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SLEEP! EYS CORRESPONDENCE
The G. A. R. Post held a meeting
iu^t wci'k Tuesday and elected a coin
maU'O. to co-operate with the Sons of
Vu erans in regard to celebrating the
Fourth of July. On Thursday evening
the'Sons of Vets and the Committee held
a joint meeting in their Hall and laid
out plans to celebrate. Committees
ere elected and a big time is expected.
Tue Lake Park is secured for the occa
sion. Posters will be out some time
tins week to announce what is going to
RHV. McNeill left for the east last
week Monday. He will be gone about
six weeks. Mrs. McNeill will return
Corpus Christi was celebrated here
:lt the Catholic Church Sunday with a
very large turnout from the country.
The rain of Saturday night made.things
kind of pleasant, asthere was no dust.
The Knights of Labor held a pic
nic at the Cottonwood river on Sunday.
The Union Band fux*nished the music
lor the occasion. A big time was
by all who participated.
The report spread last week, that a
Mrs. Kalb was insane and that she with
her two year old child was hid in the Slee
pv Eye "timber. A search was ordered
and nearly a hundred people turned out
to search the timber, but she could not
be found. Upon more close inquiry it
was found that she had purchased a
licket for St.. Paul and was not near
i ne timber. Her whereabouts have
not own discovered up to this writing.
The boys of the fire company have
received hooks, ladders and buckets be
sides two Babcock fire extinguishers.
The outfit is worth looking at.
Mr. Chas. Russel left for Los An
gelos, California, last Thursday with a
car-load of horses, buggies and houshold
goods. D. I. Russel is here yet but ex
pects to start for there soon.
Grant Prescott left for St. Paul
Monday to attend the convention of
the sons of veterans held there. When
Grant gets back we shall hear some new
Hon. J. Klossner was a caller in
Sleepy Eye last Thursday.
Married, Mr. P. Madsen to Miss
Mary Duncan both of Sleepy Eye.
Peter, we wish you and your wife
much enjoyment and along and happy
While the passenger train was pull
ing in to the station a few nights ago
some miscreant fired a shot through a
ear window. Fortunately no one was
hurt, but whoever the party was, he
should go to some place for safe-keep
ing for life.
How is it?
It must be humiliating to an editor
after writing up some wonderful event
in one issue of his paper and in
next a brag item on the same subject,
and then learn that his statements
were far from straight. How is it, Bro.
Bowen? Have yeu not yet learned
that the $11,000 swindle as given ex
clusively by your paper, is about $11,000
out of the way?TRUMPET.
John L. Case, editor of the Lake Ben
ton News, and postmaster at that place,
has been arrested and placed under
bonds for larceny. He will be tried on
the 17th. It is said that he appropiated
$500 that belonged to an Iowa Loan Co.
A. C. Forbes will prosecute him.
Smoke the celebrated "Philopene'
the best 10 cent cigar in the market
Only manufactured by Mueller & Es
An End to Bone Scraping,
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisbug, 111.,
says: "Having received so much bene
fit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my
duty to let suffering humanity know it.
Have had a running sore on my leg for
eight years my doctors told me I
would have to have the bone scraped
or leg amputated. I used, instead, three
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my
leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents
a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve
at 25c. per box by C. L. Roos. (5.)
Chief Justice Mercer of the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania died Monday
morning at Wallingford, Pa.
Good Results in Every
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper deal
er of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that
be was seriously afflicted with a severe
cold that settled on his lungs: had tried
many remedies without benefit. Being
induced to try Dr. King's New Discov^
ery for Consumption, did so and was
entirely cured by use of a few bottles.
Since which time he has used it in hisbeing
family for all Coughs and Colds with
best results. This is the experience of
thousands whose lives have been saved
by this Wonderful Discovery.
Trial Bottles free at C. L. Roos's
Drug Store. 5
The King and Queen of Italy last
Sunday attended the ceremony of un
veiling a monument to the Italian soP
diers who fell in the recent battle at
Dogali with the Abyssinians.
It is the duty of every person who has
used Boschee's German Syrup to let its
wonderful qualities be known to their
friends in curing Consumption, severe
Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia,
and in fact all throat and lung diseases.
No person can use it without immedi
ate relief. Three doses will relieve
any case, and we consider it the duty
of all Druggists to recommend it to the
poor, dying consumptive, at least to
try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles
were sold last year, and no one case
where it failed was reported Such a
medicine as the German Syrup cannot
be too widely known. Ask your drug
gist about it. Sample bottles to try,
sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75
cents. Sold by all Druggists and Dea
lers^ in the United States and Canada.
Thb Maik Mutual Fire Ins vo.
