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PHYSICIAN AND SiJiltfKON.
Female Diseases a Specialty.
Office in W. BoescVs 'Lv.--ar"ricL- "Block
New Ulm, Mi:
PHYSICIAN AN i»
Office over Gisen"s
in Prof. Sehallers hou.c 20-j
A E. BEHNKE, D. V. S.
JJR. EMIL MUELLER
UNI) & HAOBEIIG,
Ittarneysaad Counselor atLaw,
Attend to Suits in alS the State and
U. S. Uurts.
Special Attention Laid to CoURClions.
GKUJIAIN ANJ S'. ANIIN'AVIA.S- LAN-
O S A. ECKSTEIN.
Attorney & Course io
Titles examined mu) t.erJ-Vei'-ed'
Particular attention given to col
fl®»Ofnee over Brown Co. Bank.«Jgff
NEW ULM. MINN
IRON & STEEL ROOFING,
JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS.
Stoves and Tinware are all of the best
make and give excellent satisfaction.
"oeth wiittou \y\'.n oy
t.-iUzni air nr nitrons' oxi^.f' sun.
QR. L. A. FR1TSCHE,
ti.e iiso -ii
Office over Brown County Bank. Fine
barn to the rear of the building, where
horses can bo left for treatment.
]JR. L. G. BELL,
Office in the Meridian Block
NEW ULM, MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
latest approved methods.
^Veterinary SUftJeofc flefitisL
Calls either in the city or country
promptly and satisfactorily attended to.
Office in the Masonic Block, Second
NEW ULM MINN.
jy&. A. KOEHINL,
Having treated Hick aiiimals for years
I can conscientiously recommend my
self to all who need the services of a
competent Veterinary. Orders may he
left at the Pioneer Drug Store.
N E W ULM, MINN.
t-.a^dles nothing but the purest-
A full stock of E E S O I
E A I E S SOAPS, STA-
I O N E and S O O
I E S constantly on hand. feli&Lv.
Standard A I N S & OILS VAR
N I S E S S E S and GLASS
For A good smoke try our leading
Meridian Block New Ulm, Minn
SOME SLEEPY EYETEMS,
Tbo Mill Deal is Finally Consummated and
ieseke G-oes to Marshall.
Ot aer I* ot.es of Interest Gathered in the
Gity by the Lake.
Post-ofiice petitions are beginning to
N. Fredr-rieksc-n goes to Minneota to-"
,dxy to open a jewelry store.
i\-steniay was live-stock day here,
Over a hundred head were marketed.
Photographer Bangs and wife wrentto
the Twin Cities yesterday for a brief vis
Lev. C. L. Lehnert was at Morgan last
week assisting Rev. Brinkman in his
N. Sorensen has been confined to the
house for a week or more with gastric
fever. He is now convalescent.
WhitelawReid Hodges left for St.Paul,
Moorhead, and other points last Satur
day evening on a short business trip.
The pay car gladdened the hearts of
.railway employes by its arrival last Tues
day evening. It was five days overdue.
itfrs. W. M. Murfin, accompanied by
Le Roy and Evelyn, went to Appleton.
Minn., yesterday, on a two weeks' visit
Marshal Greene has returned from his
vacation trip to Winnebago and Blue,
Earth City, and the sidewalks once more
resound to his martial tread.
Ole Olesen (not Gus. J. Heege's pro
duction) accompanied by a phonograph,
has been^here for several days raking |in
the nimble nickels and calling orisjris
A farmer's institute is scheduled |or
this place for Mar. 21 and 22. Supt. lO.
C. Gregg accompanied by an able staff
will be present. We farmers anticipate
an enjoyable time.
Dentist Lyman, of Redwood Falls, was
at Doc. James' tooth mill last Saturday,*!iy-celebrated
having his grinders repaired. He was
enthusiastic in praise of Doc's skill with
the forceps and other engines of torture
S. J. Race, Go. Supt. of Redwood Co
and one of the best informed men in hii
profession in the state, spent several
hours here yesterday while on his way
Walnut Grove to hold teachers' examin
Billy Gieseke came down from Mar
last Friday, to make his weekly at
tempt at straightening out the mill deal
snarl this time with suecess. He re
turned yesterday morning. Sorry to lose
Clark Barton and wife, who have been
residents of Lake Crystal for over a year,
concluded that there was no place like
Sleepy Eye and returned last week. Mr.
B. will enter the employ of Geo. E. Clin
M. Cavanaugh sports a "JobComforter"
over his right eye. He says that if the
protuberance had been the result of fistic
endeavor on the part of one of his towns
men he should feel slightly incensed. As
it is, however, he resigns himself philo
sophically to his fate.
The World's Fair social at the Gress
residence on last Friday evening was a
decided success. West Woolleegy in the
character of "Uncle Jam" and Mrs.
