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it. A. MARDEN,
'office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.
•W ULM, TFt MINN.
t$tii extracted without pain by the UBe of
ad air or nitrons oxide gas.
.a. L. A. FRITSCHE,
IYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Female Diseases a Specialty
'fica in W. Boeseh's New'Briot Block*
IYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office in G. Doehne'8 new buck block.
,11 L. SCHOCH
IYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
lis promptly attended to night or day.
I Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
JSW ULM, MINN.
jR. C. HIRSCH,
"flYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's Drugstore.
hen in town, can bo found at office
at all hours.
FW ULM. MINN
E. BEHNKE, D. Y- 8.
mm SURGEON MID DENTIST
()ffice over Brown County Bank. Pine
un to the rear of the building, where
.M-.es can be left for treatment
)R. L. G. BELL,
Office in the Meridian Block
EW ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
"test approved methods.
)R. EMIL MUELLER
ireterltiary %*t$toti $ QefltisL
falls either in the city or country
irinptly and satisfactorily attended to.
(fffice in the Masonic Block, Second
JEW ULM MINN.
JJR. A. KOEHNE,
1 Veterinary Surgeon.
Having treated sick animals for years
can conscientiously recommend my
elf to all who need the services of a
jompetent Veterinary. Orders may be
eft at the Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
1 OS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Sttofqey & Cotu^eloi'
Titles examined and perfected.
Particular attention given to col
I^-Office over Brown Co. Bank.^9?
NEW ULM, MINN.
JOHN I/IND. C. A. HACBEBO
LIND & HAGBERG,
attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
U. S. tourts.
•special Attention Paid to Collections.
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN LAN-
NEW ULM. MINN.
Sttof i\ey kqd CSourt&loi4
Also Notary Public and Justice of the
Peace. Collections promptly attended
NEW ULM, MINN.
Real [slate and Insurance Agent
Fire, Tornadoes, Hail, Life, Accident,
Plate Glass and Live Stock Insurance
placed in leliable companies.
Real Estate bought and sold. Loans
negotiated on farm property. Passage
tickets sold on best steamship lines to
Documents of all kind3 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.
•J Organs and Sewing machines repaired.
Office in Leibold's Block next door to
new Express office.
The aged mother of Henry Fortweng
ler is very sick.
Miss Tillie Popp is expected Jiome from
California this week.
Chas H. Hornburg is building a large
addition to his residence.
Eugene Koebler contemplates the erec
tion of a residence in spring.
Mrs. H. Roos and Mrs.C. Schmidt ^vis
ited Sleepy Eye friends yesterday.
A number of Lake Ciystal's young la
dies paid New Ulm a visit on Sunday.
The little child of F. M. Whitney died
on Friday and was buried Sunday morn
Mrs. Espenson of Lafayette has decid
ed to locate in New Ulm in the spring
Leonhard Haeberle has moved into the
Domeier building near the Catholic
Dr. Schoch attended a meeting of the
State Board of Medical Examiners last
Jos. A. Eckstein attended a meeting of
Gi and Chapter of Royal Arch Masons in
St. Paul yesterday.
A farmei in Sigel lost three horses and
two cows last week as the result of the
sport of a mad dog.
Paul Klinghammer has given up his
position with F. Leibold and is KOW in
the employ of Henry Vedder.
Mrs. B. F. Webber entertained a num
ber of lady friends Saturday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Beinhard of Illinois.
Peter Scherer Avill address the Repub
licans and voteis at Union Hall in Ger
man on Friday night. Turn out and hear
A new switch engine has been placed
in the yards here. The average number
of eais shipped from here daily is twen
Edward Gerboth of St. Paul is visiting
with his parents in the town of Sigel.
He came up to attend the Seiter-Hauen
Miss Clara Doehne received her friends
at her pleasant home onGermanSt Thurs
day evening and entertained them in a
A steam riding gallery is being oper
ated on the hill west of Turner Hall. It
will afford amusement to the children for
the rest of the week.
Wm. Alwin is back from his New York
visit and may decide to locate here. He
is at present entertaining his friend, Mr.
Johnson, of St. Paul.
M. Leary took his crew of bridge buil
ders to Watertown on Monday to replace
some of -he railroad company's buildings
that had been destroyed by fire.
Another expert is in the city endeavor
ing to transform the Volksblatt engine
into a machine that will do what it is
adveitised to so. So far it hasn't.
