sleepy Eye on the 30th.
H. Hanschen was called to Minneapo
lis Saturday to attend a sick daughter.
M. Mullen went to Winona Friday to
the funeral of his friend, Judge
C. A. Heers has the contract for the
erection of Ernst WichersM's new resi
A K. of P. Lodge will be instituted in
St. James on 12th. Some will attend
Miss Lottie Ostlund of Sleepy Eye has
been the guest of Mrs. W. G. Duncan the
past few days.
L. Rialson, a grain and coal dealer of
Tracy, called on our millers and wheat
men on Friday.
F. H. Behnke has bought his mother's
lots on Brqadway and will erect a resi
dence next year.
John Bartl has been appointed to take
care of State Street as provided by a re
cent resolution of the council.
The report that J. H. Weddendorf
would remove to Winona by order of
the superintendent of mail service is er
Mrs. Rummings, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. H. Behnke,
the past four weeks, returned to St. Peter
The Review appears this week with a
complete dress of new type, an improve
ment, we think, which will not fail to be
Chas. Kendall of Illinois v\ as in the
city over Sunday. Mr. Kendall repie
sent the Empire Mill Co. in the state in
which he lives.
Herman Keller, who has been in the
employ of R. Pleffd-le, has accepted a
position in the Yer\a wholesale giocery
establishment ot St. Paul.
A Rochester lamp exploded in the
stoie of Heniy Clone on Tl ursday even
ing. Theflameswere extinguished with
difficulty by the se\eial cleiks.
Wm. Kinsey, a freight conductor, was
accidentally shot while diawing a car
tridge ironi a gun on Sunday at Tiacy.
It is thought he wall lose one of his eyeb.
The rifle club held its first regular
practice Sunday moining. The following
is order of standing John Lilla, M. Grau,
G. Goetsch, F. Grebe and Ernst Brandt.
Mr. Hamilton, who is writing up thethe
New Ulm business men this week, acted
as secretary in the convention that nom
inated Ben Butler for president in 1884.
Two large dust collectors have been
placed on the south side of the Empiie
Mill. The improvemant will be apprecia
ted by all who have occasion to tiavel on
First South Stieet.
The passenger train from the west on
Saturday afternoon biought the following
people to our city as guests over Sunday
Mrs. Schoiregge of Sleepy Eye Mrs.times
Grimm of Springfield.
Do not forget the interesting entei
tainment to be given by the Zoeglings
Arerein and Dramatic Section at Turner
Hall next Sunday e\ening. The pio
gram will be varied enough to please
The Easter holiday season brought
the following visitors to New Ulm Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Wagner of Mankato,
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sternberg of St. Paul,
Albert Pf aender of the Mankato Normal
and Jos. Flor of St. Paul.
Wm. Gieseke and son, F. H. Dyck
man, G. M. Gress and A. C. Von Hagen
of Sleepy Eye have purchased the mill
in Marshall, the manager of which failed
the other day to ^*ie extent of $30,000
from speculation in wheat.
Mayor Koch adheres to his first ap
pointments and positively refuses to
make new ones. This will cause all of
the present incumbents to hold over un
less the council concludes to confirm the
appointment of Mr. Laudenschlager as
marshal. ,y -r
Among those wbo went up to Sleepy
Eye yesterday to hear Bob Evans ere
C. H. Hornburg, C. W. A. Krook, C. L.
Roos, Jacob Klossner, F. Burg, N. Hen
ningsen, L. G. Vogel, G. Schmidt, F.
Burg Jr., E. G. Koch, H. Hanschen E.
Brandt, L. B. Krook and J. Grimmer. W*
While Fred Seiter was working near
the Hauenstein brewery on Saturday a
bag of sacks, weighing sixty pounds, was
accidentally thrown from a second story
so that it fell on his neck, throwing him
to the ground and rendering him uncon
sous for fully fifteen minutes. His escape
from death was a narrow and fortunate
Chas. Silverson is east this week on
A son was born to Mr/and Mrs. Paul
Strelow last week. M&
Mrs. F. W. Hauenstein is the guest of her
parents in St. Paul. t'SPSSST'SSfJ
Richard Gerdes, postmaster of Mor
gan, was in town Friday.i ^4
Peter Manderfeld of Gibbon was a
in the city last* Thursday.
