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A. A E N
I RESIDENT g^j&TIST.
Office, Corner Minnesota and Itft N. Street.
tTEW ULM, MINN
Teeth extracted without pain by the use of
Aalized air or nitrons oxide gas.
L. A. FRITSCHE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Female Diseases a Specialty.
bffioe in "W. Boesch's Naw'Brick Block
Sew Ulm, Minn.
TIYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in G. Doehne's new brick block.
E W I N
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
alls promptly attended to night or day.
Office over Pioneer Dru Store.
|TEW ULM MINN.
R. C. HIRSCH,
'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's Drugstore.
/he in town, can bo found at office
at all hours.
E W ULM, MIN N
L. G. BELL,
Office in the Meridian Block.
EW ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
test approved methods.
Havin treated sick animals for years
2an conscientiously recommend my
If to all who need the services of a
mpetent Veterinary. Orders may be
-ft at the Pioneer Dru Store.
N E W ULM, MINN.
OS. A. ECKSTEIN
jttofqey & dour\$elor'
A S W
itles a in a perfected.
a a on given to col
f-Office over Brown Co. Bank.„£gff
I W ULM, MINN.
IM C. A. HAGMEKQ
LIND & HAGBERG,
tftorneys and Counselors at Law,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
I U. S. Courts.
fecial Attention Paid to Collections.
E A N AND S A N I N A I A N A N
GUAGES S O E N
E W ULM. MINN.
^ttoi^ey ki\d Couqdilcrf
Also Notary Public and Justice of the
ace. Collections promptly attended
3 W MINN.
I have just opened a merchant tailor
establishment in the Leibold build
er on Minnesota Street where I am
*\v prepared to treat the public to
rst Glass Work
First Glass Goods
Satisfaction is guaranteed on all suits
ide and I respectfully solicit the pat
aage of the public on these grounds.
O N OP BROWN, SB.
JITY OF N E W ULM.
AKOTA HOUSE LIVERY.
ANTON WIESNER, Prop.
3 and Hack line in connection with
the barn which makes all trains.
Special effort made to please the pub-
ANTON WIESNER, PROP.
Application for Liquor.License.
tice is hereby given that application has
a made 1 a writing, to the council of the city of
lmencmg on the 4th day of May 1892, and
ninatmg on the 15tb day of April 1898, by the
ajving person and at the following place, as
ed IP said application to wit:
erdmand Gollnaat The room Of a one story
•k building, Ritunted on lot No. 14, block No.
-ort ot Centre Street in the said city of New
lid application will be heard and determined
•»ald council of the City of New Ulm, at the
Clerk's Office, in said city of New Ulm,Brown
nty, Minnesota, on the 3rd day of May A,D.
Tat 8 o'clock r.ar. of that day.
Fitness my hand aud seal of said city this 11th
of April A. D.. 1892
VL) A Lotris SeiuM-rao
N. Faas is dangerously sick. *&*
7 UIra, and hied my office, praline for lie- o1f Sleen E has "re
to sell intoxicating Uqnois^for the term
Otto Pless is building an addition
his id 1
Col. Baasen' was a St.'"Peter visitor
last Thursday. ^"^AM^PW^
Judge Webber will hold court in Red
wood Falls next week.
public schools will be closed Fri-
day for a week's vacation. K*
The New Ulm Roller Mill has^ been
undergoing repairs this week. ,.
Dr. J. H. James of Mankato Ayas in
the city Sunday and Monday.
Albert Baarsch has resigned from his
position in the City Drug Store.
Jacob Rohner Avill leave for Kentucky
tliis week with the view of locating.
Wm. Wellner of Lafayette has bought
a house and lot near the Eagle Mill.
A new race track i& being opened on
the prairie below Hauenstein's brewery.
A. Blanchard has secured a pension of
$12 a month for Swen Edson of Brigh
The foundation for the Eagle Mill sta
ble is already laid. The building will be
Dr. Emil Weschke, formerly editor of
the Review, has purchased a drugstore in
Harry Choate's Dramatic Company
will visit New Ulm in May. They are
now in Mankato.
