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SLEEPY EYE. CGRRE'SPONIMCE K5?V -%&i Ou Sunday, Mr. Levi Russ, "while making a coupling in the yard, had his fore finger injured, loosing the first joint. Dr. Marcellus donee all forethe- sufferer that could be don and th pa tient is doing nicely. Cy. Conrad is laid up with rheuma tism. Mr. Geo. W. Somerville is building a nice barn. Mr. H. Patch from Courtland, Nic ollet Co. and Mrs., Lyell. a sister of Mrs. P. from Fox Lake, Wis were vis iting friends here Saturday. Grain is looking nicely after the rain.- Some fields are rather thin but if this kind of weather kecsps on for some time we will receive a good crop Our lumber dealers are having a big boom on lumber by the way it goes out of their yards lots of building going on in the country. Rev. 33. Emde of St. Peter was up on a visit to friends, also Miss Ida Muh's of Cottonwood township. Rumor says that the dispatchers office will be moved to Tracy in about three months. If so we will loose a nice set of men and good citizens of our place, but what is our loss is Tra cy's gain. Mr. Gibbs in the old Salkowski building, is running a first class restau rant where he serves meals at all hours. Temperance drinks served on short no tice. Call on him. Our machine men are getting their yards full of machinery. Binders have already been delivered. Jacob Kloss tier is not going to be out done, he're ceived a car load of fence wire and has it nearly all sold. Mr. Arthur Fischer, who has been teaching school in Lafayette, Nicollet Co. for the past year was here on a vis it to friends, especially to Albert Duhr bahn. Mr. F. went from here to Springfield where he gave a lecture on phrenology as we understand to a good house. Mrs.E. B. Beebe leaves for Duluth to-morrow, Thursday, where her hus band is employed in the telegraph of fice for the Board of Trade. Mr. B. went there about two weeks ago and is well pleased with the change. The forest fires in Michigan are still burning and are doing an immense amount of damage. The destruction of cord wood, ties and standing timber is estimated at $3,500,000. P. J. Gor ham's sawmill and a quantity of Lum ber burned at Lake City last Friday causing a loss of $20,000. Sibley & Barringer last 1,500,000 feet of logs, and the fire is also in their standing timber. "When Baby was sick, 'we gave her Caatoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When she became Miss, she clang to Caatoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, Watertown advices are that the C. & \N. W. will extend from Faulkton to the Missouri, and move its shops from Hu ron to Watertown. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the re markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise his head everybody said he was dying of consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. Kings New Life Pills by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery or Consumption free at C. L. Roos. 2 A man was arrested in Sioux City last week for delivering a load of beer. The liquor men had the constable arrested for robbery. Enjoy Life. What a truly beautiful world we live in! Nature gives us grandeur of moun tains' glens and oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment* We can desire no better, when in perfect -health but how often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discour aged and worn, out with disease, when there is no occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer can easily obtain satis factory proof, that... Green's August Flower, will make them free from dis ease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint are the direct causes. of seventy-five per. cent, of such mala dies as Biliouness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costiveness, Nervous Pros tration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpita A tion of the Heart, and other distressing ?tfV. symptoms. Three doses of August $$ Flower will prove its wonderful effect fit Sample bottles, 10 cents. Trvit. "r&A. suit is on trial in Nev York in volving the validity of the will of John I Anderson the tobacco manufacturer. His relations with Mary Rogers, the pretty cigar girl, have also came up in cidentally. Kf~i A VV vTv^ ujThe Verdict Unanimous' W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippul, IndV testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in $ry case. One man took six bottles and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years standing." Abraham Hare, Druggist, BellvilLe. O. affirms: "The best selling medicine I have ever handled in my 20 years ex perience, is ElectricBitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at C. L. Roos'. Drug Store.  ALVEKTISED LETTERS- New Ulm, Minn. "Miiy 25th, 18S7 The followihsc letters remain nncalledfor: Albrccht, Chas. (2) Bock, Loais. Coffer, Mips I^ana,**, Ervin,W.P. Hettinger, John. s Hanna, Miss Karic. Hogomenn, J. B. Hoher, Andreas McCarty, J. Stewart, Miss Bell. Sehr, Andreas. Schmidt, Miss Beitha. Smith, Webb. L. Sha'phere, Fred. Ruby, Joseph. *& Wandel, Fred. In calling for any of these Ittters, please state that they are advertised. "*$!