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Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street^*
by the nee of
N E W ULM
Teeth extracted without pain
talized air or nitrone oxide gaB.
L. A. I S E
Female Diseases a Specialty-
Office in W. Boesch's New'Brict Block*
New Ulm, Minn.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in G. Doehne's new buck block.
NE W ULM I N N
jya. J. L. SCHOCH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly attended to night or day.
Office over Pioneer Store.
N E W ULM MINN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olserfs Drugstore.
When in town, can bo found at office
at all hours.
NE W ULM. MINN
A E. BEHNKE D. V. S.
T)R L. G. BELL
Office over Brown County Bank. Fine
barn to the rear of the building, where
horses can be left for treatment.
Office the Meridian Block
F&W ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
latest approved methods.
•Veterinary $ttitito $ BtfttisL
Calls either in the city or country
promptly and satisfactorily attended to.
Office in the Masonic Block, Second
N E W ULM MINN.
Havin treated sick aaimals for year3
I can conscientiously recommend my
self to all who need the services of a
competent Veterinary. Orders may be
left at the Pioneer Dru Store.
N E W ULM, MINN.
OS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Sttofriey & dotuvtelor4
it a in a perfected.
a a a on given to col
N E W ULM
Brown Co. Bank.
JOHN LIND- C. A. HACBEBO
LIND & HAGBERG,
ittorneys andCounselors atLaw,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
U. S. Courts.
Special Attention Paid to Collections.
E A N A N S A N I N A I A N A N
GUAGES S O E N
N E W ULM. MINN.
A N I S BAASEN,
Sttofi\ey Jti\d douqdiloi4
Also Notary Public and Justice of the
Peace. Collections promptly attended
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
Fiie, Tornadoes, Hail, Life, Accident,
Plate Glass and Live Stock Insurance
placed in reliable companies.
Real Estate bought and sold. Loans
negotiated on farm property. Passage
tickets sold on best steamship lines to
and from Europe.
Documents of all kinds executed and
Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines.
Agent for the Singer Sewing Machines,
known by every one to be the best mach
ine on earth.
Pianos and Organs of the best makes.
Sheet music, the latest out. All
goods guaranteed to be first class and
prices the lowest for the quality of goods
All goods guaranteed to give satisfaction
or money refunded.^ W
Organs and Sewing machines repaired.
Office in Leibold's Block door to
-new Express office.
Alrieh Crone has returned to the city.
«W. Seheiderich is building a residence
near the brickyards-.w^
The Dramatic Section will produce
another theatre on the 23d. & "W^V if
Little Johnny Eichmann has given up
his position in the Springfield ID\U$^^%}
Fred Fritsche has gone to the Chicago
Dental College to resume his studies.
Miss Emily Hauenstein left for 3finne
apolib Monday afternoon for a brief vis
N. Henningsen & Co. leceived a car
load of Christmas toys and goods on Fri
E. C. Gilmore has sold out his busi
ness in Waconia and returned to New
Ulm to remain.
Mrs. L. B. Krook enteitained her lady
friends at tea in her new home last Wed
Otto, a little son of Emil Gebhardt,
died on Friday night and was buried
F. M. Whitney left for Winona Mon
day morning to resume his duties in the
Train Dispatcher's office.
Rev. Blackwell of the Sleepy Eye con
gregational church exchanged pulpits
with Rev. Meske on Sunday.
Geo. Durbahn of Lafayette intends to
b:come a lesident of New Ulm. He has
lented his faim to Nicholas Bill.
Lewis S. Peck, a prominent citizen of
Kasson, was in t«wn during a portion of
the week, the guest of J. Newhart.
Mrs. C. R. Davis accompanied her hus
band to this city on Friday evening and
was the guest of Mis. S. D. Peterson.
Otto Baaisch and Albert Steinhauser
are in Minneapolis attending a session of
the Giand Lodge of Knights ot Pythias.
W. G. Ward, the politician, AAIIO re
sided in New Ulm at the time the North
western load was being built, died last
Geo. Doehne of St. Paul came home
last week to lemain several months. He
has given up work on account of his
H. M. Ball of Eden, who has been
spending the past tv. months in the
west, will retina to Brown Coanty in
about two A\ eeks.
