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Mis. J. Barnceed of this city is quite
Mankato' is to have another daily
Miss Emma Hummel has returned
from the cities.
City election, occurs on the 2nd of
April this year.
Jacob Klossner was ia Winthrop yes
terday on business.
A child of Frank Altmann of Laf a
yette is quite sick.
A. W. Bingham spent a portion of the
week in Minneapolis.
M. D. Brown, the Fairfax attorney,
was in the city Monday.
A party of young friends surprised
Hugo Boock Saturday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Boesch went to
St. Paul Monday on a visit.
Mi&s Emma Corhs of Walnut Grove is
visiting friends in this vicinity.
John B. Schmid was down from
Springfield on business Monday.
Mrs. Ilagen of Sleepy Eye visited with
friends in this city during the week.
Herman Freitag of Eden was in town
Mouday. Also Mr. Ahlness of Lake
A young folss literary society has
been founded and Tvill hold its meetings
at Turner Hall.
Henry Laudensehlaeger won the gold
watch raffled off by Wm. rfefferle Sun
Wagner, Blethen, Oswald and Brust
biked to Clear Lake in Nicollet county
The Baptist concert at Union Hall
Saturday evening was largely attended
and gave good satisfaction.
Wm. Dey and Geo. Raverty of Home
had business before Judge of Probate
Laudensehlaeger on Monday.
The Hummel residence on German
street has not been rented as was stated
in the last issue of the Review.
Mr. Shannon, the wheat man, and Mr.
Foster, who recently secured a corner on
egg3 were in the city yesterday.
A little child of Rev. Seeger died last
week of a lingering illness and was bur
ied on Thursday. Rev Eyrich of Le
Sueur preached the funeral sermon.
Lt. Alt'. Johnson of the Regular Army
will inspect Company A this year. Len
der the new law, the position of inspec
tor general has been done away with.
The committees representing the Non
partisans in the last city election contest
have called caucuses for the various wards
at Union Hall next Friday eveaing at
The decorations in the Schell build
ing soon to be occupied by Henry Sei
fert are the finest in the city. As works
of art they speak highly for Messrs.
Heller and Gag.
Reno's entertainment at Union Hall
Sunday evening was exceptionally good.
His sleight-of-hand tricks were unusual
ly clever, and the troup of trained dogs
was as good as any ever seea here.
Attorney fiagberg went to Sleepy Eye
last Wednesday to argue a case for John
Schwergie against the tewn of Prairie
ville before Judge Gallagher. The mat
ter will be carried to the district court,
The neighboring townships are re
sponding nicely to the demand for guide
posts. Mr. Wagner informs us that La
yette will be supplied with forty and
West Newton with sixty. Good.
Henry Kashau, Johnnie Fenscke and
Henry Laudenschlager made a trip to
Nicollet on their bicycles Sunday after
noon. The former had a breakdown
^and was compelled to walk a couple of
Mr. Nicholas Galles, an uncle of Jos.
Galles of this city, died at St. Peter yes
terday morning. He was quite an aged
man and was one of the first settlers of
our neighbor city. Mr, Galles went
down this morning to attend the funer
Bjornsterne Bjornson is the greatest
of Norwegian literary men, and the play
which is to be presented next Sunday
evening is one of his best. It has been
translated into the German by Lange,
and those who are to take part say that
it contains more real merit thaaanjtbing
they have yet presented.
a dance to-morrow evening,:
Rev. Haas of St. Peter was here ^over
Sundav. -, .w
Louis Fritsche is here from Minneapo
lis on a visit. J-'* -%--?, JJjgIff
A singing class has been organized at
Turner Hall. *-,„.'*.*_- /V4*iC *,
The Lane family will remove to Min
neapolis'this week. '/'^T^v
Frank Nenno has in his possession, a
ten cent piece of 1831.
Mrs. J. F. Cook of Fertile is visiting
with her mother, Mrs. Popp. "'.
Miss Flora Pfefferle returned from St.
Paul Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Dusel is building a house on_a
four-acre lot near Garden Street.
The literary meeting has been post
poned a week, owing to the theatre.
Richard Baasen came up from St. Pe
ter to spend Sunday with his parents.
H. Rudolphi and wife will leave for
Germany on a pleasure trip next menth.