The iimuai meeting or 'jfwt* Stark
Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins. Co. was held
June 6th, 1887, at the Odd Fellows
Hall of Sleepy Eye. As President Ben
ham was absent, Sec. Plath called the
meeting to order. P. Mertz was elect
ed President pro tern. He stated the
business to be transacted would be to
elect 9 directors
4' The secretary was
thereupon ordered to read the minutes
of previous year, also the annual report
of transaction, which was as follows:
Annual report of the Stark Farmer
Mutual Fire Ins. Co., for the year eud-
ingJDec. 31, 1886. ,_^,
Organized March 17, 1884.
Commenced business March 81, 1884.
Fred. Benham, President.
H. Plath, Secretary.
Policies in force of previous yeai :V. 84.
Policies issued during the last year 43.
Amount insured of orevious years $110,426.
Amount insured during last year 61.456
Total amount insured 171,882
Amoun of 4 policies cancelled $540o
of 2 policies reduoed.. 900 6,300
Total amount remaining in force $165,582
Cash on hand from previous years $ 28.17
Received for membership during last yt ar.. 108.30
Received for assessments 53.87
Jjosses incurred during theyear one
Amount paid for loss.... $ 50.OO
Amount paid for expenses $ 73.45
Cash on hand ..$66.89
Disbursements for 1856
Printing notii-es for annual meeting $ 2.30
Agents fee for 32 applications... 32.00
Printing notice for IOSS 2.65
Postage stamps and envelopes 100
Loss paid 5000
Secretary's fee 30 00
President's fe 3 00
Treasurer's fee 250
The following persons were then
elected for directors.
Fred Benhani Town Stark
H. Plath Town Stark
W. Rosbach Town Albin
H. J. Hillesheim Town Sigel
H. Romberg Town Home
P. Mertz Town Prairieville
A. Junger Town Leavenworth
Hubert Hillesheim Town Sigel
G. Friton Town Stark
Resolutions were passed to instruct
the Secretary to have the foregoing
published in the New Ulm REVIEW"
New Ulm POST, arid Sleepy Eye HER-
ALD. The directors have been author
ized to take applications for members.
The Stark Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins.
Co. was organized in 1884. Its object
is to protect members from loss by fire
or lightning. Every person of Brown
Co. (except those living in incorporated
cities) owning property to be insured
to the amount of $200 or more is enTCTWDR
titled to become a member of the com
pany. No dwelling house or any other
property shall be insured for more than
thirds its actual value. Also no
dwelling house, unless it is provided
with good chimneys constructed of
bricks or stones. Any property holder
may be insured by making application
to the Secretary, President or Directors,
paying a fee of $1.50 and ten cents for
every hundred dollars or fractional part
insured thereof. When an indemnity
for loss by fire or lightning has been
adjusted the Secretary notifies each
member of the company, his propor
tion to be paid to cover the loss which
has to be paid within sixty days. Every
loss will be adjusted and paid by the
Co. within sixty days. All communi
cations should be addressed to
H. PLATH, Sec'y,
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
When Babr iraa sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she-was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
F. Kuetzing,Meridian Block, has just
received 500 Japanese folding fans.
Sold at 3 cents each, a bargain.
*V\r\vO \v. trifle with, anyIfThroat or
Lun Disease you have
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatenedwith CrouporWhooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,1
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and 50c
L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn.
day May A.
PROBATE NOTICE. Wm
State of Minnesota, County of Brown, In
Probate Court, Special Term, May 25th, 1887.
In the matter of the estate of Siorin H. Atneoson
On reading and filing the petition nf Karin
Atneoson, administratrix of the estate of Siorin
H. Atneoson deceased, representing among
other things, that she has fully administered said
estate, and praying that a time and place be fixed
for examining and allowing her account of her
administration, and for the assignment of the
residue of said estatetoheirs.
It is ordered, that said account beexamined,and
petition heard, by the Judge of this Court, on Fri
day, the 84th day of Jnne, A. D. 1887, at 2 o'-
clock Pi M.. at the Probate Office In said county.
And it is further 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 Ulm Re.
viewmweekly newspaper, printed and published
at the City or New ulm, in said County."
Dated at New Ulm, the 35th day of May
By the Court,
(LS Judge of Probate
^l^ft^C feV 'i'si&SN&sa&JC \^^^$&%%!S
ets, etc., etc.