H. C. Warnke, the popular Springfield
merchant, is said to look very much like
A. F. Rabe, the well-known Nicollet
merchant, has concluded to engage in
business in Mankato.
Among those A\ho secured claims on
the Sisseton reservation was Frank Hanft,
formerly of New Ulm.
Several of the principal consumers of
city water have introduced water metres
within the past week.
F. W. Hauenstein lias bought of J.
Pfenninger the house on Broadway in
wliich he now resides.
Fred Gley, formerly of New Ulm, has
been elected secretary of the Democratic
club of Redwood Falls.
The annual meeting of the Building &
Loan Assocition will be held on Thurs
day evening ot next week.
The Woodmen lodge is making prep
arations for a strawberry festival. The
lodge now numbers 65 members.
Thieves broke into the house of R. D.
Lillie in Lafayette one day last week and
stole something over $4 in money.
T. Sunde, who has been attending
college at St. Peter the past tew months,
is now working for C. H. Hornburg.
Editor Hodges of the Sleepy EyejHer
ald attended a meeting of the Pythian
lodge of this place on Monday evening.
Hugo Fischer will arrive in New Ulm
the latter part of the week to take charge
of the Turnverein's school of gymnastics.
Geo. W. Somerville is said to be a can
didate for district delegate to the Na
tional Republican convention at Minne
C. A. Hagberg and Geo. W. Somer
ville were interested in the U. S. court
at Mankato last week as attorneys for S.
John Nun jr. was arrested last week
and brought before Justice Nix on a
charge of drunkenness. He paid $5 and
costs for his pleasure.
John Lauterbach got home from New
Ulm Monday evening in time to welcome
a little daughter, just arrived from baby
Wm. Koch and Fred Pfaender will
go to St. Paul next Monday as delegates
to the Grand Lodge of A. O. U. W. Jos.
A. Eckstein will also attend.
Martin Henle returned on Wednesday
from Chicago whither he had gone to re
ceive treatment for his eyes. He has not
experienced any improvement.
Miss Rose Lichtwarck, daughter of Jos.
Lichtwarck, formerly of New Ulm but
now of Redwood Falls, was married on
|he 21st to Mr. Frank Birkemneier.
a Stuebe bought 1200 head of cat
tle last week and sold 450 head to S. M.
Ferris of Glendive, Montana. The rest
he will ship to Ms ranch near Pierre.
»/Th unclaimed letters at the postoffice
are addressed to Wenzel Gosler, Geo.
Guettcr, Franziska Hansl and Anton
Groebner. All letters bear foreign post
A supper will be served by the ladies
of the Congregational church in the va
cant Somnier building on to-morrow
evening, commencing at half-past five
j^ye, wn nas^
cently purchased the property of Fred
Klossner on Centre Street, will open a
hotel and boarding house, commencing
May 1st. ^^*ys*'&*?*<JJty
Schmidt and wife will start on
a trip to Europe next month.g^Mrs.
Schmidt will leave for Chicago in a week
or so and will be joined by her husband
in about a month
A. W. Bingham is in Minneapolis this
Max Hanft of Minneapolis is here on
•Company A will be inspected by Gen.
Bunker next Saturday.
V*C. A. Heers has the contract for build
ing a residence for Fred Seiter.$^ip$%
§8s|The Eagle Mill will be shut dgwn a)l
of this week for boiler repairs.*^
^Alfred Hellmann is again acting as
perscription clerk for O. M. Olsen..
Vrheo. Mueller has purchased the reisicT
ence of F. Krueger on German S re
"'Anton Henle has purchased a lot on
North Broadway from the Haeberle es
tate for $200.
Dr. Amos, who had intended to re
main here for several months, left the
city early in the week." 1
Louis Seaman, manager of the Minne
apolis Ice Market, was the guest of Sen
ator Peterson yesterday.
Jos. Lichtwarch of Redwood Falls
was in the city last Friday on his way
to Europe to spend a short vacation.
he clerks of Sleepy Eye have foimed
a union which excuses them from work
on Sundays and on National holidays.
*^The West Newton iron bridge is com
pleted. Work on the one at the Court
land crossing will be commenced to-day.