Alexander Blanchard as "Columbia", re
ceived the representatives of the various
foreign powers in right regal style. The
various costumes displayed considerable
ingenuity. It was without doubt the
largest social gathering of the season as
as one of the most enjoyable.
Tuesday of last week A. J. Barr &
Son,Nrrocers, sold their entire stock of
goods and store fixtures t© Jesse Palmer,
chairman Co. Commissioners. Barr &
Son have built up a flourishing business,
and the news of the sale was a considera
ble surprise. The only reason apparent
for the transfer is that Mr. Palmer wan
ted the business and was willing and able
to pay the price demanded. Mr. P. was
in the general merchandise business in
111. for 16 years prior to his removal to
this state, and with the ripe experience
thus acquired, will no doubt prove him
self fully competent to hold the large
patronage acquired by his predecessors.
His popularity throughout the county
precludes the necessity of further men
tion. Dave Barr will assist the new pro
prietor for a few months. A. J. has not
yet decided how he will occupy the time
now at his disposal. Several new enter
prises have been accredited to him but
he smiles and "saws wood."
In Re Joe Forbes: Joe left for
shall yesterday morning (fact) to
a fortnight at his brother's. After
worked the mumps thoroughly
his system, he will return and en
law office of L. G. Davis, havin
oned the idea of attending the
Dr. Wellcome has had a relapse and is
Yiow sick abed with pneumonia.
John Blettner has been obliged to
abandon his studies at St. Paul's College
on account of rheumatism, and is now at
Misses Bingham and Talbo.t of Sleepy
Eye were visiting with Otto and Lena
Baarsch during the past week.
Ed. Blanchard and wife of Morgan
spent Sunday in town at the residence of
Hon. Alexander Blanchard.
Rev. W. K. McKibben received a tele
gram from Cincinnati, O., Sunday after
noon, stating that his mother had died.
He left on the 10 P. M. train for the east.
Die Guier Wally.
"Die Geier Wally" is one of
ys in which the coarse mingles
the tender and where love is like a
mond in the ro'tgh, as strong as
it anywhere but dimmed at times
unnatural surroundings. In Geier WaW
ly, the bold mountain girl, the love of
the woman is in part subdued by the
love for the ruggedness of the rocks and
the wildness of the night which she courts
but it breaks out on certain occasions
and then it appears all the stronger and
nobler by the contrast. Standing alone
in the mountain crevices defying the
lightning and exulting in the thunder's
crash she is one thing, while coming to
the rescue of the one she loved when
others dared not do so, she is another.
The sentiment of the author in both is
intended to be grand, and to be able to
portray each with even mediocre success
is ability that is worth possessing. Miss
Ella Seitor attempted the task, a new
and risky one among amatuers. and that
she did herself ciedit, the large audience
conceded. It was a difficult role, but was
mastered beyond expectation and especi
ally so in the exciting scenes of the fiftl
Mr. Gustav Fischer as Joseph
greeted with applause the minute
stepped upon the stage. He always aits.
easy, seldom overdoing things, and An
this occasion lie was unusually apt in hi
portrayal of the apparently careless
actually well-meaning lover. Half,
not more, of acting is in the naturalness1
with which a man follows his role, and
in this respect Mr- Fischer seems to car
ry the confidence of all who see him.
The play seemed to hinge almost en
tirely upon these two parts. Other play
ers were introduced to relieve the same
ness, and in some of these roles or rather
in the manner in which they were given
there was much of genuine merit.
The scenery for the play was new and
appropriate. It helped to a great extent
to make the play interesting and the ar
tists who prepared it were frequently
complimented on their work.
The play will be produced again on
next Sunday evening, and those who
were not permitted to witness its first
production owing to the large crowd
which filled the hall will be able to do
Salt white fhjhftnd smoked whitefish,
smoked salmon, coafish, salmon and hali
but at Pfefferle & Fekscke's. *.
VOLUME XY. NO 10. E ULM, O COTOTY, I O N E S A MARCH 8, 1893 WHOLE NUMBEB 791
The much talked of, long drawn out.
apparently, interminable, anxiously
awaited, ar»d various other adjectived
•mill deal is a go for sure. The papers
in the case were made out last Saturday
morning. As stated before, Messrs
Gieseke & Son assume charge of the
Marshall mill with its line of elevators.
Dyckman, Gress, and Non Hagen, hav
ing purchased theGieseke interests in the hopes^
local plant, will continue the business /_
under the corporate name, and will span^
no pains to keep their flour at the head,.
Mr. J. D. Jones, until recently connected
with the Marshall mill, arrives to-day to
take a position with the local Milling
Co. Hon. Alexander Blanchard having
sold his elevator to the Mill Co., has
formed a partnership with Wm. Giese'
& Son to operate the Marshall mill
Mr. Blanchard's wide experience in th
grain business together with his ability
as a business manager, render him a val
uable acquisition to the Marshall firm.