Alfied, a ten-year-old son of Wm.
Brust, died on Saturday after an illness
of seveial yeais- The funeral was held
fiom the Catholic church Monday morn
A. N. Faas and Theo. Kobaarsch have
dissolved the paitnership heretofore ex
isting between them as plumbers, and A
N.Faas assumes all the assets and liabili
Prof. Heller, the magician, who did
the "e\e deceiving" for the Kickapoo
Medicine Co. when here last winter, was
in town Wednesday, accompanied by his
Theie is a young man in New Ulm, we
aie told, who is so cautious that in call
*ng he always knocks for fear if he came
with a ring she might consider it a pro
posal. Funny, "aint it9"
The Ladies' World's Fair Auxialiary of
this city have decided to give an enter
tainment for the purpose of raising funds
at Turner Hall late in October or early
in November. Exact date will be an
nounced next week.
The family of H. S. Kennedy arrived
from Mankato early this week and have
taken up their lesidence in the Beuss
mann building over Ottome\er's store
One of the first things Mr. Kennedy did
after reaching town was to register.
Columbus Day will be observed in all
of the rooms of the public schools on a
^eek fiom Friday. For the first time in
the history of the schools the parents of
the children will be invited to visit the
schools together and witness the exerci
Brown countj is to be favored with a
visit from another of Minnesota's ablest
men, Hon. Moses E. Clapp. This elo
quent and popular orator will speak in
SleejyyEye on the evening of the 19th and
in Springfield on the evening of the 20th.
Large audiences are sure to greet him.
A Republican glee club has been or
ganized and will hold its first meeting
this evening at the Lutheran school build
ing. The members composing the elub
are os. A. Eckstein, leader, Wm. Blauert,
Alf. Vogel, A. Ottomeyer, Geo. Boock,
Adolph and Rudolph Alwin, Fred Vogel
pohl and Chas. Hornburg.
com Chaska Sate
Mrs. M.'Zschunke.has moved into her
M. Mullen and O. C. Smckler w^nt to
St. Paul Mondays^ :v
Simon Wellner of Lafayette wiTT rent
his farm and move to town.
T. Crone will leave this week for Cali
fornia to remain over winter.-t-|§lp|
John Lind came home from the north
ern part of the State Saturday evening.
W. A. Hubbard was called to Spring
field list Saturday to ^attend a sick
brother. -***. -%, "¥%/"%$•
C. C. Engelbert, who recently returned
from Washington, haar purchased, the
Ohme farm in Cottonwood. "S~2-*J
The father and mother of O. M. Olseu
were here over Sunday returning on Mon
day to their home in Lake Prairie.
Miss Katie Silverson g^ve a party to a
number of her friends, at the home of
Mr. andMrs. Silverson Saturday eAening.
Robert Sdinpson, who has been spend
ing the summer with Jacob Klossner, re
turned to his Minneapolis home on Wed
Company A will leave for Chicago
next week. The boys have lecently been
furnished with new unifoims and army
The railroad company aie placing a
deep-well pump in their new well and
will receive power from the New Ulm
Elevator Company's engine.
Mis. Fioemming, a middle-aged lady
of Milford died last Aveek and was bur
ied Sunday afternoon from the Lutheran
church of this city, Rev. Albrecht offici
Hennessy, the young Tracy fellowr who
has been cultivating an acquaintance with
iron beds and stone walls in the New
Ulm jail for several weeks, was released
F. II. Behnke and Alex Scott atten
ded a Masonic meeting in Sleepy Eye
Monday evening. Jos. A. Eckstein and
Ernst Brandt attended one in Springfield
at the same time.
Peter Scherer addressed the voters of
Milfoid in German on Sunday. Regular
Republican meetings are now being held
in that town and effective work is being
done for the party.
Geo: Durbahn was treated to a pleas
ant surprise by his friends on Monday
evening, about thirty of them having
gathered at his home to spend a farewell
evening, previous to his moving to New
One of the Democratic candidates for
office is said to carry a horse-shoe for
good luck. This is right in line with
Charlie Heideman's four leaf clover find,
and the twTo ought to get together and
sing "I found a horse-shoe" with varia
tions to suit.
Burglars entered the jewelry store of
J. C. Toberer on Saturday morning and
succeeded in getting away with about $40
worth of silver-plated knives, forks,
spoons, gold pens, and trinkets. The
entrance was affected thiough the rear
windows and the burglars escaped Avith
out ati acting attention. No trace of
them or the goods has been discovered.