Chas. Dietz of Mapleton, a foiiner
Brown county boy, has been nominated
by the People's Party of Blue Earth
county for treasurer.
Congressman Lind started on a tour of
the nothem part of the state Monday
afternoon. He will make speeches al
most every night in October.
Neat cottages are being erected along
Jeffei son and Washington streets by J.
Luetjen, Anton Zieher, Wm. F. Schmidt,
Franz Willinger and Chas. Clement.
Parties who wish to go to Sleepy Eye,
to-night to hear Col. Plummer can re
turn at 11 o'clock, immediately after the
speech. Reduced rates have been seemed.
While coupling cars at Sleepy Eye on
Thursday, C. W. Case, a brakeman, had
his hand crushed so that he will lose the
thumb of his right hand and two fingers.
A new time card went into effect Sun
day. The only change is in Freight Train
No. 23 which leaves now at 11 03 a. m.
instead of at 8 35 as has been the cus
Scarlet fever invaded the home of
Wenzel Schotzko last week and caused
the death of a little child, only three
years old. The funeral was held Sunday
Geo. W. Somervihe, chaiiman of the
recent Republican county convention,
has appointed F. W. Johnson of this pa
per as chairman of the Republican coun
Congiessman Lind made an excellent
address at the Blue Earth County Fair
at Gaiden City last Friday. The Free
Press of Mankato publishes it in full and
gives it highest commendation.
The marriage of Miss Emily Hauen
stein to Mr. Fred Seiter has been an
nounced to occur on the 5th ot next
month. The ceremony will be performed
at the residence of the bride's parents.
Wm. Mueller, who committed the bold
robbery at Springfield Friday, was
brought to New Ulm Saturday and
lodged in the county jail. This makes
eight prisoners in all, or one for each
Elmer H. Dearth, ex-deputy insurance
commissioner and at one time publisher
of the Le Sueur News, was ia the city
over Sunday on business. He predicts
Nelson's election by a plurality of 25,
Frank Brown, residing on one of J.
Klossner's farms in Redwood county,
skipped the country last week, taking
with him four mortgaged horses and
other property. The authorities are now
making search for him^ „. %r
Out in Cottonwood last week a war
rant was issued by Justice Manderfeld
upon complaint of Christian Kumm
against Mrs. Ubl and Mrs. Nauvitz for
picking grapes in Kumm's timber. Each
of the women was fined $ 1 and costs.
Carl Schreier is visiting relatives in
Miss Theresa Eichmann spent Sunday
Mrs. L. Anson, an agediady of JLindtn
died on the 23rd. H? if*
Emil Traeger, the New York Life In
surance man, is in the city.
C. H. Ross came up from Minneapolis
Monday evening on business. 0 1 1 3
Louie Mueller and John C. Geiger are
hunting on the Gilfillan farm near Mor
A. A. Bogen has resigned the
manship of the Domocratic county com
August Krueger has sold his farm of
240 acres in Milford to Ernest Aufder
derheide for $6,500.
Henry Crone vacates the Doehne
Block on the 1st and gives way to Lien
hardt Bros, of Winona. .,
The railroad company have appointed
Mr. Knigtlinger of Waseca to succeed F.
M. Whitney at the depot.
Francis Baasen has been elected presi
dent of the Democratic Club in place of
W. E. Koch, who declined.
Philip Katifmann and Miss Marie
Muelke, both of this city, were recently
married by Rev. Baumgaiten.
A cow belonging to Mr. Lampke was
killed instantly by the New Ulm and
La Crosse train on Saturday night.
It is reported that Morris Grotta of
Albm died from cholera on one of the
steamers that sailed from Hamburg.
Eugene Koehler arrived here from St.
Paul with his family yesterday morning.
They will remain here during the win
The railroad company has found it
necessary to put on four more freight
trains to carry on the increasing busi
Dr. Scott Searles of Lakefield, who is
well known here, has been nominated for
coroner by the Republicans of Jackson
Mrs. C. H. Helmes and children will
arrive from St. Paul next Saturday to
attend the Seiter-Hauenstein wedding on
Otto Sommer has secured a position as
assistant to the secretary of the North
Dakota World's Fair Commission at
Chas. L. Roos Avill be president and
manager of the New Ulm Roller Mill
Co., and H. S. Kennedy will be secreta
ry and treasurer.