On the whole, Gieseke & Blanch)
will constitute a strong team and wil
no doubt make their mill far more wide
than at present for the ex
cellence of its product. Unohoo
The long talked of, eagerly looked for
fismquet of the Knights of Pythias, come
aNhappy consummation Monday even
ing and amid members of the order and
their invited friends to the number of
about eighty, the first anniversary of
Sioux Lodge No. 101 became a matter of
history at this time. Every feature of
the event was. perfectly arranged suc
cessfully carrie&out.The cardplaying oc
cupied the attention of the company atthe
start and this was indulged until the
march for supper was played when the
entire company Assembled in the ban
queting hall and sat down to a splendid
repast of edibtes. While the "inner
man" was thus being provided for, "the
feast of reason aitd flow of soul" de
volved upon Messrs. A. H. Lienhart and
H. L. Blethen who responded in well
worded speeches, to the toasts given
them. After the supper the tables were
cleared away and dancing continued un
til about 3 A. M. Much favorable com
ment is eleeited towards W. Eibner who
superintended and provided the refresh
ments, and also tbwards W. T. Eckstein's
orchestra whose symphonies filled the
entire hall with sweetest strains of mu
sic The first annual banquet of the
Knights of Pythias was conceived in the
sense of completeness and ended in the
happiest fruition of the most sanguine
1 tleers & Naeglie had a bid in for the
feilthblic church- steeple of $5,800.00 and
Kaute & Nagel one for $5,600.00.
E. McClintock,. a widely known livery
man of Redwood Falls, died suddenly of
pneumonia the latter part of the week.
The management propose to keep or
der in the gallery at the theatres hereaf
in Turner Hall and those who have
any whistling to do will be taken care
by special officers appointed for that
Bernard Bloemecke, of Springfield,
build a brick block in that village
spring. It Jail be two stories high
ave a frontage of three store widths
The urlpe storyj^ll' be used for hall
During the year 1892 there were 514
births reported i& Brown County of
which 266 were raldes and 248 females.
There were ten pafrs of twins included
in this number wh^ch bears out the axio
matic prolificacy of our general surround
ings. In the town' of Sigel, eleven males
and three females were born. In Lea
Wenvvortli, the otheV extreme is furnished
and here four mahjj and twelve females
A surprise parti
the other evening
the home of the
prise. One of tl
sleigh bells and &
walk, our hired rosft
ride up with, him."
et at a certain house
proceed together to
they were to sur
young ladies heard
"It is too far to
is coming and I will
About 12 o'clock
the "hired man"c%me and took the young
lady home. It now transpires that this
"hired man" wasyiot such in fact but
was her "best fellow." But "lured man"
and "best fellow" are the same thing
anyway for if a young lady has a best
fellow he is a most faithful hired man.
The commissififtjfchat is preparing the
general law for a government of all
/Cities, will insert! in the general law
under prepai-atidffj a clause providing
that rio city which lias a charter shall be
governed by this general law unless
by a general vote they surrender their
existing charter and vote to accept the
provisions of the ganeral law. The ef
forts of various 3t»ty attorneys outside
of those on the commission, have brought
nbout some good a^ul we believe that
New Ulm has been protected^ her rights
iby having a representative before the
H. Pingle, of Sicollet, threatens to
bring suit against the editor of the New
Ulm Review for damaging his character
unless theReview man promptly forwards
$5, The gentlemai evidently values his
character at a very low estimate. There
are some people on earth who have an
idea that it is part of an editor's busi
ness to settle for eveiy. article that doesn't
suit their fancy. ""Anewspaper has the
right to publish news items of all des
criptions and also rumors pertaining to
news items. Kickers are generally the
class who don't take a home paper, and
can't understand that newspaper people
are under no obligations to them St
Exercise care in youjj
seeds. The proper place
small or large quantities
Drug Store. ." J&41-
get them in
tat the City
i^m^Mfi %i^i* *i
SCRAP BETWEEN TEUMMEES
Two of them Engage in a Fistic Encoun
ter at Henderson.
Arrested in New Ulm They are taken to
Le Sueur for Trial.
Upon the arrival of the eastern pas
senger train Wednesday evening, a com
motion was caused at the dep.' when a
travelling man by the name of Porersv
was tapped on the shoulder by SUmiS!
Terry of Le Sueur, who had just nlighted
from the train, and was made a prisoner.
In company with the* sheriff was J. E.
Borman ofGloversville, who, pointing to
Popeny, said "that's the man" and the
sheriff took Popeny in. It appears that
in Henderson Tuesday, Borman and i'o
peny, who are rival salesmen, got into a
dispute or altercation over selling a mer
chant a bill of goods. Popeny had
agreed to sell but one merchant in Hen
derson, but in going the rounds with a
companion, also a travelling man by the
name of O'Brien, he entered another
store and we are informed that Borman
went to the first merchant and told him
that Popeny was selling goods to
a second party in town. The merchant
looked upon this as a breach-pf contract
and sent a note to Popeny ar the hotel
asking that his order be countermanded.