At Union Hall on Sunday evening
Heiman Schmidt, middle-weight cham
pion wrestler of America, and Chas.
Moth the heavy-weight champion from
Hamburg, Germany, will amuse the lov
ers of sport in wrestling match, for
which reserved seats are at present sell
ing at $1.00. They also extend a chal
lenge to all comers to meet them in
their respective fields.
The ladies of New Ulm have decided
to allow their exhibit at Chicago to con
sist chiefly of lace and lace-workers. A
small house will be erected on the Min
nesota grounds and in this will be either
a Bohemian lace-maker from New Ulm
with her husband or two of the women.
The people of Albert Lea are taken
with the idea and offer to erect the build
ing, but it is quite likely that the Newr
Ulm ladies will bear the expense theni
W. A. Funk, who presided over the
congressional'convention and Avho, by the
way, is a pleasing and effective speaker,
and I. M. Olson of this city have been
assigned for several speeches in Brown
county and will visit A arious sections as
follows:- Linden, October 17th Lake
Hanska, Oct. 18th Evan, afternoon of
Oct. 10th Golden Gate, evening of Oct.
19th Bashaw, Oct. 20th. Announce
ment will be made later as to the exact
place and time of speaking.
Two toughs sauntered about town Sat
urday and Sunday and seemed bent on
nothing but raising a ruction. During
the day they sent a telegram to young
Hennesey's relatives in Tracy to the ef
fect that the released prisoner was sick.
This brought down two men from Tracy
and when they found that they had been
fooled the atmosphere and surroundings
for the two toughs became portentous.
It finally resulted in the use of revolvers
and fists and then the police managed to
Henry.Dirks of Springfield wasu guest
in this vicinity over Sunday.
Chas. Hoerschler has returned to La
Crosse after a two weeks' visit.
Several children of Frank Altm.uin in
Lafayette are afflicted with sickness.
Henry Hildebrandt of St. Peter i» vi
siting with Mr. Schrader of Lafayette.
Casper Blethen, a brother of H. L.
Blethen of this city, has been nominated
by the Redwood Republic-ins for sheriff.*
Prof. McCleary, the popular Republi
can candidate for congress has been
booked for four speeches in Brown coun
ty."^. These will be made as follows: Lin
den, afternoon of November 3rd Lake
Hanska, evening of same day Albin, af
ternoon of November 4th Sleepy Eye,
evening of same day. The piofessor is
one of the most interesting talkers on the
stump and every voter in the towns men
tioned should turn out and hear him.
On a week from next Monday, the
Brown County Sunday school convention
will convene at the Congiegational
church in thi^ city. The program has
been partly arranged and among the fea
tures looked forward to with pleasure is
an address by Dr.Smith Bakei of Minne
apolis on Monday evening W. W. P. Mc
Connell of Mankato will speak the- fol
lowing night and Tuesday morning a
paper will be lead by Rev. Baumgar
ten of this city.
Gerhard Schapekahm andMiss Serwma
Weddendorf weremaiiied at the home of
the latters parent's onWednesday evening
Numerous guests were piesent and an
evening of unallowed pleasure was
passed. The contiacting paities are well
known in New Ulm having lived here
all of their lives. The groom is one of
the thriftiest and most respected young
man in town and the bride holds an
equal station among those who know
her. Ther many friends will therefore
wish them abundant happiness and pros
Sunday night about 8 o'clock thieves
entered F. Leibold's residence while the
occupants were sitting in the parlor and
stole some old clothes trom a closet.
They opened a side window and stepped
across a bed where two childrern were
sleeping and escaped without being no
ticed at all. After leaving the house they
must have left town at once, for search
was made for them about nine o'clock by
the authorities without success. The old
clothes which they stole, they left ii
Scherer"s lumber yard, not finding any
thing in them of value.
Cy Wellington, the celebrated criminal
lawyer, spoke at Turner Hall on Satur
day evening in the interests of Democra
cy. The hall was by no means crowded
for many seats weie empty and a good
number of Republicans were present. He
dealt chiefly with the tanff and alleged
wheat combine, and held his auditors in
terested for neaily two hours. We had
intended to publish a short hand lepoit
of his speech, but since even the coirect
ness of these, when they appear in the
Review, are challenged by the organ ot
the party out ot common courtesy to
which we publish them, A\ are compelled
to forego even that much in obedience to
their own request.