!|Samuel Stamm is now located at Eliz
abeth Town, Carter county, Tennessee.
Judge Brandt held a special probate
session in Sleepy Eye Monday afternoon.
Keute & Nagel have the contract for
buildmg^a |1,500 residence for C. Spren
£Henry Hanschen has the contract for
erecting ajnick store for Mat Seifert in
The Post's illustrated edition appeared
on Friday and in many respects was a
credit to the publisher.
The proposed Springfield opera house
and hotel will not be built unless the
cost falls within $28,000.
Chas. Schneider, who has served as a
compositor in the Review office for sev
eral months has gone to Sioux City.
Cashier Frank of the State Bank of
Springfield and Mr. Van Valkenburg of
the same village were in the city Sunday
W. Eibner has commenced work on the
new front for his restaurant building.
The ground floor is also being lowered
about a foot.
Improvements are being made in Un-the
ion Hall, which, when completed, will
cost over $500. New roof and new floors
are being laid.
Prof. Hoyer, Prof. Schaller and Rev.
Albrecht are attending a meeting of the
faculties of the Lutheran colleges of St.
Louis, Milwaukee and New Ulm in
Milwaukee this week. They will be ab
sent several days.
New houses are in process of erection
about town by L. B. Krook, L. Sondau,
Otto Tappe, J. Roberts, J. Schwendin
ger, Ernst Wicherski, Mr. Garbrecht and
C. Schreier. The building boom is moie
active than in any fonner yeai.
Mrs. Caroline Hoffman, mother of
John Hoffman, died at her home in this
city Thursday last of apoplexy. She
was bom in Geimany in 1833 and was
consequently 59 jeais ot age. The fu
neral was held from the lesidence of hei
son on Saturday.
The death of Mis. John Luetjen Ji.
occurred at her home in this city on Sat
urday evening, the funeral being held on
Monday. She was a young woman, on
ly twenty-three years of age, and as
well thouglit of by all who kngw her.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freitag. of
NicoHet, attended the funeral.
By a rule, iecentl adopted by the re
venue collectors, no saloon-keeper or
other person is allowed to sell beer by
keg to anyone except he is author
ized to do so by contract with the brewer.
A heavy penalty is attached to any vio
lation of this law, and it would be well
for all to keep this fact in mind, as col
lectors give it out that the provision
will be strictly enforced.
Hon. R. G. Evans stopped off in New
Ulm Monday evening on lus way home
from Sleepy Eye. Evans is one of those
straight Republicans who believes in
placing party before individual at all
and conversation with him always
leads to the expression of loyal and elo
quent sentiments. There is not a moie
deserving or genial man in the state.
Never asking foi office, he is always pre
paied for faithful woik. It is such men
that the party should leward.
The young barber, who stood behind a
high board fence the other day with his
mind intensely bent upon hurling a
snow-ball against the 2'erson of a fair
and unsuspecting creature should she
chance to come within reach, and who
in turn was punished for Ms neglect of
business and ungentlemanly intentions
by a sharp, stinging snow-ball from an
other quarter, learned a good lesson.
Never try to get the best of anyone un
der cover. Someone may be watching
your boyishness from another side.
A St. Paul item is in substance as fol
lows An Indian was in the city Tues
day investigating the light of his sister
to secure a divorce after the manner of
the "pale faces." This is a novel case,
from the fact that there is no record of
an Indian asking for divorce, at least so
far as application to the civil laws is
concerned. He was advised to go to the
nearest state court, wrhich in this case is in
New Ulm. He stated that his sister had
married a fearless warrior, who deserted
her the next day and has not since re
turned to his tepee. The deserted wo
man has some property in her own right
which she wants to keep from the inter
ference of her unfaithful husband and to
be free to make such future alliance as
she shall desire.
Gasoline stoves of every style can be
secured of Baer & Seiter. During the
het summer months no home should be
held at Sleepy Eyeand
The Republican county convention to
elect delegates to the State and District
conventions was held at Griffith and
Smith's Hall in Sleepy Eye Monday after
noon. Chairman Roos of the county
committee called the convention to order
and was elected temporary chairman.