Miss Lillian Klossner is home from
Carleton college and will remain till
The season of forty hours of prayer
commenced at the Catholic church yes
Louis Fiemeyer of Lafayette is the
happy father of a son, born last^ Wed
The term of enlistment in the militia
service has been reduced from five to
H. F. Schrader captured an unusually
large coon in Lafayette the forepart of
Howard Moe, who joined the Regular
Army years ago, has returned.—Spring
A state teacher's institute will be held
in Springfield, during the week, com
mencing July 15th.
John Leibl, who has been living with
Fr. Richter in West Newton, died last
Friday at the age of fifty-four.
Alfred Allyn, son of the local editor
of the News, arrived here from Iowa-last
week with the view of locating.
Anton Altman, whose leg was broken
some months ago, was taken to his Fair
fax home in a hack last Saturday.
Casper Green will move his mill from
Biscay to Buffalo Lake, the latter place
having offered him a bonus of $1,000.
Lt. L. C. Scherer will leave for his
post of duty at Ft. Leavenworth next
Friday. He will return in about two
Thos. Kretsch will give up his position
with B. Behnke & Co., and enter the
employ of his father in the machine
The Minneapolis Journal says that
Hon. John Lind was to have been one of
tte speakers at the Erricson celebration
in Chicago a week ago.
Attorney Huebner was over from
Winthrop Sunday Ed. could have been
re-elected mayor of Winthrop but de
clined. C. A. Benson is his successor.
Chas. Stoeckert is now entitled to a
service medal as a member of the militia,
having completed bis tenth year last
Henry Steinhanser won the bicycle
raffled off by John Palmer last week*
52£ being the lucky number. On the
same deal, Frank Baasen won a box of
A little son made its appearance at
the home of Dr. Fritsche this morning.
The Review hopes that he may grow up
to attain the medical skill already at
tained by his father.
The following Nicollet county farm
ers have been drawn for jury service at
the next term of court: Grand jurors
Hy. Schrader, Xavier Brunner, Wm.
Gieseke, Aug. Dirks and Fr. Lammers
petit jurors, Fred Bianchi, Aug, Thiede.
Jos. Epple and Geo. Inhofer Jr.
A tramp was taken into custody by
Marshal Heinen last week on the ground
that he was an escaped convict from
Sing Sing. He answered closelv to the
description sent out, but in some manner
proved satisfactorily that he was not the
man who was wanted. He stated that
this was the fourth tune he had been,
held on the same suspicion.
The St. Joseph's Society of W&t
Newton have elected the following of
ficers: President, Geo. Inhofer vice
president, Yinzens Brunner secretaries,
Jacob Dommer and Jos. Vetter treas
urer, Robt. Altmann, flag-bearer, John
Dingier trustees, Jos. Vetter, M. Alt
man and Jos, Reinhart directors, Jos.
Vetter and Fr. BiebeL .„.
William Gieseke is working- for "Jfc
Behnke & Co.
W4Anton Loesch has gone to Fairfax to
work for L. Thiele.
Ipfos. Aug. Schell, left for. St- Paul
Monday afternoon to visit her daughter.
John Korbel Jr. was called to Le Su
eur Monday by the sickness of relatives.
?jftTho Judges of Election were in scs-
Oscar Minor of Prairieville lost' the
third finger of his left-hand while oper
ating a corn sheller last week.
The Board of Public Works have de
cided to sprinkle one block further south
oh Minnesota Street this year.
J. R. Boweu at Courtland has received
plans for an irou bridge across the
Minnesota river at that place.
Summer Ladd, teacher at Courtland,
spent Sunday here. He also participa
ted in the concert Saturday evening.
John Kienlin of Ft. Ridgeiy has settled
the Cle.jy-O'Shea land title case by
jumping the claim and filing under the
Homestead act.—St. Peter Independent.
Some despicable ihief broke into Mr.
Dahlig's corn crib in Lafayette one night
last wceu and stole all the corn, not even
leaving so much as a card of thanks.
Contemptible vandals also chopped
down all of the fence posts around Mr.
Poehler's place in Courtland.
New scenery is being prepared for the
play next Sunday evening, and the great
est core has been exercised in. the assign
ment of the different roles as well as in
the rehearsals. Such efforts on the part
of the Dramatic Section should be re
warded by a large attendance.