Sometime ago the Chicago New Re
cord published a list of twenty-five dif
ficult questions, the answers to which are
to be found somewhere in the Britannica,
and offered valuable prizes to successful
contestants. The result wras to have been
announced on the 21st, but an additional
week was granted for the benefit of the
Chicago school children. Four hundred
and ten sent in answers in that time and
the result wTas announced Wednesday,
twenty-three of the prizes going to the
contestants in Chicago. Only two prizes
were awarded outside of the Lake City
and these wrent to a girl in Grand Rapids,
Mich., and to Miss Meta Seiter of this ci
ty. Had not the extra week been per
mitted, th« chances would have been in
favor of the outsiders.
"I concidor Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy a specific for croup. It is very
pleasant to take, which is one of the
most important requisites where a cough
remedy is intended for use among chil
dren. I have known of cases of croup
where I know the life of a little one was
saved by the use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." J. J. LaGrange, druggist,
Avoca, Neb. 50 cent bottles for sale by
O. M. Olsen Druggist.
Perhaps some of our readeis would
like to know in what respect Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is better than £ny
other. We will tell you. When.this
Remedy is taken as soon as a cold has
been contracted, and before it has be
come settled in the system, it will coun
teract the effect of the cold and greatly
lesson it's severity, and it is the only re
medy that will do this. It acts in per
fect harmony with nature and aids na
ture in relieving the lungs, opening the
secretions, liquifying the mucus and caus
ing its expulsion the system to a strong
and healthy condition. No other reme
dy in the market possesses these remark
able properties. No other will cure a
cold so quickly. For sale by O. M. Oi
S0ME SLEEFXfP EYEEBTS. KEPUBLIGAirTICKET
TheEeview Correspondent Widtes in his
Usual Interesting Vein|g§
Sleepy Eye has a new practitioner in
medicine. His name is C. F. Gierbaeh,
Billy Gieseke spent Sunday at home.
Marshall life seems to deal kindly with
him.- WtFM 21 &&%?*
Jack Erost has put in an appearance
at last and cholera alarmists draw a sidi
of relief. ^£SLtffMWWS:tS
Mr. and Mis. Chas. Westabyof Apple
River, 111., are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. H. C. Hess ^"tfn
Sleepy Eye had a mild attack of Kick
apoo on Saturday evening. No serious
damage has resulted.
It is said that "large bodies move
slowly." If velocity is indicative of size,
our Boaid of Health must be a plank of
Rev. Arthur Chard, rector of All Souls
church, was married last Tuesday at
Farmington. The bride is a Miss Susan
B. West of that place.
Dr. Smith of Lafayette, Inch, brother
of W. W. Smith, the genial junior part
ner of the Merchants Bank, has been A is
iting here during the past week.
Dr. Marcellus, P. C. Peterson, Mes
dames Arveson and Hodges are at St.
Paul this week attending the annual
state convention of the Minnesota Bapt
The grocery firm of Barr and Weber
has dissoh-ed by mutual consent. Mr.
A. J. Barr and son DaA-e will continue
the business under the firm name of Barr
& Son, This store has acquired an en
Aiable trade Avhich the neAV management
Avill no doubt retain if square and uni
formly courteous treatment will do it.
Some 40 or 50 republicans, 1 democrat
1 populist and 1 prohibitionist Avent to
Redwood Falls on Friday evening to at
tend the rally and hear U. S. Senator C.
K. Davis speak. Two extra coaches were
attached to accomodate the increased
traffic from Sleepy Eye, Evan and Mor
gan, The rally was an enthusiastic suc
A wave of plug hatitude has struck
our town. Grandpa's hats can be seen
at frequent intervals bobbing midst the
"maddening throng," with here and
there a Cleveland tile. The pops appear
to have no characteristic capillary tegu
The new bank opens the 15th.
J, J. Ray Avas in New Ulm on Mon
Mr.Ed Bahe left Friday to spend a few
days at Redwood Falls.
Seats have been oi deied for the neAv
school department, which A\ill be opened
the first of November.
Mi. Com ad Zonka is erecting a irame
dwelling house on the lot recently pur
chased of W. H. ROAVC.
Mr. Chas. Cutting of Sleepy Eve, can
didate for county superintendent of
schools on the People's Party ticket,was
in town Satuiday.