Luther Stone, son of County Attorney
Stone of St. Peter, has accepted a posi
tion as book-keeper in the Springfield
VWater was reached in the railroad
company's well at a depth of 210 feet.
The supply is ample for the company's
John B. Schmid passed through here
early in the week on his way from Spring
field to Chicago to buy machinery for his
VTh water-works committee have let
the contract for a new deep well to S.
Swenson of Minneapolis. The contract
price is $2.95 per foot.
\r May 2nd has been designated by the
governor as Arbor Day. The residence
streets of the city could well stand to
have the day generally observed.
Miss Olive Harris, -who has been
studying photography in the studio oi
J. F. Crowell for the past year, has re
turned to her home in Springfield.
B. C. Sanborn, editor of the Madelia
Times, was found guilty last week ot
starving his stock and was fined $10 and
costs. He will appeal to a higher court.
A beautiful monument, weighing over
five tons, was unloaded at the depot yes
terday. It is to be placed in the city
cemetery in memory of Mrs. A. W. Bing
The first meeting in the main room of
the new Catholic church was held Sun
day. Eighty-six children participated
for the first time in the communion ser
Mr. Friedmann, a student at the col
lege, and Mrs. Daniel Dingier wTere mar
ried on Friday. The bride has many
friends here who will extend hearty con
The two Tracy toughs, who are con
fined in jail here,have a habit of insulting
pedestrains who happen to pass by the
jail. A little taste of a snug cell would
have a moral and tender influence on
^Sheriff Block came up from St. Peter
on Monday to take Mrs. Anna Fischer ot
Lafayette to St. Peter where she will be
examined as to her sanity. This is the
woman whose children all died last year
E. W. Peet of the Minneapolis Specta
tor Avas in the city Saturday, endeavor
ing to interest the public school author
ities in a new publication about to be
issued in Minneapolis for supplementary
reading in school.
John B. Schmidt died suddenly at
his home in the northern part of town
on Monday afternoon. He was found
lying just outside of the door of his house
having died evidently from apoplexy.
He was about sixty years of age.
Col. Bobleter has threatened to oppose
Col. Wright in his race for the mayoral
of St. Paul. It seems Bobleter has
not yet forgotten the mnnaer in which
Wright treated him when the selection
of a brigadier general was at stake.
The man whe sold a load of wheat for a
Lafayette farmer last winter and then
tried to skip has vanished once more and
this time he leaves N. Siebenbrunner to
regret his disappearance to the extent o^
several dollars of borrowed moneys
S. D. Peterson of this city was defeat
ed in the suit brought against him in the
United States court by the Milwaukee
Harvester Company at Mankato last
week-^The judgment against him as the
result of this decision is in the sum of
#5The case of Schlumpberger vs. Buseh
ard Avas tried before Judge Webber at
the Court Clerk's office on Saturday, C.
R. Davis appearing for the plaintiff and
A. A, Stone for the defendant, Busehard.
The case is now in the hands of the
Hugo SeMeuder and wife of Spring
field spent Sunday hereCIf
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmelz spent Sat
urday with St. Peter friends.
Chas. Silverson will not retuijn from
the east for two or three weeks,
Mankato is to have an institution for
the cure of drunkards through the
chloride of gold treatment.
The assessors of the county will meet
at the court-house next Saturday to re
ceive their assessment rolls.
O. N. Ostrom, president of the Nicol
let County Farmers' Alliance, is an aspir
ant for congressional honors.
Miss Paula Rudolph left on Monday
for Minneapolis to resume her studies in
the Bowers Shorthand School.
Is Man an Angel? The question will
be discussed by Mathilda Fletcher at
Turner Hall on the evening of May 5th.
S. D. Peterson will appeal from the
decision of the U. S. court against him
and in favor of the Milwaukee Harvester
Rev. Meske and Alex Russel have been
chosen as delegates to attend a Cougre
gational council in Belgrade, Nicollet
county, next week.
Capt. Dunnington of Redwood Falls
has been recommended by Sen. C. K. Da
vis for the appointment as Indian Agent
on the White Earth agency.
The pestiferous tramp is just noAV a
bout as numerous around NeAv Ulm as
flies around a barrel of honey in the
heated season of summer. Why not test
the chain gang method of riddance?