The Union Dramatic Section of Spring
field will present The Spy of Gettysburg
at Union Hall on the evening of Satur
day, March 23rd. Several former New
Ulmites are to take part in the perform
ance and we hope our citizens will treat
the talent of our neighbor town to a
The Chautauqua Circle met last even
ing with Mrs: Newhart. It meets again
on the. 26th with Mrs. Wtiser when the
period from the French Revolution to
the death of Scott will be considered by
Miss Vogel, and the relation of painting
to the other arts of the Renaissance by
Mrs. Newhart. Mr. Semsen will lead.
Messrs. Meyer, Heriao,, Burg, Koch,
Fischer, Petry, Vogel, Sietzel, Wiesner,
Toberer, Hummel, Merkle, Brandt, Geb
ser formed a party that went to Nicollet
Sunday t# see the animal and bird col
lection of-Mr. Bean, a young fanner
who lives near the village. Judging
from their reports, the collection must
be one of the finest in the states and
worth many thousand dollars. t%££
The talent of Ridgeiy clashed
with that.of Golden Gate for a third
time last Saturday evening. -The sub
ject was, "Resolved that England is. at
present the most powerful nation on the
earth,'* and the affirmative was cham
pioned by Messrs. Heimerdinger. Dey
ami Cutting, while it devolved upon
Chas. and Frank Hopkins and Albert
Cimmingsof Ridgeiy to present thenega
tivesideof the questmnfe^The judges
decided that Golden- Gate had carried
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*, Mrs. Chas. Roth was'adjudged insane
yesterday and taken to St. Peter,this
morning.:, #-x.".. ^jv.-^'t.^f^
The merchants of Courtland will here-:
after have their oil delivered .by team
from New Ulm. ^.
Miss Augusts Rinkel will commence
dress-making at the store of John F. Neu
mann next week.
Hon. K. H. Helling, formerly of this
city has been elected a member of the
Madelia village council.
John Sanford came home from Iowa
Saturday afternoon and left. again on
Monday for Minneapolis. -.-
The railroad company now pays its
employees with checks, thus doing away
with the monthly visits, of the pay car,
The city council decided against arc
lights Friday night. That means that
there, will be no change in the system
A. C. Ochs and Frank Jaehn are down
from Springfield to-day. Both had of
fered bids for finishing the court-house
Mr. Hilbert, Past Chancelor of the lar
gest Pythian Lodge in the world, the
Aldine at Chicago, visited with the lo
cal lodge Monday evening.
Judge Webber has rendered his decision
in the much disputed Renville county
contest case. He decides that Olivia is
entitled to the county-seat.
John Larson has rented the Hennine
sen: residence on Broadway. 'MrM
Mr. and Met H.7^.. Schrader were
pleasan% surprised by the|| friends last
Thursday evening* P^SSi *j%f
Mrs. Jonas Laudensehlaeger will en
tertain a partj^o^rjeijdSjattea to-ntor-v
a 6 J"
One of Wnr. Scheidewcb's children had
bis leg broken in falling from, a hay
stack Sunday afternoon.
Henry Fortwengler Jr. was made hap-*
py during the week by the arrival of a
little daughter at his home. -x,
-FT. Scbnobarich who has been living
tra the farm of his father-in-law, Mr.
Penning, moved to town last week...
^-M. A. Bingham and Henry. Mueller
were at Mankato Monday and purchased
a high-grade thoroughbred Jersey bull.
^Xur streets are ia a terrible condition
covered as they are by the dust and dirt
of last fall to the depth of several in
ches. The germs of disease are hidden
therein, and no time should be wasted in
The necessity of waiting for mail from
Sunday morning tLl Mendaynight seems
unreasonable. Arrangements could just
as well be made as not, whereby Sun
days mail could arrive here on a freight
early Monday morning,
Mrs. Schwerzler, aged fifty-six, died
of dropsy last Saturday morning. She
had been ailing for about five months
and her death was not unexpected. The
funeral occurred from the Catholic
church Monday morning and was large
Eugene Grossjoan returned with his
bride from Iowa last Friday mornin»
and is now boarding temporarily at
Hotel Wien. The Review takes pleas
ure in congratulating the happy young
couple and trusts that life to them may
be as one long, happy summer day.
There is talk of paving Minnesota
street. The Review certainly approves
of all such improvements, but would
suggest that it would be folly to do any
paving without first providing for sew
ers. It is simply a matter of business
economy for the taxpayers.
The Columbia Single-Tube Tire seems
to have established a record for holding
air. A Toledo rider reports that his tire
was pumped up in October. 1893, and
did not need to be inflated again until
April 14, 1894. Surely that tire knew
how to hold its o«vn.