- BT. Baasen, P. M. '':&M Sigel Items. Mrs. Chas. Forster met with a painful accident while going to town last Thursday. She was on a team to gether with her husband and other members of the family. In driving down the hill at John Manderfeld's place the pole of the wagon broke and, fearing danger, Mr. and Mrs. Forster jumped from the wagon, Mrs. Forster breaking a bone of her right foot. Farmers are disodsing of their sup ply of wheat at present. By the way the late price seems to be quite favor able to farmers, for never has the New Ulm road been more crowded with teams carrying wheat than as it has been last week. Grain is doing well after the rain of Saturday. Gottlieb Guggisberg has a law-suit on hand for obstruction of the highways. The case is being tried before Justice Manderfeld in Cottonwood and every body in the town is interested to learn the result. The wedding of August Schulz and Adenia Steinke,step-daughter of Chris tian Niedecker, last Tuesday,was cele brated at Mr. Niedecker's place in grand style. Over one hundred people were present and all enjoyed them selves. Conrad Schweppe and John Kuehn are building new granaries. A sure sign of prosperity. A dog bit the five year old son of Ad. Wurzberger in the face, causing a painful wound. Furwt & Bradley sulky plows cheap at J. Klossner's QotuiretCvortt, 2S& tBJ results, are Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. 1 ocommended by physicians and endorsed by all who have used then. The best remedy for Dyspepsia, i laiulency.aad Con stipation. Guaranteed, and sold at 25c. by Roos, New Ulm, Minn. JOHN ESSIG Deaier in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats & Caps Boots S Stioes Groceries, Crockery, Glassware etc. Opposite the Union Hotel .New Ulm Minn. ASSIGNEE NOTICE. I District Court, 0th Judicial ~Dist STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown 0t Judicia In the matter of the assignment ot John Albert, insolvent. On reading and filing the petition of E. G. Koch, assignee, in the above entitled matter repre senting that he has converted into cash all the property of the above named insolvent that has come into bis hands as such assignee, and is prepared to render an account thereof and of his doings in the discharge of his trust as such assignee, and prajing that he be allowed to make such report and that his accounts be audited and allowedandthathebe relieved and discharged of and from his said trust npon payment to the credi tors of said insolvent, the remaining money in his hands as such assignee as required bylaw. Ordered: That the 6th day of June A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at my office in the city Gf New Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota, is hereby designated as the time and place for the hearing of said report and the application of said petitioner. Ordered further: That al1 creditors and persons interested in said estate show cause before me at said time and place, if any they have, why said accounts should not be allowed and all the acts and doings of the petitioner in all things ratified and confirmed, and why said assignee should not be discharged and his bonds cancelled and thepray erof said petition in all things granted, and why judgment should not be entered herein discharging salainsolveHt. Ordered further: That service of this order be made by publication thereof for three successive weeks, at least once in each week, prior to said 6th day of June 1887, in a weekly newspaper print ed and publiished in said Brown County, and by sending a copy thereof through the mail to each of the creditors of said insolvent at least 10 days prior to said 6th day of June A. D. 1887. Dated at New Ulm, Minn., this 16th day of May A. D. 1887. B. F. WEBBER, Judge of District Court, 9th Judicial District. PROBATE NOTICE State of Minnesota, County of Brown J-ss. In Probate Court, Regular Term, May 2nd 1887. In the Matter of the Estate of Sarah Bobbins deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Thomas A. Wilson, executor of the estate of Sarah Bobbins, deceased,representing among other things, tbat he is a devisee and residuary legatee of said de ceased, that all debts ofsaid deceased and certain legacies have been paid and that he has fully ad ministered said estate, and praying that a time and|place be fixed for the assignment of the residueof said estate to him as the only person entitled thereto, under the will of said deceased. It is ordered, that said petition be heard, by the Judge of this, Court, on Tuesday the 26th day of May A. D. 1887, at lOo'clock a. m., at the Probate Office in said county. And it is farther ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested,.by. publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in. the New trim Review a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of New TJlmin said County. Dated at Ne-w:" UlmBthe 1887. 