Supervisor Braun of Courtland was in
toAvn Monday and stated that as soon as
the new river bridge was completed, the
toAvn of Courtland would put the road on
the east side of the river in proper con
dition and keep it in repair in the fu
P. J. Dreis, father of Mrs. F. W. Hau
enstein of this city, was knocked out of
the Democratic nomination for treasurer
of St. Paul but received the endorsement
of the independent or citizens mmoveent.
He threatens to teach the Democracy a
lesson for their faithlessness.
Deputy Marshal Peterson, of Waseca
was here last Thursday eA'ening and
summoned M. Mullen, J. C. Rudolph,
J. Newhart, A. I. Seiter and C. H. Ross
to Mankato as AA-itnesses in the case ot the
Milwaukee Harvester Works vs. S. D.
Peterson. Ross and Seiter Avere sum
moned by the defense.
A in a happening Avas leported
from Cottonwood last week in the birth
on the same day of a son in the family
of Henry Fortwengler Sr. and a daughter
in the household of Fortwengler's oldest
son. Fortwengler thus became father
and grandfather AAathin twenty-four hours,
which is certainly glory enough for one
Owing to the blumders of the Union
depot officials in St. Paul many people
who might like to spend Sunday in NCAV
Ulm are kept in ignorance of the train
which reaches this city every evening at
11 o'clock. In some manner the St. Paul
officials should be informed of their mis
take, as it is only through liberal pat
ronage that NewUlm can expect to retain
this additional and excellent passenger
The house committee on commerce
hab agreed to report the amendments to
the interstate commerce laAv recommend
ed by the commission in connection A^ ith
Representative Lind's bill. This mea
sure relieves shippers from liability. Mr.
Lind explains that shippers are the prin
cipal witnesses in cases against the rail
roads, and if they are liable to punish
ment as participants in Aiolations of the
laAV, as held in the Counselman case,
they will not testify. When the laAv is
amended so that shippers are not
criminally liable, it will stand a better
chance of being enforced.
&One of the important business transfers
of the year was effected this week in the
sale of the Fortschritt printing office by
MessrsRein & Schumpberger to what will
be known as the .Fortschritt Publishing
Company with Judge of Probate Brandt
at the head. The politics of the paper
we are reliably informed, will savor as in
the past of Alliance tendincies and will
be edited by Armin Steinhauser who is
in charge at present. Mr. Brandt has
had several years of expierence in the
newspaper business, both in connection
with the Post and RevieAv and under
his management we can safely predict for
the paper a career of success.
IrDeath claimed another of New Ulni's
old settlers last week in the person of
Wm. Emmerich, AA-ho died at his home
on Wednesday morning at 11 oclock. Mr
Emmerich was born in Germany on the
10th of June 1838. He came to America
with his parents when a mere child and
Avas brought by them to Wisconsin
Avhen only five years of age. When he
had arrived at the age of tAventy he came
to New Ulm and redded here until the
time of his death. He was married Avhen
quite young and became the father
of six children. The funeral Avas held
on Friday under the auspicies of the A.
0 U. W? and, was largely attended.
The festive bock beer will tap
next Saturday/* \*fe-'
City Attorney Eckstein had legal busi
ness in Mankato last Friday.
W. L. Seaton will go to Duluth this
week to spend a few days on business.
The furniture for the new Catholic
church is expected to arrive next Aveek.
3Irs.A. G. Seiter and daughters of
Wmthrop Friday and ^Saturday
here. sp,«iiy .-*, -m- msmf £2? zw^t^K
RicEard Kliever came up from Minne
apolis Saturday to attend the Stiftungs
fe^t on Sunday evening. -•*.-- ^-.
'Among those who attended the dance
at Turner Hall on Sunday evening
Avere the Messrs. Schade of Sleepy,
and Launiann, Stark and Snvder of bit
A write-up of the business people of
NeAv Ulm appears Avith this issue. The
work is that of Mr. Hamilton and the
fact that some names do not appear is
due solely to their OAvn preference in the
A report from Washington yesterday
credited Merriam with a scheme to get
John Lind to become an out and out can
didate for governor in order to defeat
someone else. HOAV much better if Mer
riam would keep his hands off altogether
and leave it to the people to name their
An alliance jubilee will be held in
Sleepy Eye on May 16 and 17th. Three
meetings will be held each day and the
program will consist of singing and
speaking. Among those AA'ho Avill ap
pear in the latter role are Dr. Fish, A.