The Misses Jennie and Annie Roth en
teitained a party of young people, at
their home Saturday eAening. A highly
enjoyable time is reported.
We undeistand that Willie Anderson
has engaged to teach a winter teim of
school in Sigel toAvnship. This is Wilie's
first teaching and he has our best Avishes
for his success.
The addiess by Professor Tipton on
Friday evening was listened to by a large
and attentive audience. His topic of dis
cussion Avas the tariff, and by Aveaving in
a bit of humor here and there, he made
this generally considered dry subject
Rev. R. S. D. Preston intends leaving
Springfield soon, having resigned his po
sition as pastor of the Congregational
Church. Mr. Preston is a A'ery able man
in the pulpit and is popular among al
most all denominations. We are very
sorry to lose him and feel confident that
it will be some time before another Avill
be found who can fill the position as Avell
as he does.
Mr. Henry Ohlsen and Miss Laura Em
mersen, both of this place, were united
in the bonds of matrimony last evening
at 8 o'clock, at the German Lutheran
Church, Rev. Gaushau of Good Thunder
officiating. After the ceremony a recep
tion was given by the parents of the bride.
Many elegant piesents were received by
the happy couple, which go to show the
high esteem in which they held by their
The Springfield Choral Socie'ty held
its first meeting since the summer vaca
tion in the public school building last
Tuesday evening.*The folloAving officers
were elected* L. E. Covell, president
Edgar Elliot, secretary Carrie Enerson,
treasurer Lillian Anderson, leader and
Jennie Burns organist. This society
which was organized about eight months
ago now has a membership of more than
thirty. It was organized for the purpose
of improving its members in musi
cal ability and all declare themselves
profited by the instruction received. We
hope it will prove as beneScial in the fu
ture as it has in the past.
t-1 KNUTE NELSONS
For Lieutenant Governor
7f?"£por Secretary of State
^f F. P. BROWN. ^C
I 2 *TJ^-" For Treasurer,
t-C JOSEPH BOBLETERJ
For Attorney General,
H. W. CHILDS.
For Supreme Court Justices.
D. A. DICKINSON.
C. E. VANDERBURGH
J. T. McCLEARY.
L. B. KROOK.
For Register of Deeds
A. F. WALTON,
For Judge of Probate,
G. A. SPELLBRINK
For Countv Attorney
JOS. A. ECKSTEIN
Foi Superintendent of Schools.
L. G. DAVIS,
J. W. B. WELLCOME. JR.
For Court Commissioner
E. G. KOCH.
Caid of Thanks.
We hereby express our heartfelt thanks
for the kind attention S1IOA\ us by sym
pathizing friends and Sisters of St. Alex
ander hospital in the late bereavement
occasioned by the sickness and death of
our beloved husband and father, Bern
Anna Baumgartner and children.
A Lady's GoldWatch valued at $30 wil
be presented by F. W. Hauenstein the
Jeweler, to Avhoever guesses nearest to
the plurality of the next President of
the United States.
NOTE Fill out aboA and either mail
or hand your slip in a sealed envelope
marked "Presidential Guess" to above
named Jeweler A\ ho will take charge of
same until the official returns of Novem
ber election aie in and Avill then na\ ertise
a set day on Avhich all en elopes will be
opened by a chosen number of ladies or
gentlemen at his store. 1 h« Avatch can be
seen at the Jew elry store of F. W. Hauen
stein No. 9. Masonic Block.
The undeisigned AVill sell at public
auction at his farm in the TOA\ of Cot
tonwood, 4£ miles from New Ulm, on
October 22d, 1092, commencing at 10
a. m., five horses, 14 head of cattle, farm
ing implements of eArery variety and
household goods and furniture.
FARM FOR SALE
I offer my farm for sale at a leasona
able price. It consists of 131 aries with
^ood buildings and Avell and four acres
of fine timber, gjown under cultivation.
The farm is located half a mile from the
Linden and twelve miles south of NCAV
Ulm. Call on me for particulars.
John O. Pladsen.
STEAM RIDING GALLERY.
There Avill be a steam swing running
west of Turner Hall this evening. Ever
body come and see us. It costs but five
cents to ride.
Steam Riding GallervCo,
Sunday October the 16th 1892.
Afternoon free Lunch and music.
In the evening GRAND BALL!
Admission 35 cetns. Everybody is invited.