2nd da of May A.D. the Court,y ERNST BBANDT. (L.S.) f, ^udgeofProbate. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Minnesota, County of Brown I Pro. bate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of August Kettner Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims and demands against the estate of August Kettner late of the County of Brown deceased, that the Judge of the Probate Court of said county will hear, examine, and adjust claims and de mands against said estate, at his office in the City orNew Ulm in said county, on the first Monday of each month for six successive months, com mencing with the first Monday in June 1887, and that BIX months from the 5th day of May 1887, have been limited and allowed by said Probate Court for creditors to present their claims. CARL KKTTNER, Administrator of the estate of A ugust Kettner Deceased. Je8 THOS. MULVERHILL, Prep. Pine turnouts furnished with or without drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, huntin? and Pleasure parties famished teams. Ladies' Saddle horses Fine Carriages for funerals. Offic in Skating Kink. eklei4 RIGHT TO THE FRONT OF ALL COMPETITION "WE PLACE OUR ELEGANT NEW GOODS. COMPLETE IN AS- gpRTMENT. SPLENDID IN QUALITY. #l^t^^$Jf && V* OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS IN Ladies' ..Gents' and Children's BOOTS and Slippers Rubbers, etc. AT PRICES THAT MUST SURELY LEAD TO SPEEDY SALE. dome E^dy^d Qet.tflys Uei\efit Of Oui Un broken $todk. THE BRIGHTEST, NEWEST AND BEST SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES. LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD QUALITY AND HONEST QUANTITY. '"Leading Boot and Shoe Dealer. EVEN DURING THESE DVt-t- TIMES WE ARE KEPT VERY BUSY SELLING FROM OUR FINE AND IMMENSE STOCK OF WallPaper& Carpets, FOR THESE GOODS ARE IN GREAT DEMAND AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR Come early and select while our assortment is still complete. Prices to suit the times, and all the novelties of the season to he had at Chas. Wagner's Furniture Store. NEW ULM, MINN. BOOO Rolls of WALL Paper and Borders are offered to the public by Charles Gebser, Dealer in BOOKS, STATIONERY, PAPER HANGINGS and MUSICAL GOODS. The S. D. PETERSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY. SHOESf il\ kll kii\&$ of fkriq :qkcl\ii\ery. The Celebrated Stoughton Wagons, Buggies and Oscillating Bob-sleighs. The Fuller & Johnson Manufacturing Co's. Mowers, Horse Hakes and Flows. Tlie I^oolsi Island Stu-ToTole Floors. l\e lif&t foiling ^A*0 C5n^n\|io BINDERS, REAPERS AND MOWERS. FENCE WIRE AND ALL KINDS OF BINDING TWINE. The Mas8illon, Ames&Aultman & Taylor Straw Burning Everything warranted and a full line of repairs always on hand. We are always willing to devide our profits with our customers call and look at our goods whether you wish to purchase or not we are here to show them so don't be, bashful but come and try us. LOHDOCPURPI^POTATOIUS gtamera,bwiaead SAVE YOUR CROPS fayuiof EoNDON PURPLE, wfaiehfe THE BEST, (SAFEST and CHEAPEST poiwa for kfDinc PMate Bncst Canker Warns, Pear Stas**e., everoMd. The lmMng igrieBhnnd enUurMeioolleje*new|wpeMdQiBirinetiCTeco^^ *uiii jiiimminpMiiMMii* IM iTM.ih.^..j.^...f EIIIGHMrS L0HD01 PURPL E CO. LTD. %$?3&, jVIMh'l i jj$ P[ 1 V'^^Wfe*'f*vd&t8? I ^-n- NEW E NA ME WORKS, Jg. Schwendingert JProp'r. ..^Monuments, Tombstones and all other work in my line 'made to order promptly and in a workmanlike manner at reasonable rates. s^-^m NEW ULM, i i^MINN. NEW ULM, MINN. M.Mullen, Pres't. H. Vaje^Vice-PresH. J. C. Rudolph, Cashier. Directors: Werner Bcesch, Chas. Wagner, Dr. C. Weschcke, 0. M. Olsen, E. G. Koch. DRAFTS T(PALL PARTS OF EUROPE, AND PAS SAGE TICKETS SOLD. Close Attention given to Col lecting. NEW Drug Store. O. M. OLSEN, RUGGIST and APOTHECARY, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemi cals, Toilet Articles, Fan cy Goods, Stationery and Musical Instruments. Pure Wines and Liquors for Medi cinal Purposes. Physicians9 Prescriptions care fully prepared from pure and fresh Drugs. Agency for the celebrated Estey Or gans and Pianos. Please give me a call. O. M. OLSEN. Meridian Block, New Ulm, Minn. WOOLEN MILL, near New Ulm. Carding, Spinning, Weaving, Fulling, etc. Wool taken in exchange for blanket ings, flannels, full-cloth, yarns, etc. Orders should be left at the mill or with Mr. H. Kunze, near Turner Hall. Satisfaction guaranteed in every 'in- stance. B. MARSCHNER, Prop'r. Headache, Pain in the Side and Back, and Con stipation, indicate that the digestive and excretory organs are in a disordered condition, and that a laxative is needed. For this purpose, Ayer's Cathartic Pills are the best medicine that can he used. Ayer's Pills are a never failing rem edy for Headaches caused by a Dis ordered Stomach. I suffered for years from this'infirmity, and never