The commissioners met at the court
house this morning and opened bids for
the completion of the court-house. The
bids were as follows: A. W. Schweppe,
$5*980 Hanschen, $3,790 Leck& Co.,
$4,348 Schapekahm & C04 $3,994 Tap
pe, $4,263 Heers, $5,060 Jaehn. $4,570:
Ochs, $3,985. The contract has not yet
A couple of weeks ago the Review
contained a report, copied from one of
the daily papers, to the effect that Con
gressman Tawney had been snubbed by
Ex-Speaker Reed. Mr. Tawney writes
in reference to the report as follows:
The statement is wholly and absolutely
false. It was sent out from Washington
by the reporter of the St. Paul Globe
without.a particle of foundation for it.
I showed the article to Mr. Reed and he
was very much chagrined to think that
a statement of that kind would be pub
lished. In fact, I dont think there is a
member of the delegation who has re
ceived more consideiate treatment from
Mr. Reed than I, We have been inti
mate friends and he has at all times gi
ven me any information I desired and
seemed to take an interest in my success
by making suggestions in regard to mat
ters of legislation in which I was especi
Delays are dangerous. A dollar spent
for Hood's Sarsaparilla now may prevent
illness which will be expensive and hard
to bear. Now is the time to take
Hood Pills cure all, liver ills, relieve
constipation and assist digestion. 25c.
The Misses Porter & Pay of Mankato
will be at the Wien House March 27th,
28th, 29th and 30th with a line of Art
Embroidery, materials, Silk etc Com
menced work and stamping a specialty.
Instructions given. Ladies please call.
Fibroid? Ovarianand other* tumors,
cured without resort to surgery. Send
10 cents in stamparfpr book. Address
World's DispensaryMedical Association,
unch "Town Talk'* Oysters, only 15
cents per can at W.Eibner's Con
How the E'ectioos Resulted in Nei^hbor
f% .ie^iriBa^rand Towns..
Tuesday of last week
election day^and a pait|al Jjsjy^the, oi
tieers chosen foliow*^*^? H^
Springfield:—President, Dr. Rothen
burg Counciimen. J.- B. Schmid, J.
Westinghpuse and M. H. Gamble clerk,
Geo. Grimm treasurer, Wm. Mueller
justices, J. J. Ray tnd W.H.Rowe con
stables, H. £L Lau and L. A. Larson. g%
Bashaw:—Supervisors, Chas. Frasch,
chairman, Martin Wentz and Richard
Bast clerk, Oscar Thor treasurer, A. P.
Anderson assessor, Frank Anderson
justice, H. C. Mallette constable, John
Burnstown:—Supervisors, H. W. Tan
Valkenburg, Fred Arnt and John Utz
clerk, Peter J. Moe treasurer. Andrew
Lee assessor, A. J. Schramm justices,
Andrew Anderson and Bert Scott con
stable. Frank Long.
Home:—Supervisors, Joe. Correy,
chairman, John Tasmer, Henry Heimer
dinger clerk, Win. Dey treasurer, J.
Q7 A. Current assessor, F. M. Kennedy,
justices, HenryHeimerdinger, James Ad
dy, Sr. constables, Alex Piekle, John
Learenworth:—Supervisors, John W.
Kolbe, chairman, C. L. Gent, Joseph
Fromn vclerk, John Hurias treasurer*
A. Juuger assessor, C. Dapporn con
stable, Albert Dietrich.
Linden:—Su pervisors, Thos. Thermed
)n, -L W. Koester and P. A. Olson
clerk, Clement Halvorson assessor, Gud
maii -luderson treasurer. P. H. Dahl
justices, Ole Jortjenson andT.Schaleben
constables, J. Halvorsen and J. Johnson.
Lake Hanska:—Supervisors, John
Thorgrimson and Frank Lee clerk,
Mulligan:—Supervisors. J. J. Schu
macher, Andrew Zwaschke and Jos. Ber
berich clerk, Wesly Mueller treasurer*
John Windschittel assessor and justice,
A. J. Schmid constable. Fr. Prahl.
North Star:—Supervisors,Peter Schil
ling, Thos. McCermick ana James Dick
son clerk, Jacob Wigal treasurer, P.