The Brown County Sunday School As
sociation will hold a meeting at the Con
gregational church in this city on the
24th and 25th of October.
Jos. Groebner died at his home in tlvs
city Monday morning at 11 o'cloek,aged
72 years. The funeral will be held fiom
the Catholic church this afternoon.
A ministerial association will be held
in the Methodist church sometime dur
ing November. About twenty German
ministers of the Southern MinnesotaDis
trict will be present.
Strict care is being taken in the pub
lic schools to prevent the spreading of
contageous diseases. Many of the pupils
have been ordered to remain at home un
til the disease has subsided.
The Workman and Woodman lodges
of the city have kindly offered to pay the
surgical expenses incurred by Henry
Rolwes as the result of his unfortunate
accident early in the summer.
The People's Party in Nicollet nomin
ated only three candidates for county of
fices as follows attorney, M. G. Huns
come judge of probate, J. B. Sackett,
superintendent, Miss Zwinggi.
Large delegations will come from Slee
py Eye and Springfield on Saturday
evening to hear Knute Nelson and the
eloquent Bob Evans. Arrangements have
been made so that they can return at 12
John Miller was brought
Lamberton on Friday, charged with steal
ing goods from a railroad car. Being
unable to furnish bail, he will remain in
jail here until the next term of the Red
wood county court.
One of the leading champions of Hon.
Knute Nelson in this city is his friend,
John C. Rudolph. Long acquaintance,
he says, with the Little Giant of Alex
andria, has giveD him confidence in him
as a legislator and the knowledge that in
voting for him he votes for a good man.
Notwithstanding the Globe's frothing
at the wheat men of the state, as a Re
publican ring, the New Ulm and Sleepy
Eye markets this year and in tact always
have been above the average in other
towns. And yet, the majority of the
wheat dealers in both towns are Repub
licans.. ,«,** ^S^K^\
Surprise was occasioned on Friday by
the report that J. H. Weddendorf had
been retired from the management of
Das Volksblatt and that Philip Lieschof
St. Paul had been employed by the
stockholders to succeed him. The new
manager has lately been a compositor in
the Pioneer Press offices.
Frank Dittbenn^r ha&t removed
Mrs. Albert Seiter ha* returned
the Twin-Cities. »*fca*5W^BJ8i
Dr. J. H. a a S
here next Sunday.
Otto Schell and wife spent a portion
of the week in Redwood Falls, 'rf^'^d
Misses Rosa Keller and Olga Schleuder
visited in Nicollet last Thursday.
A young folks party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Newhart on
Stephen M. Nelson and Mrs. Sophie
Durant were married by Justice Blanch
ard on Friday evening.
V. E. Silcott, traveling representative
of the New Ulm Roller Mill, was in the
city several days of last week.
The Manning school of elocution has
opened in St. Paul with Miss McBain of
Sleepy Eye as one of the faculty.
Wm. Radke dedicated his new house
Milford Sunday evening. Many from
town went out to assist in the festivities.
Mrs. Hauser, Mrs. Stamm and Mrs.
Albrecht,all of St. Paul,were here Friday
to attend the funeral of their mother,
W. A. Funk of Lakefield v* ill probably
make several Republican speeches in the
county in November. Dates vail be an
A. A. Bogen ill leave for the east to
morrow on a prolonged visit. He will
divide his time between Chicago, Indi
ana and Cincinnati.
Adjutant E kstein has issued an ordei
ty the effect that the Second Regiment
will leave for Chicago on the 18th of Oc
tobei. This includes Company A.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wedlendorf announce
the mairiage of their daughter, Serwina,
to Mr. Geihard Schapekahm at the resi
dence on next Wednesday evening.
W. G. Gresham of St. Peter, F. Frit
sche of Lafayette and Aug. Samuelson of
Berna^otte constitute the Nicollet coun
Republican committee. Gresham is
Rev. Baumgarten left for Le Sueur
yesterday to attend a German Methodist
conference which opens there to-mor
row morning. Bishop Goodsel of Eng
land Mill preside.