D. Fends, A. D. Stewart, C. H. Johnson,
Robert L. Glasely and Clifton A. All
he celebration of the 26th anniA'ersa
ry of the Zoeglingsverein was held at
Turner Hall on Sunday eA^ening and
present as Avitnesses was a large and ap
preciative audience. The program opened
with an address by the president William
Herian, and then folloAved exercises on
the bar and horse, high jumping and
pyramid building, the high jumping of
Wm. Koch and the parallel bar feats of
Fred Seiter being particularely success
ful in calling out desen-ed applause. At
the conclusion a one-act theater, in A\ Inch
the Misses Ella Seiter and Clara Rehfeld
and Messrs. Koch. Steinhauser and
took part, Avas rendered and elicited
round after lound of laughter and eAi
dences of appieciation.
Hon. X. Galles, formerly of NCAA Ulm,
noAA of Hillsboro, NeAv Mexico, Avill be
one of the delegates at large from that
state to the Republican national couA-en
tion at Minneapolis in June. ThL
announcement comes from the Hillsboro
AdA ocate Avhich says: Hon. N. Galles re
ceived a telegram yesterday from Hon.
Frank W. Parker that he (Mr. Galles) had
been chosen one of six delegates to re
present the republican party of NCAV
Mexico at the Republican National Con
vention at Minneapolis, Minn., June 7th.
1892. The inlormation AAas receiA*ed
with great satisfaction by republicans
and democrats alike, as Mr. Galles is to
day doing more for the general prosperi
ty of Hillsboio and Sierra county than
any other man, and is entitled to eAery
honor and distinction Avithin the gift of
Emil Traegei, who is spending his va
cation here, boasts of being able to handle
dogs as ell as he does seekers after life
insurance, but an incident occurred the
other daj, A\ hicli, in spite of his claims.
proA'eshimtobeanovicein the treatment
of canine animals. It came about in this
way. Wm. Koch has a dog Avhich un
derstands every AA ink and order of its
master. Not knoAving this, Traeger of
fered to bet $5 that he could make the
dog folloAv him wherever he desired.
The bet AA as accepted of course and the
money put up. Then the dog charmer
proceeded to prepare a nice piece of
meat, but in the meantime Koch had
given the order, and, as obedient to in
structions as steel is to the magnet, the
dog paid no attention to the tempting
meat but marched straight home. Trae
ger was last seen trying the Mahomet
act—that of chasing the dog if the dog
wouldn't chase him.
Monday's Pioneer Press contained' an
account of an attempted bank robbery
at Salt Lake City in which W. C. Austin,
who at one time frequented New Ulm as
an insurance agent, played the role of
the would-be robber. The dispatch says:
Soon,after the Utah National bank open
ed yesterday a man about thirty years
old appeared at Teller HaAvley's Avindow
and presented a slip of paper upon which
was Avritten: "Paj me $250 or you die
this minute." With the slip he present
ed a six-shooter. Hawley dogged under
the marble counter, and the visitor ran
out of the building, but the police cap
tured him. At the station he gave his
name as Ed Randolph, but was identified
as W. C. Austin, son, of the president of
the Salt Lake Causftruction company. He
is a peripatetic^journalist, Avho has
worked on scores e$ papers between Chi
cago, St. Paul and the Pacific coast, be
ing last with the Seattle Post-Intelli
gencer. He has a Avife and two children
in Seattle. His father claims he is in
sane.' ®M"€I.T« &/3£
Card of Thanks. $ $
The undersigned desire to return thankslM
to all those AA ho kindly rendered svm-f-*1&J$k
pathy and aid during the illness and at
tending the death if Mr. Emmerich
Emmerich and children
Notice is hereby given that all streets
and alleys must be cleaned by May 1st
under the provisions of ordinance No
of the mayor,
*. »v 3Iarshal.