W. Johnson was chosen as secretary
and A. Blanchard of Sleepy Eye, Nels
Christianson of Prairieville, and John
Egan of North Star were appointed as a
committee on credentials, The follow
ing were entitled to seats: New Ulm,
First ward: C. L. Roos, C. H. Hornburg
and C. W. A. Krook. New Ulm, Second
ward: F. Burg, Jacob Klossner and F.
W. Johnson. New Ulm, Third ward:E.
Koch, H. Hanschen and F. Burg Jr.
Sleepy Eye: A. Blanchard. Hans Mo,
Paul Jacobson and J. W. B. Wellcome.
Burnstown: Oscar Erickson, A. G. Ander
son, H. Bendixen and W. H. Rowe.
North Star: Jacob Wigal and John Egan.
Mulligan: John H. Muller. PrairieAille
J. Knudson and Nels Christianson.
Milford: Peter Mach, John Krueger and
G. A. Spellbrink. Eden: A. F. Walton
and H. M. Ball. Leavenworth, Geo. W.
Harrington. Dr. J. W. B. Wellcome
was then elected permanent chairman
and F. W. Johnson permanant secretary.
A committee on resolutions, consisting
of F. W. Johnson, A. Blanchard and
Oscar Erickson, was appointed, and then
convention settled down to the elec
tion of delegates to the state and con
gressional conventions by ballots, the
chairman appointing A. tBlanchard and
H. M. Ball as tellers
The delegates elected are as follows
State convention, John Lind, C. L. Roos,
A. G. Anderson, Hans Mo, F. P. James
and H. M. Ball. Congressional Conven
tion, A. Blanchard of New Ulm, A.
Blanchard, Sleepy Eye, Nels Christianson,
J. W. B. Wellcome, Oscar Erickson and
E. G. Koch. Among the strangeis pre
sent were James, Aiken of the Redwood
Gazette, Geo. Hughes of the Redwood
Reveille. J. R. Lankard, president of the
Redwood Republican club, and L. P.
Hunt o± the Mankato Free Pi ess.
LIND DOESN'T WANT IT.
Positive Assurance that he will not be a
Oanidate for Governor.
A Washington special to the Pioneei
ot Mondaj stjs
A great deal of misinformation has
been spiead abioad about a visit of Gov.
Mernam to Waslungton, and especially
regaiding his influence and desires as to
his successor He met Repiesentative
Lind on the floor of the house and said
"Are you candidate for governor'" "No"
replied Mr. Lind and that was all that
passed between the gentlemen iegarding
the gubernatorial question. Intimate
freinds of Mr. Lind ha\e been awaie for
some that he is not be a candidate for
governoi. He has leluscd to be inter
viewed on the subject, but his peisonal
tilends know that he will not be in the
lace, and the\ hiV\e known it c\er since
his name was mentioned in that connec
tion. Senatoi Da-\is has been cicdited
with being behind the Lind movement
for governoi, but Senator Davis has
known all along the position Mr. Lind
occupied. One by one the little fain
stories of the acute imagination arc
knocked in the head bj the light ot cold
TORNADOS, CYCLONES' & WINDSTORMS
at cheapest rates ID first class Compa
nies issued for 1, 3 & 5 years by
Win. Pfaeuder, Agent.
Notice is heieby given that all streets
and alleys must be cleaned by May 1st,
under the provisions of ordinance No 1,
By order of the mayor,
One of the best farms in Brown Co,
Farm consists of 425 acres, all under
cultivation, no waste land, About 40
acres meadow. Land all drained year
ly all fenced. Plenty of water.
mile from town. School House on farm.
New $2000 house, barn 108 £4. New
granary and machine shed. Grove
of 12 acres burrounding the buildings,
Price $28 per acre easy terms of pay
Address L. Frederickson
„JL -v. Cobden Minn.
I have a full-blood Jack stationed
throughout the year at my farm in La
fayette. No money required until birth
of colt. Terms $10.
s\g OF THE
$M}iky £j)iil 24th,, I892,
1'i£*!«L:"- CV President.