found any thing to give me more than temporary relief, until I began taking Ayer's Pills This medicine always acts promptly and thoroughly, an occasional dose being all that is required to keep me in per fect health.Mrs. Harriet A. Marble, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. I have found entire relief from Consti pation, Stomach troubles, and Nervous Headache, by taking Ayer's Cathartic Pills. I suffered along time from these complaints, was under medical treat ment, withoul obtaining relief, and a part of the time was unable to work. A friend, who had been similarly afflict ed, urged me to take Ayer's Pills. I commenced using this remedy, and, by the time I had taken four boxes, was cured.F. L. Dobson, Topeka, Kans. Ayer's Pills, Prepared by Dr C.Ayerfe Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine. $25,000.00 IN GOLD! Will E PAID FOK ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS. '1 Premium} 2 Premiums, 6 Premiums, 25 Premiums, 100 Premiums, 200 Premiums, 1,000 Premiums, For full particulars and directions see Circu- !n pvetry pound of ABBBCKUCS' COFFEE. PROBATE NOTICE. 8tate of Minnesota, County of Brown, ^*f In Probate Court, Special Term, May 7th, 1887. In the Matter of the Estate of Johann Gottlieb Gfeller deceased. On reading and filing the petition of W. F. Setter, administrator of the estate of Johaon Gottlieb Gfeller deceased,representing amongother things, that ho has fully administered said estate that there are no debts of said deceased and that the expenses of administration ofsaid estate havebeen paid, and praying that a time and place be dxed for examining and allowing his account of ad ministration, and for the assignment of the residue of safd estate to the parties entitled thereto and that he be discharged from his said trust. It is ordered,that said account be examined and petion heard, by the Judge of this Curt, on Thursday the 2nd day of June A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate Office in said coun ty. And it is farther ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in the Hew Ulm Review a weekly newspaper, printed and published at the City of New Ulm in said County. Dated at New Ulm the 7th day or Hay A. 1887. r^jj* By the Court. ,& ERNST BBANDT, "H-S.)^ Judge of Probate. 'A Rollers and 4 Burrs. I-'We take pleasure in informing the public that we are now ready for b*b iness. The best machinery and all tl^ latest improvements in the manufac ture of flour enable us to compete with the best mills in the country. We are constantly buying,. *$ Importers and Wholesale Defilera la WINES & LIQUORS, U0W. 3d St.. Si ?p? Empire MiH Co.^ HOLLEJR MILI^ Wheat, Rye, 4 Of%'j Corn, 'J& Oats, J"--*?* $ SttcTewheat, ffT &c, &c. At the Highest Market Prices. We sell all kinds of FLOUR, SHORTS, BRAN, &c, 1 LOW RATES. Special Attention given to Custom "Wons. i: An extra stone for giinding feed. Steam Cornsheller. ^.Tood taken for cash or in exchange riiilfufe JVCil do. CASH PURCHASES and CHEAP SALES. J. B. Arnold, Dealer in Tin-ware & Farming Implements. Denier in STOVES, f COOKING & HEATING STSVES,if HARDWARE, 'W rt_ ahopisin charge of an experienced hand gives the mending and repairing of tin-ware ii special attention. All work warranted 'i NEW ULM, MINN. II, Laudenshlager, i, 1 t! WA RE, TIA tVA RE A NI jot LIGHTNING RODS. *M| The Celebrated White, Howe, New American & Singe: SEWING MACHINES. Cir. Minu. fclst-SSts., New Ulm, MINN. EOBEOTZ*CO. I PAUL, Minn. DAKOTA HOUSE, Or p. POST OFFICE NEW ULM, I AD0LPH SEITER, Prop'r I'fr.s house is the most central! :itfd house in the city and aiTords good Sample Rooms FR. WILLIAMS Dealer in Fine Imported & Dome?* 0, WINES LIQUORS CIGAHS:: ETC., ETC. Splendid Free Lunch from 10 am to 12 Cor. Minn, and 3d N Streets. NEW ULM, MJSH 8ug._#h,ell BREWEflrMALTSTER & BOTTLEB. f* This brewery Is one of the largeet.estabilahraeim of the kin iu the Minnesota Valley and fitted p with ail the modern improvements. Keg aiiO bottle beer fnrnished to any parr of the city on shor5 notice. My bottle beer Is especially adapted for family use. Country brewers and others that bay malt will/ And to their interest to place theii orders with me. All orders by mail will receive my prompt at tention. St A 81,000.00 $500.00 each $250.00 $100.00 $50.00 $20.00 $10.00 ii f" U^M', MIJW- AUG.SCHELL Agent for ft^:' F. HiDLEHBR,a Chicago, E Importer ot WINES AND LIQUORS. Warranted Genuine Goods, at Low 6t Prices. Wholesale arid retail. V. Bhtfs hottled beer always on hand. RIESLINGITBLOCK, New Ulm. Miaa. G3O0NHABDT, PBOPRIETOE OP THE -i?r New| Uim'fFounarv & lilACHlttE SHOP. Corner Centre & Front Streets. HlWULlf, MJTSV TnerooBdry nasbeen thoroughly refitted and I a sow prepared to doall kinds ofwork on abort mttf. Repairing of all kinds of machinery and ftgrfealtaral Implements a specialty. Only ex Mriouai workmen are employed, and work en* InaUdte my care will be executed wfth neatness ddispatch. ALL WOKK WARRANTED. CHAS. LEONHARD.