I wish to announce to the public that
I have purchased the business of Fred
Klossner and willjopen a hotel and board
ing house, commencing May 1.
NEW ULM BUILDING AND
The annual meeting of the above
named Association Avill be be held at
Turner Hall. Thursday May, o. 92, at
8 o'clock p. m. All male A-oting mem
bers are required to attend.
NOAV my house needs painting ag-aiu,
All because Mr told me his paint
was Just as good as Reynolds. But I
knoAv better now. And A\Tn't be tooled
again into buying the cheap paints Avhich
some dealers sell for the price of a good
article. This time I am goin«- to
And Avill buy Reynolds Strictly pure
House paint, then I am sure of getting
a paint that will last and give me sari£
I have a full-blood Jac stationed
throughout tbe year at my farm in a
fayette. No money required until birth
of colt. Terms S10.
TORNADOS, CYCLONES & WINDSTORMS
at cheapest rates ID first class Compa
nies issued for 1, 3 & 5 years by
Wm. Pfaeuder, Agent.
FOH ONE NIGHT ONLY
ga*ufif®Y, M$Y 14a,.
This is the second appearance ot this
popular octette in NeAv Ulm and none
should fail to see them this yeai. They
«ing in English, SAAedish and Geiman.
Admission 50 cts. Resin ved ats at
E E N I S
MAY 8th. 10th and 11th.
The plays that A\ ill be produced on
these three nights AA ill be entirely IICAV to
the people of Ncnv Ulm and the com
pany's A\ ell-known leputation makes it
certain that they will please.
Resen-ed seats can noAv be secured at
the City Drug Store for 30 cents. Get a
good seat by calling early.
SUNDAY EVE, MA 1st.
A new floor has just been l.ud in the hall and
everjbodj is united to aitend.
ST \TE OF MINNESOTA Countvof Brown 1 ss.
In Probate Court, Special term, April l_th, 1892.
In the matter of be guardianship of Albeit
On reading and filing the petition of A Weotpha
guardian of said minor, representing among other
things, that said ward is seized of certain real es
tate the County of Brown and State of Minnesota
and that for the benefit of said ward a part of the
same should he 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
It is ordered, That all persons interested in said
estate appear before this Court on Saturday the 14th
day of May A. D. 1892, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
Probate Ofiice in the Court House in the Citv of
New Ulm in said County, then and there to show
cause (if any there be why license should not he
granted for the sale of said real estate, according to
the prayer of said petition.
And it is further ordered, That this Order shall
he published once in each week.for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing, in the New
Ulm Review, a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at the City of New Ulm in said county.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 12th dav of Annl
A. D. 1892.
By the Court
LL- S.J 4 Judge of Probate,
OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown }-ss
InPiohate Court. Special Term, April 19th
In the matter of the entate oi Jacob Kalb,
On reading and filing the petition of Augustc Kalb
administratrix of ttie estate of said deceased set
ting forth that no personal esta'e has tome to her
hands, as such administ ratrix the amount of debte
outstanding against said deceased, as far as the
same can be ascertained: and a description of all
the real estate, excepting the homestead o: which
said deceased died seized, and the condition and
value of the respective portions or lots thereof the
persons interested in said estate, with their resid
ences and praying that license be to her granted
to sell all of said real estate at private sale And it
appearing by said petition lhat there is no person
al estate the hands of said administratrix to pry
said debts and expenses of administration and that
is necessary forthe payment of such debts, and
expenses to sell all of said real estate.
It is therefore Ordered, That all persons inter
ested in said estate appear before this Court on
Thursday the 19th day of May A. D, 1892, at 10
o'clock A. M., at the Court bouse in the Citv of
New Dim in said County, then and there to show
cause (if any there be) why license should not be
granted to said administration to sell so much of
the real estate of said deceased as shall be necessary
to pay such debts, and expenses.
And it is further Ordered, That this Order shall
be published once in each week, for three succes
sive wee3[8 prior to said day of hearing, in theNev
Ulm Review a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at the City of New Ulm in said Countr.
Dated at New TJIm, Minn., the I9th day of "ApriL
A. D. 1892.
By the Court