This made Popeny mad and he suspected
Bormun of being the party who told the
first merchant aboutselling a second bill.
In the evening on the way over to the
depot Popeny asked Borman if he told
the meichantgabout him and Borman
said "yes." Popeny then called Borman
names that are not used in parliament
ary debate and winded up by striking
Borman full^in the face^between the eyes,
much to the disfigurment of those use
ful members. Borman got a warrant for
the arrest of Popeny which was to have
been effected at LeSueur, but the train
did not stop long enough there and Po
peny came on to New Ulm where he
transacted his regular business with our
business men and was at the depot ready
to go to Sleepy Eye for which place his
baggage was already checked. Popeny
was brought up town by the sheriff,
stayed over night at the hotel and in the
morning the whole party was taken to
Le Sueur in charge of the sheriff where
the trial for assault and battery was
had. The whole affair amounts to but
little yet the actions of both Borman
and Popeny will not reflect to the credit
of either in the business world. If Po
peny was trying to sell to a second party
(which we do not believe) then under
the existing contract he should have been
told upon by Borman or any one else.
If he was not trying to make a second
sale and Borman told the story out of
spite to Popeny then the latter should
have wiped the floor with Borman and
paid his fine for so doing.
Upon arriving at Le Sueur the com
plainant Borman was obliged to put up
security for the costs connected with the
trial which amounted to $80. This
amount was not forthcoming and a whole
day was spent by Borman trying to raise
the amount. On the second day he put
up his trunks and samples for security
and the case proceeded, but to the con
sternation of Borman it was dis
missed and Popeny was set at liberty
Two things evidently came to light in
the examination. First, that Popeny
was not trying to sell a second bill of
goods in Henderson, so Borman was cul
pably guilty of falsehood in so stating
and ought to have been forcibly remin
ded of the fact as he afterwards was.
Secondly it was stated and corroborated
that Borman made the first attempt at
getting his handiwork in on Popeny's
optics but failed in the attempt. Those
who are conversant with the affair, side
wholly with Popeny and claim that the
only mistake he made was in not giving
Borman a sound drubbing and then pay
ing for the satisfaction. It would have
been in order for Borman to have apolo
gized to Popeny when he saw what he
had done and, looking at it from a finan
cial standpoint, it would have been at
least one hundred dollars cheaper.
We are acquainted with many mothers
jn Centerville who woul3 not be with
out Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house for a\jpod many times its cost,
and are recomhi^riding it every day.
From personal experresre we can say
that it has broken up bacPcolds for our
children. Oenterville, South Dakota,
Citizen. 50 cent bottles for sale by O
M- Olsen Druggist.
New Harness Shop,
I have bought out the shop and goods
of Jos. Seifert and to the general public
I extend an invitation to come in and
look at my stock of light and heavy har
nesses, whips, collars horse blankets'robes
etc. F. J. Backer.
0 you weiap
HOW IS YOUR HEAD?
If it aches why don't you try a box
They have cured others, they will cure
you. Every box sold on a positive
guarantee by O. M. OLSON, Druggist
New Harness Shop!
The undersigned has started a harness
shop one door north of Klossner & Muel
ler's hardware store. I will keep on hand
a complete assortment of light and heavy
harnesses, saddles, collars, robes, whips,
and everything that pertaiDS to the sadd
Fine custom work a specialty. 1 in
vite an inspection of my goods from the
public. JOHN J. KRBTOCH.
Minnesota Street New Ulm.
Mrs. Sarah Pfefferle has bought out
the millinery stock formerly owned by
Mrs. Olding and will continue to keep
on hand a complete line of Hats, Bon
nets, Velvets, Silks, Ribbons, Feathers.
Flowers-etc. Stamping of monograms
and other stamping a specialty.
Embroidery work. German knitting
and Bergman's Zephyr yarns a specialty.
MRS. SARAH PFEFFERLE
A Large StocK of the Best Patterns at
PETE MOEGER, PROP.
The goods are of Foreign and Dcmes
tic manufacture and of superior quality
Fit Guaranted. „^JJ
mpire Mill Go.
NEW ULM MINN.
Daily capacity, 500 Bbls.
Remember our leading brands:
which are the best, and are unrivaled for
their purity and uniformitv.
DRUGS, MEDICWB8, MEMICALS
aishes, Glass and -._
Wines and iaquocst
have an exclusive stock of the cele
brated Tarlox and Schliek shoes, rubbers
and rubber goods.. I make a specialty
of infant's, children's and misses' finejfoot
wear and invite the trading public to a
rareful examination of my goods and
prices before buying elsewhere.