State of Minnesota, County of Brown ss
In the Matter of the Estate of Matbias Olsen
On reading and filing the Petition of Mary
Olsen of County of Brown representing, among
other things, that Mathias Olsen late of said Coun
ty of Brown on the 20th day of February A. D.1886,
atLeavenworth in said County died intestate, and
a resident of this County at the time of his
death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within
this County, and that the said Petitioner is the
widow of said deceased, and praying that ad
ministration of said estate be to Oscar Erickson
granted: It is ordered, that said petition be heard
before the Judge of this Court,on Saturday the 25th
day of June A. D. 1887, at 4 o'clock P. M., at the
Office of Oscar Erickson, in the village of Spring
fleldin said County.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons in.
terested, by publishing a copy of this order for
three successive weeks prior to said day of hear
ing, in the New Ulm Review a weekly newspaper
printed and published at New Ulm in said County.
Dated at New Ul the
Beautiful flowers and plants:
Cut flowers for funerals, parties and
weddings supplied on order by mail or
telegraph. All kinds of Greenhouse
packed and shipped to all parts
of the country.
-J:'* ERNST BRANDT, tve
(L. S Judge of Probate.
Address: MENDENHAIX GREEN
HOUSES, 18th St. and 1st Ave. South or
City Store 15, 4th St. South Minneapo-
&3j$a*mB. J- MENDENHALL,
THEO. MUELLER. HERM. ESSEN.
RIGHT TO THE FRONT OF ALL COMPETITION WE
PLACE OUR ELEGANT NEW GOODS. COMPLETE IN AS
SORT3IENT. SPLENDID IN QUALITY.
OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS
0 -M$M BARGAINS INX^W#5&^S
Ladies' Gents' and Children's
AT PRICES THAT MUST SURELY LEAD TO
Corjq Sfcriy kr a Gfet l\e Benefit O birf Un
THE BRIGHTEST, NEWEST AND BEST SPRING AND
SUMMER STYLES. LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH
GOOD QUALITY AND HONEST QUANTITY.
and we now offer them at~just about half price to
wit: Wood trimmed poles, complete with brack-
ets, ends and ten rings for 6 0 cts. each. Bra ss
trimmed, complete at 6 0 cts. These prices will
reduce our stock of them rapidly and everyone
in need of any will do well to take advantage of
these remarkable prices.
BABY CARRIAGES still on hand will
also be sold way below- regular rates, we have no
room for them as we need it for our large and in-
creasing stock of FURNITURE O ALL
The Celebrated Stoughton Wagons, Buggies and Oscillating
The Fuller & Johnson Manufacturing Co's.
AND DEALERS IN
Tobacco ami Smokers' Articles.
Ruemke's Building, New Ulm, Minn.
Mowers, Horse Rakes and Plows.
Tlie Rooklsland Stu-ToTole HPlcrws.
^l\e li^t funning 01\io d^&nipion
BINDERS. REAPERS AND MOWERS.
FENCE WIRE AND ALL KINDS OF BINDING TWINE.
The Massillon, 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.
Leading Boot and Shoe Dealer.
we got too many cur-
tain poles on hand
Coffins. Carpets, Sewing Machines, Wall
Paper, Mirrors, Pictures, Frames, Spinning Wheels, Brack-
Th S PETERSO N
ii\ kll kiq d$ of f&frq Dqkdt\ii\ei'y.
The. S. D. Peterson Implement Co.,
New Ulm, Minn.
Fanners,twiand8ATE YOUR CROPS bjrnsinc L.ONDON PURPLE,
whichtoTHE BEST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST poison lot kfllin* Potato
Bacs* Canker Worn, Pear Sla** *o., over used. The leading agricultural
aoUtoriUas, eollegM, newspapers and Grange masters recommend "London Ponde."
Itar sale at all dealan.0 Poll particulars and circulars Free from sole manufacturers.
8 0 Water St.,
MEW YORK. EMINGWAY'S LONDON PURPLE GO. LTD.
-%i 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 every Jin
,\B. MARSCHNER, Prop'r.
NEW ULM, MINN,
^%EW ULM, MINX^ff^
M.Mullen, Pres't H. Yajen,Vice-Pres't.
J. C. Rvdolph, Cashier.,
RUGGIST and APOTHECARY*
Drugs, Medicines, Chemi
cals, Toilet Articles, Fan
cy Goods, Stationery and
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medi
Physicians' Prescriptions care
fully prepared from pure and
Agency for the celebrated Estev Or
gans and Pianos.
Please give me a call,
O. M. OLSEX
Meridian Block, New Ulm, Minn.
Ross & Seiter,
Successors to H. B. CONSTATS.
WILL BE PAID FOB
AEBDGKLES' COFFEE EAPPEES.
Werner Bcesch, Chas. Wagner,1
Weschcke, O M. Olsen, E. G. Koch.
DRAFTS IXTALL PARTS
OF EUROPE, AND PAS
SAGE TICKETS SOLD.
Close Attention given to Col
O. M. OLSEN,
lire, Cyclone, Tornado, Hurricanes
and Windstorms. Represent the fol
lowing old reliable companies.