Carious incidents are occuiring around
us all the time. For instance the funer
al of Mrs. Col. Pfaender occuried on the
same day of the year that sh« eame to
New Ulm, only thirty-six yeais later.
The young folks of the Congregation
al church held a mock trial at Judge
Webber's office on Saturday evening.
Judge, jury, attorneys and accused were
all impersonated in proper manner.
Cards have been issued announcing the
marriage at the Catholic church next
Tuesday morning of Miss Helena Graff
to Edwaid F. Neumann. A reception
will follow the ceremony at the residence
of Mrs. Graff.
A. A. Bogen A. H. Wagner and D. H.
Maguire enjoyed a three days'duck hunt
near Morgan last Aveek in which they
killed over 100 ducks. Maguire is a re
sident of Milwaukee and is one of the
best shots in Wisconsin.
Cards were received here yesterday an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Fannie
Reed to Mr. Walter L. Seaton at Long
mont, Colorado, on Wednesday, October
5th. The many New Ulm friends of the
groom will be surprised at this announce
ment and will feel like offering heartiest
Col. Plummer, the silver-tongued ora
tor of North Dakota, talks Republican
ism at Sleepy Eye to-night. A large
number of New Ulmites intend to go up
and others who may desire to go should
leave notice at this office in order to se
cure reduced rates. The eloquence of
the great orator will well repay the vi
C. Rolloff gave us one of the best rea
sons the other day for voting for Knute
Nelson that we have yet heard. He said
that two years ago Nelson was wanted
by the Democrats and almost every oth
party, and he has concluded that was
good enough for the Democrats two
years ago, ought to be good enough for
At the Sibley county Republican con
vention last week. EJ. H. Huebnerwas
nominated for county attorney by accla
mation. The Review congratulates Mr.
Huebner and the Republicans of Sibley
county as well, for not only will he be
elected but during his term of office we
know he will demonstrate that the confi
dence which his friends had in him was
The Chicago Globe has the followiag
to say regarding a recent appearance of
Max Dick, the St. Peter violinist and
New Ulm favorite, before a Chicago au
dience The talented young violinist
played with such artistic depth last even
ing that he was the admiration of 'the
whole audience. He was compelled to
respond to an enthusiastic encoref^ Mr.
Dick's style is of such anhigh order that
he can be compared to the best artists of
Aug. Krueger of Milford xriU remove
F. H. Retzlaff has placed a fine stone
curbing in front of his lots on Minneso
ta Street. sktlk'i'.Jjt 3
Gene Pfefferle, clerk in the of
Andrew J. Eckstein, has .gone to S a
to attend school# ~,
The Sons of Hermann held a picnic at
the Heights on Sunday. A good atten
dance is reported.
The trains have not been so busy on
the Northwestern road in a long while
as they are at present.
The total enrollment at the public
schools at present is 530. Before the
close nf the term it will have reached
Conductor Nichols* on the Dakota
Centnl Division was killed ai Tracy on
Sunday night in trying to step from a
low car onto a high one. His body was
caught between lhe two cars and crushed
into a lifeless heap.
Several Mankatoites. oung men all of
them, visited our city Sunday afternoon
and managed to make themseh es obnox
ious to all citizens who are not in love
with noise and disturbance. New Ulm
people like frequent visits from outsideis
Avho know how to behave themselves,
but when it comes to a class who cannot
contain their boi-»terousness, we would
piefer to haAe them keep away.
Dr. D. B. Collins, the well-know St.
Peter physician, attended the Republican
club meeting on Friday evening. The
doctor has spent much of his life in the
busy whirl of politics and his opinions
are always backed up by more than mere
desire^. This year, he says, promises to
be a grand one foi Republicans and Dan
Lawler is doomed to sore disappoint
Wm. M. Todd, insurance commissioner
under McGill, Avhose soul was riled with
righteous wrath when ousted by Gov.
Merriam, Avas in town Friday. Todd al
ways likes to talk politics and this year,
Avhen his time is not taken up with insur
a..c", he always indulges in speculation
as to probable lesults, One of his con
clusions is that Nelson's fine campaign
is going to elect him by a tremendous
Mrs. Werner Boesch, assisted by many
friends and by Mr. and Mrs. Matthews
of Marshall, celebiated the anniveisaiy
of her birthday last Friday. The old
lady has been sick almost continuously of
late but on Friday she Avas able to be up
and enjoy a happy season with her num
erous acquaintances. She is seventy
years of age now and has resided in this
vicinity for thirty-seven years, having
settled in Miltord in 1855.