Isaakson assessor, M. J. McCormick
constable, Ed. Krueger justice, Jacob
Prairieville .-—Supervisors, Julius Man
weiler, chairman, John Nelson, Dan
Plath: clerk, George Irvin treasurer, R.
P. Johnson assessor, Thos. Foster
justice, J. H. P. Hoy constable, Thos.
Stark:—Supervivors, Ed. Humphrey,
chairman, Barney Schuller and Louie
Wipdhorn clerk, N. N. Woolley treas
urer, George Guth assessor, T. Hum
Stately:—Supervisors, P. Dickerson,
John Schultz and M. S. Wilson clerk,
N. E. Allen treasurer, C. H. Crawford
assessor. C. M. Semans.
Lafayette:—Supervisors, Wm. Dann
heim, Michael Seitz and Bernard Scheff
ler clerK,. Jos. Diepolder treasurer,
Jos. Traurig assessor, Jos. Simmet jus
tice, Jos. Simmet.
Ridgley:—Supervisors, Chas. Bau
meister, John Loffelmacher and Jacob
Hindermann. clerk, Curtis Merkle treas
urer, Frank Vait assessor, Wm. R. La
Frambois justices, J. H. O'Biien and
W. J. Dresser constables, Jos. Kienlin
and J. Loffelmacher.
Courtland Village: President, Henry
Schlottmann counciimen, H. Fechner,
Matt. Raymond and A. Freitag recor.
dtr, J. R. Bowen treasurer, Fr. Bobsin
justices, G. W. Schlottmann and H. J.
Zieske constables, W. A- Gerboth and
Fr. Bobsin street commissioner, Jos.
..Courtland township: Chairman, Her
man Schroeder supervisors, G. H. Brown
and Herman Poehler clerk, Ed. Precht
treasurer^ Wm. Schroeder assessor,
ClauaFoss justice, G. Arndt constable,
Gibbon': President,* Wm. Webster
ceuncilmen, Wm. Schuft, Ole Johnson
and John Beck treasurer, A. E. Nelson
recorder, Geo. Schwickert justice, Hen
ry Gogisberg constable, ».?. -Troll
marshal, Emii Meyer assessor, John
Morgan: President^ John' Sherman
coiHHahnea, W Kimnann, John Marti
and John Hallig clerk, A. F.-tj Walton
Schmaiz, Fr. Waltber and Isidor Haas
clerk^tie between Henry ^Fortwengler
and Usury Scheibei treasurer, Mdor
Haas justice, John Ma^idarfeld,^ Since
election, Frank Scbi&elz, Iridoe'. Haas
and Heiiry Scheibei have dechne^
A Grand StaMtg rf Me jteto
4 Goods at Jte* grtcej^
My Spring Goods are in. It is the largtst
line of our goods evej shown here.
A fine 36 inch cashmere at 25 cts.
A better grade 35 cts., old price 50 cts.
An all wool cashmere 50 cts., last year
price 75 cts. A fine black Serge at $1.
These goods are mad 3 from the finest
Austrian wool. A fine line of colors in
half wool and half silk. The best goods
ever brought to this city. Call and see
these goods. The are just the goods for
wedding dresses. Price #1 per yd.
20 pieces ef New Summer Goods.
Crape Goods in fine shades at only 12£
cts. this year. 2000 yards Pongee light
and dark pattern, price only 10 cts. 500
yds. linen Chatubry only 12£ cts. a yd.
2000 yds, fine French Gingham at 10
cts. per yard.
The largest and best selected line I
have ever shown. Something new. Tcu
must call and see these goods,
yds. fast colored print only 4 cts.
yards better goods at 5 and 6 cts.
2 cts. a yd. Teu can get a fine pat
tern. Call and see the line,
Torchon and Linen Laces a big as
sortment. Black Silk Lace cheap. Laces
for trimming dresses, I have just the
thing. Dress Button 5 cts. 25 gross
pearl Dress Button. This year enly &
cts. The finest line of SLLK for waist••
and trimmings I have just received.
125 dozen Socks very heavy-- Good* -,
5 cts. 25 dozen Ladies Hose 10 cts.
25 dozen seamless Ladies Hose 15 eta*
Children's Hose 10 sts^a pair. Heavy
Black Goods 15 aM £5 c&.
A fine brown muslin 5 eta.
brown muslin 7 cts. 36 inch
muslin 6 cts., 7 cts. and 8 cts.
pillow case muslin 9-4 and 10-4 sheeting