German-American of N. Y. Sprino-
field Fire and Marine of Mass. Penn
sylvania Fire of Erie, Pa. Fireman's
Fund of California American Fire of
Philadelphia Orient of Hartford Com
mercial Union of London London As
surance Co. and Northern Assurance
Co, of London.
Office in Brown County Bank
NEW ULM MINN.
For full particulars and directions see Circu
in every pound of ARBCCELES' COFFEE.
THOS. MULVERHILL, Prep.
Fine turnouts furnished with or without
drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, hunting
and Pleasure parties famished teams. Ladies'
Saddle horses. Fine Carriages for funerals.
Office in Skating Rink.
J. A. IRVING. HY. J. MEYER
NEW ULM TUBULAR WELL CO.
The undersigned are now prepared to
put down any size of Tubular Wells.
Parties wishing wells or pumps may
please call on us.
IRVING & MEYER,
The mest effective medicine,' for the cure
of any serious ailment. If you are suf
fering from Scrofula, General Debility,
Stomach, Liver, or Kidney diseases, try
Ayer's Sarsaparillathe safest, best, and
most economical blood purifier in use.
For many years I was troubled with
a Liver and Kidney complaint. Hearing
Ayer's Sarsaparilla very highly recom
mended, I decided to try it,and have done
so with the most satisfactory results. I
am convinced that Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
The Best Remedy
ever compounded, for diseases caused by
impure blood.Edward W. Richardson,
I have found Ayer's Sarsaparilla a more'
effectual remedy, in the ulcerous forms of
Scrofula, than any other we possess.
James Lull, M. D., Potsdam N. Y.
I have taken, within the past year, sev
eral bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and
find it admirably adapted to the needs of
an impoverished system. As a blood
purifier, and as a tonic, I am convinced
that this wonderful preparation has no
equal.Charles C. Dame, Pastor Congre
gational Church, Andover, Me.
Prepared by Dr.J. C. AverftCo., Lowell, Masa.
Sold by all Druggists. Price fl six bottles, $.
Empire Hill Co.
:4 Rollers and 4 Burrs.
We take pleasure in informing the
public that we are now ready for bus
iness. The best machinery and all tb.fr
atest improvements in the manufac--*
.ure of flour enable us to compete with
she best mills in the country, 'fm
We are constantly buying Kft
(TA XDWARE, TT\
J. B. Arnold,
MIHB & mam mm,
Tin-ware Farming Implement*.
ThD shop is in charge of an experienced hand
gives the mnding and repairing of tin-ware
ii-specialattention. All work warranted
NEW ULM. MINN.
Bucklen Arnica Salve
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money re?*"^-
ed. Price 25 cents per box. SolfV?
OPP. POST OFFICE NKW ULM, MI
ADOLPH SEITER, Prop
Hiis house is the most centrally
CM ted house in the citv and
affords *ood Sample Rooms
FR, WILLIA I
Fine Imported &Oom
WINES LIQDQR3 CIB^
Splendid Free Luiuv. tr -ni 10 a ntTo
Cor. Minn, and 3d N. StrVef'.'
NEW ULM. 11.L^
Tbto brewery Is one of thelareost.estabilsiim.-iii-
f the kin.l in ihe Minnesota Valley and is flirt-!
p with allthe modern improvements. Keg at..t
bottle beer fnrnished to any parr of the city m.
ahorS AOtice. My bottle beer is especially adapted
tor family nse.
Country brewers and others that bay malt wHi
IndH to their interest to place theti orders with
e. All orders by mail will receive my prompt ai
&c,9 &c. "*&>
At the Highest Market Prices.-f^
We sell all kinds of
Special Attention given to
An extra stone for grinding feed.
vVood taken for cash or in exchange
Etafrife Mill Co.
and CHEAP SALES.
The Celebrated White, Howe,
New American & Singer
Cr Mum.ft1st 5 Sts., New Ulm. MINN.
F. MADLENEB, Chicago, IU.
WINES AND LIQUORS.'%h*.,./.#fo
PBOPBLETOB OP TH E
New Ulm Foundry
& MACHINE FBOF.
Corner Centre & Front Streets.
sTIWULM, gjs- IHNJff
The FOB-dry aasbeea tboron |thly refitted and
now prepared to do all kinds of work on sborf
atteo. KepairinEof allkinrtsof machinery a*
AgTteattaral a specialty. Only ea
ieaeeel workmen are employed, an work en.
ear* will executed with ntus eu
_KldlaptCh. ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Warranted Genuine Goods, at Low'. fJi,
Prices. Wholesale and retail. V.
Bhtts bottled beer always on hand.
New Ulm, Mian.