The folloAvingis the new piogram for
the Turning classes as piepaied bj Hugo
Fischer. Boy's class, horn 4 30 to 6 00
Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morn
ing from 10 30 to 12 00 gills'class, age
to 10 yeais, Tuesday afternoon from
4 30 to 0.00 and Saturday afternoon
1 -30 to 3:00 age 10 to 16 years, Tues
day and Friday afternoons from 4 *80 to
6.00 Zoeglings class, Monday evening
from 7 v30 to 9 -00 and Friday evening
from 7 30 to 8 *30 ladies class, Wednes
day and Saturday eA^enings from 7 30 to
9 -00: members' class, Tuesday evening
from 9.00 to 9 -30 and Friday evening
fiom 8 00 to 10 00.
We are told that a certain father in
this city whipped and abused a little
child the other day until he could secure
a confession fiom her to a charge made
by scheming sisters. We did not sup
pose that anyone lived in New Ulm with
a heart so unnatural and a disposition
so infamous and cruel, and we certainly
tiust that these qualities of being a ty
rant and boss in the family are confined to
only that certain individual. We would
not like to ha\Te the sunshine and glad
ness of every home murdered in that Avay,
and the fellowr who seeks to bring up his
children with inhuman chastisement
ought to suffer rebuke at the hands of his
A few artiscs and art loA-ers in this
city have concluded to organize a society
for the introduction and cultivation of
art in all its branches and also to found
a club or social home wherein the mem
Irers may pass their evenings in quiet en
joyment. Certainly no one will regret
this movement and in order to carry the
idea to success our citizens should liber
ally support the undertaking. In con
nection with the club, it as intended to
conduct a school in diawing and paint
ing and as such artists as A. Schwendin
ger, Anton Gag and C. Heller have the
matter in charge the latter feature will
no doubt prove satisfactory. Those de
siring to become members should leaAre
their names with either of the above
^"Jf Ladies Jackets and Cloaks.
We hare just received our immense
stock of cloaks and jackets. It will pay
you however to call early and get a good
pick. S Crone Bros.
good girl is wanted at tne* Dakota
House to do hotel work.
rp?' ^|Lr*3For President,
^WHTEELA W REU.
KNUT E NELSON
Fo Lieutenant Governor,
Fo Secretary of State
O S E BOBLETEB
Fo Attorney General,
For Supreme Court Justices,
W I I A I I
D. A. DICKINSON.
C. E. VANDERBURGH.
J. T. McCLEARY.
O N PETERSON
For Register of Deeds,
A. F. WALTON.
For Judge of Probate,
G. A. SPELLBRINK
For -untv Attorney,
JOS. \. ECKSTEIN.
N E S AKDERSON.
Super, ntendent of Schools
L. G. DAVIS,
J. W. B. WELLCOME JR.
For Court Commissioner
E. G. KCCH.
A Lady'* GoldWatch valued at $30 will
be presented l.y F. W. Hauenstein the
Jewelei, to A\hoe\er guesses nearest to
the plurality of the next President of
the United btates.
NOTE Fill out above and either mai
or hand jour slip in a sealed envelope
marked "Presidential Guess" to above
named Jeweler who will take charge of
same until the official returns of Novem
ber election are in and Avill then advertise
a«-etdayon A\hich all em elopes Avillbe
opened by a chosen number of ladies or
gentlemen at his store. 1 he Avatch can be
seen at the JeAvelry store of F. W. Hauen
stein No. 9. Masonic Block.
Usnally indicate a disorder of the Kidneys,
and prompt measures should be taken to
prevent serious trouble
I I Diseases can be cured
5 in their incipiency,
Avbicb if neglected, may become dangerous.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER 222 KIDNEY BALM
Is what yon need. It will cure Liver Disor
ders. Kidney Weakness, Bright's Disease
and Diabetes. Price $1 per bottle. Send
2-cent stamp for book of bints, how to live
and cure these distressing complaints.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEO. CO
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