8. Exercises with bars Zoeglinge.
4 Exereises on vaulting horse Zoeellnie.
5. Exercises on parallel bars Active Turnera.
2 Bohemian Girl.
S. High jumping 1 Different
5. Pyramids Classes.
Theatre, 1 Act.
In Hemdsaermelii,oder ich bin ein
4 Dramatic Section^
To conclude with a dance.
Admission 25 Cents.
Children 15 Cents.
IS AGAIN IN TOWN!
ALL YOU SICK AND WOUNDED!
Dr. Amos, the well known physician,
has practiced twenty-three years in the
State of Minnesota, and has selected the
best vegetable medicines that*can be found
for all diseases that can be cuied, such as
Scrofulous Humors of all kinds, Rheuma
tism, Liver, Lung and Kidney Diseases,
and Coughs of all kinds.
All examinations and consultations
free. All poor people treated fiee.
Dr. Amos has been in Mankato the past
ten months and during that time treated
He was in New Ulm tA\ eh yc ars ago
and stayed *»i\ months. He has leturned
and will be at the Union Hotel, for the
next three months.
AT THE UNION HOTEL NEW ULM.
Baer & Seiter.
Opposite Meridian Block.
large assortment of all kinds of tinware al
ways on hand.
All orders entrusted to ne will receive prompt
attention. Special attention given to the mann
facture of tin and iron roofs.
Repairing done neatly and omptls
NEW ULM. ^IN N
(Established 1864 by Dr.C. Wescncke
DRDGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Books,
Stationery, Trusses, supporters. Shoul
der Braces, Crutches, etc. Paints, Oils
Varnishes, Glass and Arti-.t" Supplies.
Pure Wines and Liquors toi medicinal
purposes. Physicians' prescriptions
caretully compounded at all hours of
the rl.'iv and night.
Ivn-s & Pond Pianos. SierJmg Organs
Band Instruments and other musica.
ST\TE OF MINNESOTA County of Blown,]
In Probate Court, Special term, April Mb, 189S2
In the matter of the guardianship of Albert
On reading and tiling-the petition of A We&tpba
guardian of said minor, representing among other
things, that said ward is seized of certain real es
tate in the County of Brown and Stateof Minnesota
and that for the benefit of said ward apart of 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 petitum, that
for the benefit of said ward said real estate should
It is ordered, That all persons interested in said
estate appear before this Court on Saturday the 14th
day of Sfay A. D. 1893, at 10 o'clock A. M„ at the
Probate Office in the Court House in the City of
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 petition. j.jjlffi'
.«'•* Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or money refunded,
rice cents per box. For sale by U.
M.Olsen the Druggist.
jf8 further ordered, That this Order shall
be published once in each week.for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing, in the New
newspaper printed and pub-
lished at the City of New Ulm in said countv.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 12th day of April
A. D. 1892. 3
By the Court ^«fc^
I 4 Judge of Probate,
OTATE OF MINNESOTA, County or Brown Vss
JJInPiobate Court. Special Teim, Marcb 31B
In the matter of the entate o! George Schultze
On reading and filing the petition of Lon:se
Schnltze of the City of Bremen, Germany, by
Brown & Schrader.her attorneys in faet represent
ing among other thinge, that George Schultze
hue of said Cm of Bremen, Germanj on the 14th
d.iyofJulyA.D. 1891, at *aid Citv
Germany, died intestate and be'na: a rfcfcldenr of
said City of Biemen,Gcim..i»y, at the time of his
death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within
thiB County, and that the said petitioner is the
widiw ot said deceased, and praying that admm
iPU-ation of said estate be to William Pfaender of
New Ulm.Minn., granted,
It is ordered, that eaid petition bi- heard bv
the Judge of this Court, on Thursday, the^8,g
day or April A, D. 1892, at 10 o'clock A
Probate Office in eaid County.
And it is further oroVred, that notice thereof be
«iven toP theo heirsn of said deceased* and
«i *wi *«««ed. by publication
of this oider once in each week lor three
successive weeksprtor to said day of heannftin
the New Uim Review, a weekly newspaper prmt-
1 W in a 8 8
By the ourt, tS&xi
rr at KKNSTBRANDT**
lit. B.J Judge of Prob«